Shirley Palace sends custom letters to her fans at a cost of £ 83 per video.
Judge Strictly Come Dancing, who turned 60 on Sunday, is the latest star to join Cameo and introduces short clips that can be customized.
Speaking about her new concert, Shirley said she is “very excited” to get going and can’t wait to help fans with “whatever they’re going through”.
Branch out! Shirley Palace, 60, charges fans £ 83 for a personalized video message on Cameo’s website (pictured when Strictly Come Dancing launched in 2019)
Shirley, who is said to be earning 350,000 pounds for rigor, She was so full of enthusiasm that she announced that she had joined the site to treat her fans with personalized messages.
The dancer spoke in an introductory video saying, ‘Hey everyone, I’m Shirley Ballas and I’m so excited to be joining Cameo.
“ Through the lockdown, I have received so many letter requests that I have missed many of them.
But I’m really excited to get good messages – birthday messages, wedding messages, any cool letters, and letters – to help you with whatever you need help with. So I’m really excited.
Very excited! The strict court, 60, said she couldn’t wait to get messages for events like birthdays and weddings in a short clip announcing her joining Cameo.
Shirley looked gorgeous in the ad clip, wearing an orange cardigan and cream plaid hat.
While a source said woman: “These sites are huge businesses and celebrities are lining up for a bit of the action. It’s easy money for a few minutes’ work.
Other famous faces who started creating video messages for her fans include soap star Catherine Tildesley and Corey Bill Roche.
In addition to reaping some extra cash from Cameo, Shirley has also released her book Behind the Sequins, which will be released on October 1.
Announcement: Shirley shared the news on her Twitter account this week, saying: “Bringing love and smiles to people is a beautiful thing.”
The Notes will take fans from Shirley’s childhood on a estate in Wirral and leave home at the age of 14 to conquer the world of ballroom dancing.
Despite all the excitement in her career, the star has managed to make time to celebrate her 60th birthday on Sunday.
Shirley, her mother Audrey and boyfriend Danny Taylor are enjoying a luxurious stay at the Shangri-La Hotel in London.
This comes after the star announced in July that she had had a “clean break” in her right foot, but she assured fans that she would be fine to appear on the program upon his return.
While walking with the help of crutches and a medical shoe, the choreographer expressed her gratitude towards the NHS.
In a clip filmed by Danny, the media person said: ‘Hey everyone, I just finished A&E after a clean break, on my right ankle.
We don’t use the Plaster of Paris anymore, using the shoe, so I’m learning to walk on these crutches – crutches, right foot, close, like Waltz. Anyway, I’d be totally fine for Strictly.
The TV star repeated her comments in the post’s caption, where she also thanked her lover actor for lending a hand after her injury.
Shirley stated, ‘So a clean break. Six weeks to heal. Thanks NHS and all the staff who took care of me.
Brave face: Shirley announced in July that she had had a “clean break” on her right foot, but assured fans that she would be okay to appear on the show upon his return.
A source close to Shirley said last month woman: ‘You’ll definitely come back to Strictly. There’s no reason it’s not there because she doesn’t need to dance to be on the board but she’ll be out of plaster by then.
“The shoe she had was not secure enough, so it was put in a cast to make sure the bone healed properly.”
Meanwhile, this year’s Strictly complete line-up was announced this week, with the new shorter series launching in October.
Viewers will see the likes of EastEnders’ Macy Smith, actress Caroline Quentin, retired US soccer player Jason Bell, Max George of The Wanted, and GMB’s Ranveer Singh compete for the Glitterball.
Soldier in: Last month, a source close to Shirley told The Mirror: “ She’s definitely going back to Strictly. There’s no reason not to share it because she doesn’t need to dance to be on a board. ”