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'We're gutted' Death in Paradise's Ralf Little issues apology after 'disappointing news'

Death in Paradise star Ralf Little has issued an apology to his followers after he made an announcement.The star, 41, who plays DCI Neville Parker in the popular BBC series, said he was "gutted" that his tour, Two Pints Live! With Will Mellor & Ralf Little, had been postponed in light of the coronavirus pandemic.In view of his 274,300 followers, the actor broke the news.In a post, Ralf wrote: "We are postponing the Two Pints With Will & Ralf Podcast Tour."Unfortunately due to regulations and volume of cases of Omicron across the UK, we have had to postpone the tour for a couple of months."The star also posted a short clip of his apology much to the dismay of his fans.Ralf started: "Hey everyone, listen, I'm sorry to bring you some disappointing news, but after a lot of discussion between ourselves, the team, the venues, and the promoter, Will Mellor and I have regrettably decided that we're going to have to postpone our Two Pints with Will & Ralf podcast tour."He added that the decision was made "because of the limitations and possible dangers of increasing Covid cases and the new Omicron variant".The Death in Paradise actor went on: "Obviously, we're gutted about this, but we all felt it was the right thing to do under the current circumstances."Not least because as it stands we can't deliver the show that we wanted to."We had big plans for audience interaction, getting people up on stage to join in with us, play some silly games, and so on.

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