Abbey Clancy in tears ahead of Strictly final

Abbey, Sir Bruce and Sophie

Abbey Clancy, Sir Bruce Forsyth and Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Abbey Clancy has been crying tears of happiness today (20.12.13) ahead of tomorrow night's (21.12.13) 'Strictly Come Dancing' final.

Abbey Clancy broke down in tears on her last day of 'Strictly Come Dancing' rehearsals today (20.12.13).

The blonde stunner is gearing up for tomorrow night's (21.12.13) final of the BBC ballroom dancing competition and while she is looking forward to the event, she has been crying tears of happiness at all the good luck messages she has received from her huge following.

In a series of tweets to her 262,000 Twitter followers, she wrote: "Such an emotional day here at @bbcstrictly everyone's show dance looking incredible gonna be a fantastic final show

"Thank u all for your truly amazing supportive messages !! Making me cry! With happiness of course x (sic)"

Abbey also took time out to pose for a picture with show co-host Sir Bruce Forsyth and her fellow competitor Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and admitted she will miss working alongside the 85-year-old TV presenter.

In a message accompanying the picture of the trio, the model wrote: "What a legend !!! (sic)"

Abbey is currently second favourite to win the Glitterball Trophy tomorrow night with bookmakers Paddy Power offering odds of 9/4 on the 27-year-old beauty.

BBC 'Breakfast' co-host Susanna Reid is currently 11/10 favourite to triumph, with singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor third favourite at 10/3 and former 'Coronation Street' actress Natalie Gumede, who has been the most fancied contestant for the majority of the series, the relative outsider at 9/1.

A Paddy Power spokesperson said: "It looks as though Susanna will quickstep past her rivals to secure the 'Strictly' title on Saturday night, taking the bookies to the cleaners for the second week in a row."

Should either Abbey or Susanna triumph tomorrow night it will cost the bookmaker a six-figure pay-out, less than one week after Sam Bailey cost Paddy Power £300,000 when she won 'The X Factor' final.


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