• Gemma Atkinson on why her relationship with Gorka Marquez will survive the Strictly curse

    Gemma Atkinson has opened up about the famous 'Strictly curse' – in which both professional dancer and celebrities have split up with their partners while performing on the show – and why she is confident about her relationship with professional dancer, Gorka Marquez. Chatting to the Daily Star, she said: "I'm not scared, in fact I'm really looking forward to the new series and to watching Gorka dance each week. I will be there most weekends anyway. Not because I'm jealous but to support as much as possible." Gorka and Gemma met while appearing on Strictly Come Dancing Celebs who split

  • Lorraine Kelly sets record straight on retirement rumours

    She is the queen of breakfast television, with an incredible career under her belt. And fans can rejoice as Lorraine Kelly has revealed that she doesn't have any plans of retiring when she turns 60 next year. Speaking to Jo Elvin and James Williams on their Is It Just Me? podcast, the TV star shared: "I don't know what my secret is because you can burn out but I've got the constitution of a wee Shetland pony - I just keep going. I'm going to be 60 next year so that's a long time I've been doing it." Lorraine Kelly

  • David Dimbleby to step down as Question Time host after 25 years

    David Dimbleby has confirmed he will be leaving Question Time after 25 years on the BBC's political debate programme. The 79-year-old presenter, who will leave the show at the end of the year, believes it the "right time" for him to leave. "At the end of the year I will have been chairing Question Time for a quarter of a century and I have decided that this is the right moment to leave," he said. "It has been a privilege to work for a programme which brings voters face to face with those in power." David Dimbleby will leave Question