The soap star revealed she is suffering symptoms of long COVID after giving birth to a baby daughter last month.
Sadly though, after one big air-jump-off, we’ve already had to wave goodbye to Louisa Lytton, who recorded the lowest height on her jump. Louisa was up against Dean Cain, James ‘Arg’ Argent, Rebecca Adlington, Sid Owen and Tamara Beckwith in a bid to save her place in the competition, but sadly, she was pipped to the post. Speaking to host Davina McCall after being eliminated, Louisa, who tore a ligament in her hand during training, said: “It’s been the most terrifying two weeks of my life but I also had an amazing time.
<p>EastEnders star Sid Owen is making a return to TV as a contestant on The Jump!</p><p>Channel 4′s ski jumping competition, hosted by Davina McCall, is back for a third year with 12 brave new celebrities taking part.</p><p>Sid is joined by fellow EastEnders alumni Louisa Lytton, Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding, Holby City’s Tina Hobley and former Superman actor Dean Cain.</p><p>Mark-Francis Vandelli of Made in Chelsea and TOWIE’s James ‘Arg’ Argent will also take part, as will Olympic athletes Linford Christie, Rebecca Adlington and Beth Tweddle.</p><p>Ex-Westlife singer Brian McFadden and Tamara Beckwith complete the cast.</p><p>This year’s series will air weekly rather than nightly and boasts more live challenges and an all new Ski Jump for those unfortunate souls who end up in the bottom two.</p><p>For the first time all of the celebrities will also live together.</p><p>The Jump returns later this month.</p>