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Strictly Come Dancing: Bosses will ‘axe any celebrities and pro dancers caught kissing’

The show is famous for its so-called 'curse'

Strictly Come Dancing will reportedly axe any celebrities and professional dancers caught kissing.

The BBC One show has put a number of strict measures in place to ensure the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t stop filming.

According to reports, bosses will  immediately remove any contestants who break the rules.

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Strictly Come Dancing will reportedly axe any celebrities and professional dancers caught kissing (Credit: Brett D. Cove /

Strictly Come Dancing bosses ‘enforce strict kissing rules’

HRVY, 21, who tested positive for COVID-19, previously revealed he’s looking for romance on the show.

However, an insider told The Sun newspaper: “While most of the pros are coupled up, there’s never any guarantees about what might happen.

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“HRVY has been quite open about the fact he’s game for a bit of romance.

“But clearly, in the current climate, we don’t want him mingling outside of his bubble or putting himself — or others — at any risk.”

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HRVY tested positive for COVID-19 (Credit: Grant Buchanan /

The source added that celebrities “caught in the act” will “face being chopped from the show”.

They said it’s a “case of one strike and they’re out”.

Ent Daily has contacted reps for Strictly for comment.

There’s never any guarantees about what might happen.

Meanwhile, Strictly is famous for relationships developing between the dancers and celebrity contestants.

Previously, comic Seann Walsh kissed married dancer Katya Jones two years ago.

In addition, Giovanni Pernice dated both Ashley Roberts and Georgia May Foote.

Seann Walsh previously kissed pro partner Katya Jones (Credit: Brett D. Cove /

Strictly’s coronavirus rules

Finally, Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton struck up a romance after her split from her boyfriend.

Meanwhile, executive producer Sarah James recently confirmed the show’s contestants face axing from this year’s series if they test positive for coronavirus.

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She said: “Unfortunately, if you receive a positive test, that means you wouldn’t be able to continue in the competition.

“According to guidelines, you would have to isolate for two weeks and that would rule you out.”

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