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Shirley Ballas’ Covid-19 fears

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.

"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."

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