‘Can’t have that!’ said Oti Mabuse and Ugo Monye in response to a sensual Strictly display.


OTI MABUSE and her dance partner Ugo Monye were issued a warning by Rylan Clark-Neal during Tuesday’s It Takes Two over their upcoming sensual Strictly Come Dancing routine.

On Tuesday’s It Takes Two, host Rylan Clark-Neal spoke with former rugby star Ugo Monye and professional dancer Oti Mabuse about their next dance routine which they will be performing on Saturday. The dynamic duo will be dancing the Viennese Waltz to the song I’ve Been Loving You Too Long by Seal. However, the interview soon took a turn when Rylan had to warn Oti and Ugo about their routine being too sensual.

As they played a clip from the Seal song, Rylan pointed out: “This is a bit romantic.”

“It’s intense,” Ugo replied. “Last week was fun, energy and the rest of it but I need to channel that and internalise it a bit more.

“Last week had a story and a meaning.”

“No top,” Rylan interrupted, referring to the pair’s previous Strictly routine, as Ugo explained: “I’ve got more gear on this week.”

Oti chipped: “He’s got a lot of clothes this week.”

“Boring,” Ugo shouted before Oti continued: “No, I think this week is really important because this week is our first slow dance.

“This is the chance to show we have actually improved from the last big step we have done with our frame.

“But also incorporating a few more acting skills. A few more arms, a little bit of acting.”

“He’s got a new name this week,” the dancer added. “Mr Monye Waltz.”

“Mr Monye Waltz,” Ugo whispered back before he caught Rylan and his dance partner off-guard and gently cradled Oti’s face with his hand.

“How was that?” Ugo asked Rylan who had a surprised look on his face.

“Oh, the passion,” the shocked host told them before dishing out some rather tongue in cheek words of warning.


“You need to put that rock down,” he added as he warned: “Can’t have that!”

Elsewhere in the interview, Ugo and Oti spoke about their performance last weekend where they dressed up as characters from the Disney movie, Moana.

Discussing the routine, Ugo commented: “I loved it. I love the movie and I love the fact you get to dress up a little bit.

“But to be able to put the skirt on, the wig and my daughters getting to watch it was nice.”

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