STRICTLY star Karen Hauer showed her ex husband what he's missing as she sported a sexy cheerleading outfit just weeks after their marriage ended.
Professional dancer Karen, 41, and Jordan Wyn-Jones have gone their separate ways just over a year after they got married.
Karen showcased her cheerleading moves on the BBC spin-off show It Takes Two on Tuesday's instalment.
The ballroom dancer visited a competitive all star cheer group in Brentwood and wasted no time in slipping into a cheerleading uniform.
Karen showed off her toned abs as in the black and white sparkly crop top and shorts.
After learning the techniques, Karen put them into practice and was seen doing various jumps and lifts.
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Karen looked in good spirits, despite splitting from her husband a few weeks ago after just 16 months of marriage.
The Mirror claims they have broken up after going through a 'tough time'.
A source told the publication: “Karen and Jordan have had a tough time in the past few months and decided to split. It’s obviously very sad for both of them."
The insider added that the break-up was not acrimonious.
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They added: “There’s no ill-will whatsoever. The split is amicable, and they wish each other the best.”
Karen has been married twice before marrying Jordan.
She was previously married to Matthew Hauer for nine years but they went their separate ways in 2009.
Karen was also wed to former Strictly pro Kevin Clifton but they divorced in 2018.
She wed Jordan in June 2022 and they sold their wedding snaps to a glossy magazine.
They said their vows at Chewton Glen in Hampshire and later called the big day a "fairytale".
Karen has previously admitted she and her husband had couples' therapy to work on their communication.
She revealed: “Communication is massive, but learning how to communicate… we get outside help. It’s seeing each other’s vulnerable side, and understanding."
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