Both stars were knocked out of the competition in the series after a great performance with a celebrity partner, but behind the scenes, professionals are said to be considering what to do next.
There are reports that the pair is considering working on various projects.
After Kacha Jones was also reportedly “threatening to leave,” sources claimed that “the boss would be worried that other stars could follow.”
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according to Sun, The pros haven’t talked to the BBC yet.
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The 31-year-old has had a great run with Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher and comedian Bill Bailey for the second year in a row.
But this year, South African and German professional dancers struggled with an early termination after rugby player Ugo Monnier struggled to achieve a high score on the infamous and difficult rumba.
However, Slovenian pro Aljaž, who is married to a former pro and married to It Takes Two presenter Janet Manlara, also scored an impressive score on Dragons’ Den star Sara Davies on Saturday night. Achieved a dramatic Argentine tango at the show.
Sadly, the pair was knocked out of the competition on Sunday night in a dance-off with Tilly Ramsey and Nikitakuzmin.
Emotional Aljazz said he would miss “exactly everything” and everything about his dance partner this year as the couple went to the dance floor for their final performance.
Sarah said she toyed her dance partner this year and said “every day” she talked about how wonderful he was and one in a million.
Professional dancers have also won the show at Abbey Clancy in 2013 and are still the longest male dancers in competition.
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Strictly's Aljaz Skorjanec and Oti Mabuse "tell their peers that they plan to quit next year."
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