Strictly Come Dancing: Abbey Clancy may be all six-pack & no boobs but Peter Crouch ain’t jealous of Aljaz Skorjanec

by Nick Barnes
Strictly Come Dancing Abbey Clancy

Strictly Come Dancing Abbey Clancy, Aljaz Skorjanec

Things can get a little steamy on the Strictly Come Dancing dance floor on a Saturday evening, but Abbey Clancy has insisted that her husband Peter Crouch ain’t jealous of Aljaz Skorjanec.

Having some hunky dancer cosy on up to your model of a wife every Saturday and Sunday evening as they perform some raunchy & tension-filled numbers .. nah! I can’t see why anyone would get jealous.

According to the mirror, the model said: “Why would he be jealous? Pete’s been wonderful and he wasn’t jealous at all. He loves the show. I think he’s looking forward to having me back. We’ll be doing lots of dancing in the living room – we do that anyway.

“When I won, he kissed me and twirled me around – he’s amazing” – alright Abbey, save it for the bedroom.

Abbey Clancy quickstepped her way to victory on Saturday evening as she was voted the winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2013, but the Beeb has since refused to release voting figures – touchy, huh?

Strictly Come Dancing Abbey Clancy

Over six million people picked up their phones on Saturday evening during the glitzy final to vote for their winner, and Abbey managed to beat off stiff competition from Corrie’s Natalie Gumede and breakfast presenter, Susanna Reid.

Following her victory, the star took to Twitter to write: “Can somebody please tell me how this happened x”.

However, 13 long weeks of training may well have its bonuses for the celebrities and Abbey may have a newly-defined six pack from it, but she’s worried she’s turning into a boy as her boobs have disappeared.

Following her win on Saturday evening, she told the Huffington Post: “I’ve got a six-pack and no boobs, I’m turning into a boy.

“I’ve definitely toned up, I’m obviously not used to doing this much intense exercise. But it feels good, I feel healthy”.

She went on to tell the outlet that she hasn’t got a strong TV career behind her, but it has seemingly worked in her favour.

“I just think people are used to seeing pictures of me, I haven’t got a strong TV career and people don’t see me speak so much, this has been good for that,” she explained “People have seen what I’m like everyday and people haven’t been that negative towards me”.

Strictly Come Dancing returns on Christmas day at 5pm for its exciting Christmas special.

Nick Barnes

Nick is the Assistant Editor at Unreality TV, along with being a full-time Beyoncé obsessor! Email him at nick@unrealitytv.co.uk or catch him on Twitter @ImNickBarnes