Tom Fletcher has shared a gross picture of his injured foot ahead of the Strictly Come Dancing launch show this Saturday.
The former McFly founder and singer posted the image on Instagram, showing his tattooed foot with a bandage around one of his toes and covered in bruises.
Tom, 36, wrote: “One day of @bbcstrictly filming and my foot looks like this.
“Having too much fun to feel pain! Don’t miss the launch show on Saturday.
“Can’t wait to tell you who my partner is!”
His two million fans were quick to respond.
One said: "I’m hoping for either Amy or Dianne!!! Honestly soooo excited for this year xx."
Another added: "Don't go lame on us! You're the only reason I'm watching strictly this year!!
In other Strictly news, both Tom and Adam Peaty have been banned from Instagram for “sexual activity” after posting pictures of them stripped down for a spray tan.
Olympic medal-winning swimmer Adam, 26, and Tom shared a humorous snap of them stripped down getting a spray tan to prepare for the upcoming dancing series.
Tom preserved Adam’s modesty with a strategically placed hand and some clever use of camera angles, while Adam grinned in the background.
But Instagram clearly did not find the image amusing as it took the photo down and banned the pair for “sexual activity”.
Adam took the actioning in his stride, sharing a screenshot of the message along with a crying-with-laughter emoji joking: ”Great, removed for sexual activity!”
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Adam added: "Mad how Instagram get to decide what I upload and what I don't. Community guidelines should be your community.
The swimmer also shared the image on Twitter and wrote: "It’s @bbcstrictly time! Hope this doesn’t get removed this time.”
Meanwhile Tom posted a comical image of himself holding up the black thong that he had to don alongside Adam for their respective spray tans.
He quipped: "The Strictly spray tans have begun…and yes, I wore these @bbcstrictly”.
Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One on September 18
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