Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Strictly Come Dancing: Seann and Katya return to dancefloor

Strictly Come Dancing: Seann and Katya return to dancefloor

Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke has said "we've all had enough" of the drama surrounding Seann Walsh and Katya Jones's controversial kiss.

Humphries said she had not received a personal apology from Walsh over the incident with dancer Katya Jones, 29, outside a west London pub last week, photographs of which appeared in the national press.

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Katya wrote: "I'm so sorry about any offence or hurt I have caused with my actions".

"Apart from that, I'd say it's been a quiet week", Winkleman joked, before Daly added: "Other than the odd headline".

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Seann has yet to speak out following Rebecca's statement, although he previously tweeted: 'In light of the story in today's newspaper I would like to offer my honest apologies for my actions.

She started the statement insisting she is not a victim and ended it saying: I'm not sorry I took the cat, though. "Of COURSE. I'm so upset for you, I've been thinking about you all day", Marian responded.

"My take was keep them in the show, make them do the dance of shame, if you like", said Horwood. A show insider told The Sun that the kiss does little to dispel the "Curse of Strictly" - rumours that the programme, and the close nature of the working relationship between celebrities and their professional partners, leads to the end of relationships.

Andrew Robert Lee said: "Considering what a hard week Seann and Katya have had and how awkward dancing that must have been in front of a live studio and TV audience I'd have given them 10". "They apologised on social media and I'm sure in private to all the partners involved, so I can't really understand why the subject was brought up on It Takes Two".

Zoe Ball asked the pair about what had happened following the publishing of the pictures and Rebecca's statement.

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The judges were largely impressed, with head judge Shirley Ballas saying the "whole routine was totally entertaining, you got one tiny kick wrong in the middle, but I loved it".

She posted a picture of Seann with her dog Crumble on the pet's Instagram account, writing: 'I met my mummy's new dance partner Seann Walsh yesterday... he seemed very cuddly, so I approve!'

"I love my husband and we are very happy together".

"It's been quite a week but, tonight, it's all about the dancing", said Tess during her introduction of the pair, before they performed their Charleston to favourable feedback from the judges.

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