Dancing with the Stars has dropped an impressive lineup for their 2020 season, and though they may have pulled out all the stops with the glittering talent it seems other details may have been missed.
Australia’s reality darling, Angie Kent, has been confirmed as one of the stars sashaying her way through the series this year, but she has started out on the wrong foot - literally.
The Bachelorette shared an official image to her Instagram yesterday in which she is piggybacked by dance partner Julian Caillon, and fans couldn’t help but notice that something was missing.
Namely, her leg.
The 29-year-old’s left pin is front and centre while her right leg is nowhere to be seen.
"Why she only got one leg though?" one fan wondered.
"Where’s ya leg????" another also asked.
“Did it get photoshopped out?" one theorised.
The Gogglebox and I’m a Celeb star responded that the shot was just an action pic, but many were unconvinced.
One argued, however, that it was an action shot of the pair mid-dance.
“(Her knee is) bent at the knee facing backwards and his arm is back behind him to hold her,” the fan pointed out.
Angie herself weighed in, confirming the eagle-eyed fans theory.
“You got it girl,” she wrote. “It’s an action shot! I’m just as surprised as the lot of yas that I can even do an action shot.”
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The full lineup was dropped this morning to the delight of fans.
Confirmed to appear is Puberty Blues and The Other Guy actress Claudia Karvan as well divisive MAFS star Dean Wells.
X-Factor and Eurovision star Dami Im will also be resting her vocal chords to try out a foxtrot, and Have You Been Paying Attention favourites Ed Kavalee and Celia Pacquola will have to think on their feet in a more literal sense.
The kids are also coming into their own, with Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi and Richard Wilkins’ son Christian striking out on the dancefloor solo.
It is also confirmed that AFL star Travis Cloke has swapped the ball for ballroom, and finally Amazing Race host Beau Ryan is stepping into the shoes of a contestant.
Dancing With the Stars hits screen Sunday, 9 February on 10.
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