- Pair pull out from show on Saturday night later clinical direction on her foot injury.
AJ Odudu and her accomplice, Kai Widdrington, have pulled out of the Strictly Come Dancing last Saturday night after counselling clinical experts in regards to Odudu’s foot injury.
Odudu said: “I’m profoundly disturbed that I can’t act in the last because of a torn tendon in my right lower leg.
“Figuring out how to move in the course of the most recent 13 weeks has been a fantastic honour and to do it close by somebody as unique, patient and dedicated as Kai is something I’ll cherish forever.
“Much obliged to you to the Strictly family for the experience, the clinical group for attempting to get me in a good place again and generally, to everybody at home for watching and supporting.
“You’ve made this experience one recall. Rigorously Come Dancing has been a deep-rooted dream and I’m happy it worked out as expected.
“Best of luck to my accomplices in dance, John and Johannes and Rose and Giovanni. I will be rooting for you (on one leg!).”
The TV moderator uncovered the injury on Wednesday when she examined it on the side project show Strictly: It Takes Two. She additionally posted web-based media photographs of herself on a brace and delivered an assertion saying “the aggravation was intense that I shot heaved and as of now I can’t put any weight on my right foot without anguishing inconvenience”. Regardless, she at first expected to have the option to participate in the last.
Notwithstanding, Odudu and Widdrington have chosen to pull out as she has been not able to defeat the injury with clinical treatment.
“I’ve had ultrasounds, MRI outputs and X-beams. I’ve had two entry points to deplete the aggravation around my lower leg. I’ve infused neighbourhood sedative straightforwardly into my foot, I have been lashed up to an ice pressure machine for a long time,” Odudu said on Instagram. “I even inquired as to whether I could act in a clinical moon boot! Be that as it may, the truth of the matter is I can’t remain on my feet, not to mention dance.”