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Strictly’s John Whaite and pro dancer Johannes Radebe wrap up in black coats at It Takes Two studios

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John Whaite put on a trendy display as he arrived at the filming of It Takes Two at London‘s Riverside Studios on Monday night – ahead of the highly-anticipated Strictly Come Dancing final on Saturday.

The GBBO winner, 32, wrapped up in a black wool coat amid the wintery weather, which he layered beneath a coordinating hoodie and tracksuit bottoms.

Meanwhile, his on-screen partner Johannes Radebe, 34, kept warm in a fluffy navy sweater, which he layered beneath an onyx coat and joggers.

Emerging: John Whaite (left) put on a trendy display as he arrived at the filming of It Takes Two at London 's Riverside Studios on Monday night - ahead of the highly-anticipated Strictly final on Saturday

Emerging: John Whaite (left) put on a trendy display as he arrived at the filming of It Takes Two at London ‘s Riverside Studios on Monday night – ahead of the highly-anticipated Strictly final on Saturday

Completing his ensemble with a pair of tan trainers, the ballroom professional lugged a charcoal suitcase and a matching holdall along with him.

John recently hit out at cruel trolls who criticised him and Johannes for reaching the final of the BBC series. 

The TV chef and Johannes, who made show history as the first all-male pairing, will compete for the glitterball on Saturday’s final alongside Rose Ayling Ellis and Giovanni Pernice and AJ Odudu and Kai Widdringham.

But John was targeted by critics who claimed he should not have got so far in the competition, prompting him to declare the ‘vicious’ bullies a ‘dying breed’.

Looking good: The GBBO winner, 32, wrapped up in a black wool coat amid the wintery weather

Looking good: The GBBO winner, 32, wrapped up in a black wool coat amid the wintery weather

Confident: Meanwhile, his on-screen partner Johannes Radebe, 34, (right) kept warm in a fluffy navy sweater, which he layered beneath an onyx coat and joggers

Confident: Meanwhile, his on-screen partner Johannes Radebe, 34, (right) kept warm in a fluffy navy sweater, which he layered beneath an onyx coat and joggers

Busy bee: The ballroom professional lugged a charcoal suitcase and a matching holdall along with him

Busy bee: The ballroom professional lugged a charcoal suitcase and a matching holdall along with him

Taking to Instagram on Sunday night, the television star wrote: ‘“Woke”, “Fixed”, “Box-ticking”, “Agenda”, “Bias”, “Proving a point”, “Not natural”, “Won’t be watching the final.” 

‘You vicious, empty people are a dying breed. You’ll be left behind as the world becomes kinder, more empathic, more loving, more tolerant, more understanding.

‘The only grievance you should feel is your own failure to evolve.’

John was flooded with messages of support in the comments section of his post, with one person writing: ‘Always remember you are amazing and there are thousands of people who love you…love you both…and you know what…Love always wins!!’

Wow! Joannes completed his ensemble with a pair of tan trainers

Wow! Joannes completed his ensemble with a pair of tan trainers

Stylish: John donned a black hoodie and coordinating tracksuit bottoms

Having a blast! Johannes kept himself entertained with his favourite tunes through a pair of headphones

Stylish: John (left) donned a black hoodie and coordinating tracksuit bottoms while Johannes (right) kept himself entertained with his favourite tunes through a pair of headphones

Another follower wrote: ‘NOONE CAN DIM YOUR LIGHT. You are loved. Fact.’

‘Take both your fingers and stick them in your ears and keep your eyes on the prize baby,’ posted another follower.

While someone else posted: ‘That my little boy gets to watch you dance each week without ever even questioning 2 men dancing together shows how far we’ve come – he absolutely loves you both.’

Rhys became the eleventh celebrity eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing as the presenter and his dance partner Nancy were sent home on Sunday.

The TV presenter was forced to perform in the dance off after landing in the bottom two alongside John and Johannes.

Unimpressed: John recently hit out at cruel trolls who criticised him and Johannes for reaching the final of the BBC series (pictured in December 2021)

Unimpressed: John recently hit out at cruel trolls who criticised him and Johannes for reaching the final of the BBC series (pictured in December 2021)

Both couples performed their chosen routines again with Rhys and Nancy Xu dancing their Samba to It Had Better Be Tonight (Meglio Stasera) by Michael Bublé.

Then, John and Johannes performed their Jive to Higher Power by Coldplay, in a bid to impress the judges and secure their place in the final.

The judges all chose to save John and Johannes, meaning the pair sailed through to the final.

With John and Johannes saved, they will join Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice and AJ Odudu and Kai Widdrington to compete as the series draws to a close this weekend.

Sent home: Rhys Stephenson, 28, landed in the bottom two alongside John and Johannes on Sunday night

Sent home: Rhys Stephenson, 28, landed in the bottom two alongside John and Johannes on Sunday night

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