We will look at Kerrie-Anne Donaldson death. We will look at her cause of death as well as her personal life.
Who was Kerrie-Anne Donaldson?
She was only 38 years of age. She is a popular dancer with dancing with the stars pro dancer.
She rose to fame in 2019 when she took part in Dancing with the Stars.
Her coming into the series came after a cast shake up and she remain on the series as long as three seasons.
Her role in dancing with the stars was at their weekly pro dance routines.
Kerrie-Anne Donaldson also took part and even made it to the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent back in 2014.
She was part of the dance troupe “Kings and Queens”.
Kerri-Anne also took part in The Blonde Bombshell. This was founded by Laura Nolan.
What was Kerrie-Anne Donaldson cause of death?
News of her death was announced by her sister Cara.
She wrote that: “My heart hurts and my world has just collapsed around me.
“You will always be in my heart. You will always be in my thoughts.
“There are just not enough words I would ever say or write that would ever justify how amazing you are and how much you are loved.”
The immediate cause of death of the celebrity figure was not disclosed.
Tributes pour in for Kerrie-Anne Donaldson
Her sister Cara tribute continue with her posting a picture of Kerri and herself in which she wrote: “That smile and laugh will stay with me forever.
“So honoured to have had such a beautiful, talented soul and person in my life. You made the world a better place.”
Others followed in the tribute trail.
Popular Show producer and Fair City actor Ryan Andrews said: “Shocked by this news tonight. A friend, colleague and an incredible talent.”
Kerri-Anne also appeared on Britain’s Got Talent back in 2014 alongside Strictly Come Dancing favourites Katya Jones, Neil Jones and Kai Widdrington with Latin dance troupe Kings and Queens.
Neil Jones who appeared with her in the Britain got talent in 2014 said: “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, she hated getting in the car with me, but would always listen to my crazy ideas, we shared so many moments and stories and she was always the voice of reason.”Kerri, you were my friend and like my big sister.”