Zoe Ball was pressured to drag out of presenting Strictly Come Dancing’s spin-off present It Takes Two attributable to a secret Covid scare.
The 50-year-old TV host was additionally pressured to drop out of presenting her BBC Radio 2 present after presenting with coronavirus signs.
Zoe reportedly got here down with signs on Tuesday, was examined for the virus, and remoted herself away whereas awaiting her outcomes.
After spending a few days resting up at dwelling, the star was lastly given the all-clear on Thursday night time and is claimed to be getting ready to return to work as regular on Monday.
A supply near the star advised The Solar: “Clearly Zoe didn’t need to take any probabilities and adhered to authorities tips to the letter.
“After coming down with chilly and flu-like signs, she rang her BBC bosses who instantly suggested her to remain dwelling and isolate.
“A take a look at was despatched to her and Zoe didn’t need to alarm individuals by making anybody conscious.”
Zoe is claimed to have been “massively relieved” by her adverse take a look at outcome.
Mirror On-line have contacted a consultant of Zoe for remark.
Whereas Zoe was off the air – each on TV and radio – Rylan Clark-Neal took over internet hosting of It Takes Two, whereas Matt Lucas and Maol Rajan have been stand ins for her radio present.
Strictly Come Dancing and It Takes Two have been thrown into chaos in latest weeks attributable to Covid scares.
Contestant Nicola Adams and her dance associate Katya Jones have been pressured to stop the competitors earlier this month after professional dancer Katya examined constructive for the virus.
Whereas present choose Motsi Mabuse was pressured to isolate for 2 weeks at dwelling following an emergency journey to Germany – together with her judging seat occupied by Anton du Beke.
In the meantime, Rylan was pressured to overlook filming episodes of It Takes Two final month – in addition to his personal Radio 2 present – after he got here into contact with somebody who had examined constructive for the virus.