Dancing with the Stars pro Gleb Savchenko has been suffering from the flu with the Season 23 finals fast approaching, so will he be able to dance?

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Savchenko's Dancing with the Stars celebrity partner, Jana Kramer, posted a photo on Instagram Saturday of the 33-year-old pro dancer wearing a medical mask and standing with his arms crossed as Kramer offered up a half-smile in the rehearsal room's mirror.

"One of us has the flu...well maybe two of us @glebsavchenkoofficial," Kramer, 32, captioned the image. "Excuse me while I go vitamin C overdose."

Several hours later, Kramer shared another photo of herself wearing the mask this time, posing with DWTS Troupe member Alan Bersten.

"Im being quarantined with @alanbersten. Please feel better @glebsavchenkoofficial #flu," the country singer and actress wrote.

Kramer and Bersten previously rehearsed together while Savchenko was nursing a knee injury, so Bersten's presence in the photo means Savchenko was not well enough to practice with Kramer last week and may not be healthy enought to perform in the next show.

However, late Sunday night, Savchenko posted a collage of photos from his time with Kramer this season and hinted he will dance Monday night in the final live performance show.

"This girl has done so much to make it to finals, you've been an amazing friend, partner and just beautiful person inside out, your hard work and dedication paid off, now let's just have fun and dance like no one is watching," Savchenko wrote.

"Thank you for everything, for believing, for trying everything and anything and always working as a team. Let's kill it tomorrow @dancingabc @kramergirl."

His message, "Let's just have fun and dance," and "Let's kill it tomorrow," would seem to indicate the flu isn't holding him back from performing with Kramer in the finals.

Kramer will face off against fellow Dancing with the Stars finalists Laurie Hernandez, James Hinchcliffe and Calvin Johnson Jr. for the mirrorball trophy Monday night. In seasons past, the couples also have to learn a brand new routine within 24 hours for the live results show the following night.