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‘Strictly Come Dancing': BBC Bosses Fear Axed James Jordan Will ‘Pull A Stunt' During Live Show

25/10/2014 10:05 BST | Updated 25/10/2014 10:59 BST
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James Jordan Arriving For The Launch Of Strictly Come Dancing 2012, At Bbc Tv Centre In West London. (Photo by John Phillips/UK Press via Getty Images)

BBC bosses are reportedly worried about tonight’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, as axed dancer James Jordan is set to attend filming.

The former pro dancer hasn’t exactly been on good terms with the show since he was axed after the last series and now, the BBC are apparently worried he could pull a stunt while the show is being broadcast.

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James Jordan

James is set to attend filming to support his wife Ola, who is dancing in the current series with Steve Backshall, though there are worries that James might have an ulterior motive.

A source tells The Sun: “He’s really got an axe to grind.

“He’s still disgruntled over what happened and is still fuming with the BBC."

“He’s claiming he’s going to support Ola, but there are worries he may pull some sort of stunt to disrupt the live shows to get his point across,” the source adds.

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Ola is dancing with TV presenter Steve

In the months since James left ‘Strictly’, he’s hit out the show a number of times, slamming the presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman and claiming that he’d rather watch ‘The X Factor’ instead.

In his most recent rant, James stated that this year’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ is "the worst series ever".

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