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As if Strictly Come Dancing wasn't sparkly enough, it's time to inject some of the magic of Hollywood - that's right, it's Movie Week! The celebs and their partners will be boogying on down to some classic tunes from cinema, but who will come out on top?
We'll be here hoping for some serious movie-level drama, so grab the popcorn and join us from 6.20pm when the show begins and we'll bring you all the action.
20:25Right, that's it for tonight's show! Who was your favourite? Who do you think will be in the dance-off tomorrow? Let us know all your thoughts below and stick with DS for all the Strictly coverage you need...
20:19Right, here's the leaderboard - Jay is right up at the top followed by Kellie and Helen. Down at the bottom is Carol, with Anthony and Ainsley making up the bottom three. And get dialling/clicking, »
Strictly Come Dancing's live shows kicked off with a bang last night, but there are still nine celebrities nervously waiting to perform. Who'll show that they're one to watch... and who'll be one that we can't bear to watch?
We're excited to find out, so join us from 6.15pm when the show begins as we bring you all the action from the Strictly ballroom.
19:43But that's it for this weekend of Strictly action! Thanks for joining us - and remember to leave your comments so we know what you make of the celebs so far... Bye!
19:43But of course that leaderboard could change next week, as these scores will be added to those scores - and then someone will go home. Cripes!
19:42Right, so top of the leaderboard at the moment is Peter with 30, followed by Helen at 29. But Carol is at the bottom with 16. We Love You, »
Not Going Out has become quite the sleeper hit. Despite slipping under the radar somewhat, it has lasted seven series and a couple of Christmas specials.
"I think there are discussions in rooms going on, in the corridors of power at the BBC," she told Digital Spy. "So I'm waiting to hear myself, I suppose."
Creator Lee Mack stars in the comedy as Lee, a fictional version of himself, alongside his love interest and flatmate Lucy (Sally Bretton). Tim Vine left the show after five series as Lucy's brother Tim.
Speaking about the sitcom's lasting power and continued popularity, she said: "What's really lovely about it is it's always such a warm response from members of the public and stuff. It could be Twitter, »
The world’s largest arts festival is nearly upon us and a selection of the finest comedic talent around is set to have us rolling in the aisles and wiping the tears from our eyes.
Over the years the Edinburgh Fringe Festival has seen the likes of Steve Coogan, Lee Evans, Frank Skinner, Al Murray and more recently Russell Kane, Doc Brown, Bridget Christie, and David O’Doherty walk away with the the main prize; annually attacking a hotbed of comedic talent.
It is also a great place for rookie and lesser-known comedians from all over the globe to launch their careers and get themselves noticed on the big stage. Past winners of the Best Newcomer award include Harry Hill, Tim Vine, The Mighty Boosh, Tim Minchin, and Sarah Millican, with 2013 Best Newcomer, John Kearns, going on to be crowned best in show just one year later. »
- Adam Hopkins
Davis follows in the footsteps of the late Bob Monkhouse to front the celebrity game of noughts and crosses.
Celebrity Squares airs on Sunday at 7.15pm on ITV. »
The famous faces discuss the pet hates found lurking in their Room 101 - from the metric system to "a certain kind of karaoke DJ".
The Musketeers: BBC One, 9pm
The epic BBC drama set on the streets of 17th century Paris returns for a second series.
Tonight, Athos, Aramis, Porthos and D'Artagnan try to break a French general out of an impenetrable prison in Spain.
Jimmy Carr hosts this 10-year anniversary special, looking back at the most memorable events of the last decade.
Crisis: Watch, 9pm
Gillian Anderson and »
6 items from 2015
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