AJ Pritchard Opens Up About His Girlfriend’s Tragic Accident After Video Went Wrong | This Morning

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AJ Pritchard joins us to open up about the tragic accident involving his girlfriend Abbie Quinnen, after a social media video went horribly wrong. Abbie has been left with third degree burns on her face, arms and neck after being engulfed in fire when a blazing wine bottle exploded, setting her clothes alight. For the past seven weeks, AJ, with the support of his brother Curtis, has been at Abbie’s bedside as she undergoes multiple skin grafts. The two brothers join us today with an update on Abbie’s condition.

Broadcast on 23/03/21

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    Alex Joseph Pritchard, known professionally as AJ Pritchard, is a British dancer, choreographer, and television personality. In 2013, he auditioned for the seventh series of Britain’s Got Talent along with his partner Chloe Hewitt, where they reached the semi-finals.

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