Why is Kym Marsh missing Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday?

Kym Marsh will not appear in the next episode of Be sure to come dance after testing positive for Covid.

In a statement released by the BBC on Tuesday (November 22), the broadcaster announced that the former Coronation Street The actress and her professional partner Graziano Di Prima will be absent from Saturday’s (November 26) show.

“Kym Marsh has tested positive for Covid-19,” the message begins. “For this reason, Kym and Graziano will not participate Be sure to come dance this weekend.

Be sure to come dance Logs mean they will return the following week if all is well.”

A spokesman confirmed this The Independent that the program will continue as usual, which means that one couple will leave the competition after a public vote.

Including Marsh and Di Prima, there are seven couples left this season.

The latest celebrity to leave the competition was Tyler West and his professional partner Dianne Buswell after a dance-off with Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu.

Marsh and Di Prima performed a paso double to a Rihanna medley of “Only Girl in the World” and “We Found Love” and earned a score of 33 out of 40 from the judges.

Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima at Strictly Come Dancing

(BBC/Guy Levy)

Despite their score being the second-lowest in the rankings, just above Ellie Taylor and Johannes Radebe’s American Smooth routine, they escaped the dance-off and were revealed safe at Sunday’s (November 20) results show.

Earlier this month, Marsh spoke about how the anxiety had impacted her time in the competition, claiming that having a panic attack hours before a live show nearly caused her to withdraw.

“It just came over me, almost out of nowhere, and I couldn’t go on,” she said The sunadding that she “always” suffered from panic attacks.

Be sure to come dance continues on Saturday 26 November at 7.15pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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