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Strictly fans are all saying the same thing as Kym Marsh is eliminated after returning from coronavirus

STRICTLY Come Dancing fans think the right person was eliminated tonight as Kym Marsh became the tenth celebrity to leave the ballroom. The former Coronation Street actress, 43, was given a bye last week after falling ill with Covid, but despite being back to full health, Kym and pro partner Graziano di Prima were sent home after a dance-off with Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu. CBBC star Molly performed a Charleston to Hot Honey Rag from the musical Chicago, while Kym performed a Cha Cha to Fame from the musical Fame.

The judges voted three to one in favour of saving Molly, with Anton du Beke the sole Kym supporter. For the most part, viewers thought the decision was the correct one. One fan wrote: "I am happy with that decision.

Weakest of the night." READ MORE ON STRICTLYSTRICTLY DUMPED Strictly's Kym Marsh & Graziano dumped after tense quarter-final dance offcountry pile Inside Strictly star Anton Du Beke’s country home with rustic kitchen Another posted: "Right person went for me this week. Love Kym but I think she was the weakest dancer." A third said: "Right result, the competition was so good tonight, unfortunately Kym was the weakest." Craig Revel Horwood said: “It’s always so difficult at this point of the competition, because both couples danced brilliantly, I don’t want to see either couple go. I am really splitting hairs, but the couple I want to save, based just on the best dance tonight for me is Molly and Carlos” Motsi Mabuse told the couples: “First of all, I want to say to both of you, that you can be so so proud of yourselves.

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Strictly's Kym Marsh confirms hidden health battle that could affect performance
Strictly Come Dancing recruit Kym Marsh has opened up about her hidden health issue as she prepares to perform the Viennese Waltz with Graziano Di Prima on the show.On Friday night, ballroom fans tuned in for the latest instalment of the popular BBC Two spin-off show Strictly: It Takes Two.Beloved TV presenter Rylan Clark welcomed viewers back onto the blue sofa where he caught up with two couples on the show to discuss how their training has been going so far.READ MORE:Strictly's Nikita Kuzmin opens up on 'tough week' for partner Ellie SimmondsJoining the 33-year-old on the show was the Waterloo Road star who shared her secret health battle which she has kept quiet throughout her dancing journey.During the candid interview, the mum-of-four confessed that she suffered an ear infection more than six years ago which has permanently affected her balance and has since been diagnosed with visual vertigo.According to the NHS, visual vertigo is a disorder characterised by symptoms of dizziness, vertigo, unsteadiness, disorientation and general discomfort induced by visual triggers.The starlet is set to perform a beautiful routine to the song Runaway by The Corrs tomorrow night and it’s fair to say she is beyond nervous.One of the biggest reasons she has been struggling with this routine is because of the amount of spins which trigger the blonde bombshell to feel extremely dizzy due to her condition.She explained: “Well, you see, I’ve got visual vertigo.
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Strictly's Graziano di Prima inundated with support from fans amid Covid concerns
Strictly Come Dancing star Graziano di Prima has taken to Instagram after being inundated with messages of support from fans who thought he had Covid.The Italian dance star, 27, previously revealed that he was feeling unwell, which led to concerned fans worrying that he was suffering from coronavirus.Earlier in the day, Graziano took to Instagram to reveal that he was heading to the gym.Taking a quick video of himself in a mirror, the dance pro filmed in black and white as he prepared to work out.In view of his 161,000 followers, he captioned the story: "Let's do this!"The next story showed a flushed-looking Graziano as he pouted for his socials.He penned: "Gym + sauna = Feeling worse than before," alongside a crying emoji.His snap seemed to have sparked concern from his followers who thought he may be suffering from Covid.Appearing in his stories, the Strictly star clarified whether he was suffering from the virus.Graziano said: "Hey guys, I'm receiving so many messages like, 'Do you have Covid?' and stuff."No, I'm just tired!" he laughed."No Covid, no Covid, luckily," he signed off.His post comes days after his Strictly co-star Oti Mabuse bid him an emotional farewell following her exit from the BBC show last month.The dance professional, 31, spoke affectionately of their bond, a week after she confirmed that she was leaving the popular BBC show after seven years as a dancer.Oti's goodbye comes as Graziano reposted a message from a fan account.After a fan expressed their upset at not seeing the duo dance together again, Graziano shared the post, adding: "Awww @otimabuse."Responding to the post that had been shared by the Italian dance pro, Oti wrote: "You'll always have a very special unique place in my
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