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Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden turned to her Instagram followers for advice yesterday and said she would be “so grateful” for their help. The 28-year-old dancer, who runs her own dancing school with her fiancé Ben Jones, ran into a spot of bother with her social media business account and required immediate assistance.

Amy, who joined the cast of Strictly back in 2017, spoke directly to her followers via Instagram story on Wednesday

The ballroom star and her partner were trying to upload a video they recorded earlier in the day to their dance school’s Facebook page, when they realised they had been locked out of their account.

The anxious couple could be seen on their laptop desperately trying to regain access to their main page.

Amy explained that “all our lives” were on the social media page as they had been using it to communicate with their students and share dance lessons during lockdown.

In view of her 157,000 followers, the dancer said: “Had a lovely day filming, now to what is rather stressful, because we have our Art In Motion Facebook page and someone has taken us off as admins, and now we can’t access the page.

“The page is still live but we can’t post on it,” she continued.

Going into further detail the Strictly pro added: “So that means we can’t now do our technique class on there. We got so much on there from the kids.”

Asking for help, Amy said: “Is there anyone out there that can help us? This is our dance school’s main page on Facebook.”

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Revealing that the couple had already tried to contact the site, the TV star went on to say: “We’ve emailed Facebook but as you know, they never get back to you.

“[We] Don’t really don’t want to lose our page. But also, all our lives are on there during lockdown at the moment.

“We would be so grateful if anyone could help us in any way,” Amy added before expressing her sadness at the prospect of setting up a whole new page.

“Otherwise we will have to set up a new business page, which we really don’t want to do, as we have so many lovely memories on the page of all our students.”

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