Strictly legend raises hopes she is making return as she's spotted leaving studio with Nikita Kuzmin and Leyton Williams | The Sun

A STRICTLY Come Dancing star has sparked rumours she's making a return to the show.

Each year some of the professional Strictly dancers are left on the bench and not paired with a celebrity.

This year Nadiya Bychkova was one of the unlucky ones – but it looks like she could be making a comeback after being spotted leaving rehearsals with Nikita Kuzmin and Layton Williams.

Blonde beauty Nadiya, 34, looked in high spirits as she walked with the boys.

She was dressed casually in a long black coat and boots and wore her hair down.

Meanwhile Nikita, 25, was snapped wearing a knee brace after a long day of rehearsals with Layton, 29.

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Nadiya hasn't held back in revealing her disappointment at missing out on a celebrity partner this year.

Speaking to The Sun, she said: "I am very disappointed, everyone on the show loves to teach and love to perform.

"Each year, it's a beautiful experience to teach and share it with a celebrity, so as I said in my post, I am disappointed but I am very excited about the whole season.

"The line-up is incredible, we've already created some amazing group dances and there are many more to come."

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Speaking about why she didn't get the call back, Nadiya said: "There is no reason, it's just the line-up of professionals is much bigger than the number of celebrities we have on the show. So I guess every year it's a bit different."

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