Strictly's HRVY and Janette Manrara leave It Takes Two amid claims 'final will ...

Strictly Come Dancing stars HRVY and Janette Manrara ensured they were wearing their face masks as they left filming for It Takes Two on Wednesday.

The pair jumped into a car to drive home after recording the spin-off show as they prepare to take to the floor for Movie Week on Saturday.

It comes amid reports that this year's Strictly couple see five couples go head-to-head to win the coveted Glitterball trophy as bosses opt against double vote-offs during the show's nine-week run.

Safety first: Strictly Come Dancing stars HRVY and Janette Manrara ensured they were wearing their face masks as they left filming for It Takes Two on Wednesday

Safety first: Strictly Come Dancing stars HRVY and Janette Manrara ensured they were wearing their face masks as they left filming for It Takes Two on Wednesday

HRVY and Janette chatted to host Zoe Ball about their Movie Week performance, which will see them dance the Cha Cha Cha to Don't Go Breaking My Heart from Gnomeo and Juliet.  

The pair made their exit alongside fellow pro Katya Jones, who will dance the Jive with Nicola Adams to the hit Grease Lightnin'.  

Max George and his professional partner Dianne Buswell were also seen leaving the BBC studios after another day of filming, as they continue practising the Couples' Choice which they will perform to The Simpsons Movie theme song.

Out and about: The pair made their exit alongside fellow pro Katya Jones

Exciting: The remaining eleven couples are set to take to the floor for Movie Week on Saturday

Out and about: The pair made their exit alongside fellow pro Katya Jones, as the remaining eleven couples prepare to take to the floor for Movie Week on Saturday

Reports: It comes amid claims that this year's Strictly final will see five couples battling it out for the Glitterball trophy for the first time in the show's history

Reports: It comes amid claims that this year's Strictly final will see five couples battling it out for the Glitterball trophy for the first time in the show's history

Rumours: According to reports BBC bosses decided against whittling down the lineup through double vote-offs despite shortening the show's run to just nine weeks

Rumours: According to reports BBC bosses decided against whittling down the lineup through double vote-offs despite shortening the show's run to just nine weeks

It comes amid claims that this year's Strictly final will see five couples battling it out for the Glitterball trophy for the first time in the show's history.

According to reports BBC bosses decided against whittling down the lineup through double vote-offs despite shortening the show's run to just nine weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

A source told The Mirror: 'They are sure it will capture imaginations. It will make things much more open – with the potential for big shocks.' 

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Strictly Come Dancing for comment.

Exciting: A source told The Mirror : 'They are sure it will capture imaginations. It will make things much more open ¿ with the potential for big shocks' (Zoe Ball pictured)

Exciting: A source told The Mirror : 'They are sure it will capture imaginations. It will make things much more open – with the potential for big shocks' (Zoe Ball pictured)

Off she goes! It Takes Two host Zoe Ball was also seen leaving the BBC studios after recording the Strictly spin-off

Off she goes! It Takes Two host Zoe Ball was also seen leaving the BBC studios after recording the Strictly spin-off

This year's Strictly remains wide open, with no clear frontrunner despite actress Maisie Smith and social media star HRVY remaining odds-on favourites.

It comes just a day after BBC bosses confirmed plans for a live

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