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Nicola Adams, 38, and Katya Jones, 31, have made show history by being the first same-sex partnership on Strictly Come Dancing. The dancing duo left viewers in awe after they performed a spectacular Couple’s Choice routine to Years and Years’ popular hit Shine last weekend.
They will be hoping to replicate their success in the latest episode of Strictly.
However, Nicola ran into a spot of bother with her dance partner Katya, who was left scolding her in training.
The Olympian took a break from dancing and advised that the pair should order some food.
Taking to Instagram, Katya posted a video clip which showed her rolling her eyes at Nicola.
“Always hungry. You’re always hungry,” Katya moaned, as she shook her head.
She panned the camera across to her co-star, as Nicola gave a quick smile.
Katya went on: “Who needs to eat food when we’ve got a Jive to do?”
The Strictly contestant disagreed as she reiterated that the dancing duo needed to eat something.
Nicola mused: “We need food. We really need to eat food.”
Katya replied: “I don’t think so,” as she rolled her eyes again and pulled a face at her dance partner.
The Latin champion and her dance partner will be hoping to score highly with the judges in the latest showdown at the weekend.
It was previously announced that the pair will be putting on their leather jackets to perform an iconic Grease routine.
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The dancing duo will be taking on the Jive to Grease Lightnin’ for Movie Week.
Last week, the pair dazzled audiences with an energetic boxing-inspired routine on Saturday night’s second live show – which left some viewers “with tears in their eyes”.
Dressed in white and purple, Katya and Nicola flaunted the efforts of their intense rehearsals and performed a range of boxing-inspired moves in tight formation.
After the performance, head judge Shirley Ballas said: “The choreography was some of best I’ve seen.
“I loved it when you were picking up the silks, it’s not easy to keep up with a pro dancer but you did so well. And I love the awareness you had as a dancer of where Katya was.”
While Motsi Mabuse added: “I enjoyed watching you enjoy that! That felt so sincere. Last week you were a tiny bit tense and today you let go when the music picked up.
“For the beginning I feel you could be a little bit softer to get a bigger contrast… but that smile. Nothing can kill that smile!”
The duo scored an impressive 20 points out of 40 following their routine.
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