Strictly Come Dancing star Saffron Barker was all smiles with her dance partner AJ Pritchard, days after vile hackers leaked ‘intimate pictures’ of her online last week.
AJ, 24, and Saffron, 19, were in high spirits after practicing their Pasa Doble to The Hunger Games soundtrack as Saturday’s themed movie week inches closer.
The pair looked fresh despite their long practicing hours but we know they will be giving it their all.
The vlogger has yet to speak on the incident which saw personal photos of her leak online but then again, she’s got bigger fish to fry.
According to The Sun, there are now increased security concerns over the social media star’s safety on the hit-BBC dancing show.
The intimate pictures were reportedly taken from the young star’s iCloud and shared across the internet yesterday.
They show Saffron in various poses in revealing outfits while on holiday, as well as of her in just a towel.
‘This is worrying as Saffron seems to have been targeted because she is on the show,’ a Strictly insider told the newspaper.
They continued: ‘Part of the security briefings have been about online security because that is an area that hackers and blackmailers target. ‘There is a fear that Saffron could be threatened with the pictures, or that other more explicit ones could also have been stolen.’
It’s a good thing Saffron is surrounded by chipper people like AJ to keep her smiling.
The two will be dancing to Everybody Wants To Rule The World, originally by Tears For Fears but covered by Lorde for the Hunger Games movies.
Anneka and Kevin will dance the Charleston to Woo Hoo by The 5, 6, 7, 8’s. The song was featured in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill.
Emma Aljaz will be the only couple to dance the Foxtrot to Downton Abbey – as featured in the show – by John Lunn.
And Will and Janette will also dance the Paso Doble to the theme song of Pokemon’s Gotta Catch ‘Em All.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday night on BBC One at 6:40pm.
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