Strictly fans concerned for Dan Walker as Scott Mills doomed costume returns

Strictly Come Dancing fans were left worried for BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker's future on the show after spotting a vital clue in his costume.

Dan and his professional partner Nadiya Bychkova were lucky enough to make it through to the fan-favourite Halloween week – in which the dancers and celebs don elaborate costumes to perform spooky routines.

But as Dan and Nadiya both turned up in fun lobster costumes – including bright red hair spray to turn Dan's locks scarlet – fans reckoned it could be foreshadowing something a lot darker.

Viewers couldn't help but think of DJ Scott Mills' routine to Disney classic song Under The Sea – in which he was dressed up as a crab.

The dance heralded the end of Scott's career on Strictly – and fans are now thinking Dan could be the next to face elimination.

Turning to Twitter, one concerned fan wrote: "Oh dear. Dan is dressed as some sort of crab. He obviously hasn't watched Scott Mills!"

Someone else posted: "WTF have they done to poor old Dan Walker?! Didn't they learn anything from when they tried a similar look with Scott Mills?"

While a third viewer tweeted: "Oh no, poor Dan is a lobster. I fear this won't end well."

"Well, we know what happened the last time someone was a lobster!" another chimed in.

Dan, however, looked at ease as he rocked a set of huge lobster claws and a glittery waistcoat, plus a pair of lobster eyes on a headband.

The look, which featured long red sleeves and bright scarlet locks, looked a far cry from his usual BBC Breakfast suit.

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