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Strictly Come Dancing 2022 LATEST — Kym Marsh returns TONIGHT after Covid as fan favourite dealt a MAJOR blow

STRICTLY star Kym Marsh is returning for the Quarter Finals TONIGHT after she was forced to miss last's live show week due to Covid. Actress Kym Marsh, 46, began training again this week and will return to Strictly Come Dancing as she and pro partner Graziano, 28, perform a Cha Cha Cha for Musicals Week tonight. Meanwhile, former frontrunner Hamza Yassin's odds of winning Strictly 2022 have fallen away as new data reveals he’s no longer the show's favourite star.

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Will Mellor sparks 'worry' and Strictly final doubts from James Jordan 'Peaked too early'
James said: “I did, and I worry about that because I think that dance particularly suited him and it was so impressive for the first week.“I’m just not sure if we'll see Will in the final unless he delivers another 'Week One' moment sometime soon,” James added to Hello! magazine.Will recently opened up about how his father's death motivated him to go on Strictly and “create memories”.Appearing on This Morning last week, Will discussed his journey on the BBC contest with dance partner Nancy Xu.He candidly shared with hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield how "horrendous" it was to lose his father, Bill Mellor, from cancer and how it gave him the drive to sign up for Strictly.The actor said the show has given his mother, Shirley Mellor, something to focus on which is why he grabbed the opportunity to take part in the competition by the horns.Reflecting on losing his father, Will began: "It was a horrendous time for me and my family, as anyone who has lost someone will know. "You're left with memories and you know what, I just thought he lives in me now and I am just going to create memories."I am going to say yes to more things and I am just going to grab life and run with it, and do it in his name."Will explained his father's death has "really changed" his outlook on life.He also opened up about wanting to help his mother deal with her grief through his Strictly routines each week as he hopes to remain in the competition for as long as possible.  "For my mum, she lost my dad, her brother-in-law and her sister-in-law in one year, and it was such a tough time for us all," Will added. "But I was given this opportunity and I thought, I want to do it to create memories and look back and say we did that." Last weekend
Shirley Ballas addresses rumours that she could be axed from Strictly after viewers' fury
Shirley Ballas, 62, has been forced to fend off rumours that she is imminently expected to be axed from Strictly Come Dancing.The head judge took to Instagram to clarify how she really feels about claims that she is due to get the sack, following a backlash she has received from some viewers over favouritism claims towards the BBC show's male contestants.There was an online furore recently after Shirley was accused of expressing favouritism towards the male celebs, and could even get a bit flirtatious - something that Will Mellor has cheerily admitted he reciprocates if it could get him one step closer to the final.However, she insists that there is no truth in the rumours that she might be getting fired, in spite of a magazine cover suggesting otherwise, declaring the claim an "absolute load of rubbish"."Sells papers, I guess! @bbcstrictly," she groaned in her Instagram Story, in view of her 244,000 followers.Meanwhile, Shirley was also in the mood for publicly celebrating the long stint she'd had in the dancing world, musing: "Huge thank you to my legs for carrying me through dance for over 60 years."By the time she was three, Strictly's head judge was already showing an aptitude for ballet, while she began dancing competitively before she so much as reached double figures.Former Strictly panellist Len Goodman was one of her judges in these contests - and she went on to win the Latin American Championships no less than three times.Her supporters are right behind her - but she has experienced criticism from fans over beliefs that she unfairly prioritises male contestants.It was suggested that she regularly swooned over attractive men, calling Will "easy on the eye", while some fans were left devastated earlier this
Corrie’s Charlie de Melo gives ‘honest’ verdict on co-star Kym Marsh’s Strictly appearance
Strictly Come Dancing star Kym Marsh, 46, risked being eliminated from the show last week after being placed in the bottom two, but was saved by all four judges in the dance-off. Kym’s former Coronation Street co-star Charlie de Melo, 33, described the soap actress as a “force of nature” as he shared his honest opinion with Express.co.uk at the 2022 Inside Soap Awards on Monday.Charlie, who is best known for his portrayal of Imran Habeeb on Corrie, began by complimenting former Hear'Say singer Kym on her dancing skills. “I watched her yesterday - it was fantastic! Absolutely brilliant,” the actor confirmed warmly. Asked if he thought Kym had the potential to win the competition, Charlie replied: “Well, the standard is unbelievably high. “I’m not a regular viewer, if I’m being entirely honest, but I did watch the entire thing yesterday and a lot of people… “Hamza [Yassin], who I wasn’t aware of before, was absolutely extraordinary. Charlie added that another star to impress him with his moves was Will Mellor, whom he had overlapped with during his time on Corrie. “Usually there’s someone that’s there and people turn their noses up and they snort and they laugh, but everyone is doing such a good job,” Charlie reflected. “I love to see it, because I think Kym’s an absolute force of nature,” he added. “But I think it would be insincere of me to say… Because this year the competition she’s up against is unbelievable.