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Monday 3rd August 2020

Uh oh! Will Young lights a CIGARETTE in a petrol station

He has a lot on his mind, for sure

Oh dear.

As if those photos of Will taking his bins out weren't bad enough, he's gone and done this.

The singer has been spotted lighting up and smoking a cigarette when sat in his car at a petrol station.

He's in a car, we get it, it's not as if he's filling up his 4x4 and 'avin' a drag but this is still not cool, Will!

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There were LOADS of signs about the risk of naked flames posted on the pumps, but he started smoking anyway.

A spokesperson for Shell told The Sun Online: "Smoking is strictly prohibited on Shell forecourts."

What are you doing Mr Young?

Obviously, it's a very difficult time for the ex-Strictly contestant at the moment.

It has been said that Will "squabbled" with his professional dance partner Karen Clifton before he dramatically quit the show earlier this week.

He was supposedly really fed up of the workload and the fact that she was telling him what to do all the time. Um, what do you expect when she's your teacher?

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A source has told The Mirror: "Karen was just doing her job, she was training him hard but in the end he just didn’t want to keep getting told off and corrected all the time.

"It infuriated him. They squabbled a few times during rehearsals and it left him feeling exhausted. He just found the whole process too taxing and didn't think it was worth such a huge effort."

After their first rehearsal Will said: "Karen is working me really hard. I thought we would do five minutes, have a coffee break, go shopping."

Karen, 34, sighed and said: "It's going to be a long day."

There have also been rumours of health concerns as, a few weeks ago, Will discussed taking medication and visiting a therapist to combat 'extreme hyper-vigilance of the nervous system' which left him feeling, at his lowest points, suicidal.

His mind is clearly not 100% engaged.