Strictly Come Dancing's Anton du Beke opens up about Kym Marsh's absence

Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton du Beke opens up about Kym Marsh’s absence

Be sure to come dance Judge Anton du Beke has spoken after it was revealed that contestant Kym Marsh and her professional partner Graziano Di Prima will not be allowed to attend this weekend (November 26) after testing positive for COVID.

The professional dancer continued to speak out about Kym’s absence Good morning Britain On Wednesday (November 23) he told host Richard Madeley, after asking if Kym wouldn’t be competing on Saturday night: “So I think yes we have Saturday.”

But while Anton obviously doesn’t know too much about what’s going on behind the scenes, he does have some praise for the former Hear’Say singer, who has…Coronation Street Star.

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“She is developing beautifully and I love her dancing style so yes she will be missing this weekend as she has to go through the protocol. But hopefully she’s okay,” he said.

The BBC confirmed on November 22 that Kym would have to skip the show this weekend, saying in a statement: “Kym Marsh has tested positive for Covid-19. As a result, Kym and Graziano will not participate Be sure to come dance Ce weekend.”

However, that doesn’t mean the two are eliminated from the competition all together.


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The BBC confirmed the pair can return to competition the following week, meaning they will appear on the show on Friday December 2 if the schedule changes due to the World Cup – if they are healthy enough for it, of course is.

Graziano addressed her absence on social media on November 23, sharing a “get well soon” post from activenationuk on his Instagram Stories, which also read, “We’re still #TEAMMARSHIANO.”

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Anton also talked to me GMB about the possible replacement of the former Strict Head judge Len Goodman, after recently announcing he was leaving the franchise and no longer appearing in the US version, Dancing with the stars.

“Could I be the transatlantic judge? Well, you’re always just a phone call away,” he teased, but admitted, “I doubt that’s going to happen. No, I couldn’t…I would never choose this one over the one. I don’t suppose I would get the call.”

Be sure to come dance airs Saturdays and Sundays on BBC One while spin-off show Strictly speaking: it takes two Melodies on weekdays on BBC Two. Both shows are also streamed on BBC iPlayer.

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