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Strictly Come Dancing finally released the first three celebrities of this year’s highly-anticipated line-up on Tuesday. And now Piers Morgan has teased he could be throwing his hat into the ring, too.
I can’t comment on my Strictly future!
On Good Morning Britain this morning, the presenters hinted that someone from the news team could be taking part and Piers grinned from ear to ear, begging the question… could it be him?
“Is it me you’re looking for?” he giggled as Susanna rolled her eyes.
“How much did you say you’d do it for again?” she asked, sarcastically.
While joking around, he then held his hands up.
“I can’t comment on my Strictly future, that comes later,” he shook his head.
Calling all Strictly fans… Piers Morgan MIGHT finally be taking the plunge this year!
Elsewhere, there was speak throughout the year about a possible same-sex coupling following in the footsteps of Dancing On Ice, and Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams has been tipped to be partnered with another woman.
The 37-year-old boxer could make history in a move that’s been dubbed “well overdue”.
A source told The Mirror: “It’s such an exciting step for us to be taking, and many feel it is well overdue.
“It’s been talked about for so long, to see it finally happen feels truly ground-breaking and quite emotional.”
Express.co.uk reached out to BBC for comment.
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The show teased they were exploring their first same-sex pairing, when professionals Johannes Radebe and Graziano Di Prima took to the ballroom floor and performed a breathtaking routine to Emeli Sande’s new single.
The dance caused a lot of controversy at the time, with the BBC receiving close to 200 complaints from viewers.
At the time, judge Bruno Tonioli expressed his sadness: “It’s hard to believe after such progress in society and many other topics going on that [around] 200 people felt so upset they complained when two men danced with each other.”
Professional dancer Kevin Clifton, who won’t be appearing in the show this year following his departure, added: “What on earth were they complaining about? It was ace.”
Caroline Quentin was confirmed as the first celebrity to be taking on the gruelling dance challenge, and revealed to The One Show’s Alex Jones and Amol Rajan that she had a little bit of experience, as she used to do ballet, tap and modern professionally as a child.
Does this mean she will have an advantage over every one else?
Jason Bell has also taken on the challenge alongside The Wanted singer Max George.
Strictly returns later this year on BBC One.
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