HEAD judge Shirley Ballas has prompted fears among fans that she may be leaving Strictly Come Dancing.
The 61-year-old admitted she does not feel “settled” in the UK and has lots of ambitions that could see her move back to the US.
As Strictly returns to TV screens tonight, she said: “I don’t think I will ever be settled.
“My heart is torn because my son lives in Los Angeles with his beautiful wife and I know they are going to start a family at some point.
“So do I want to be a part of those children’s lives? Of course I do.
“So it is just figuring out, am I here for the run of Strictly? Shall I spend some more time there? How do I balance it with everything that’s going on? It is all balance.
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