“Curse” is a term used by longtime fans BBC reality show series aimed at addressing the supposed trend among celebrity contestants to have romantic relationships with their professional dance partners.
“There was only one person I was allowed to interact with during the entire production that night and that was my partner,” says Walker, who recently filmed an emotional video to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the death of one of the boys. friend.
“I need someone to hug, and that’s literally. Nadia is great. She says nice things, and I feel so much better. We all need that sometimes,” he said.
Walker and Bychkova were eliminated this year Strict competition in round 11.
The BBC Breakfast The presenter went on to say that the “rumor” about their couple was “disappointing”.
“I know these things happen every year on Strict, and there have been cases in the past of so-called curses, and it’s just legend. But it’s just not nice,” he continued.
“Being paired with Nadiya was never a problem. Friendship is a blessing. And I think from the moment we first met, Nadiya and I knew we were going to move on. But I always recommend her on any social media videos I do as my ‘professional partner’ because that’s her job. She is very professional.”
Seriously come to dance ends at 7pm on BBC One on Saturday 18 December.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/dan-walker-strictly-curse-b1974949.html Seriously to the dance: Dan Walker condemns ‘disappointing rumors’ about the show’s ‘curse’