Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Mollie and AJ get VERY cosy as they reunite ‘Feels so good’

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The Saturdays belle took to Instagram to share a snap of the pair together again as they gained to the BBC show.
The 30-year-old, who got the boot on Sunday, couldn’t have looked gladder to be back with the 23-year-old professional dancer as they practised the batch routine ahead of the final.
The pair beamed at the camera as they necked arm-in-arm while taking time out from training, with the column quickly causing a stir amongst her 739,000 followers.
“Feels so advantageous to be back dancing with this one today! #GroupRehearsals #Finals,” Mollie captioned it.
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Mollie Sovereign and AJ Pritchard have got everyone thinking that their partnership has turned into a sweet story

Feels so good to be back dancing with this one today
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Wearing her blonde tresses down, the singer beamed after opting for a unsophisticated white T-shirt with New York City written across the in the forefront.
Meanwhile, Mollie and AJ weren’t the only ones hitting the studio ages again, as Ruth Langsford was also back in Elstree following her elimination.
The This Morning girl cheekily branded her partner Anton Du Beke “lazy” as she shot a behind-the-scenes video.
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Strictly Awaken Dancing 2017: Ruth branded Anton lazy“So this is party rehearsal going on, there’s Chizz — The Chizz — everybody’s here and we’re all succeeding very hard,”(sic) the 57-year-old started.
Ruth continued: “Except, where’s my fellow? Where’s my partner? What you doing here on your own?” before cavity around to reveal the dancer was relaxing in the audience seats.
“Just… have charge of,” the 51-year-old retorted, but his companion was having none of it: “Supervising? Lazy I dub it.”
Strictly Come Dancing concludes Saturday at 6.30pm on BBC One.
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