Craig Revel Horwood has given his take on the so-called Strictly Come Dancing 'curse'.
And the Strictly judge of 14 years reckons it's more of a 'blessing'.
While the supposed curse has been blamed for the break up of a number of relationships, Craig credits it with starting a number of happy couples.
He explained: "Some relationships blossom. I mean who would have ever thought that anyone would want Kristina Rihanoff? But Ben Cohen did and she had a baby with him so that’s a success story.
"Then there is Pasha [Kovalev, now with former show partner Rachel Riley].
"There is Flavia [Cacace, married to contestant Jimi Mistry]. We have had some amazing bonus that has changed people’s lives."
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, Craig added: "I call it the Strictly blessing as if you are there in that sort of parallel world and you are your own person with your own thoughts and intentions that is what is wonderful."
Meanwhile, Craig also spoke of Seann Walsh and Kayta Jones' kiss drama.
The pair were snapped sharing a snog on a night out earlier this month despite both being in relationships.
Craig said: "You have got to do the dance of shame.
"It’s the same as the walk of shame after an office party when you’ve tried to kiss the boss or got your boobs out on the photocopier.
"You still have to walk in on Monday and face the music. Do the dance of shame and you get a lot more respect from everybody."
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday and Sunday night on BBC One.