Entertainment Shirley Ballas' Covid-19 fears

15:30  01 august  2020
15:30  01 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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SHIRLEY BALLAS - a judge on Strictly Come Dancing - has opened up about health fears as the BBC favourite revealed she was unwell this week ahead of the BAFTA TV Last October Shirley had her DD breast implants removed after 17 years amid fears they could be masking signs of breast cancer.

Shirley Ballas said that she will not be celebrating tonight as she awaits the result of a Covid - 19 test.

Shirley Ballas et al. posing for the camera © Bang Showbiz Shirley Ballas

Shirley Ballas fears she has coronavirus.

The 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge revealed she is waiting to get her results back after being tested for Covid-19 and has been isolating apart from her boyfriend Danny Taylor, 47, in the meantime.

Speaking as she accepted 'Strictly Come Dancing's BAFTA TV award on Friday (31.07.20), she said: "I broke my foot, so that is healing, I've not been so well with a cough. I had a temperature and this and that.

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Strictly's Shirley Ballas has responded to 'fix' claims after she and her fellow judges read the Lindy-hopathon scores off a 'blank' piece of paper following a technical blunder. In the wake of the mishap, Shirley posted a photo of her in a glamorous monochrome gown on Twitter and called the technical

Shirley Ballas set the tone of what to expect in upcoming weeks as she executed some of her best dance moves for the BBC dance series New head judge Shirley Ballas oozes glamour in a plunging fishtail gown as she flaunts her sexiest moves with Bruno Tonioli at Strictly Come Dancing launch.

"So I just took the Covid test today so I have to wait for 24 hours."

Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that 59-year-old Shirley's fellow 'Strictly' judge Bruno Tonioli could miss this year's series due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 64-year-old star typically divides his time between 'Strictly' and the US version of the show, 'Dancing with the Stars' - but the ongoing health crisis has made it a logistical nightmare this year.

A source recently said: "Things have been up in the air as everyone works out what is going to be possible. But Bruno has had to make a decision.

"There is no way to travel back and forth at the moment, so he's told bosses in the UK that unfortunately he will be staying over there.

"He spends a lot of his time in the States now, and the truth is he does earn a lot more from the US version."

Queensland residents warned to stay put as NSW logs new cases .
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