The BBC have announced plans to film a tribute to the late television presenter - who passed away in August at the age of 89 - at the London Palladium, the place which helped propel Sir Bruce to stardom.It will be filmed on Wednesday 21 February 2018, just a day before what would of been Bruce's 90th birthday.Gorka and I know what the truth is.’Alexandra's appearance on the hit show followed the sudden death of beloved mother Melissa, a former Soul II Soul vocalist who passed away aged 53 in August following a lengthy battle with diabetes and kidney failure.And she admit's Melissa's struggle with the illness prompted her to spend more time focusing on her own health and fitness prior to signing up for Strictly Come Dancing.The circle hardware finishes things off with a stylish twist, and the fact they're just £39.99 makes them hard to resist.
The announcement comes as it was confirmed the man who helped make the show a success, Sir Bruce Forsyth, will be honoured with a special variety show.
She wrote last week: 'I've tried my best to just be strong and brush it all off but mentally it's taking its toll.' Alexandra also admitted the slew of nasty comments has left her feeling self-conscious because her '100 per cent genuine' emotions are being called fake.'Twitter seems to have given people permission to be incredibly hurtful,' she told Radio Times, this week.