The comedian was yet another celeb to be hit by the Strictly Curse when he appeared on the dance show last year.
Seann Walsh was photographed kissing his married dance partner Katya Jones outside a bar back in October.
The story came as shock to many, as the 33-year-old funnyman was in a relationship with flame-haired actress Rebecca Humphries at the time.
Since the split, the 31-year-old beauty has signed up to take a role in a brand-new BBC Two drama, titled Trigonometry.
Set in London, it tells the story of a three-way love affair between roommates Gemma, Keiran and Ray.
Described by the BBC as “funny and full of sexual tension”, its set to become a steamy addition to the weekday telly line-up.
With filming and production underway, the air date for the saucy drama has yet to be announced.
Rebecca will play one of the supporting roles in the series, rather than one of the three lovers at the heart of the show.
She met Seann back in 2013 while they were filming the series Big Bad World together.
They were living together in their home in Shepherd’s Bush when he first appeared on Strictly Come Dancing.
When news of the illicit snog hit, the Norwich-born babe posted a heartfelt statement about their relationship, and the hurt he had caused.
It read: “Those pictures were taken on October 3. It was my birthday. I was alone at home when Sean texted at 10pm saying the two of them were going for one innocent drink.
“We spoke and I told him not for the first time, that his actions over the past three weeks have led me to believe something inappropriate was going on.”
Before adding: “He aggressively, and repeatedly called me a psycho/nuts/mental. As he has done countless times throughout our relationship when I’ve questioned his inappropriate, hurtful behaviour.”
After their breakup, Rebecca moved out of their shared home, and took their cat, named Winston, with her.
Seann since apologised to his ex, saying on The Jonathan Ross Show: “Obviously I was stupid and I was selfish and I was hurtful to someone that I cared about and someone that I respected, and I still care about and still respect.”
He continued: “I will always be sorry about what I did.”
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