Strictly Come Dancing viewers have noticed signs that Greg Wise and professional partner Karen Hauer may not be getting on as well as other couples on the show.
The pair featured on the show’s spin-off series on Wednesday night to discuss their recent routine.
However, the couple's negative body language’ left fans speculating about their relationship.
Some viewers couldn’t help but comment on Greg and Karen‘s “strange” vibes and took to Twitter to reveal their thoughts after noticing that the dancer was far away from her partner.
On Twitter, one fan said: “#Strictly @karen_hauer and Greg on #ItTakesTwo very negative body language. She doesn’t like him…”
“Could almost see her flinching when he put his arm on the back of the sofa. He’s creepy…”
A second added: “I’m fascinated with body language (or lack of it) between Greg and Karen #guarded #ItTakesTwo.”
While a third penned: “#ItTakesTwo can Greg and Karen sit any further apart?? No other couples sit miles apart. This is a very strange relationship.”
And a fourth tweeted: “The difference in body language between Greg/Karen and Rhys/Nancy is STARK #ItTakesTwo #itt.”
For their third performance, Greg and Karen will perform the Paso Doble to The James Bond theme tune during movie week.
This comes after Greg made some comical comments regarding his score last week, and mentioning Craig Revel Horwood opinion in particular.
Greg revealed he thought Craig was "frightened" by the "bubbling mass of emotion" in the room during his dance, which saw him awarded a meagre three points.
In spite of this, silver fox Greg, 55, has won over many new fans thanks to his honesty around grief and for dedicating a song to his late sister Clare Wise whom he cared for.
Good Morning Britain's Alastair Campbell and Susanna Reid asked him about his thoughts following Craig's harsh response.
Susanna asked: "You did a very moving performance at the weekend. What did you make of the reaction to it? I think we all thought Craig was a little tough on you."
Greg said: "I think when you have a huge, great, bumbling mass of emotion in a space some people get a bit frightened by it."
"I know nothing about Craig, bless him, but I think he was unable to access the joy and the emotion and the explosive energy of the piece," insisted Greg.
"He just said that was rubbish. which is fine, that's his choice" he added.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday on BBC One
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