Is this Homes Under The Hammer star set to make #StrictlyComeDancing debut?

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Martel Maxwell, 42, who is a regular host on Homes Under The Hammer, took to the picture-sharing site as she shared a short clip of herself practising her dance moves. The BBC star uploaded the video while filming for the latest series of the property show. The presenter could be seen sporting a red summer dress as she walked along the road with her cameraman, and appeared to be doing a dance. In view of her 2,664 followers, she captioned the post: “Here’s cameraman Russ and I practicing our Cha Cha for Strictly (and also filming a two bed bungalow in Pinxton) #homesunderthehammer #huth.”

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Fans rushed to comment on the post, as one person said: “Amazing,” while another person added: “Ha, very swish on Strictly, hey. Oh fabulous.”

While a third person added: “And everyone driving past panicked because they thought it was a speed camera.”

Martel is a regular feature on the BBC series of Homes Under The Hammer alongside her co-stars Martin Roberts and Dion Dublin.

The Scottish star joined the line-up in 2016 after Lucy Alexander announced she was stepping down from the show.

BBC bosses have remained tight-lipped on the Strictly Come Dancing line-up but Virgin Radio Breakfast star Chris Evans and This Morning presenter Rylan Clark-Neal have been rumoured to be taking part in this year’s series.

Martel would be the first Homes Under The Hammer presenter to hit the ballroom dancefloor if she does get the chance to be a part of the competition.

Homes Under The Hammer host teases Strictly Come Dancing appearanceHomes Under The Hammer host teases Strictly Come Dancing appearance (Image: GETTY)

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