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CBeebies’ Rhys Stephenson is told to keep Strictly dancing moves clean to not upset young fans

Keep your Strictly dancing moves clean so you don’t upset your younger fans, CBeebies presenter Rhys Stephenson is told


CBeebies presenter Rhys Stephenson has been told not to perform raunchy dance moves on Strictly in case he upsets his younger fans.

The BBC star has been asked to keep his routines with professional partner Nancy Xu ‘PG’ – for parental guidance – rather than provocative.

‘There is a concerted effort to keep Rhys clean,’ said a source.

‘The routines are tame compared to other contestants because bosses are aware that a lot of young children watch Strictly, particularly on catch-up, and seeing the guy they associate with their own programmes getting sexual wouldn’t be great.

CBeebies presenter Rhys Stephenson has been told not to perform raunchy dance moves on Strictly in case he upsets his younger fans, pictured last night as they danced the Jive to the theme from 1980s film Footloose, securing a score of 32 out of 40

The BBC star has been asked to keep his routines with professional partner Nancy Xu ¿PG¿ ¿ for parental guidance ¿ rather than provocative

 The BBC star has been asked to keep his routines with professional partner Nancy Xu ‘PG’ – for parental guidance – rather than provocative

‘PG is what his dances are all about.’

What Mr Stephenson has lacked in raunch, he has made up for in scores.

The 26-year-old last weekend secured full marks for his routine which judge Motsi Mabuse described as the ‘Charleston of the season’.

He and Xu last night danced the Jive to the theme from 1980s film Footloose, securing a score of 32 out of 40.

The 26-year-old last weekend secured full marks for his routine which judge Motsi Mabuse described as the ¿Charleston of the season¿, performing on November 13

 The 26-year-old last weekend secured full marks for his routine which judge Motsi Mabuse described as the ‘Charleston of the season’, performing on November 13

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