Amy Dowden of Strictly Come Dancing has disclosed that she has received a second cancer diagnosis.
The 32-year-old dancer revealed in May that she had grade 3 cancer but was optimistic that surgery would cure it.
She claimed that doctors discovered "more tumors" and "another type of cancer.".
This means Amy won't be competing in this season of Strictly Come Dancing.
A day before she was scheduled to leave for her honeymoon with her husband Ben in the Maldives in April, Amy found the first lump.
Amy said: "I was initially going to have a lumpectomy, radiotherapy, and hormone treatment. I appeared on Coppafeel's external Instagram chat with Erin Kennedy.
"Unfortunately, after my mastectomy, they discovered even more tumors, so it changed into a mastectomy after they discovered another tumor after my MRI.
"Unfortunately, they discovered even more tumors after my mastectomy. Then they discovered a different kind of cancer. ".
Amy claimed she was "scared" when she learned she needed chemotherapy.
However, she continued, "the oncologist did say that with chemotherapy, I have a really good chance of a cure.".
Amy from Caerphilly, however, claimed that initially she was hesitant to undergo the procedure.
"For me, it was immediately my dancing. You could take away my boob, but you couldn't take away my dancing from me.
"That's what makes me really angry. ".
Amy's diagnosis prevents her from participating in Strictly this year, but she is "in regular contact with the team.".
She said, "The BBC have just been utterly incredible.".
Amy stated that her goal was to "continue dancing" and that she hoped to still be able to contribute in some way to the show.
"The oncologist told me that it's crucial for people receiving chemotherapy to move around. That was reassuring. ".
Amy claimed that Thursday marked the first day since her surgery in June that she was permitted to begin dancing.
She used Instagram to express her gratitude to her supporters for their thoughtful messages.
"The rest of the year looked very different from what was anticipated, but hopefully 2024 will see me through cancer-free, and I'll never take anything for granted and promise to live life to the fullest," she wrote.
Welsh love is constant. ".