Carrie Ann Inaba is prioritizing her health. On Tuesday, Inaba thanked everyone for their support after sharing on Instagram that he takes a license from The conversation to focus on your well-being.
“I want to thank you all for the messages of support I have received. I was deeply touched by your love and understanding,” Inaba began on her Instagram story, adding that “it was not an easy decision” for her. and that she “was scared.”
“But your messages reminded me that everything will be fine,” he continued. “I love you all very much and thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
On Monday Inaba posted a video with a message to his fans and also thanked him. Speak family for their love and support. The 53-year-old dancer is a co-host of the CBS talk show alongside Sheryl Underwood, Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots.
“Hello everyone. I wanted to let you know personally that I have decided to take a license from The conversation focus on my well-being, “said Inaba.” I know you understand, health is the most important thing, so I appreciate your support. I appreciate the love and support of The conversation family, and hope to be back soon. Take care of yourself.”
Inaba, who tagged the post #autoimmunewarrior and #toughchoices, quickly received supportive comments from Patti Stanger, Peta Murgatroyd, Kelly Ripa, Chrishell Stause, and more.
ET learned that Underwood, Welteroth, and Kloots will be joining guest co-hosts while Inaba is absent from the show. Jerry O’Connell was the first of these guest co-hosts and wasted no time sharing his “Da Butt” dance skills in the style of Glenn Close.
In March, Inaba took a break from The conversation And in an Instagram Story video, he shared that he was experiencing pain.
“I’m not sure what exactly has been happening, but my arms started to go numb and I was also having stabbing and shooting pains, as well as the normal pain that I have every day, which is becoming excruciating,” she said while lying down. bed. “So I took a few days off The conversation. “
Inaba returned to The conversation on April 12, which was the show’s first episode after Sharon Osbourne resigned as co-host following a heated on-air discussion about racism and an internal CBS review.
In February, Inaba wrote about her struggle with a chronic illness. on your website. “I have been diagnosed with various autoimmune conditions: lupus, Sjogrën’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and most recently vasculitis. For many years, my life has been full of ups and downs, and a lot of hard work to help me feel my best, land on a new normal that is comfortable and sustainable. “