Strictly’s spokeswoman announced that Kym Marsh had a positive test for COVID-19.
As a direct consequence of this, the 46-year-old professional dancer from Strictly Come Dancing and her longtime dance partner Graziana Di Prima will be unable to do a performance this coming weekend.
Kym Marsh has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokesperson for Strictly, who talked to MailOnline. As a direct consequence of this, Kym and Graziano will not be competing in this weekend’s edition of Strictly Come Dancing.
According to the rules of Strictly Come Dancing, if everything goes as planned, they will dance again the following week.
The news comes only two weeks after Kym revealed that she came close to leaving the programme after enduring a debilitating panic attack just hours before the live event.
It was reported that the television celebrity, who is 46 years old, and twinkle-toed star Graziano, who is 28 years old, consoled the television star after she broke down in tears prior to a live event that was broadcast one month ago.