• This member of Strictly Come Dancing has left the show – and it could cause a lot of changes

    Strictly Come Dancing could well be a little different next year as one major driving forces of the popular BBC One show won't be reprising their current role 2019. Louise Rainbow has stepped down after six year as series producer following the Strictly final on Saturday, and will be replaced by series editor Sarah James. After Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton picked up the glitterball trophy, past winner and pro dancer Katya Jones paid a heartfelt tribute to Louise on Instagram, thanking her for giving her the opportunity to work on the show. Posting a photograph of the pair

  • Ant McPartlin returns to work on Britain's Got Talent following recovery period

    Ant McPartlin has returned to work on beloved show Britain's Got Talent, according to reports – meeting with show bosses to discuss his comeback after spending some personal time away to recover following his stint in rehab earlier this year. According to The Sun, Ant has joined his presenting partner Declan Donnelly during production meetings for the show, which will return in 2019. It will be his first time back hosting since a car accident in March led him to check into rehab for substance addiction. Ant will be returning to work with Dec on Britain's Got Talent While Holly Willoughby took

  • Holly Willoughby breaks silence and reveals why she won't be returning to I'm A Celebrity

    Holly Willoughby's presence on this year's I'm A Celebrity proved to be a huge hit with viewers of the popular show, so much so that many have been hoping that she will be asked back to present the 2019 series. However, Holly has broken her silence after the speculation surrounding her future with the show, and confirmed at the Dancing on Ice press launch on Tuesday that it was a one off adventure. She told The Sun: "This was a one off, once in a lifetime adventure. I'll be at home with everyone else having a glass of wine

  • Strictly winner Stacey Dooley lost the Glitterball trophy at afterparty

    Stacey Dooley couldn’t believe it when she was crowned the winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2018 alongside pro dancer Kevin Clifton on Saturday night. But just hours after being handed over the Glitterball trophy, Stacey feared the worst when she couldn’t find it following the Strictly afterparty. The journalist's co-star Dr Ranj opened up about her ordeal on The Telegraph's podcast, Talking Strictly. The This Morning medical expert said: "Here's a little secret – so after the after party, I may have snuck a picture with Stacey's trophy. Then there was a message on the WhatsApp group yesterday saying

  • Much-loved Coronation Street actor returns after serious health scare

    Coronation Street fans will be delighted to hear that 78-year-old actor Malcolm Hebden is returning to the cobbles next year after recovering from a heart attack. Malcom will return as Norris Cole following the break that he took after his serious health scare, but he'll be taking it nice and easy with a light-hearted storyline. As a comical character with some of the show's funniest lines, it shouldn't be too much of a strain to get back into the swing of things on the street. Corrie showrunner Iain MacLeod told Digital Spy: "He's back for a short stint in