Published: Sat, October 13, 2018

Strictly kiss: Katya was 'in the wrong'

Strictly kiss: Katya was 'in the wrong'

The pair wowed with a lively rendition of a Charleston, which they danced to Bills by Lunchmoney Lewis, on Saturday's BBC One show.

Seann and Katya have made headlines after being pictured kissing.

But viewers were not happy as the pair seemed to ignore the headlines that have been following them all week.

She encouraged others to trust their "instincts" and concluded that the situation had reminded her that she is a "strong and capable" woman, rather than a victim.

Following the publication of the photos, Katya and Seann have both taken to Twitter to issue statements.

Famous faces including Stacey Solomon, Sam Claflin, Carol Vorderman and Myleene Klass were also among those who showed her lots of love.

The images, which emerged on Sunday, led to the demise of Seann's long-term relationship with Rebecca Humphries and added strain onto Katya's marriage to Neil Jones.

It turns out that the actress Rebecca Humphries, who lived with Walsh, a comedian, ...

"It's incredibly good of Sean and Katya to apologise in the media. I have received nothing, other than the support of my family, friends and a host of strangers on the internet who all wanted to make sure I was okay". I was alone at home when Seann texted at 10pm, saying the two of them [he and Katya] were going for one innocent drink.

In a tweet announcing the end of their five-year relationship, Humphries accused the 32-year-old comedian of having dismissed her suspicions that something untoward was going on by "aggressively, and repeatedly, call [ing] me a psycho/nuts/mental".

She claimed that Walsh behaved in a "controlling" way towards her and called her a "pyscho" and "nuts" multiple times during their relationship, whenever she questioned what he might be doing. It's more than lying.

The photos were obtained by the Sun and you can see them here.

She finished by stating that she was now "free" and that she hoped Seann "gets what he wants from this".

Solomon responded to the message saying: "What a powerful, important message".

Of the so-called "Strictly Curse", he told Jonathan Ross: "I think of it as a blessing, actually".

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