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Davina McCall returns in the New Year to host the third run of Sky1's ratings smash hit Got To Dance. After beating off all the dance show rivals on other channels, judges Adam Garcia, Ashley Banjo and Kimberly Wyatt are all back to offer their verdicts on the best and most unusual dancers the UK has to offer. If you can't wait another two weeks for the show's return, Digital Spy has a small taster to whet your appetite (more) »
- By Alex Fletcher
The Alfie star has teamed up with officials at the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (Buav) to urge bosses of make-up firms to stop conducting tests on laboratory animals.
Michelle Thew, Chief Executive of the Buav, says, "We are delighted to have the support of Sienna Miller. It is totally unacceptable for animals to continue to suffer and die in the name of beauty.
"Please join Sienna and support our No Cruel Cosmetics campaign to end cosmetics testing on animals. Sign our petition to the European Parliament at www.NoCruelCosmetics.org." »
That magical drape called sari is spotted not just in the Indian woman.s wardrobe, it has international connoisseurs too. From Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen to heiress Paris Hilton, they have all sported it, though like a dress.One of the most talked about socialites, Hilton is known for sporting high-end Western wear. But she turned desi when she draped a sari for the cover shoot of an Indian fashion magazine and said that she adored the six-yard wonder by designer Rocky S.Not only that. For her first formal appearance during her three-day visit to Mumbai, the 30-year-old wore a coral pink Grecian sari-inspired gown.Bundchen too wore sari for a magazine cover.Nicole Scherzinger, Carmit Bachar, Melody Thornton, Jessica Sutta, Ashley Roberts and Kimberly Wyatt from the American pop girl group Pussycat Dolls flaunted heavily embellished black sequin saris during the New York fashion week in 2008.One wonders »
Sarah Harding has made her catwalk debut at the Look Magazine show during London Fashion Week. The Girls Aloud singer, who was revealed last month as one of the celebrity models at during the biannual fashion spectacular, took part in a show featuring clothes from high street brands such as Warehouse, Forever 21, River Island and Dorothy Perkins at Westfield Stratford City. According to ITN, Harding admitted that she was very nervous about her debut modelling gig and had been taking catwalk lessons in preparation for the event. Alesha Dixon, Kimberly Wyatt and girlband Parade watched (more) »
- By Rebecca Davies
The streets of L.A. are supposed to be packed with cars this weekend -- so former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and current Jane's Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins are taking to the skies ... for a 22 mile trip! The two celebs independently reserved helicopters to shuttle them across town while the 405 Freeway is shut down. We're told Wyatt booked a ride from Lax to Van Nuys, while Perkins booked one the other way around. If these »
- TMZ Staff
Ashley Banjo felt "intimidated" by Kimberly Wyatt. The 22-year-old dancer - who shot to fame when his troupe Diversity won 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2009 - admitted working alongside the former Pussycat Dolls singer on Sky1 talent series 'Got To Dance' was a nerve-wracking experience. He exclusively told Bang Showbiz: "When we went up to Edinburgh for the first auditions it was pretty scary - I was like, 'Wow, I'm actually behind the panel!' "It was also a little intimidating at first because, you know - she's Kimberly, she was a Pussycat Doll! But she's brilliant and we get along great. Kimberly's »
Kimberly Wyatt has described her forthcoming album as "a cinematic experience". The former Pussycat Doll, who formed duo Her Majesty and the Wolves with producer Spencer Neezy, revealed that fans can expect to be taken on a "journey" on their debut LP 111 when it is released next month. In an interview with Digital Spy, she said: "It's like one collective trip. The album is almost a cinematic experience and it takes you through a journey with different vibes and meanings and music. "There's a song on there called 'Emerald Showers' that we love and another called 'Shades of Grey' that we're big fans of too. There's a lot more to come from this album." Asked if their (more) »
- By Robert Copsey
Kimberly Wyatt has revealed that she will be camping at T in the Park. The ex-Pussycat Doll explained that she'll be staying overnight at the Scotland festival when she performs with her band Her Majesty And The Wolves. She told the Daily Record: "We're really looking forward to T in the Park. I performed at festivals with the Pussycat Dolls but nothing along the lines of those in Europe. "Spencer [Nezey - her bandmate] and I went to Coachella and it was great to go from seeing Jay-z to Deadmau5 in one place. It was full of awesome and creative people. This is the (more) »
- By Kristy Kelly
British actress Joanna Lumley is urging fans to "save the bunnies" this Easter by purchasing cruelty-free beauty gifts.
The Absolutely Fabulous star only buys cosmetics from companies that do not conduct tests on laboratory animals, and she's spreading the word about humane products.
Lumley has teamed up with the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (Buav) to remind consumers to look for a logo which guarantees a firm doesn't test on animals.
She says, "I'm helping rabbits this Easter by only buying cruelty-free cosmetics. Look out for the Buav's Leaping Bunny logo."
Former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, who founded cruelty-free cosmetics brand Bm Beauty, has also backed the campaign.
