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Shirley Ballas has completed a ‘terrifying’ skydive to raise awareness and money for a suicide prevention charity.

The Be sure to come dance The judge jumped from a plane more than 13,000 feet above Sibson Airfield in Peterborough, one of the oldest airdrop zones in the country.

It was the final part of their week-long skyathlon challenge in support of the Against Living Miserably (Calm) campaign.

Ballas, who wrote “for David” on her hands in memory of her brother, said the skydive was the “most terrifying” and “exciting” thing she’s ever done.

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