Strictly stars enjoy one last wild night out before knuckling down for new series

The launch of BBC Strictly Come Dancing is only days away – and the stars of the show have been taking their final chance to let loose before the hard work starts.

As Strictly professionals prepare for the return of the much-loved TV show, even exes Neil and Katya Jones put their differences aside and were amongst the group partying the night away together with make-up artist Lisa Armstrong.

The pro-dancer and It Takes Two host Janette Manrara shared the images to her Instagram account which showed cast members smiling and having fun together.

Neil and Katya could be seen drinking with friends. The former couple were married for six years but split in 2019 following the Strictly curse striking their relationship when Katya became embroiled in kissing scandal involving 36-year-old comedian Seann Walsh.

The exes have remained close since their divorce and everyone looked to be in a good mood. Janette captions the picture: "About last night…. Dirty 30 Celebrations for @summerdyason w/ some of my faves!"

Lisa , 45, is of course the former wife of Ant McPartlin, and was seen beaming with with her colleagues in the wake of her ex-husband's recently celebrating his one year wedding anniversary with new wife Anne-Marie Corbett.


Strictly Come Dancing returns on September 17 and a pre-recorded launch show is being recorded this Wednesday where it's believed the weekend of September 10 could see this episode air.

Stars who will be taking part this year include Kym Marsh, Fleur East and Loose Women's Kaye Adams.

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