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GMB's heated Strictly debate as guest says pro dancers 'don't deserve' to be on show after 'refusing Covid jab'

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Good Morning Britain has come under fire following a debate on Tuesday's show.

Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley were back at the helm of the ITV news programme and were joined by former Strictly Come Dancing stars James Jordan and Kristina Rihanoff.

They posed the question: 'No jab, no jive,' after reports alleged that three of the BBC One show's professional dancers have refused the coronavirus vaccine.

While James, who starred in Strictly from 2006 to 2013, said those who haven't been jabbed "don't deserve their right on the show."

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Good Morning Britain anchor Richard Madeley has slammed American rapper, Nicki Minaj, following her recent claims surrounding the Covid-19 vaccines.The rapper has found herself at the centre of a feud between Boris Johnson and Professor Chris Whitty following her bizarre claims.However, Richard was less than impressed after Nicki whose real name is Onika took to Twitter, claiming a relative became impotent after receiving the coronavirus vaccination.Following her posts, England's chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty said during a Downing Street press conference last night: "I regret to say, I think they know that they are peddling untruths but they still do it, in my view, they should be ashamed."Nicki, 38, posted a series of tweets

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