Cheat­ing Strictly star has blown his cha cha chances

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OOFT, it’s mur­der on the dance floor. Yes, Strictly love cheats Seann Walsh and Katya Jones will do the dance of shame on tonight’s show, de­spite calls for them to be banned.

It’s thought Seann might en­ter from above at­tached to a wire. Tied around his neck by his ex-girl­friend.

Seann and Katya are said to be wor­ried that view­ers of the show will vote them off this week af­ter they were caught do­ing a fair bit of the old tongue tango.

On the plus side, an in­vite from Celebrity Love Is­land is al­ready in the post.

It’s been claimed that the Strictly judges wanted to sack the pair, say­ing their be­hav­iour was too much.

And surely be­ing called over the top by Bruno To­nioli may well be the fi­nal in­sult in this mad episode.

Stars have ral­lied round Re­becca Humphries af­ter she re­leased a blis­ter­ing state­ment in the wake of her then boyfriend Seann kiss­ing an­other woman on her birth­day.

Mean­while, Seann spent the week in the com­pany of three more women. Pre­sum­ably from a cri­sis man­age­ment PR team. Un­sur­pris­ingly, Re­becca has dumped Seann – and taken the cat. Which is strange. Well, you’d have thought she’d have had enough of preen­ing crea­tures that only look out for them­selves.

As for Katya, she’s not ex­actly help­ing the neg­a­tive press Rus­sia’s get­ting just now. Only this week, the Krem­lin have been ac­cused of tar­get­ing Bri­tish teenagers through so­cial me­dia ac­counts, aim­ing to sow dis­cord among young West­ern­ers.

Not hard, is it? If you want to get young folk over here up­set, the only thing you need to show them on so­cial me­dia is the price of a house.

Then there’s Vladimir Putin and the other world lead­ers be­ing told by the UN

MO FARAH has won his first ever marathon in a new Euro­pean record time, af­ter claim­ing vic­tory on the mean streets of Chicago.

Some ex­perts claim that the dodgier the city, the faster the win­ning time.

That’s a point Mo wishes to ex­plore fur­ther at his world record at­tempt next week in Air­drie.

that they’ve got a moral obli­ga­tion to act now on cli­mate change.

In re­sponse, Don­ald Trump has leapt into ac­tion. And dis­ap­peared to find out what the word “moral” means.

The truth is, this sort of hanky panky has been go­ing on for­ever. A lit­er­ary ex­pert even claimed that William Shake­speare’s writ­ing about women shows he was an­gry with one for giv­ing him an STD.

It was a proper Shake­spear­ian one as well. Af­ter he’d had it for a 12th night, it spread and gave him a right painful Co­ri­olanus.

So what of Seann and Katya, the lat­est pair to con­jure up the Strictly curse? It’s up to the pub­lic now. Will they keep danc­ing? Or maybe it’s time for them to fox­trot off. Ei­ther way I’m sorted – I’m def­i­nitely keep­ing the cat. ●AN­I­MAL news and Chris Pack­ham is con­cerned about the en­vi­ron­men­tal im­pact of Brexit.

Pre­sum­ably be­cause all the mi­grat­ing birds that come here will now be turned away at the bor­der.

Mean­while, Taken star Liam Nee­son be­lieves he was recog­nised by a horse in his lat­est film, as he’d worked with it be­fore on pre­vi­ous movies. It’s hard to be­lieve a horse could do that. Un­less of course it had a very spe­cial set of skills.

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