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Karen Hauer breaks silence on ex Kevin Clifton’s romance with Strictly partner Stacey

The performer has sworn off dating dancers ever again, and is looking for someone who’s the “complete opposite” to her exes.

The 39-year-old has been married twice, first to American dancer Matthew Hauer until 2009.

Six years later Karen and Kevin, 38, walked down the aisle, but confirmed they had separated in March 2018.

Since then her most high profile relationship has been with oepra singer David Webb, but they are no longer an item.

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Kevin has wed three times to fellow dancers. First to Russian Anna Melnikova when he was 20, then to Brit Clare Craze.

They split up in 2010 and their divorce was finalised three years later.

He later proposed to Karen on her birthday, on stage during a performance of Burn the Floor.

He is now living with girlfriend and documentary-maker Stacey, 34, who he first met on BBC’s Strictly.

“Him and Stacey are a beautiful couple, I hope they have a wonderful life together,” she continued.

During her chat with The Sun, Karen went on to talk about their split, claiming “everything was intense”.

She recalled: “I was really jealous, but jealous because I wasn’t getting the attention I wanted from my husband.”

The BBC regular has said there’s “no way” she’ll date anymore dancers.

She quipped: “I married two of them already. I think I’m done in that area now, I’m moving on.”

Karen went on to dicuss her ideal man: blonde, blue eyed and tattooed with “a good body”.

“You always want to go the complete opposite,” she added, before ruling out finding love on dating apps.

Karen has been confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2021, while Kevin quit the show last year.


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