Kerri-Anne Donaldson, former Britain's Got Talent contestant, has died at the age of 38, according to her family.
Donaldson was part of the ITV talent show in 2014.
Confirming the dancer's death, her sister Cara said, "My beautiful baby sister is no longer with us and I don't know how to process it."
Reacting to her demise, Neil Jones, who was also part of the group of her super-group Kings and Queens. said Donaldson had a "heart of gold".
Neil Jones called Donaldson his "friend" and "like a big sister" on Twitter, writing: "Kerri Anne Donaldson - remember that name and please never forget it because it belongs to a woman who loved to dance, create and perform, she had the cheekiest laugh and a heart of gold."
Her sister said, "I love you Kerri, you're my best friend, we were inseparable and right now I don't know how to fill the void. Be peaceful and hold Nan tight."
Kerri-Anne Donaldson's cause of death was not confirmed by the family.
According to BBC, Kings and Queens reached the semi-final of Britain's Got Talent's eighth series.
It said other members of the group included Kai Widdrington and Neil and Katya Jones, all three of whom later became professional dancers on Strictly.
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