Former Strictly professional James Jordan has only been going from strength to strength on ITV's Dancing On Ice, but during training this week, he and partner Alexandra Schauman suffered a nasty accident – with James dropping Alex on her head during a particularly tricky lift. The dancer has previously opened up about how dropping his partner was one of his biggest fears, and photographs from the moment show his upset.
Alex is tended to by medics
Images released from the show show James fumbling with his grip on Alex as she is pulled upside-down between his legs, before losing his balance
Strictly star Joe Sugg made his presenting debut on The One Show on Friday night, and even deftly dealt with a suggestion of his future engagement to Dianne Buswell during the episode. Guest Matthew Morrison explained the romantic story behind his own engagement, and after hearing the star-studded tale - which involved Elton John making the announcement and a serenading song from Chris Martin - Alex said: "You and Dianne now, you need to go. You need to aim for Coldplay," with Matthew adding: "No pressure." Joe simply joked: "Set the bar there!"
Joe joked about a future engagement
Joe, who seems to be making the move
Strictly Come Dancing and The Greatest Dancer star Oti Mabuse is tipped to replace Alex Jones as host of The One Show when she goes on her maternity leave, according to The Sun. The professional dancer told the publication that when the show's executive's approached her she was in complete shock, saying: "They said to me, 'How would you feel about working on The One Show?' And I thought they initially meant somewhere behind the camera. They were like, 'No, to present!'"
Oti is rumoured to be joining The One Show
Oti is set to join Alex on the famous sofa on 8 March as a guest
Get ready to see some of your favourite celebrities battle it out in business, as they face Alan Sugar in the boardroom for Celebrity Apprentice. Amanda Holden, Ayda Field, Kelly Hoppen, Tamara Epson and Rachel Johnson make up the girls team for the two special episodes filmed in aid of Comic Relief. The five women will compete against the men's team, which includes Rylan Clark-Neal, Russell Kane, Richard Arnold, Sam Allardyce and Omid Djalili. In a new trailer released on Twitter, all the stars feel the pressure, as they look to beat the opposition. It also features guest appearances