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Strictly Come Pancing 2018 Katya Jones and Neil Jones are afraid that they were fired from professional | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV



Strictly Come Dancing fans were shocked when Katya Jones noticed kissing Seann Walsh earlier in the season.

The couple were both at the time, and Katya married fellow professional dancers on stage, Neil Jones.

Since then, it has been reported that Katya, 29 and Neil, 35, fear that they could be completely abandoned by the titles.

The Sun Inspector said: "In January, when new broadcasting contracts are being issued, this year the dancer has a huge panic about their future.

"Katya and Neil are worried, the bosses feel that she has left a black mark with Sean, which can not be removed with their names."

They are not the only ones who thought they were "in the shoot", says the newspaper.

The former Playboy model, Nadiya Bychkova, was eliminated in the first week with her famous partner, Lee Ryan.

But the announcement reports how she could be in "shooting" after she did not win the fans.

What's more, Johannes Radebe just joined the show, but his comments seem not to go well with the bosses of Strictly Come Pans.

He believes he compared Blackpool to the squatters' camps, despite the importance of having a home in the BBC's talent room.

Inside, he added: "Others are also panic. Every fee must be in the best way."

Express.co.uk contacted the Strictly Come Dancing representative for comment.

In the past few years the BBC show lost one of the biggest names.

Brendan Cole appeared in January in January to emotionally reveal that he will no longer be part of Strictly Come Pancing.

When asked by the host to return, Brendan confirmed that the decision was extra-judicial.

He said, "Actually, it's hard to talk.

"The BBC did not renew my contract. We agreed on a contract during the year.

"They made an editorial decision not to return me to the show. I'm a little in shock.

"I'm pretty emotional, a bit harsh about it," Brendan explained.

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at BBC One at 19.00.


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