• Strictly's Faye Tozer admits she has an advantage over other contestants

    Faye Tozer has opened up about performing on Strictly Come Dancing, and admitted that she has a slight advantage over the other celebrity contestants. Chatting on Lorraine, she said: "I do have an advantage in the way that I can pick up routines. But the audience will let you know who they want to see. There's always going to be a few of us who've got some sort of experience and I've never said that I haven't, and I'm just so chuffed to do it – it's amazing." Faye opened up about learning dance routines Her dance partner, Giovanni Pernice, added:

  • Fern Britton clarifies BAFTA snub following spat with Phillip Schofield

    Fern Britton has revealed the real reason why she wasn't to BAFTA on Monday night, where they celebrated This Morning's 30th birthday. Following an awkward exchange on the popular daytime show with former co-host Phillip Schofield, the 61-year-old confessed she wasn't snubbed after all. Her agents, at Troika Talent, have since taken the blame. Alongside a note from the agency, Fern tweeted: "And here is what happened! Thank goodness I was invited, even if I didn't actually receive the invitation. See you next time @BAFTA xxxx." Fern Britton has an awkward conversation with Phillip Schofield on This Morning The message from

  • Strictly's Danny John-Jules shares real reason behind leaving Death in Paradise

    Danny John-Jules has opened up about leaving Death in Paradise, and revealed that he exited the show for one very good reason – because he missed performing on stage! The actor, who played Officer Dwayne Myers in the series since 2011, told TV Times: "I left Death in Paradise because I wanted to get back on stage. I needed a bit more razzmatazz in my life, and then along came Strictly!" Danny opened up about leaving the show Speaking about the experience on Strictly Come Dancing so far, he continued: "I haven't done a [stage] show for more than 20 years,

  • Netflix adapting The Chronicles of Narnia into a TV series and film

    Netflix has confirmed that will be adapting C.S. Lewis' novel series, The Chronicles of Narnia, into a new TV series and film. The streaming service has said that they will "develop classic stories from across the Narnia universe into series and films for its members worldwide", and fans have been quick to express their delight over the exciting news. One person wrote: "OH. HAPPY. DAY. Long live Aslan," while another person added: "Wonderful, but please don't screw this, Chronicles of Narnia are amazing books and deserve amazing adaptation." Are you looking forward to the Netflix adaptation? Others weren't so thrilled, with

  • The Crown's Olivia Colman looks identical to the Queen as she films devastating scenes

    Olivia Colman bore a striking resemblance to the Queen as she filmed scenes in Wales for the upcoming series of The Crown. The actress looked nearly identical to Her Majesty as she portrayed the tragic Aberfan Disaster, which saw a landslide engulf a farm, several houses and a school in October 1966. Some children were able to escape the disaster, but 116 youngsters were killed and another 28 adults also died. On set in Wales, Olivia showed off her stellar acting skills as she mourned the victims. She played a convincing royal, wearing a similar red coat with a fur

  • Anton du Beke reveals reaction to Strictly axe once the cameras stopped rolling

    Anton du Beke has admitted that he was disappointed with the outcome on Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing, which saw him and dance partner Susannah Constantine voted off in week one of the BBC dance show. Appearing on Wednesday's Loose Women with Susannah, the dance veteran shot down the rumours that he would be quitting Strictly, but admitted: "There's no truth [to leaving the show]. I was disappointed at best and had a bit of a mope." Susannah, meanwhile added: "I was very close to tears," but admitted that she saved it for when she got back to her hotel