Nadiya Bychkova addresses Strictly future amid Matt Goss exit

Strictly: Matt Goss says 'every inch hurts' during rehearsal

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Nadiya Bychkova has been a professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing since 2017. This series, she was partnered up with Bros singer Matt Goss, 54, and sadly tonight their time on the show came to an end following a dance-off against Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima.

Ahead of being in the bottom two, the 33-year-old discussed her future on the BBC show.

Through her involvement with Endospheres, she spilled: “I love being on the show – I enjoy every moment. I love teaching and I love dancing

“You don’t know what the future brings, but I feel very happy. I feel I am in the right place doing what I do best.”

On teaching Matt, the dancer continued: “I’m absolutely loving teaching him and getting to know him, he is really a very private person.

“He approaches every task with such care and as his teacher, this is just a dream.”

Nadiya added she also felt “lucky” getting to listen to Matt sing in rehearsals, which he often brought his dog Reggie too.

The pair, she continued, didn’t think about the rivalry in the competition, but instead focused on themselves.

Last night, she and Matt performed a Jive to All Shook Up by Paul McCartney in a bid to impress the judges.

Unfortunately for the pair they ended up in the bottom two against Kym Marsh and Graziano.

Despite a second attempt at winning over the judges, all four chose to save his rival instead.

Last month, Nadiya branded the panel’s comments “harsh” after they danced a Quickstep in week one.

Head Judge Shirley Ballas said that while Matt had potential, his performance “fell apart” and was “rattling”.

Anton Du Beke said he had great timing but savagely likened him to an “unmade bed”.

Speaking on Strictly: It Takes Two, she said: “I’m not the judge but I am a professional dancer, and I think they were a bit harsh to be honest.

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“It was week one. Matt did all the steps right and it was quite a full on routine, there was a lot of content. The Quickstep is a very difficult dance.

“The musicality was just on point, obviously he is a musician but to actually do all the steps correctly, and hit all of the accents in just 10 days of rehearsing something new.”

Matt fought for his place against Kaye Adams at the time and the judges chose to save him.

Meanwhile, Nadiya recently praised Endospheres for helping her to feel confident on the dance floor.

The non-invasive treatment has been proven to reduce cellulite by targeting the root causes, the unique Endospheres treatment improves lymphatic drainage and circulation, breaks down fibrous septae, relieves pain and inflammation and tones the muscles.

She said: “One of the beauty treatments I love is Endospheres, I try to book one every time I have a day off. I’ve been doing this body treatment for five years now and discovered it after the birth of my daughter to help me get back into shape fast for my training.”

“Endospheres feels like an intense deep tissue massage for the body, the combination of vibration and compression is great for lymphatic drainage and repairing sore muscles. I like the instant visible results, after an hour-long session, it has my legs feeling brand new.

“It sculpts massages and tones, leaving my legs feeling lighter, firmer, flawless and smooth. Not only does it make my body look good and feel aligned, but it also helps with my immune system so I feel better from within.

“I don’t like it – I love it!”

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