After weeks of a visible chill between Strictly’s Neil and Katya Jones, the old magic is back.
In an appearance at the Karen Hardy Studios 10th Anniversary Gala in London, the dancefloor power couple put on a unified show of strength, demonstrating that the summer’s smooch-gate scandal was definitely behind them.
While Seann Walsh cuts an increasingly lonely and isolated figure, Neil and Katya seem to have rekindled their romance. The couple poured their passion into a sizzling routine that left onlookers in no doubt that they were very much back together.
After a long break it’s Neil and Kaya’s second performance together inside a week. Neil and Katya joined forces for a sensational routine during singer Adam Lambert’s performance on Strictly Come Dancing at the weekend.
They certainly didn’t look estranged on Wednesday night
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Neil looked delighted as the couple sped away in a taxi
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The crowd erupted when the pair came spinning onto the dance floor to ‘We Are The Champions’.
They twirled around together, proving they have a loving bond, while the audience started clapping to the beat.
Some viewers thought the song choice was a tad ‘awkward’ though, especially the passage: "Bad mistakes, I’ve made a few."
The pair were together to take part in the Karen Hardy Studios 10th anniversary gala
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Meanwhile, Seann addressed the cheating scandal during a gig at London’s Comedy Store on Monday night.
In his first performance since pictures of the steamy embrace emerged, the comedian admitted he "f***ed up" by kissing married Katya, 29.
But the defiant TV star still refused to apologise to his ex-girlfriend Rebecca Humphries, 32, who dumped him over his infidelity.
During a nine-minute set, during which he was booed and heckled by the crowd, he insisted that his relationship was already “coming to an end”
He added, sourly, that he only signed up to the BBC1 show to avoid having to watch it on TV.
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