Shirley Ballas is ‘overjoyed’ that her mother Audrey, 84, would be moving in with her and her partner Danny.


Shirley Ballas is ‘overjoyed’ that her mother Audrey, 84, would be moving in with her and her partner Danny.

SHIRLEY BALLAS expressed her delight that her mother will be permanently living with her and boyfriend Danny Taylor after inquiring whether it would be OK if she moved in with them.

Shirley Ballas, 61, has announced that her 84-year-old mother Audrey Rich will be moving in with her, and she is overjoyed. The Strictly Come Dancing judge presently lives with her partner Danny Taylor, and she claims she is “unconcerned” about his reaction.

She’s a proud 84-year-old woman who follows a morning regimen.

Shirley Ballas is a character in the film Shirley Ballas

In 2018, she met actor Danny while performing in a pantomime together.

Audrey was diagnosed with colon cancer three years ago, but Shirley assured Audrey that everything is “in control.”

The former dancer continued in a new interview: “‘I think I’m ready to move in with you, dear,’ she just told me.

“I’ve got enough of this housework!” she exclaimed, laughing.

“At 84, she is quite proud, and she has a morning routine.

“She gets up, puts on her rollers, quiffes her hair, and puts on her make-up.

“And she just asked, ‘How would you feel if I moved in with you?'””

Shirley went on to praise her mother, describing her as a “big part of my life.”

“I can’t think of anything more excited,” she exclaimed, before explaining that her mother was worried about Danny’s reaction.

“She said, ‘I’m a little concerned about Danny’s reaction?'” Shirley recalled something.

“Well, I love him deeply, but it’s not about what he thinks; it’s about what you want,” I explained.

I’m honored that she chose to live with me rather than in a facility.”

Shirley, on the other hand, misjudged the quantity of belongings her mother possessed and was determined to take everything with her.

“We’re putting her in a box; my house looks like a store!” said the judge.

“I have more trinkets, and every shoe and piece of clothes has a story to tell.

“I suggested that we send it to Oxfam, but they responded, ‘No, we have to have it all!'”


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