As the Strictly Come Dancing 2014 live shows kick off, some of the pros aren't happy with their celebs.
After three weeks of training and the smiles from launch night have definitely ot away, with Natalie Lowe in particular disheartened by her pairing with Bargain Hunt presenter Tim Wonnacott.
Last night saw the pair score just 18 points for their first performance, dancing the Cha Cha Cha.
Natalie, who was ruled out of last year's series, is disappointed that she has 'no chance' of winning the show.
"She was all smiles when she was partnered with Tim. She thinks he is lovely but she feels she has no chance of winning," a source told the Daily Star newspaper yesterday. “He’s the oldest contestant and privately she’s been telling everyone she’ll be lucky to last two weeks.”
Also unhappy with their celeb is Aliona Vilani who has been partnered Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace.
Yesterday saw Gregg admit that he didn't want Aliona as his pro partner and training between the pair hasn't been going smoothly.
The insider said: “Gregg’s a bit of a joker and poor Aliona doesn’t quite get his humour.
"Last week, during rehearsals, his trousers split and he wasn’t wearing any pants which she found disturbing.
“Last year she got golfer Tony Jacklin and was out first. She was hoping for Mark Wright or Thom Evans, not some disco dad.”
Strictly continues tonight on BBC One.