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'I am still scarred from my Melbourne experience': Jackie 'O' Henderson describes her relief at avoiding quarantine a second time - after filming was halted on The Masked Singer after COVID-19 cluster

By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 16:05 BST, 13 September 2020 | Updated: 16:19 BST, 13 September 2020

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Jackie 'O' Henderson has described her relief at avoiding quarantine a second time, after filming was halted on The Masked Singer after a COVID-19 cluster on set. 

The radio personality, who is a judge on the show, had already spent two weeks in lockdown and was 'shocked' when she did not have to do it a second time.

She told the Adelaide Advertiser on Sunday: 'At first we thought we did have to do it twice so I was all prepared to do it... I had come to terms with the fact that this was the way it is.

Cooling off: Jackie 'O' Henderson (pictured) has described her relief at avoiding quarantine a second time, after filming was halted on The Masked Singer after a COVID cluster on set

Cooling off: Jackie 'O' Henderson (pictured) has described her relief at avoiding quarantine a second time, after filming was halted on The Masked Singer after a COVID cluster on set

'I knew it wasn't going to be fun because after the two weeks already doing the quarantine in Melbourne, that was mentally enough. 

'I was okay about doing it, so when we found out we didn't have to, we were in shock. It was probably the most amazing thing I've felt in a long time.' 

She added: 'We were all away from family, it wasn’t just me and everyone was going through a really difficult time. 

'I am still being careful though because I am still scarred from my Melbourne experience.'  

Escape: The radio personality, who is a judge on the show, had already spent two weeks in lockdown and was 'shocked' when she did not have to do it a second time

Escape: The radio personality, who is a judge on the show, had already spent two weeks in lockdown and was 'shocked' when she did not have to do it a second time

She told the Adelaide Advertiser on Sunday: 'I knew it wasn't going to be fun because after the two weeks already doing the quarantine in Melbourne, that was mentally enough'

She told the Adelaide Advertiser on Sunday: 'I knew it wasn't going to be fun because after the two weeks already doing

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