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Gemma Atkinson has opened up about joining Strictly Come Dancing, and joked that she was more hopeful about getting the dance moves right than finding romance! While chatting to HELLO! with her fellow competitor, Brian Conley, the pair joked about the so-called Strictly curse. Brian joked: "My wife can't wait for the Strictly curse to kick in! She's like, 'Oh hurry up, we've been married 21 years, get out of the house now!'" before pointing out that Gemma was single. READ: Eamonn Holmes on how he pushed Ruth to do Strictly Gemma opened up about finding love Talking about finding love in the
Supermodel looks clearly run in the family where Cindy Crawford’s children are concerned. The icon’s daughter Kaia Gerber, 16 and her son Presley, 18, appeared together at New York’s Daily Front Row’s Fashion Media Awards on Friday and wowed onlookers with their striking looks and resemblance to mum Cindy. The siblings, who have both already made their modelling debuts, share their star mother’s famous bone structure and beautiful brown eyes. Presley has even inherited Cindy’s trademark facial mole! Model siblings Kaia and Presley Gerber Kaia made her New York Fashion Week debut this week, modelling for Calvin Klein on Thursday. She
TV presenter Fearne Cotton was one proud and happy mummy on Saturday, as she celebrates her daughter’s second birthday. The star took to her Instagram page early on Saturday morning to wish her little girl, Honey Krissy, a happy birthday. Besides an adorable picture of Honey Krissy playing outside holding balloons, Fearne wrote: Happy birthday to our little red headed babe. 2 today! Honey Krissy we love you sooo much you dream boat.” Happy birthday to our little red headed babe. 2 today! Honey Krissy we love you sooo much you dream boat. ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️🎈 A post shared by Fearne (@fearnecotton) on Sep 8,
Stars from the worlds of country music have paid tribute to the sad passing of their friend Troy Gentry, who tragically died in a helicopter crash in New Jersey on Friday, aged 50. The helicopter is reported to have crashed in a wooded area on Friday afternoon on its way into land. Troy was freed from the wreckage by emergency services but died on his way to hospital. The pilot was also killed in the crash. Troy Gentry and John Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry The band’s website said: "It is with great sadness that we confirm that Troy Gentry, half of the popular country
Strictly Come Dancing 2017 is finally here - sequins, glitter and fake tan galore! The first show of the new series aired on BBC1 on Saturday night with much excitement from fans. The celebrity contenders have been revealed over the past few weeks and now we know which professional dancers they will be paired with. New head judge, international ballroom champion Shirley Ballas, joined the judging line-up alongside Bruno Tonioli, Darcey Bussell and Craig Revel Horwood. Three new dancers also made their debut on the show. Read on to discover who is paired with who for this year’s glitzy ballroom
Holly Willoughby is one fun mum! The This Morning host took to her Instagram page on Saturday to share a photo of herself and her children having an arty time at home. The picture shows Holly’s hand underneath two of her children’s hands, with the trio all sporting glitter tattoos. Holly captioned the snap: “#glittergang.” #glittergang 💎 A post shared by Holly Willoughby (@hollywilloughby) on Sep 9, 2017 at 8:49am PDT Holly is mum to three children, Harry, eight, Belle, six, and Chester, two. It’s not clear which of her children are in the photo but the family certainly seem to have enjoyed
It was an emotional first night of Strictly Come Dancing’s new series, as the show paid tribute to the late Sir Bruce Forsyth. The professional dancers performed a beautiful routine in memory of the legendary entertainer, who presented Strictly from 2004 to 2014. Tess Daly, who co-hosted the hit programme with Sir Bruce and now fronts the show with Claudia Winkleman, fought back tears as she remembered her good friend. As the dancers finished their performance, Tess said to a standing ovation: "What a routine. He would have loved that. Our thoughts are with his dear wife Winnie, his children and