Janette Manrara addresses social media absence amid emotional career update ‘We cried’

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Janette Manrara, 37, has shared how she decided to spend some time “off the radar” to enjoy being with her husband Aljaz Skorjanec, 30, as the pair prepared to unveil their virtual show Remembering The Oscars. The Strictly Come Dancing couple were left devastated after they were forced to postpone their tour for a second time amid the coronavirus pandemic, but are now excited to share their sizzling routines in an online virtual event with fans.

Just been a little bit off the radar

Janette Manrara

Janette addressed her 434,000 followers yesterday, as she appeared fresh-faced while relaxing at home with no make-up on.

She explained: “Just been a little bit off the radar, been enjoying time at home with Aljaz. Went for a nice walk today and enjoyed March 1. 

“Got some groceries, but a couple of exciting things. Number one, I’m going to be on Morning Live tomorrow. So come and join me for Strictly fitness.”

“Tomorrow is going to be our last dance with Aljaz and Janette for Tuesdays, because kids get back to school next week. So last Tuesday class, so join us, we’re going to make it really fun,” she added.

In a separate video, Janette revealed she and Aljaz had been able to see a sneak preview of their online show Remembering The Oscars, which will be available to stream soon.

However, the Miami-born star could not help but feel emotional, particularly after seeing behind the scenes footage, as the pair had really hoped to perform the show in person for audiences.

She continued: “On the subject of Remembering The Oscars, Aljaz and I got to watch the first rough edit of the show today and it was so exciting to sit and watch it. 

“Like it is all really happening. It is all coming together, there’s still lots of editing to do, but oh my gosh looking so beautiful. 

“Then we watched the 30-minute behind-the-scenes film and we cried at the end of that, because it was such a passion project and it took so much hard work,” she added.

In a post on her Instagram page, she shared a recent photo of an interview with Good Morning Britain’s Richard Arnold, where she and Aljaz had spoken about their latest project.

She typed: “We had an absolutely wonderful time filming w/ @tvsrichardarnold for our in-depth conversation extra on our @rememberingtour Stream! 

“You can watch the whole show, and you can also purchase some great extras like this one, where we delve deeper into what the show is all about, answer some of your questions as, talk about our careers, and our personal lives as husband and wife coping w/ this new way of entertainment! 

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“Make sure to purchase your ticket to our streamed show at: www.rememberingtheoscars.com.”(sic)

It comes as the pair will no longer begin their tour next month as planned, and have instead delayed its start to spring 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

All tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled dates and 10 VIP slots will be made available to NHS staff at every venue visited.

The 41-date tour will take the dancers to locations including Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, Cambridge, Portsmouth, London and Liverpool.

Remembering The Oscars will see the pair perform routines inspired by songs, dances, films and actors relating to the Academy Awards.

Aljaz, who partnered with radio DJ Clara Amfo in the last series of Strictly, said: “We are devastated to have to postpone for a second time what we truly believe is our best show to date.

“However, everybody’s health and safety comes first, so we know it’s absolutely the right decision to make.

“Equally, we are thrilled audiences across the UK will still get to see our amazing show next year, by which point we all hope the pandemic will finally be behind us.”

Janette, who reached the Strictly final with singer and social media star HRVY, said: “Like all performers, we are very much looking forward to the moment when we can all get back on the stage and put on a real show for everyone.”

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