The Chase's Anne Hegerty has been forced to miss a whole series of spin-off quiz show Beat The Chasers.
The Governess will sadly be missing from the next series of the ITV hit after catching Covid.
The former I'm A Celebrity star has had to swerve filming alongside her fellow Chasers Mark Labbett, Jenny Ryan, Paul Sinha, Shaun Wallace and Darragh Ennis, and took to Twitter to reveal who would be replacing her.
Anne, 63, said she's doing her best to remain upbeat and will be tuning in to see Issa Shultz, from the Australian version of The Chase, take her place temporarily.
She wrote: "Unfortunately I’ve contracted Covid-19 so won’t be filming this series of #BeatTheChasers.
"The fantastic @Issa25 will be stepping in for me and I’m looking forward to watching the series when it’s on air later this year. I feel fine, but I'm still positive! (in all respects)".
One of her followers joked: "I wonder if Issa has been given a 'How To Survive Bradley Walsh' manual yet?"
Another told her: "Was in the audience for a recording yesterday and we definitely all missed our beloved Frosty Knickers, but Issa is absolutely awesome and was lovely to see him in action. Glad you're feeling well though."
As her followers shared their stories about avoiding Covid for two years before catching it, Anne added: "Yes, I too had swerved it for two years, assumed it was just a cold, did an LFT to be on the safe side ..."
Last year, Anne revealed that she'd given up on relationships after realising how "brilliant" being single is.
She told the Mirror: "I still get attracted to people, but there’s no point in pursuing it.
"Quite apart from the fact that I’m probably not his type... I’m going to leave him very baffled and wondering what he’s done wrong. I love being isolated.
"It’s brilliant. I really don’t feel I’m missing out on relationships. I’m doing fine."
And she says that when her friends complain to her about being in bad relationships, she tells them "just be on your own".
* The Chase airs weekdays at 5pm on ITV