It's claimed bosses are preparing for a "tense showdown" as the trio head to Blackpool to take part in the final group performance.
An insider told the Mirror: "It’s going to be awkward. They have put various noses out of joint in their own ways. It’s set to be interesting, to say the least.
“It’s been a great series, but it’s fair to say there have been a number of issues off-screen – not least with these three. To say it’s going to be quite tense is an understatement.”
Comedian Seann will come face-to-face with Neil Jones just days after labelling him "gay" during a quip about snogging his wife Katya at a stand-up gig on Friday night.
The Play to the Whistle star told the crowd at the Always Be Comedy event: "Before the show, the newspapers were complaining they didn't know who I was.
"You know who I am now, motherf*****s, I'm the guy who kissed a gay man's wife."
Sources told The Sun's Bizarre column this week that dancer Neil, 35, is eager to confront Seann, 33, about the remarks when the group rehearsals kick off tomorrow.
An insider said: "Neil has been telling pals backstage he will confront him and ask him to explain himself.
"He thought the comments were unnecessary so wants to hear what Seann has to say for himself."
But Seann isn't the only contestant shrouded in controversy as Danny was accused of making dance partner Amy Dowden cry during a heated row in training.
His partner Petula Langlais later blasted the BBC in a number of scathing tweets that accused the show of "throwing him under the bus" and "trying to destroy him".
She also re-tweeted a message from a fan who suggested the Red Dwarf star was targeted because of his race.
When asked about his wife's social media rant, Danny, 58, responded: "I don't author her tweets. She authors her own."
Capital Breakfast DJ Vick, 29, also hinted the celebrity dance competition was fixed after claiming she saw the judges discuss something with producers before the dance-off.
Speaking on her radio show the next morning, she said: "We had to have a dance-off as well, it was very strange.
"So after the dance-off, there was a conflab with the producers and then they gave their decision.
"There was this stunned silence, it was a really weird atmosphere."
Unimpressed BBC bosses later responded: "It is categorically untrue to imply producers tell the judges how to score or who to save."
As well as the awkward group performance, this weekend's final will also see Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton, Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice, Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell and Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev battle it out for the Glitter Ball Trophy.
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