Shirley Ballas

Bruno Tonioli and Anton Du Beke have both said they want to judge this year's series.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge was told by her doctor that the level of testosterone in her body was “the highest she’s seen in a female”.
The BBC show’s head judge has made a hospital appointment “to check certain odd things happening in my body”.
The head judge said her co-star made comments that "he thought were funny and I didn’t".
Motsi has said the issues faced by Shirley Ballas on the panel are indicative of a bigger problem for women.
"The choices I make aren’t just important for myself but for the audience. The show must go on.”
“I am going backwards and forwards to the hospital all the time. I feel I seem to be getting sicker by the minute,” the Strictly judge said.
The good news is that the Head Judge has promised "13 weeks of pure joy".
The Strictly Come Dancing judge has spoken out about the severity of her Covid-19 experience.
"Support other women. PERIOD!!" the Strictly Come Dancing judge wrote on Instagram.