Kym examined constructive for Covid-19 earlier this week, which means the couple have been pressured to drop out of the upcoming dwell present.
In an announcement, a spokesperson for the BBC stated: ‘Kym Marsh has examined constructive for Covid-19. Consequently, Kym and Graziano won’t be collaborating in Strictly Come Dancing this weekend.’
They added that the steerage surrounding constructive coronavirus instances implies that if Kym is unfavorable by the next week, she ought to have the ability to come again.
‘Strictly Come Dancing protocols imply that every one being nicely, they’ll return the next week,’ they stated.
And now Graziano has promised they’ll be stronger than earlier than, as he took to his Instagram tales to write down: ‘We shall be again.. Stronger than earlier than’ together with an image of the pair dancing the Paso Doble and a clip of Sia’s Unstoppable.
This 12 months, a number of of the earlier restrictions put in place on Strictly on account of the pandemic have been eliminated, together with plastic boundaries between the judges and the absence of a studio viewers.
After their efficiency final Saturday in the course of the iconic return to Blackpool, Graziano and Kym landed the underside of the leaderboard with a rating of 33 out of a potential 40, however they managed to keep away from the dance-off.
As a substitute, Tyler West and Dianne Buswell landed within the backside two reverse Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu, with the previous pair being the chosen couple to be despatched house by the judges.
After discovering out they’d made it by previous Blackpool week, Kym and Graziano shared a joint submit on Instagram with a caption that learn: ‘We’re by week 10!!
‘We’re on cloud 9, THANK YOU THANK you a lot!! We live a dream with open eyes!! A lot like to you all!! preserve supporting us please and.. KEEP DANCING.’
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday and Sunday on BBC One.
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