Strictly slammed for putting contestants’ relationships at risk in fiery GMB row

Strictly Come Dancing has come under fire for being 'too sexy' as the drama surrounding the infamous 'curse' rumbles on.

With news that professional dancers Neil and Katya Jones were the latest casualty of the curse, a Good Morning Britain debate called out the show for putting contestants' relationships at risk.

TOWIE star Chloe Meadows said taking part was like "tempting fate" and would struggle to trust her other half not to fall for his professional partner after spending so much time training.

Whereas Melinda Messenger said that the relationships that happened following an appearance on the show, revealed the lack of integrity of the celebrities and professionals.

Melinda said: "You can't have integrity and have an affair, the two don't go together. Because at the end of the day we know how intimacy is formed, nobody is an 'innocent' victim."

Chloe countered: "It's forced on the show. Intimacy has to happen on Strictly though."

A frustrated Melinda disagreed saying: "It doesn't!"

Presenter Richard Madelely suggested that because "humans are sexual beings" and are "sexually active until the day we day", some contestants can't resist the urge.

But the former model, who took part in Dancing on Ice in 2009, said: "But they are also professionals and doing their job. They are not sirens luring people to their death."

She added: "If you respect your partner and love them it's your job to hold those boundaries and not let it happen."

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