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Strictly Russian experts tell co-stars ‘condemn war or never come back’

Katya Jones and Luba Mushtuk, both from Russia, have so far remained silent in the face of global condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, despite Nikita Kuzmin, who hails from the war-torn country, speak out against appalling atrocities

Katya Jones is one of the dancers who is said to be being urged to speak out
Katya Jones is one of the dancers who is said to be being urged to speak out

The serious team’s professional dancers were accused by their co-stars of condemning Russia or ‘never coming back’ on the BBC show.

Katya Jones, 32, and Luba Mushtuk, 32, from Russia, are being urged by their dance colleagues to speak out against Russia’s appalling invasion of Ukraine, or come face to face with a hammer from Saturday night’s show , according to Sun.

The results show that there is a divide among the remaining dancers because colleagues Nikita Kuzmin and Nadiya Bychkova are from Ukraine, and have families in the war-torn country.

Earlier this week, the 23-year-old Kyiv-born dancer shared his relief with his Instagram followers after he revealed he has finally been reunited with his elderly grandmother, who fled Ukraine following a globally condemned invasion by Russian forces. .







Luba is one of the additional professional dancers on the show, and has yet to be paired with a celebrity
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Katya is one of the Russian dancers accused of speaking out
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Katya and Luba are being asked to end their silence over Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions, and several dancers have told show hosts they don’t want the pair back in the next series.

“Tensions are high and there’s a lot of strong feelings about it,” a source told The Sun, adding that Katya and Luba’s silence about the fight has resulted in a “bad taste” between the two sides. dancer.

Mirror Online has contacted a representative of Serious to Dancing for comment.







Newcomer Seriously spoke out in support of the war-torn country
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Nikita was recently reunited with her grandmother who fled Ukraine
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The article comes just days after the former professional dancer of the Serious faction, James Jordan, brutally assaulted Russian experts on the show, and criticized them for not speaking out about the atrocities. violence in Ukraine.

“I don’t meet many Russian dancers that I know and have even shared on the dance floor seriously with them [sic] openly spoke out about the war against Ukraine. But [they] still promoting himself on social media – very disappointed,” he posted on Twitter.

“They know who they are – not a post about that,” he fired.







The serious dancers are said to have split over their feelings for the Russian professional athletes
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The outspoken star was then involved in a heated clash with stern chief judge Shirley Ballas, as she called for solidarity rather than pointing fingers of blame amid the conflict.

“Dear James, it is not clear who you follow and who follows you. Many dancers I know have retweeted in support of Ukraine and are ashamed of their government. So much help for their fellow dancers So many people have spoken out and retweeted,” she wrote, prompting James to allege that she initially agreed to his sentiments in a previous tweet. there.

Mirror Online has contacted the BBC for comment.

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