Katya Jones: Single Strictly pro questions ‘where have good men gone’ in cosy Anton pic

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Strictly Come Dancing 2020 pro Katya Jones snapped a behind-the-scenes selfie with fan favourite Anton Du Beke, during their time in isolation together, and posted the picture online. The professional dancer, who separated from her husband Neil Jones last year, asked: “Where have all the good men gone?” in her latest post.

Katya was married to the fellow pro for six years before their amicable split and is now thought to be single.

“I adore this picture. I adore this man. @mrantondubeke,” she captioned her update.

“Where have all the good men like this gone?“ she went on to add, in view of her 172,000 folllowers.

Katya could be seen sporting her costume from their James Bond-inspired dance routine, which was performed when the dancers isolated together to learn and record the group numbers.

Katya wore a white hooded outfit, while the dapper 54-year-old ballroom dancer sported a classic white shirt, undone at the collar.

She also wore a wig with a full fringe.

The 31-year-old dancer signed off: “P.s.They are his real teeth, and this is not my real fringe. #HappyTuesday #strictlycomedancing,” referencing an earlier gaffe on the show by Craig Revel Horwood.

Strictly star Anton, who has been on the BBC show since the very first series, is well known for always wearing a suit in the rehearsal room.

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In this year’s competition, he was partnered with politician Jacqui Smith and unfortunately they were the first couple to be eliminated.

Katya, on the other hand, is making history with Nicola Adams as the first same-sex couple to appear in the programme.

The duo found themselves in the dreaded dance off at the weekend but after being saved by the judges, are hoping to come back even stronger this week.

On Saturday, they will perform an American Smooth to Stand By Me by Ben E. King.

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