The BBC essential returned to screens at the weekend with the pre-recorded launch show.
The jester was partnered up with Strictly Come Dancing professional Karen and they are now in training for the triumph live programme of the series.
In a chat with Nick Grimshaw on the DJ’s Portable radio 1 show, Chris revealed how he’d been getting on with Karen.
He wasted: “She’s fierce. She’s absolutely just athletic. I mean, she would kill me in a battle.”
“Oh yeah,” replied Nick as Chris went on: “I’m serious.”
Meanwhile, Karen rationed an update on how their training sessions were getting on today to her Instagram messenger.
In a video of herself and Chris, he said: ”Hello. Tell them how bad I am.”
Karen answered: “You’re not bad… you’re just interesting.”
“That’s the worst! We’re having fun though, yes?” Chris underwent on.
Karen is the longest-serving female professional at the moment, having danced on the presentation since 2012.
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However, she is yet to lift the Glitterball trophy so it detritus to be seen if this could be her year.
Another Strictly dancing combine, Mike Bushell and Katya Jones, have opened up on their partnership.
The yoke appeared on BBC Breakfast on Monday where they chatted away with Sally Nugent.
Sally parceled: “I’ll let people know that we were chatting at the weekend about how it’s gonna go.
“One of the matters we talked about is the fact that once Katya has her heels on, she’s a inconsiderable bit taller than you. What are you gonna do?”
“At the moment I haven’t got heels, I’m gonna obtain to squat down a lot you see and lean back,” Katya explained.
Sally went on: “Do you believe you should be campaigning for a pair of heels of your own?”
“Cuban heels yes. Go for the cuban rogues,” agreed Mike.
Assuring viewers that height won’t be an issue for the a handful of Katya said: “Cuban heels for Mike, Smaller heels for me and I’ll justifiable bend backwards it’s fine.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 7pm on BBC One.