Strictly's Dianne Buswell and Amy Dowden reunite for "slumber party"

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Strictly's Dianne Buswell and Amy Dowden reuniteKarwai Tang - Getty Images

Strictly Come Dancing stars Amy Dowden and Dianne Buswell have reunited for a group "slumber party."

Taking to Instagram, Dianne shared an image carousel from the get together over the weekend, which included a sweet snap of Amy and Dianne smiling together, alongside photos of pancakes, face masks and group selfies.

"Slumber party with these gorjalinas," Dianne captioned the series of snaps. Strictly Live's Jake Leigh Dancing with the Stars' Robbie Kmetoni and Dianne's partner Joe Sugg were also in attendance.

"Top tier gang," wrote former Strictly star Stacey Dooley, while Vito Coppola added: "Omg Love iiiiiit."

Amy also shared images of the gathering on her own Instagram account, writing: "Nothing but love for these beautiful souls @diannebuswell @joe_sugg @robbiekmetoni @jakeleigh__

"Now off to day two of afternoon tea fund raiser at the studio Really can't stop smiling right now!"

The party comes just days after Amy shared a positive update on her breast cancer battle, revealing there was "no evidence of disease" in her body after undergoing months of chemotherapy treatment.

"NO EVIDENCE OF DISEASE!" the Dare To Dance star wrote on a post on Instagram, adding: "Words I dreamed of! My biggest accomplishment yet!"

The dancer went on to add that she wouldn't be fully cancer-free for another five years due to having a "hormone-fed cancer" and would still attend regular hospital check-ups and monthly injections to monitor her health.

She added: "I have so much to strive and live for, and so grateful for another chance at life! Something I know not all get. I certainly see life differently and my life has changed forever!"

Strictly Come Dancing will return later this year on BBC One, while spin-off Strictly: It Takes Two airs on weeknights on BBC Two. Both shows are available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

If you would like more information or support about living with cancer or treatment, please click here for guidance from Macmillan Cancer Support, or click here to learn more from Stand Up to Cancer.

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