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Strictly's Kym Marsh forced to pull out of weekend shows after positive Covid test

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Corrie star Kym Marsh has had to pull out of Strictly Come Dancing this weekend after testing positive for Covid. The actress, who is partnered with Graziano Di Prima on the popular programme, will miss this weekend's performance on the Blackpool Ballroom stage.A Strictly spokesperson said: "Kym Marsh has tested positive for Covid-19.

As a result, Kym and Graziano will not be taking part in Strictly Come Dancing this weekend. Strictly Come Dancing protocols mean that all being well, they will return the following week."We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story.

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