Strictly Come Dancing professional Dianne Buswell, 29, told fans not be “alarmed” as she showed needles in her arm. In view of her 747,000 followers, she began: “Right last night went really well, but I need some physio this morning.” She then turned the camera to the tour’s physiotherapist, adding: “So look who has come to the rescue.” Dianne, who is dating Joe Sugg, 27, informed fans she was receiving Cryotherapy before showing her fans multiple needles in her arm.
She could be heard saying: “Look what else he has done, he has put some needles in my arm.”
But assuring her fans she is fine, she added: “Don’t be alarmed, it doesn’t hurt, it feels good.”
Dianne’s video comes just hours after Strictly Come Dancing fans took to Twitter to lament about a change to the tour.
Fans expressed their anger after the tour cancelled the VIP meet and greet segment of the tour for the sake of the professional dancers’ health.
Fans paid £95 for VIP tickets which included a pre-show meet and greet with the professional dancers including Dianne, Gorka Marquez and AJ Pritchard.
Many took to Twitter to hit out at the tour, with one writing: “It’s a disgrace.
“Tickets booked for 15 months and they tell us now. This was my kids main xmas present. Cheers Strictly #strictlyprofessionalsripoff.”
A second commented: “Gutted to get an email that the Strictly Professionals tour meet and greet has been cancelled.
“My mam and nana were really looking forward to it, they are gunna be well gutted, the tour due to start tomorrow, not very professional #StrictlyProfessionals #StrictlyComeDancing.”
A third penned: “@bbcstrictly absolutely disgusted that the meet and greet has been cancelled on the strictly professionals tour.
“A £50 refund does not even cover the disappointment that my mam will now feel after having the tickets booked almost 2 years!”
A Strictly Come Dancing tour spokesperson confirmed the segment had been cancelled and said those who purchased the VIP ticket will get a refund.
They added reasons for the cancellation is due to “a duty of care to the performers”.
They told the Daily Mail: “Unfortunately, the Meet and Greet offered as part of the VIP ticket will no longer go ahead.
“The producers of the tour apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, and will issue ticket holders a refund for the Meet and Greet element of their ticket. They will also receive a VIP Goody Bag.’
“This is to ensure the health and well-being of the performers. A duty of care to the performers and the tour must come first.”
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Strictly Come Dancing for comment.