Emma Barton, 42, admitted she and her pro dance partner Anton Du Beke, 53, made a crucial change to their Charleston, that the judges picked for them to dance to on Saturday night’s finale of Strictly Come Dancing. The final three couples now have to perform three different routines, so the pressure is well and truly on.
With just three days to go, the pair have been practising hard, to be in with a chance to lift the coveted Glitterball trophy.
Appearing on Zoe Ball's BBC Radio 2 show on Wednesday, she and Anton disclosed they have had to make a major change to the judges pick, which will see them dance without backing performers.
This crucial mix-up subsequently forced a change in their choreography, and as the final looms ever closer, Emma seemed pretty nervous.
“We know you’re doing the Charleston, this is what the judges picked for you,” Zoe told listeners as she chatted with the pair.
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Emma Barton admits worries about the final after crucial change to routine (Image: BBC)
Emma Barton and Anton won't have backing dancers for their Charleston from Musicals week (Image: BBC)
They last performed their dance in week 11 Musicals Week to Thoroughly Modern Millie, where they had the support of backing dancers for the glorious routine.
But this time around, they will be unaccompanied on the dance floor.
Emma was pleased to do the dance again, saying that she and Anton “laughed so much” during the training and rehearsals for the smash hit episode, that pulled in over nine million viewers.
“I love that so much!” She gushed.
“The wonderful Jenny Thomas put together such a great Charleston for us, we just laughed so much.”
“It was great because we had the extra dancers,” she paused ominously before continuing: “But we don’t have the extra dancers on Saturday.”
Emma Barton revealed they had to make major changes to their routine before Saturday (Image: BBC)
Emma Barton made it through to the final three with Anton Du Beke (Image: BBC)
Zoe could be heard gasping as Anton seemingly pulled a face that made the radio team giggle.
“It’s just you guys?!” She exclaimed: “Anton’s face!”
“Oh my god,” he whispered as