Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas thanked viewers of the show for pointing out that she had a lump under her arm after test results were described as “concerning” by her doctor.
The Chief Justice previously revealed that “benevolent” viewers of the BBC One show had contacted her to inform her of the lump under her arm.
On Tuesday, she said doctors had received results “regarding” blood tests.
“The doctor said she thought my levels weren’t right, my hormone levels weren’t right,” she said.
She said her testosterone and estrogen levels weren’t as they should be.
“Overall a little worrying for my doctor,” she added in a video posted to Instagram.
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Ballas, 61, added: “Anyway, to each of you who started me on this road, thank you very much.
“I’ll keep you all posted, all of you.
“Remember that health is wealth, so I will be aware of these issues for now.
“With gratitude to all of you. “
His colleague Judge Strictly Motsi Mabuse responded to Ballas’ video.
“Take care of yourself,” she wrote.
In a previous post, Shirley Ballas revealed that fans had contacted her with concerns about a lump:
Show host Tess Daly commented, “Sending love to Shirley. “
Olympian Adam Peaty, who competes in the current series, added, “Send all my love and positive energy. “
Ballas had already had two cancer attacks, telling the Mirror that she discovered a lump on his shoulder last June.
She also spoke publicly about having a family history of breast cancer, which prompted her to remove her implants after being warned that they could block any signs detected.