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Strictly's Dianne Buswell gives powerful four-word update on dad's cancer battle

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Strictly's Dianne Buswell has given her loyal supporters a health update about her dad, who was diagnosed with cancer last year.

Back in October, an emotional Dianne revealed that her dad Mark had cancer and she has been keeping her fans posted on social media about how he's getting on ever since.The professional dancer recently posted another update with a photo of her father, showing him giving a thumbs up from his hospital bed, saying "he is doing great".

During the most recent Strictly Live tour, Dianne frequently posted clips of Mark and shared supportive messages she'd received for her and her dance partner, Bobby Brazier.

She has also confessed that she sometimes felt "guilty" for leaving her family in Australia to chase her dreams. Following his diagnosis, Dianne admitted: "Being away from home and not being able to support and help your family in a time of need is quite a difficult thing so I did struggle a little bit last week in terms of that." Posting the latest update this week, Dianne wrote: "Loads of you have been asking me how daddy buzz is doing.Thank you for asking he is doing great and has two more rounds left.

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