MOTSI Mabuse says that she is "gutted" at having to step aside from Strictly Come Dancing this weekend after she was contacted by NHS Test and Trace staff. The dance star, who travels from Germany for filming in the UK, will be replaced tonight and tomorrow by Cynthia Erivo.
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At home on the sofa, in isolation after testing positive for Covid, Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood had what can only be described as an epiphany about one of this year's more controversial celebrity contestants. 'I rather fell in love with Dan, and I didn't expect to,' he recalls.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood will be back in the line-up this weekend as Motsi Mabuse bows out due to being forced to self isolate as she was exposed to Covid-19 Craig Revel Horwood is set to return to the Strictly Come Dancing judging line-up this weekend after missing last week's show due to testing positive for Covid-19.
Craig Revel Horwood will be back on the judging panel on Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday - but Motsi Mabuse will be absent after coming into contact with someone with Covid Craig Revel Horwood will be returning to Strictly this weekend weekend after being forced to pull out last weekend following a positive for Covid-19 test.
She has been replaced by Cynthia Erivo, who filled in for Craig Revel Horwood last weekend after he tested positive for coronavirus. Another Strictly Come Dancing judge will be absent from this weekend's panel after being told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace. Last weekend, Cynthia Erivo filled in for Craig Revel Horwood, after he tested positive for COVID-19, and the actress will replace Motsi Mabuse this week after she announced that she will miss the show.
Cynthia Erivo will step in to serve again as a guest judge Strictly Come Dancing: Tom and Amy are eliminated from competition Motsi Mabuse will miss this weekend’s Strictly Come Dancing episodes after she was contacted by NHS Test and Trace. The Strictly judge will be replaced by Cynthia Erivo, who stepped in last weekend for Craig Revel Horwood after he tested positive for Covid-19.
She will be replaced by a fan favourite Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse is set to miss this weekend's show. It has been announced by 40-year-old Motsi on social media that she has been contacted by the NHS' Test and Trace as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for coronavirus.
Cynthia Erivo will be joining the judging panel for a second week Another Strictly Come Dancing judge is set to miss the live show this weekend because of coronavirus. Motsi Mabuse is self-isolating in her home country of Germany and will be replaced by Oscar nominee and Broadway star Cynthia Ervio.
The judge will be replaced by Cynthia Erivo for this weekend's Strictly Come Dancing Motsi Mabuse will be missing from the judge's table on this week's Strictly after coming into contact with a positive Covid-19 case. The judge revealed on social media that she's been asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace.
Motsi Mabuse has announced she will be absent from the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel this weekend after being contacted by NHS Test and Trace. The TV star, who travels back and forth between the UK and Germany, will be replaced by Cynthia Erivo, who filled in for judge Craig Revel Horwood last weekend after he tested positive for Covid-19.
STRICTLY'S Motsi Mabuse will be replaced by Cynthia Erivo this weekend after coming into contact with someone with Covid. The show judge, 40, is being forced to stay isolate at home despite being triple jabbed, and last week's stand-in judge Cynthia will continue on the panel.
STRICTLY'S after coming into close contact with someone with Covid. The show judge announced the news on Twitter, telling fans she was gutted to miss out. Motsi Mabuse will miss tomorrow night's show She confirmed she is double jabbed and has had her booster shot but said because it was administered in Germany it is not recognised by the UK government.