Dancing on Ice host Christine Bleakley is facing another cancer scare.
In 2009 she reportedly had an abnormal smear test result and recently she had three "suspect" moles removed.
Now Christine is allegedly worried she may have been exposed to asbestos, which has been found in her former school in Belfast.
Thousands of former pupils are now being contacted to inform them of the danger.
A source told The Sun: "Christine is devastated to hear she and thousands of others who went to Bloomfield Collegiate could be at risk from lung cancer.
"It has ruined her memories of her time at school, which she's always cherished.
"The fact she was back in the building as recently as last year has made her more petrified she could fall ill."
Christine's spokesman is quoted as saying: "This is yet another cancer scare for Christine so she doesn't want to say anything before she gets tests."
A representative for the school revealed that the damage to the asbestos was caused by an electrical overhaul in 2001.
Head teacher Dr Darrin Barr said in a letter: "It is not known what asbestos conditions prevailed in the past. It is not possible to quantify the exact level of exposure at other times and therefore any consequent health risks."
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