Has anyone checked if the Strictly studio is built on an ancient Indian burial ground? Or has a disgruntled crewmember started compiling voodoo dolls? For there is a curse afoot, and not the usual home-wrecking one, with this drama-laden series beginning to resemble And Then There Were None. Injuries befalling Anastacia, Greg, Tameka and now Laura – the latter made more alarming by Giovanni appearing in a funeral suit. Brendan struck down by a lung infection. Will’s unexplained withdrawal. The sudden presence of that creepy ventriloquist. Add in Ed very nearly killing his partner on live TV, and Strictly now has the jeopardy level of The Jump. God only knows what may happen on Halloween (other than the usual bone-chilling wardrobe choices).
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