Every finger has been broken Karen Hauer has head in hands over Greg Wise confession

Strictly: Greg Wise once made himself bleed with wrapping paper

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The celebrities and their professional partners have already been busy in rehearsals but Greg Wise had a surprise confession for Karen Hauer in the launch show. As they chatted to host Claudia Winkleman, the Sense and Sensibility star admitted he was very accident prone which could cause trouble for the pair in future.

“I am a disciplinarian, I like to get the job done,” Karen told Claudia.

“But the most important thing for me, I genuinely want you to have the best time.

“So we’re going to work hard but we’re going to have fun.”

“Greg is it the right time to tell your partner just how accident-prone you are,” Claudia asked the actor.

Greg replied: “I honestly have made myself bleed unwrapping a Christmas present, true.

“Every finger has been broken. That’s all you need to know.”

“Don’t worry, I’ll take care of you,” Karen assured him.

Claudia added: “Not only that, you are incredibly kind, the group have bonded so beautifully and you’ve been making people and giving them jam.”

“Every contestant got homemade Damson jam that I made last week,” Greg revealed.

However, he went on to joke: “Poisoned, obviously. But they got the jam.”

Ahead of the live show, McFly star Tom Fletcher was the favourite to win the Glitterball Trophy.

Betfair marked his odds of winning at 9/2 with Eastenders star Rose Ayling-Ellis just behind him with odds of 11/2,

At the other end of the scale, Judi Love has odds of 25/1 to win as does actress Nina Wadia.

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said: “On the eve of the UK’s most glamorous show starting, Tom Fletcher is the 4/1 favourite to waltz his way to the Glitterball trophy, while Rose Ayling-Ellis (11/2) and Rhys Stephenson (6/1) are close on his heels.

“Adam Peaty is 10/1 to follow up Olympic Gold with the Stricly crown, while Robert Webb is 8/1 and AJ Odudu 10/1.”

Strictly Come Dancing is available to watch on BBC iPlayer now.

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