Is there a new BBC Strictly Come Dancing curse?
Back in 2013 former Coronation Street star, Natalie Gumede, appeared as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing with her dance pro, Artem Chigvintsev.
During her time on Strictly Natalie of course made numerous appearances on Zoe Ball's BBC Two sister show, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.
The producers and researchers for that show like to have fun with what is known in TV production as "Lower Thirds" - Lower Thirds are the graphic bar which appears on the lower third of a TV screen stating someone's name or information relating to that individual.
As mentioned above, the staff at Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two likes to play with the Lower Thirds a little. They like to put witty remarks below their guest's names. This was picked up most recently by Aljaz Skorjanec earlier this year.
One of the captions Natalie Gumede had on the Tuesday 5th November 2013 episode of Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two read "Nat Going Anywhere" which was a play on Natalie, her name.
Natalie Gumede & Artem Chigvintsev reached the finals of their competition and came runners up to Abbey Clancy & Aljaz Skorjanec.
Professional dancer, Nadiya Bychcova, and her celebrity partner, EastEnders' Davood Ghadami, were interviewed by Zoe Ball earlier this week on Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.
The caption for Nadiya Bychkova read "Nad Going Anywhere" - again, this was a play on Nadiya's name.
This weekend on Strictly Come Dancing's main show, Nadiya Bychkova & Davood Ghadami were in the dreaded dance off with Alexandra Burke & Gorka Marquez leading to their elimination from the 2017 competition.
Are people who get the caption "Nat/Nad Going Anywhere" (or any variation to Nat/Nad) cursed to come up short on BBC Strictly Come Dancing?