Strictly Come Dancing 2018 recently confirmed Seann, 32, and Katya, 29, will take to the dance floor this weekend with a Charleston, however they were rumoured to have been set a Rumba initially.
Following their dance change, judge Craig Revel Horwood, 53, spoke out about what viewers can expect from their performance.
Appearing alongside his fellow judges on The Jonathan Ross show this weekend, Craig spoke about the incident and the routine ahead.
Jonathan joked Seann and Katya will be dancing with a “sheet between them” and Craig replied “I think we might remove the sheet this week.”
He then added: “I wanted to see the Rumba, the dance of love, I’m sure everyone wants to see that. That’s one of my favourite dances, as well. You still have to act through it.
“But I think they’re doing a Charleston this week which is great fun, very splashy, very jazz hand-ish.”
Jonathan was also keen to address the so-called Strictly “curse” of contestants’ relationships breaking down once they appear on the show.
And Craig was quick to comment, the “curse” is more of a “blessing”.
Whilst he noted how Seann and Katya’s situation is “very very different because one person is married, the other one had a girlfriend,” he remained firm in stating his point.
“If you come on Strictly, some are in relationships that aren’t working anyway and people, I have noticed, that if they are in love or married, they end up being absolutely faithful to one another because of that love,” he declared.
It comes after the comedian and professional dancer joined Zoe Ball on It Takes Two on Wednesday night.
Seann and Katya addressed the situation in their first joint television appearance since the captured kiss.
Kayta said: “I apologise to everyone it hurt and it involved.
“But the main thing for me, is me and Neil are fine. I’m focussing on my job and doing it as a professionally as I can.”
Meanwhile Seann addressed his ex-girlfriend Rebecca’s statement and began: “First of all I would rather not be having to address this publicly but I feel like I have to.
“I made a mistake which I am very sorry for, I’m sorry for the hurt I caused, you never think about he extent of the damage you are going to do in the mistake that you made.
“I am not perfect, far from it. Our relationship wasn’t perfect, that doesn’t mean I wanted it to end the way it finally did.
“I am very sorry for that. It is also important for me to say, the people who know me the most, who love me, know I am not the person I am being portrayed as.
“I’m still sorry for what I did but it’s very important for me to get that out there.”
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 returns Saturday at 6.40pm on BBC One.