• Kevin Clifton just revealed something we've all been wondering about Strictly Come Dancing

    Strictly Come Dancing star Kevin Clifton has revealed one thing we've often wondered about the BBC dance show – when the couples find out which order they are dancing in for the live shows. You might be surprised, as Kevin told his Twitter followers that they don't find out until that day! Responding to a fan question, he wrote: "They tell us on the morning of the live show." One fan replied: "Thanks Kevin. I'd thought for a long time it was decided after dress rehearsal to make sure there was a great (or funny) last dance. Fingers crossed for

  • This is why Gemma Atkinson wasn't supporting Gorka Marquez at his first live Strictly show

    Strictly Come Dancing may have returned with a bang on Saturday night, but there was one person who revealed she was sad to miss the first live show - Gemma Atkinson. The radio presenter took to social media to explain why she wasn't on hand to support her boyfriend Gorka Marquez and his new dance partner Katie Piper at the weekend. "Missed Strictly as I'm working but I'm reading such wonderful things about Gorks and Katie's dance," she wrote. "So proud. Thanks for supporting them." Gemma Atkinson and Gorka Marquez met on Strictly last year Fans of the BBC show got

  • Strictly's Graziano Di Prima reveals he misses Vick Hope when they're not together

    Strictly Come Dancing pro Graziano Di Prima has confessed that he misses his dance partner Vick Hope when the pair are not rehearsing together. The Italian stallion and the DJ opened up about their close bond on Strictly's official podcast, with Vick revealing: "We've become quite in sync and you have to because we spend so much time together. It's been every day. We had maybe one day where we didn't see each other over the last two weeks and it was weird. "He sent me a voicemail being like, 'I miss you. I'm thinking about you.' Not like that!

  • This iconic Emmerdale character is making a comeback after almost 20 years!

    One of Emmerdale's most famous characters is set to make a return to the Dales after almost 20 years in explosive scenes due to air in October. Kim Tate, played by Claire King, is set to "leave a trail of destruction in her wake" with her dramatic return in a week of high drama at Home Farm masquerade ball. Kim was last seen on the show when she attempted to kill her stepson, Chris Tate, but still has unfinished business in the village and there will be several characters who find themselves at the receiving end of her vindictive ways.