Amanda Abbington is reportedly "furious" over her exclusion from the Strictly Come Dancing Live! tour taking place across the country.

This comes amid a "row" between her and professional dancer Giovanni Pernice whom she was paired with before dropping out of the programme.

Sources close to the show say that Amanda made it known to the cast and crew that she was keen to take part in the tour before exiting the series.

However, after learning that she would not be part of the lineup, she was left angered and "furious".

Amanda Abbington 'furious' over Strictly Live! tour 'snub'

The source told The Mirror: “Amanda made it clear she was desperate to have a slot. It was a real blow for her and she was fuming. She felt snubbed.”

The 51-year-old actress allegedly clashed with Giovanni Pernice behind the scenes before quitting the BBC show for "medical reasons" last year.

Earlier in the month, it was widely reported that Amanda Abbington had requested footage of her rehearsals with the professional dancer.

The broadcaster previously 'backed' Giovanni in the 'row', stating that Amanda's reason for leaving the show was different to the one being given now.

The source added: "The feeling is he is a tough taskmaster, but hasn't bullied or abused anyone.

"The BBC see him as a key face of Strictly and will do all they can to support him."

Amanda Abbington 'diagnosed with PTSD' after Strictly stint

Amanda Abbington also revealed that she was "diagnosed with mild PTSD" from her time on the show.

She told The Sun: "I was diagnosed with mild PTSD after Strictly for several reasons and I told a few people about that, in the utmost confidence, among other things that were happening in my life at the time both professionally and personally.

“I’m very sorry that people felt the need to send me death threats, threaten my children and bring up my past, healthy relationship with an ex-partner as an ­indicator of my current mental health. I wish those people well.”

The 2023 series of Strictly Come Dancing ended in December, seeing Coronation Street star Ellie Leach and her dance partner awarded the Glitterball Trophy.

Bobby Brazier and Layton Williams were runner-ups but were unable to take the top spot to be crowned champions alongside their dance partners Diane and Nikita.