Strictly judge Shirley Ballas has received the first of her two Covid jabs.
The 60-year-old shared a clip of herself getting the first of two Pfizer jabs – the second of which she’ll receive in around three weeks.
“At last my turn has come to get my vaccine,” she captioned the clip, “I’m totally impressed with my clinic. Straight in, totally organized helpful in every way possible.”
And Shirley took the time to ease any worries her followers may harbour about the jab, saying she felt no pain, and urging everyone to get theirs done when they can.
The dancer said: “A little quick jab didn’t hurt at all. Friendly atmosphere with everyone on the same journey.
“I urge everyone young and old and everyone in between to take the vaccine. If we all do this together we can get back to some sort of normality.
“We are all in this together. @borisjohnsonuk @nhsengland #vaccine #gratitude #inthistogether #takethevaccine.”
And she was applauded in the comments for “using her platform” to promote getting the vaccine.
“Good on you Shirley for sharing!” one wrote.
Meanwhile, Strictly’s set to return later this year with its regular 13-episode series length.
2020’s show saw it cut down because of Covid, and with serious Covid-safe measures put in place by the BBC.
Shirley, Craig Revel-Horwood and Motsi Mabuse are all expected to return to judging duties, but question marks have been raised over whether Bruno Tonioli will be back after being forced to sit out 2020.
Meanwhile, some potential contestant rumours have already been doing the rounds.
Among them is footie pundit Rio Ferdinand, as well as Piers Morgan – insisting he’d take part if he could perform with pro Giovanni Pernice.