Nicola Adams

The Olympic boxer was forced to withdraw when dance partner Katya Jones tested positive for Covid last year.
The Olympic boxer had to bow out of the competition early when her professional partner tested positive for Covid-19.
It's the question on many fans' lips following the unexpected exit of Nicola Adams and Katya Jones from the competition last week.
The pair were forced out of the BBC ballroom show after the pro dancer tested positive for Covid-19.
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The pro dancer said she was "utterly gutted" their "special journey had to end this way", after she tested positive for Covid-19.
The Olympic boxer now has to isolate, meaning she cannot continue with the BBC ballroom show.
The Olympic boxer had two conditions for signing up for Strictly Come Dancing this year.
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"I was always getting into trouble with my dad," the Olympic boxer recalled. "Sometimes, I felt I was getting hit for no reason."
The Olympic boxer is set to make TV history during the new series of Strictly Come Dancing.
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The head judge even pointed out that she'd been partnered with a woman when she was first learning to dance.
The chat show star thinks same-sex pairings will “muddy the waters for the judges”.
Nicola Adams will make TV history as one half of Strictly's first all-female duo when the show returns this Autumn.
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