Strictly Come Dancing pro Katya Jones stepped out looking devastated after reports she's been axed following her snog with Seann Walsh.
The Russian dancer, 29, made no secret of how she felt as she headed out to walk her dog on Saturday morning, sporting a Melania Trump-style coat that featured a not-so-subtle message.
The grey jacket was inscribed with the words: "You only know my name not my story."
It was notably similar to the jacket worn by the President Trump's wife Melania once, which read: "I really don't care, do u?(sic)"
Katya looked visibly emotional as she walked around stone-faced, after allegedly being given the blow by a member of the BBC team.
Besides her statement coat, Katya kept it very casual in a pair of grey tracksuit bottoms, a t-shirt and a some Adidas sliders.
The dancer, who is married to Neil Jones, went makeup free, exposing her puffy eyes.
While some reports suggest Katya won't be dancing with anyone famous this year, she is said to still be working on the show in a smaller capacity.
The married dancer was at the centre of a massive scandal when she was caught on camera kissing her celebrity partner Seann Wlash behind her husband back.
A source told The Sun: "Katya knows she is being punished for her actions and the scandal she caused.
“She feels BBC bosses are saying she can’t be trusted to act professionally with a celebrity….
“But producers were adamant. While they let her stay in the cast they can’t condone her behaviour…"
The publication reports that Katya was given the choice between stepping down from the main line-up or leaving the show altogether.
However a source has told Mirror Online that no decisions about her future will be made until later in the year.
If Katya does move behind-the-scenes for 2019, it could mean her husband Neil, 36, finally gets his chance to shine on the dancefloor.
He's never been partnered with a celebrity, but takes part in the group dances and the live tours.
It would be a massive boost to Neil, who stood by his wife after the cheating scandal during last year's series.
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