Bobby Brazier has admitted there will be tears on the upcoming episode of Strictly Come Dancing as he pays an emotional tribute to his late mum Jade Goody.

Bobby and his professional dance partner Dianne Buswell have taken the nation by storm with their routines, making them among the favourites to take home the Glitterball Trophy.

On Saturday night (November 25), the pair will perform a contemporary ballroom dance routine to Maxwell's This Woman's Work in tribute to his late mum.

Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell to perform emotional routine in honour of Jade Goody

Speaking on Strictly Coming Dancing's It Takes Two, Bobby Brazier told host Fleur East: "It is the perfect song, sung by the perfect man and it is the perfect tone. The lyrics are just profound and touched me at my core - it is gorgeous. I am going to have to work very hard this week to do it justice."

Dianne Buswell added that the performance is "something new" for her, adding: "I have never done anything like it in my couple's choice. I am already loving it."

When Fleur asked Bobby what the theme of the dance would be, he replied: "I am a child, well there is me as a child and I come out as me now. I have got Dianne, who replicates a woman let's say my mother [Jade Goody] probably.

"We go on this journey throughout. I don't know the whole dance yet to tell you completely but it is emotional. I think there could be a few tears."

Dianne said: "The first ten seconds, even when we were in the rehearsal room, I could not look Bobby in the eye because it made me well up."

Bobby's mother and Big Brother star Jade Goody died of cervical cancer in 2009 at the young age of 27.

Bobby and his younger brother Freddie were just five and four years old respectively when this happened.