Strictly Come Dancing HRVY hit by BBC bosses after coronavirus error


Strictly Come Dancing star HRVY said he was read by BBC bosses for failing to socially distance himself.
The singer admitted he fell in love with getting too close to some of the professional dancers recently.

He said he was arrested by executives as he moved around the studios.

Are strictly very strict on security measures, knowing that one wrong move could see the series plunge into complete chaos.

HRVY – who tested positive for Covid two weeks before the show – explained that he had not been perfect during the first four weeks of the program.

HRVY and Janette Manrara keep getting better

Photos of him with Maisie Smith on November 13 appeared to show the pair right next to each other not wearing masks – certainly not two meters away, as Covid guidelines require.

“It was me and a few other pros going from studio to studio outside,” he told the PA news agency.

“Obviously, we do our best to socially distance ourselves when we walk around the studios and outside, but obviously when you walk and talk you don’t even realize it.

“But no one touched each other. I just think we were maybe a little less than two meters as we spoke. But also the cameras, when you take a picture of yourself it can make you look a lot closer than you actually are. ”

But he admits to having been denounced by the producers

He added: “But the BBC has warned us and everything is fine and everyone is doing their best to keep all the rules and regulations. We are all fine. We’re all fine. ”

HRVY, real name Harvey Cantwell, impressed again on Saturday night.

He and his professional dance partner Janette Manrara scored three consecutive 10s after their electric performance.

He is now one of the favorites to lift the Glitterball

Presenter Claudia Winkleman revealed that this was the first time a couple had swept the board for 10 seconds during the show’s sixth week.

Judge Motsi Mabuse said: “What an incredible night to come back.

” Unbelievable. I felt this music through you. It was beating in my heart!

“There are so many good things you did in there. We feel what you felt. It was priceless. ”

* Strictly Come Dancing: The results are broadcast tonight at 7:25 p.m. on BBC1


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