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Craig Revel Horwood has denied that Strictly Come Dancing judges fix their scores.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Dame Darcey Bussell almost quit classical ballet as a teenager because she did not think she was good enough.
Former judge Arlene Phillips has said Strictly Come Dancing is “not a hotbed of lust” despite dancers falling for each other.
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have ended their engagement after five months.
A play charting the rise and collapse of the Lehman Brothers banking empire is moving to the West End.
Jools Holland and Marc Almond will release their first collaborative album.
Dame Darcey Bussell has said that her friends were somewhat peeved when she received her damehood because it ruined a long-standing in-joke.
Derren Brown has said he is glad he does not get asked to read the minds of strangers when out and about much any more, because it was “frustrating”.
Jamie Lee Curtis has said her new Halloween film is timely because women are identifying with trauma as a result of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements.
Nicole Kidman has said she sees it as her job to use her position of influence to hire and empower female directors, including on the new series of Big Little Lies.
Keeping Faith star Eve Myles has vowed not to let its success affect the forthcoming second series.
Madonna called her eldest daughter Lourdes the “light of my life” as she wished her a happy birthday.
X Factor judge Ayda Williams said she was tired of “bottled-up pop prince or pop princesses who come packaged in a Barbie or Ken doll” as she picked her final acts for the live shows.
Strictly Come Dancing viewers were divided after Seann Walsh survived the chop in the latest elimination.
Doctor Who star Mandip Gill has said she chose to ignore criticism of Jodie Whittaker as the first female Doctor, saying: “You can’t please everyone.”
Doctor Who fans have continued to enthuse about the new series of the sci-fi show – but this time it is the Tardis and not the Time Lord that has got people talking.
Katie Piper is the third celebrity to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing – despite Seann Walsh being the bookies’ favourite to leave this weekend.
John le Carre has admitted that the adaptation of his novel The Little Drummer Girl may not have the same broad appeal of his “whizz-bang” hit The Night Manager.
Maxine Peake has been honoured for her outstanding contribution to British theatre.
Sir Lenny Henry has no plans to ever quit Comic Relief.
Eric Idle has no plans to revive Monty Python for next year’s 50th anniversary of the show – describing the group’s reunion in 2014 as their “goodbye”.
Grime artist Bugzy Malone has said it took a decade to release his debut album because he was waiting for “the right audience”.
The BBC will air six new films about slavery in the modern age, including one focusing on child labour in India, the broadcaster has announced.
Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke has said “we’ve all had enough” of the drama surrounding Seann Walsh and Katya Jones’s controversial kiss.
Writer Caitlin Moran has called on men to lead the fight for a male version of feminism.
Emma Willis has said she feared Ryan Thomas could have been “ruined” after his Celebrity Big Brother co-star Roxanne Pallett accused him of punching her.
Strictly Come Dancing scored its highest ratings of the series so far as more than 10 million viewers tuned in to watch Seann Walsh and Katya Jones perform their “Dance of Shame”.
TV star Vicky Pattison has said she is “devastated” Ant McPartlin is not hosting I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! this year, but supports him “wholeheartedly”.
Blackadder co-writer Richard Curtis has dashed hopes of a fifth series of the hit television comedy.
Coronation Street star Jane Danson has spoken of her excitement at signing up for Dancing on Ice – as her character’s life hangs in the balance on the cobbles.