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Strictly Come Dancing 2022 LATEST — Kym Marsh returns TONIGHT after Covid as fan favourite dealt a MAJOR blow

STRICTLY star Kym Marsh is returning for the Quarter Finals TONIGHT after she was forced to miss last's live show week due to Covid. Actress Kym Marsh, 46, began training again this week and will return to Strictly Come Dancing as she and pro partner Graziano, 28, perform a Cha Cha Cha for Musicals Week tonight. Meanwhile, former frontrunner Hamza Yassin's odds of winning Strictly 2022 have fallen away as new data reveals he’s no longer the show's favourite star.

In fact, online search trends analysed by Gambling.com show that Kym is now the new favourite among fans of the show. It comes as Will Mellor last week topped the leaderboard with his opening Charleston routine, performed with Nancy Xu - but Ellie Taylor was forced to hang up her shoes after being voted off. Read our Strictly 2022 live blog for the latest updates and gossip...

Henry Moore7 minutes agoStrictly fans all have the same criticism of Musicals Week Musical Week has long been a favourite among Strictly fans, but some viewers are getting bored of its commitment to the classics. And now, some fans have pointed out on Reddit that they would prefer tunes from something a little more recent. "Ah I wish they’d give some couples more contemporary musicals, these are all (apart from the Lion King maybe) quite predictable and similar to previous years," one wrote on the discussion website.

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'My time will come' Ozzy Osbourne, 73, breaks silence on health as frail photos worry fans
Ozzy Osbourne, 73, has broken his silence on his frail appearance in a candid interview.The Black Sabbath singer stated that his “time is going to come” but that he isn’t “planning on going anywhere” just yet. Fans have grown increasingly concerned over the past few days after pictures of Ozzy looking very frail appeared on social media. In an interview published four days ago, the ageing rocker was asked for his thoughts on mortality.He replied: “At f***ing seventy-three I’ve done pretty well. I don’t plan on going anywhere, but my time’s going to come.”When asked about what advice he would give to his younger self, he replied: “Stay alive.”When the interviewer quizzed the musician on whether he was “surprised” about his longevity, Ozzy responded: “Absolutely.So are a lot of people.”Ozzy has come close to dying before, after getting into a terrible quad bike accident in 2003.At 55, taking on the dangerous activity at his Buckinghamshire home left him with severe injuries.He ended up in a London hospital undergoing emergency surgery to correct a broken collarbone, eight fractured ribs that were pinching crucial blood vessels, and a broken neck vertebra.Reflecting upon whether there has been any lasting damage from the accident, Ozzy, who is also battling Parkinson's disease, gave some insight into what his health is like today.“Yes, there has,” he confirmed.
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