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Is this when Nancy Xu from Strictly breaks a bone while dancing and leaves a bloody trail?

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It’s possible that a still from Saturday night’s Strictly Come Dancing depicts the split second when Les Dennis’ partner Nancy Xu was forced to stop a blood trail with a tissue while being interviewed by Claudia Winkleman.

Do these images capture the moment? Pro at Strictly Come Dancing On the first live show’s set on Saturday night, Nancy Xu received a bleeding injury?

Following her Tango with famous partner Les Dennis to the Human League’s classic song Don’t You Want Me, the 32-year-old Chinese dancer and choreographer was seen stopping a blood flow that was visible behind her jaw.

Stills reveal that the duo did not make touch with Nancy’s neck during the dance, which dropped them to last place with just 16 points.

However, as Nancy said “thank you” to Les at the conclusion of the dance, they embraced warmly, and in pictures from that moment, the dancer’s bleeding body part clearly makes touch with the former Coronation Street star.

Following her first live performance, the professional dancer was seen walking up the Strictly staircase while gripping her neck, and spectators soon noticed the flow of blood.

She then appeared to have blood under her chin as she was seen holding a tissue to her neck.

For the first time since the tragedy yesterday, Nancy broke her silence with an Instagram post.

That’s Week One done,” Nancy wrote beside a photo of her and Les in action from Saturday night. I hope we were able to give you a small grin.

Though she remained mum on the nature of her injuries, leaving fans with unanswered questions.

Les revealed that his cardiologist indicated they couldn’t promise he wouldn’t “drop dead” on the show, which led to Nancy’s injuries.

I’ve got to keep my heart rate below roughly 140, and I don’t know whether you can do that in a 90-second really rapid dance, he remarked, explaining that he thought the Charleston would be the most difficult dance for him.

He told the Daily Mirror, “The Charleston will be a challenge, but we’ll see.”

“I mean, my cardiologist basically said, ‘I can’t give you a hundred percent guarantee that you won’t drop dead.'”

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