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PremierLeague-News.Com - Strictly Come Dancing's Janette Manrara accidentally kicked a dog in the face
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! BBC Morning Live were forced to cut cameras after Strictly Come Dancing star Janette Manrara accidentally kicked a dog in the face - which left viewers concerned. The professional dancer appeared on the BBC show alongside her husband Aljaž Škorjanec and the pair couldn’t help but show off their dancing skills. However their routine didn’t quite go to plan - while host Gethin Jones was ending the programme was when the incident happened. READ MORE:Love Island viewers launch furious complaints at ITV after announcement at end of show While dancing Aljaž decided to spun his wife around but unfortunately, Dolly, the dog, became rather interested in Janette and Aljaz routine and went to get a closer look, Liverpool Echo reports. (Image: mirror.co.uk) However, as Janette was being spun she accidentally kicked Dolly in the snout. Moments before the dramatic turn, Gethin could be heard shouting for Dolly to move. However, it was too late as audible gasps were heard when Janette's foot struck the Labrador. Cutting away from the scene, all microphones in the studio were muted and the credits began to roll. How to get free TV streaming Amazon Prime has thousands of original series, sport documentaries and films you can subscribe to watch here for just £7.99/ month plus a free month trial included.
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Fortunately, Dr James Greenwood, who owns Dolly, responded to viewers' concerns as they questioned if she was ok. He tweeted: "She is totally fine! Getting stuck into a chew stick on the way home. I can confirm she is 100% all good, no harm done." Read Next: Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters The 'under the radar' town that's best place to buy a home in Yorkshire now Sebastian Kalinowski murder trial live updates as jury hears how mum told partner to make her son suffer
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