Strictly Come Dancing is just weeks away and the professionals are getting ready to be matched with a celebrity - but who will succumb to the Curse? The new series of Strictly Come Dancing is a matter of weeks away and the professionals are gearing up to be matched with a celebrity contestant. And while many might be wondering if the dreaded Strictly Curse will strike, some of the pros are either happily married or dating. But who's single and might be finding love on the dancefloor this year? Here we take a look at all the love lives of the dancers. Stacey and Kevin met on Strictly but didn't get together until after the series ended and they were crowned the winners.
Why is Gorka Marquez not in Strictly 2019 and when was his baby with Gemma Atkinson born?
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According to Gorka, it wasn't even his choice to be demoted- so what caused him to be axed from his position and what has he said about it? On August 21, Gorka confirmed that he will not be returning to the upcoming series as a professional dancer, subsequently meaning he won't be given a celebrity partner. Instead, he will be included as a backing dance, and fans have been trying to figure out what caused his sudden demotion. One fan, in particular, was quick to assume that, since recently welcoming his baby daughter Mia, Gorka would have wanted some time off to focus on his family.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 professionals: Who is in a relationship with who?
Here's all you need to know about this year's professional dancers and who they are paired up with - plus find out which dancers DIDN'T get a partners this year. We have all the details on the dance pros who will be taking part in and who's been left on the bench. The year-old split from his wife and fellow Strictly professional, Karen Clifton, in
Each year, a group of pros is tasked with whipping the celebrities into shape, choreographing the routines and providing a shoulder to cry on when the criticism gets a little too much. On Saturday night though, the BBC finally gave us a little extra time with the professionals, airing a special one-off show of interviews with them. The minute special saw the dancers lift the lid on everything from how they found out they were on the programme to their favourite Strictly moments of all time. Oti Mabuse started dancing when she 4 years old. The South African-born dancer had the earliest start of all the pros, getting her dancing shoes on after being inspired by her older sisters.