Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse has worried fans she could be leaving the show after posting a cryptic message on social media. Mosti, who first appeared on the BBC show in 2019, posted a snap on Twitter captioning it with “See you later guys! One last time”.
Strictly fans were left in a panic, thinking she was leaving the show for good, reports Yorkshire Live. A fan replied:”What?! Are you saying you are not going to be there next year?!!"
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Another begged: "PLEASE say you're not leaving?" One fan said: "Wait... what do you mean LAST?" Another fan wrote:"Please don’t say you are leaving Strictly!"
After panicking fans, the 41-year-old reassured them she’s not leaving the show, she wrote: “For 2022, guys." Her fans were left relieved as she clarified she was staying.
One fan said: "Thank goodness, was about to cry on Christmas Day. Can’t wait for you to be back on the show in 2023!! We love you."
Another fan was relieved and said: "Phew ... As thought you meant ... Love your positivity on Strictly, and your looks at Craig when he's harsher than usual." And one commented: "Panic over."
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