Strictly Come Dancing professional who was forced into isolation after catching Covid will be allowed to compete in Saturdays night’s first live show.
The bosses of Strictly Come Dancing have given the green light to the dancer, who has not been named, to return to the BBC1 dance show after he or she tested negative on Wednesday.That means the celebrity and partner can continue with face-to-face rehearsals but will only have two to three days to practice for their performance.It is reported that the pro dancer had been trying to teach their celeb sections of their routine via zoom calls.A TV insider told The Sun: “Strictly producers will be breathing a huge sigh of relief at this news, as losing a celebrity and having to replace them at the
THE Strictly pro who was forced into isolation after catching Covid will be allowed back to compete in Saturday night’s first live show. After testing negative on Wednesday, bosses gave the green light for the dancer, who has not been named, to return to the BBC1 dance contest.
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