Strictly Come Dancing: BBC Source Denies Jay McGuiness And Aliona Vilani’s ‘Blazing Rows’

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A BBC source has denied claims that Jay McGuiness and Aliona Vilani have been having ‘blazing rows’ on Strictly Come Dancing.

Reports claimed that Aliona was ‘on the warpath’ after seeing Jay messaging his Strictly friends Kristina Rihanoff, Ola Jordan and Georgia May Foote.

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A source told The Sun: “Aliona hit the roof when she found out Jay had been messaging Georgia May Foote, Ola and Kristina.

“She’s gone on the warpath against these girls and the BBC are worried about a catfight.

“She also hit the roof when he chatted to a girl in the bar by his hotel. She makes him sit with her the whole time and is very over-the-top.

“She was the same with previous dance partners as she believes that to win, couples have to be totally united. Jay’s starting to tire of it all.”

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However, a BBC Strictly source has now spoken out to rubbish the claims, telling Digital Spy: “"This story is complete nonsense, there have been no rows.”

Away from the rumours, Jay’s been discussing just how much he loves the show, telling HELLO!: “I’m loving every second and wake up every morning thinking, ‘I can’t wait to start rehearsing’.”

He admitted: “I have some basic advantages, because as a kid, I did some dancing. I’d do tap and ballet after school – really cool at that age – and then at 16, I did three years of musical theatre.

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“But that was ten years ago and now I’m learning styles I’ve never done before. Believe me, without Aliona, it would be car-crash.”

We’re sure it wouldn’t be, Jay.

Strictly returns to BBC One on Saturday at 6.30pm.

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