Oti Mabuse’s husband confronts her over Strictly partner Bill Bailey’s ‘dangerous’ move

Oti Mabuse’s husband Marius lepure has called her out for teaching her Strictly Come Dancing 2020 partner Bill Bailey, 56, a “dangerous” lesson outside of the training room. It comes after Bill took to his own Instagram page and uploaded a video of himself with Stacey Dooley, Judi Love and Robert Rinder.

The comedian filmed the trio dancing to WAP by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion behind-the-scenes this evening.

Oti spotted the clip online while relaxing with her other half Marius, who didn’t hesitate to remind her that the hit song “is dangerous” due to its racy lyrics.

The Strictly champion could be seen giggling with her head in her hands, as she said: “What did I do?”

In spite of her worries, Oti seemed proud of teaching Bill the words to the chart-topping track, adding in her caption: “Bill learnt so much! I love it.”

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Explaining the situation further, Oti sheepishly wrote to her 564,000 followers: “When you introduce Cardi B to @billbaileyofficial.”

The ballroom and Latin dancer went on to reveal she also encouraged fellow Strictly pro Anton Du Beke to listen to Nicki Minaj’s music.

She added to Marius: “I introduced Anton Du Beke to Nicki Minaj and Bill Bailey to Cardi B!”

“That’s a very good combination, that’s good,” he admitted in response as the pair burst into laughter.

Oti and Bill won Strictly together last year and have remained good friends ever since the competition ended.

Elsewhere, Oti has opened up about missing her family amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking on ITV’s Lorraine, she spoke candidly about being unable to travel overseas.

Oti explained: “The last time I had seen my sister was the Strictly final in 2019 and because of the travel bans I couldn’t go over to see her on her birthday.

“We usually celebrate together so because of Strictly that was the only family member that I could actually see.”


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