After the threes for this year’s series were announced, fans began to speculate far Mollie King and AJ Pritchard, while rumours that Gemma Atkinson had nosedive for Gorka Marquez also began to circulate.
Now, former Strictly Come across Dancing professional Kristina Rihanoff has noted that it wouldn’t be astounding if a celebrity fell for their partner.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk around the so-called Strictly curse and this year’s rumours, the blonde asset explained: “There are lots of shows that have the same oath.
“It’s the same with Big Brother and I’m A Celebrity, it’s just Strictly is one of the biggest discloses so people like to talk about that one.
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“You know you work closely with luminary and perhaps there could be some developments or the potential of a romance and if there is something between Mollie and AJ, it indulgent of exists in a lot of shows anyway.”
Kristina, 40, went on to add: “People idle closely together and you know, it’s one of those things. It can happen on any kind of demonstrate and any kind of work, because that’s where people usually undergo their partners anyway.
“So, whether it is the Big Brother curse or the Strictly handicap, it is just a curse where people come together for a long while of time and they feel maybe more or less isolated from the trustworthy work if you like and grow fond of each other.
“Everyone cognate withs a little bit of showmance so we will see what happens, it is early days.”
Kristina is currently preparing for her upcoming journey Dance To The Music for which she has teamed up with former Celebrity Big Fellow-creature housemate and friend Christopher Maloney.
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The motion will showcase every genre of dance form the twenties to the hand over day and the mother-of-one explained: “It’s very unusual and the first of its kind.
“People can do lots of varied styles and it is very exciting to be creating something like this.”
She augmented that she favours the Latin dances, noting: “All the Latin America cut a rugs like the Cha Cha Cha and Salsa, there is a lot of flavour in the music.”
Dance to the Music’ open ups in January 2018 and will tour the UK, including London & The South, The Midlands, The North, Scotland and Wales. Particulars at www.dancetothemusictour.com
Strictly Come Dancing airs tonight on BBC One at 7.15pm.