couples can barely remember without referring back to the video camera footage they took “for a laugh” in the early days of the relationship.
There is also the headiness of the master-pupil relationship. So by the time you add alcohol to the mix it’s like throwing petrol on an already very hot fire.
And what this means is ratings. Huge ratings. Over the years, the programme has fed off the headlines generated by dance couples taking their moves to the next level. Audiences look to see who is most likely to stray. (We know that the likes of Ed Balls would never even kick around the idea, or any of the other comedy contestants). But who is not going to tune in this weekend to see how Seann Walsh and Katya Jones try their very best to convince us that they could be brother and sister? (Not in an Alabama sense.)
Viewers will be watching the dynamic of the couple trying their