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Brendan Cole was close to tears as he confirmed he has been axed from Strictly Come Dancing on Tuesday. The 41-year-old dancer appeared on Lorraine, where was announced he has left the BBC dance show after 15 series. "It's quite hard to talk about," the visibly-upset star said. "The BBC haven't renewed my contract. We get contracted year upon year. They've made an editorial decision to not have me back on the show. I'm a little bit in shock. I'm quite emotional, a bit raw about it. It's done via a process of a phone call and stuff. I
Emmerdale are never shy at tackling challenging storylines, and the ITV soap is set to put Ross Barton at the centre of a harrowing new plot that's set to change his life forever. Next week, Ross will find himself caught up in Debbie Dingle's ongoing feud with Joseph Tate, and will fall victim of an acid attack in a tragic case of mistaken identity. Debbie – who has set out revenge against Joseph – pays Holly Barton's old drug dealer Simon McManus to ruin Joseph, just as Ross steals his car from Home Farm. As a result, Simon mistakes
Following Brendan Cole's shock announcement that he will be leaving Strictly Come Dancing after 15 series, his celebrity friends have taken to Twitter to share their sadness. The professional dancer, 41, appeared on Tuesday's Lorraine to reveal the news, confessing he was "in shock" over the BBC's decision to not welcome him back on the next series. His latest dance partner, Good Morning Britain's Charlotte Hawkins, was one of the first to react to the news, telling her followers: "Sad news from my dance partner @BrendanCole this morning that he won't be a part of @bbcstrictly anymore. What an
Paul Rudd is back as the Marvel Universe's most unlikely of heroes, Ant-Man! The Clueless actor has now portrayed the superhero, whose real name is Scott Lang, in Ant-Man and Captain America: Civil War, and is due to reprise his role for Avengers: Infinity War. In the sequel for the new standalone film, titled Ant-Man and the Wasp, Scott has to deal with the effect his superhero status has on his family. Fans were quick to discuss the exciting trailer, with one writing: "The MCU underdog returns," while another wrote: "After Black Panther premiered, Marvel Studios give us Ant