Katya Jones faced the wrath of Strictly Come Dancing viewers after herself and Seann Walsh were saved on Sundays instalment of the show – following their kiss drama – with Vick Hope and Graziano Di Prima sent home instead.
But the 29-year-old ignored all the controversy as she made her way to rehearsals this week.
The professional dancer, who is currently married to choreographer Neil Jones, was all smiles as she headed out.
She rocked a red jumper, and matching leggings, for the outing, covering up against the cold with a thin denim jacket, and clutching a Starbucks bag ahead of the session.
Katyas outing comes after fellow dancer Vick hinted there was foul play in the decision to send her home, over the controversial pair, during last weeks Strictly.
Viewers were outraged at the decision – which as far as viewers were aware was made by Shirley Ballas as she had the deciding vote after Craig Revel Horwood voted to save the Capital Breakfast presenter.
And Vick revealed producers may have had a hand in the final decision.
During an appearance on the Capital Breakfast Show, she explained producers had a conflab before they were voted off the series.
We had to have a dance off as well – it was very strange – so after the dance off, then the judges have to give their decisions, she said.
But there was a bit of a conflab with some producers and then they gave their decisions, and it was just stunned silence in the studio, it was a really weird atmosphere.
However, a spokesperson for Strictly has refuted the implication, claiming producers are only on hand to advise judges on giving reasons for their decision.
They told Metro.co.uk: It is categorically untrue to imply that producers tell the Judges how to score or who to save. Each judge votes on each dance independently, based on its merits and in their expert opinion alone.
The Judges use an electronic voting pad to transmit their score or choice of who to save to the production gallery which is then locked in and cannot be changed.
Only after this does a Producer speak to the judges, advising them on how long they have to speak and reminding them to give a reason for their decisions. The process was exactly the same this weekend.
This is just the latest controversy that Strictly has faced in recent weeks, after Katya and Seann were pictured passionately kissing on a deserted street, at the beginning of the month.
The pair were both forced to apologise, with Katya vowing it was just a drunken kiss and was no reflection on her marriage to Neil.
Seann also apologised – with his now-ex girlfriend later publicly dumping him on Twitter.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood later praised the pair for returning to the show and dancing again – but placed the blame for what happened firmly on the dancers shoulders.
During an appearance on Loose Women, he explained: I thought they were brave to come back on the show and do their dance of shame, as I put it… because that had to be done.
If youd snogged someone you shouldnt have done at the Christmas party – like your boss – and you still want your job, you turn up on Monday. Youve got to face the music and dance, really, using that terminology. And they did, and Im glad they did because theyre there to be professional.
Lets not forget, theyre being paid to do a job, both of them. I think I would put the ball in Katyas court. She should not have allowed it to happen.
Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday, at 6:50pm, on BBC One.
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