Yorkshire news Strictly viewers blast BBC as Kym Marsh given free pass in announcement PremierLeague-News.Com
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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Strictly Come Dancing viewers have blasted the BBC for its 'unfair' Covid protocols after Coronation Street star Kym Marsh was given a free pass to next week's show. Making the announcement at the start of Strictly spinoff It Takes Two, host Janette Manrara confirmed that Kym and pro partner Graziano Di Prima will not be taking part in this weekend's dance and will be put straight through to the following week 'all being well'. At this stage it is not clear how the 46-year-old is faring but she is expected to be back on the Strictly dancefloor next week. It comes just two weeks after Kym admitted she nearly quit the BBC competition after suffering a crippling panic attack just hours before the live show. Read More: Martin Lewis urges every Tesco shopper to buy item for 50p before deadline Opening the show, Janette Manrara said: "You may have already heard that Kym has tested positive for Covid-19. As a result, Kym and Graziano will not be taking part in Strictly this weekend. "Strictly Come Dancing protocols mean that all being well, they will return next week. We're wishing you all the very best Kym." But many fans were unhappy to see Kym being given a 'free pass'. "@forrestjan said: "Sorry for anyone coming down with covid.
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. To be given a Bye, especially this late into the competition, is unfair to the other competitors imo"
Kym Marsh is competing in Strictly this year alongside her dance partner Graziano Di Prima (Image: BBC) @thegoodsaint said: "Nicola Adams & Kym Marsh. Why the different treatment by the @BBC? When Nicola's #Strictly partner, @Mrs_katjones, was said by @bbcstrictly & @BBCOne to have caught COVID, Nicola was kicked off the show. Now that Kym claims to have it, SHE's GIVEN A BYE TO THE QFs! WHY?" @herriford1terra said: "It's a shame for Kym, but also not very fair on the other contestants if she gets a freebie to the next week." @duncan23166541 said: "So if someone gets ill before the semi final, then they get a free pass to the final?" @bazookabonita said: "I hope the public vote is suspended for this weeks @bbcstrictly if Kym is ill. I think it would be unfair to skip to the next week at this stage in the competition. It’s been done before where the final had an extra contestant. #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing @emz_hey said: "To all the people saying that it's unfair Kym Marsh gets a free pass to the next week, isn't it more important that she gets well and has a speedy recovery from covid? Byes have been in use even before the pandemic and she probably wouldn't have went anyway. #Strictly" If you cannot see the poll below, click here Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC1 on Saturday, November 26 Strictly It Takes Two returns every weekday on BBC2. Read next: Meet the Yorkshire family with 130 cats who have converted their house into rescue centre The Sheffield pub run by longest serving father and son where staff and customers never want to leave 'What happened when I tried to buy 30 eggs from Aldi, Tesco, Lidl, Morrisons and Sainsburys' Yorkshire 'kind and caring' mum died aged 39 from 'silent disease' Get breaking news by email by signing up to our newsletters
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