The Wanted’s Max George to win Strictly after ‘fortune teller’s prediction’

Max George could be about to win the coveted Glitterball Trophy, as he sweeps his professional dance partner across the ballroom on Strictly Come Dancing.

The 32-year-old The Wanted star has been confirmed as a contestant on the upcoming season of the BBC dance competition, and one psychic medium reckons his chances of success are high.

Spirit guide Cara Compton, who allegedly once gave a reading to Max’s ex-girlfriend Michelle Keegan, fancies his chances on the show.

Speaking to The Sun Online, she said: "As one would expect he has great rhythm which he is capable of transferring into dance. Not all singers can.

"I think he is ‘In it to win it’ and there are real indications that he will!"

Max's experience of choreographed dance, from his days as a member of the Brit-Irish boyband, will offer him a helping hand on the show.

Fellow The Wanted star Jay McGuiness was crowned the winner of the show back in 2015, impressing the judges with his Paso Doble.

While Max is following in Jay’s footsteps, Cara suggested he should watch out for any old sporting injuries during rehearsals, as they could spoil his chances of success.

She said: "If he can keep focused he has an excellent chance of being the new Strictly champion."

Max is currently in a relationship with Ryan Giggs’ ex-wife Stacey, with the two lovebirds recently spotted together on a sun-soaked holiday in Marbella.

Describing his potential for similarly charming the audience on Strictly, Cara told the publication: "The spirits tell me overall Max is a very nice person, a romantic and a modern-day Romeo!

"But in spite of his huge success he is still very insecure which makes him seek attention and approval, especially from the opposite sex.

"He thrives on adrenaline which means he always needs a new challenge and needs 'a risk'- so he will achieve extreme ‘highs’ and can perform at his best, but may push too hard and cause injury."

Strictly Come Dancing will debut on Saturday 24th October and continue until 19th December on BBC One.

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