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 Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse and Ugo Monye have innuendo second on TV
January 2, 2022

Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse and Ugo Monye have innuendo second on TV

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Strictly Come Dancing‘s Oti Mabuse and Ugo Monye look like revelling within the Strictly expertise this yr – whether or not they’re performing, embracing the sequins, or cracking jokes on stay TV, you simply know they’re having a good time.

We reckon Ugo could be having extra enjoyable than Oti, nevertheless, with the rugby participant enjoying the wind-up service provider on Strictly spin-off present It Takes Two.

In a cheeky second on yesterday’s (October 7) episode, Oti and Ugo sat down with Janette Manrara to mirror on their dances up to now.

After feigning delight over getting an ‘common’ rating, Ugo went on to disclose how a lot he is having fun with the competitors up to now. “I feel what I’ve realised during the last couple of weeks is that I am revealing components of myself that did not exist,” he informed Janette.

Sharing his hopes for a fair higher efficiency this weekend, Ugo added: “I loved final week greater than the primary week and we’re hoping to see enchancment – as a result of as Oti’s simply stated, she loves a grower.”

Whereas a sheepish Janette rapidly switched subjects, Oti and Ugo shared a giggle. No denial although, eh?

Elsewhere, Strictly couple Gorka Marquez and Katie McGlynn not too long ago discovered themselves on the centre of a special sort of storm, prompting Gorka to handle tabloid rumours that the 2 weren’t getting alongside.

After making it via the dreaded dance-off final weekend, Gorka defended his relationship with Katie on Instagram. “Thanks to all people who voted and supported us it means the world, we’ll maintain working laborious and giving our greatest,” he wrote.

“And to those that suppose that we don’t get on maintain considering it.”

Strictly Come Dancing 2021 continues on Saturday (October 9) on BBC One.

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