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Former Strictly stars James and Ola Jordon postpone tour that included date at Ipswich Regent

PUBLISHED: 12:25 25 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:11 25 January 2018

Former Strictly Come Dancing stars James and Ola Jordan are set to embark on their first tour together next year. Photo: Contributed

Former Strictly Come Dancing stars James and Ola Jordan are set to embark on their first tour together next year. Photo: Contributed

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Ballroom dancing husband and wife stars, James and Ola Jordan have issued a statement today saying that their forthcoming March tour will be postponed due to injury.

Ballroom dancing husband and wife stars, James and Ola Jordan have issued a statement today saying that their forthcoming March tour will be postponed due to injury.

The tour would have included a date at the Ipswich Regent on March 19.

Read more: Strictly Come Dancing Stars James and Ola Jordan visiting Ipswich Regent

The statement said that James had been injured during rehearsals.

A spokesperson for the couple, who were popular dancers on the BBC’s flagship dance competition, Strictly Come Dancing, said: “James will make a full recovery and in fact the medical team are surprised with how quick he has recovered so far, however to ensure that a there is no reoccurrence, “James’ medical team have strongly recommended further conservative management of the healing period which means the tour will need to be postponed.

Ola said: “We are devastated that James’ operation has caused us to postpone our tour as we were both so excited to dance together again for you all.

“We are so sorry to be letting so many people down, not only those who purchased tickets but all the cast and people that have helped work on the show to create something special.

“We hope you understand that health always comes first and hope for your continuous support in any of our future endeavours.”

All fans who have already booked will receive a full refund from point of purchase and should look out for future announcements.

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