Angela Scanlon’s Strictly Come Dancing partner Carlos Gu was left with a bloodied face on Saturday, just hours before their second live dance.
The Irish star, 39, took to her Instagram as she shared a slew of photos from her grueling week of training.
The last photo from her carousel showed Carlos, 39, with a bloodied face as he wiped the wound on his nose.
The professional dancer appeared in the middle of a dance session when the incident occurred.
Earlier in the day, Carlos posted the same photo to his Instagram Stories, writing, “I had a bit of a situation today but everything went well.”
Ouch! Angela Scanlon’s Strictly Come Dancing partner Carlos Gu, 39, was left with a bloody face on Saturday – just hours before their second live dance
Injury: The last photo from her carousel showed Carlos with a bloodied face while wiping the wound on his nose
A clue to how he might have suffered the bloody injury could be in Angela’s statement, which accompanied her last post – in which she hints that she accidentally headbutted her teacher and dance partner.
‘Another week with this delicious crazy egg. JIVE tonight. Dear mother, it’s intense and brutal, but I love it and can’t wait for you to see it.’
She continued: ‘I have never sweated so much in my life… thank you for teaching me about the chicken hand, demonstrating the kicks over and over again and kindly taking an accidental headbutt (one a week) .
‘You’re the best �� we’ll be there tonight at 6.20pm x and tonight you can VOTE, so if you like it, do your thing. Thank you so much xx.”
The TV presenter praised Carlos as she shared a string of stunning snaps during their time on Strictly Together.
She included a few clips of the two training for their upcoming jive performance, but they didn’t let that stop them from having some fun backstage.
Another photo captured Carlos on the set of the BBC show.
The Oi Ginger! host looked radiant as she beamed for a selfie next to her dance companion, donning a stunning green sweater.
Pals: The TV presenter praised Carlos as she shared a string of stunning snaps during their time on Strictly Together
Gruelling: She added a few clips from the couples training for their upcoming jive performance
Looking good: Another photo captured Carlos on the set of the BBC show
Big smile: The Oi Ginger! host looked radiant as she beamed for a selfie next to her dance companion, donning a stunning green sweater
The professional dancer also posted some clips of Angela to his stories, as he wrote: “Saturday jive vibe is done x.”
It comes after Angela revealed that while she has embraced her glitzy Strictly makeover, there is one show tradition she won’t be sticking to.
The presenter explained that she had drawn the line at a spray tan during her appearance on the show after refusing to cover up her naturally pale skin.
She previously admitted that it took her 15 years to accept her skin color, and shared this insight during an appearance on Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, where her specialty was redheads.
She said at the time: ‘I used to wear it and I know a lot of redheads who wear it and are very uncomfortable with their pale skin – but not me.
‘I have been trying to recognize the fact that I have pale skin for fifteen years. You don’t need fake tan to feel confident. I want to show that the sexy feeling for me comes from being myself, and not from how orange my legs are.’
After ditching her fake tan for her TV appearance, Angela has now revealed she has become a role model for other fans with flaming hair.
She said The sun: ‘I feel really touched when I receive a message from someone who says that their daughter suddenly thinks it’s okay not to wear fake tan, because she saw me on television with my white legs out.
‘I never felt that when I was young. I’ve never seen anyone so pale on television, and obviously there are varying levels of that in so many minorities.
‘There has been absolutely no backlash from Strictly. If you want to wear brown, you wear it. If you don’t do it, you don’t do it.’
The Your Home Made Perfect presenter is mum to daughters Ruby, five, and Marnie, 19 months.
The bottom line is that Angela was reported to the police because the video obtained by MailOnline was uploaded to her Instagram account before being hastily deleted.
Angela said: ‘I definitely made the wrong decision when I filmed this video. I came home from rehearsals feeling giddy with excitement.
“That’s not an excuse because what I did was stupid and I’m sorry I let my excitement get the better of my judgment.”
In the clip, Angela can be heard laughing as she performs the dangerous sequence while the car travels at high speed.
A source told MailOnline: ‘Angela thought she was laughing and pretended she was on Strictly.
‘But leaning out of a moving car is incredibly dangerous and she should know better.
‘Her place on Strictly will not be in jeopardy, but she will be warned about her behavior in the future.’
No! The presenter has revealed she drew the line at having a spray tan during her time on the show after refusing to cover up her naturally pale ski
Delicious! Angela previously admitted that it took her fifteen years to accept her skin color
Stunner: Angela and Carlos dance the Jive during Saturday’s live show at Trouble by Shampoo
Angela made a promising start to her Strictly debut last Saturday, winning praise from the judges for her Tango routine to the Miley Cyrus song Prisoner.
Anton de Beke said: ‘The drama, the intensity, the involvement was wonderful.’
And Craig Revel Horwood added that although her arms were ‘a little bit loose’, Angela’s attacks were ‘fantastic’.
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