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Jacqueline Jossa has shared her sadness after the show she made her West End debut in is forced to close.
The former EastEnders actress made her first appearance in A Christmas Carol earlier this week alongside comedian Brian Conley and Busted singer Matt Willis.
However, owing to London entering into Tier 3 restrictions on Wednesday 16 December, the show at Dominion Theatre has had to shut.
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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2019 winner Jacqueline was playing Emily and the Ghost of Christmas Future in the star-studded production.
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On the show's official Instagram account a statement was posted which read: "It is with great sadness and disappointment that we announce A Christmas Carol will be closing from Wednesday 16th December following the announcement that London will move into Tier 3 restrictions.”
It then continued: "We are very proud of the show, which has played to sold out audiences and brought festive cheer to so many during this time and we would like to thank everyone for their continued support."
The 28 year old, who is married to former TOWIE star Dan Osborne, took to Instagram to share a photograph of the entire cast on stage, captioning it: "I miss you team."
Earlier in the week the mum of two had taken to the social media site to share snaps of herself on stage and described it as the “best experience” of her life.
She wrote: ”My West End debut was everything and more. First week done. Best experience of my life. How does life keep surprising me.
"I have to thank the whole cast and the incredible @freddie.tapner and the stunning @thelmto orchestra for being so so incredible and making me feel at home.
"You can still come and see us but be quick with tickets, it’s selling fast. I have put the link in my bio. THE ENTIRE CAST ARE A DREAM."
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne
The star had received many positive reviews during her time on the show and earlier this week she shared a few.
One fan wrote: "I knew she could sing but wow. Unreal @jacjossa."
While a second added: "An evening of beautiful theatre. A massive well done to @jacjossa smashing her west end debut."
A third explained that it was "pure joy" watching her on stage.
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