• Strictly's Gorka Marquez reveals the one thing we didn't realise about his dance with Katie Piper

    They left the audience speechless with their beautiful Waltz on Saturday night, but according to Strictly Come Dancing professional Gorka Marquez the performance didn't actually go to plan. During an appearance on spin-off show It Takes Two on Wednesday, the Spanish dancer revealed that he and Katie Piper made a mistake - and it was all down to him. "Yeah, I think I got the wrong step," he revealed to Zoe Ball, who remarked: "Gorka!" Jokingly, Katie chipped in: "Yeah, he ruined the dance." Katie Piper and Gorka Marquez's first dance was the Waltz Taking it in his stride, Gorka added:

  • Corrie star Beverley Callard admits struggle with daughter back from the dead storyline

    Beverley Callard has opened up about her storyline on Coronation Street, and admitted that the plot – in which Liz learns that there was a mistake at the hospital and her daughter, who she thought died in 1992, was actually still alive thanks to a hospital mix-up, when actually she is being scammed her a fraud. Chatting about the storyline on This Morning, Beverley said: "I have to admit when they first told me about this story. Your daughter is coming back from the dead'. I thought, 'Okay, I'm not too sure about this.' But the way they've done

  • The Downton Abbey children are all grown up! See the photo

    It seems Maggie Smith isn't the only one returning to Downton Abbey, the child stars who play the children in the period drama are also back on set for the highly-anticipated movie adaptation! Hugh Bonneville took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a picture of himself with his on-screen grandchildren: brothers Oliver and Zac Barker - who play Master George Crawley - Fifi Hart who stars as Lady Sibby and twin sisters Eva and Karina Samms, who portray Miss Marigold - and they have all grown up since the season finale in 2015. "It's Grandpa time at Donk's crèche… with

  • Doctor Who new series air date finally confirmed – and it's right around the corner!

    The new series of Doctor Who, starring Jodie Whittaker as the brand new Doctor, will premiere on BBC One at 6:45pm on Sunday 7 October, it has been confirmed, while fans in the US can watch at the same time at 1.45pm on BBC America. The new series will see Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall take over from Steven Moffatt as the new showrunner, with Jodie replacing Peter Capaldi as the first ever female incarnation of the iconic Time Lord. Are you looking forward to the new series? The new episode is titled The Woman Who Fell to Earth, and will introduce

  • Game of Thrones Sophie Turner goes evil in new X-Men trailer

    The much-anticipated first trailer for X-Men: Dark Phoenix was released on Thursday, and shows Game of Thrones' very own Sophie Turner turn evil thanks to her overwhelming superpowers, leading Charles (James McAvoy), Eric (Michael Fassbender) and Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) to lead the charge to save her from herself. The official synopsis for the film reads: "During a rescue mission in space, Jean is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable." Sophie as Jean Grey It continued: "Wrestling with this entity

  • Coleen Nolan breaks silence following Loose Women departure

    Since taking a sudden break from Loose Women following her on-air argument with Kim Woodburn, Coleen Nolan has been keeping a low profile. But fans were delighted on Thursday when the TV personality broke her silence to post a cryptic message about making a life change on social media. Taking to Twitter, Coleen posted a picture of a sunset, which had the words: "Change your thoughts, transform your life," written on it. Supportive messages soon followed, with one person telling Coleen: "Hope to see you back on Loose Women soon," while another said: "Thinking of you Col. Hoping you

  • Strictly winner Joe McFadden finally reveals why he missed the launch show

    On the opening night of Strictly Come Dancing, viewers were quick to notice that last year's winner Joe McFadden was absent. In tradition, the winner from the previous series returns to open the show, but after much talk, Joe has finally revealed the reason for his absence. Appearing on Thursday's Loose Women, Joe explained that he was at a wedding on the day of the show. On the claims that had suggested that he had refused to open the show, Joe hit back: "Nonsense, I was at my friend's wedding in Glasgow, Nigella was there, Richard Madden was there,

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