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Strictly Come Dancing queen Shirley Ballas joins the Sun’s Jabs Army and says ‘It’s a ten from me!’

STRICTLY Come Dancing queen Shirley Ballas joined the Sun’s Jabs Army and declared: “It’s a ten from me!”

The head judge, 60, quickstepped to a vaccine hub to rally big-hearted volunteers in East Dulwich, South London.

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Armed with a clipboard, Shirley said: “I was honoured to volunteer today for The Sun’s Jabs Army.

"The more people who can volunteer, the better.

"Let’s keep the vaccination rollout going.”

She said lockdown had been tough but there’s “light at the end of the tunnel”.

Wing Commander Martin Waldron, 63, leads Armed Forces teams jabbing up to 120 people a day at the hub.

He said: “We work well together.

"But we’re careful to make sure everyone has all their ­questions answered.”

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