Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood will tell all about his rocky love life in a new book. His publishers have revealed Craig , at the age of 53, had signed a deal for a third autobiography. Titled In Strictest Confidence, it will reveal “fresh heartache over failed romances”. Choreographer Craig said: “It’s wonderful to be writing another volume. I’m told I should slow down as I get older, which is ridiculous as I seem to have speeded up.” The BBC star is expected to shed light on his bitter 2016 break-up with puppeteer Damon Scott , who claimed Craig’s life “revolved around alcohol”. After his accusations, Craig said: “With my other lovers and boyfriends I’ve remained friends. But there’s no way with Damon. There is nothing really you can do about it because there is a side to everybody’s story, everyone’s broken relationship.” He now makes new lovers sign a confidentiality clause. He said last year: “I have to protect my privacy.” Publishers Michael O’Mara said in the new book, which follows Tales from the Dance Floor and All Balls and Glitter, Aussie-born Craig would talk of “the pain of losing his dad”. But it would also feature his “trademark wit” and “a wealth of backstage gossip”. Craig added: “I have lots of stories to tell, many of which I hope will raise a smile.” The book is due out in October.