Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Former candidate reveals REAL reason why they did not want Aljaz

Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Former candidate reveals REAL reason why they did not want Aljaz

Before the live shows for this year's Strictly Come Dancing begin, former participants revealed some truths about the dance contest.

To fill the gap between the mating announcements and the live shows, some of the show's most memorable moments were resumed.

However, one former candidate was shocked that he was paired with his professional dancer.

Abbey Clancy, 32, won the BBC show in 2013 with partner Aljaz Skorjanec, 28, but it seems that she may not have won.

Singer Kimberley Walsh, 36, and 2014 Winner, Caroline Flack, 38, came together to talk about her time on the show.

Reliving her time on the show, she told the former candidate that she did not want to be with her pro.

"I was traumatized when I got Aljaz," she reveals.

"I just did not want him," confessed the model.

After her bombshell revelation, she went on to say she'd rather be with Robin Windsor, 39.

"I wanted Robin because I thought I would not be embarrassed to dance sexy," she confessed.

In competition, however, she was getting stronger and won the notorious glitter ball trophy.

Aljaz's wife, Janette Manrara, 34, also participates in Strictly Come Dancing as a dancer.

It was revealed that Janette gave some of the famous faces some shocking advice about her husband when they entered the contest.

Former Emmerdale actress Gemma Atkinson, 33, had worked with Aljaz last year and told Louise Redknapp, 43: "I remember one week, Janette took me aside and you really have to be more aggressive, full and sensual about Alijaz. "

Gemma asked Janette and asked, "I was like," What, he's your husband? "

"And she was like," It does not work ", the actress continued.

Last year, the pair impressed the jury throughout the series and reached the final, but lost to 42-year-old actor Joe McFadden.

News anchor Kate Silverton, 48, will partner with Aljaz this year, hoping to follow the success of Abbey and Gemma.

Talking about her mating, Kate said, "I really could not be more excited." Perfect match. "

Aljaz, too, seemed excited when he met the newscaster when he added, "I can not wait to get started, I can not wait."

Strictly Come Dancing will air on BBC One at 6:15 pm on Saturday.

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