Rylan Clark-Neal has provided an update after professional dancer Amy Dowden and her celebrity partner Tom Fletcher tested positive for Covid-19.
The It Takes Two presenter confirmed that "all being well" the pair will be able to return to the dance floor in week three as he touched upon Strictly Come Dancing's protocols.
Speaking on Monday's It Takes Two, Rylan sent his best wishes to the duo and explained that while they'll miss the live show on Saturday, they should be back in the line-up for week three.
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McFly confirmed that Tom had pulled out of performing at the band's concert in Glasgow on Sunday after falling ill. Shortly after they confirmed he had tested positive for Covid-19.
Amy also tested positive for coronavirus, telling fans: "Unfortunately @tomfletcher and I have tested positive for Covid-19. I'm not suffering any symptoms but am now isolating at home."
They will now miss the second week of the show, and the first public vote-off, reports The Mirror.
Speaking to viewers on the BBC spin-off show, Rylan confirmed: "Now, unfortunately you may have heard that Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden have tested positive for Covid-19.
"Now, the pair are self-isolating separately, and they are also following the latest government guidelines.
"While they both unfortunately will miss Saturday's live show, Strictly Come Dancing protocols will mean all being well, they will return the following week guys."
It echoes the statement the BBC released over the weekend, which read: "Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden have tested positive for Covid-19. The pair are now self-isolating separately following the latest government guidelines.
"While they will both miss Saturday's live show, Strictly Come Dancing protocols mean that all being well, they will return the following week."
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