Anneka Rice grabs Kevin Clifton’s bulge again on Strictly It Takes Two

Anneka was appearing on BBC Two's Strictly: It Takes Two, where she confessed her feelings about being eliminated in Saturday's show.

At one point, she accidentally touched her dance partner Kevin inappropriately and gasped when he felt something in his trousers.

Shocked, she looked down at his crotch and apologised, while Kevin looked to the camera and wriggled his eyebrows seductively.

"Not again!", gasped host Rylan Clark-Neal.

"I saw you on This Morning!" he added.

"It's his phone! Move on swiftly Anneka!"

When appearing on This Morning Anneka did the same thing while she was chatting with Kevin, who was forced to confirm it was his phone she was touching.

Movie week saw Anneka and Kevin perform a Kill Bill themed Charleston,but judge Bruni Tonioli said they "slaughtered" the dance.

"It was stopping and starting like a bad internet connection", added Craig Revel Horwood.

She was voted off by the judges with her dance partner Kevin Clifton after their performance failed to impress.

And Anneka blamed the song they were given by producers for their poor performance.

She told Rylan that she had not chosen the song they danced to and that theirs was significantly worse than the songs the other couples were given.

"I never want to hear that song again", she said.

"All the other songs [on the night] made your heart soar. But with our song…I'm not surprised people couldn't bear it."

"It was like an alarm clock" said Kevin.

Anneka added: "It was like being in the middle of roadworks".

"We don't get to chose our own songs".

She declared her love for her dance partner, saying: I love this man, he's the most brilliant patient man I've met in a long time".

The couple found themselves in the dreaded dance-off against David James and his partner Nadiya Bychkova.

Both pairings were tasked with performing for a second time, as their fates remained in the hands of the judges.

Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas, Bruno Tonioli and new judge Motsi Mabuse then had to reveal the couple they wished to save, and the vote was unanimous.

Judge Craig was first to reveal his verdict, saving David and Nadiya.

He said: "For commitment and improvement, I’d like to save David & Nadiya."

Motsi echoed this vote, adding: "I felt a more emotional show, a stronger couple – I’m going to save David and Nadiya.”

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