She adds: "Please be kind to bunnies this Easter - don't buy animal tested cosmetics and toiletries when choosing gifts for your loved ones. Look out for the Buav's Leaping Bunny logo." »
Actress Joanna Lumley and former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt are calling on people buying Easter gifts to save bunnies by only buying beauty and personal care gifts that have not been tested on animals.
There is a huge choice of cruelty-free Easter gifts on offer this year for both men and women. These can be easily identified by the Leaping Bunny Logo which symbolises the Buav’s Humane Cosmetics Standard, the internationally recognised gold standard, which guarantees a company does not test their cosmetics and toiletries on animals.
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Kimberly Wyatt has offered Kate Middleton pole dancing lessons. The 29-year-old dancer is known for performing raunchy routines in her former group the Pussycat Dolls and says she could show the future queen a few saucy moves to entertain her husband-to-be Prince William after they get married on April 29.Kimberly told the Daily Star newspaper: "I'd love to show her some moves. William would definitely have a cracking treat on his wedding night." However, the choreographer may be surprised to learn that Kate, 29, may know a few moves already, as she reportedly received lessons in the art when she attended a hen party with Prince Harry's girlfriend Chelsy Davy in 2006. The pair were said to have enjoyed a day of pampering at a London hotel before taking the exotic dance classes to celebrate a friend's upcoming nuptials. Another royal to have embraced the sexy hobby is Princess Eugenie, who »
Kimberly Wyatt has revealed that she would like to teach Kate Middleton how to pole dance before her wedding to Prince William. The Pussycat Doll said that William would have a "cracking treat" if she taught the 29-year-old some of her tricks. Wyatt told the Daily Star: "I'd love to show her some moves. "William would definitely have a cracking treat on his wedding night." (more) »
- By Kristy Kelly
Kimberly Wyatt has offered Kate Middleton pole dancing lessons.
The 29-year-old dancer is known for performing raunchy routines in her former group The Pussycat Dolls and says she could show the future queen a few saucy moves to entertain her husband-to-be Prince William after they get married on April 29.
Kimberly told the Daily Star newspaper, "I'd love to show her some moves. William would definitely have a cracking treat on his wedding night."
However, the choreographer may be surprised to learn that Kate, 29, may know a few moves already, as she reportedly received lessons in the art when she attended a hen party with Prince Harry's girlfriend Chelsy Davy in 2006.
The pair were said to have enjoyed a day of pampering at a London hotel before taking the exotic dance classes to celebrate a friend's upcoming nuptials.
Another royal to have embraced the sexy hobby is Princess Eugenie, who »
Nicole Scherzinger has admitted that she is no longer in contact with her former bandmates in the Pussycat Dolls. The band began a hiatus last year after members Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Melody Thornton and Jessica Sutt all decided to pursue solo projects, with Scherzinger saying that she now doesn't speak to the other girls as a result. "A few of the girls left the group and I was like, 'Am I the only Doll standing here?'" Scherzinger told Attitude. "We're not in touch." The former Dolls frontwoman said that she wishes her former bandmates (more) »
- By Tom Ayres
Kimberly Wyatt has declared that she is 'not surprised' that Cheryl Cole can't dance well without a routine. The former Pussycat Doll explained that a lot of dancers are unable to freestyle. The Got To Dance judge revealed that she saw Cole dancing alongside Cher Lloyd in December and was not overly impressed by the X Factor judge's moves. She told Buzz: "It didn't surprise me. [Dancers] work really hard to learn choreography to a song, but if you put them on a dance (more) »
- By Kristy Kelly
Kimberly Wyatt has said that dancers have to be brave if they are to succeed. The Pussycat Dolls star and Got To Dance judge told The Guardian that it is vital for young dancers to experiment. Wyatt said: "You have to be brave as a dancer, to try new things and tricks and be flexible - you have to be prepared to fall on your bottom or your head. "It's happened to me a lot and it happens to dancers all through their careers. I'm lucky in that I have a background (more) »
- By Mayer Nissim
Kimberly Wyatt promotes the vinspired National Awards 2011 in London. Photo copyright Landmark / PR Photos. Kimberly Wyatt promotes the vinspired National Awards 2011 in London. Photo copyright Landmark / PR Photos. Kimberly Wyatt promotes the vinspired National Awards 2011 in London. Photo copyright Landmark / PR Photos. Kimberly Wyatt promotes the vinspired National Awards 2011 in London. Photo copyright Landmark / PR Photos. Kimberly Wyatt promotes the vinspired National Awards 2011 in London. Photo copyright Landmark / PR Photos. 02/21/2011 - Kimberly Wyatt - Kimberly Wyatt Promotes the vinspired National Awards 2011 in London on February 21, 2011 - Indigo O2 - London, UK © Landmark / PR Photos 02/21/2011 - Kimberly Wyatt »
- Michelle Wray
CBS recently unveiled their Paula Abdul reality competition series, Live to Dance. Some have been waiting to see what Abdul would do ever since she left the judging table at American Idol. Will this new TV series be a big success like Idol or cancelled after on season, like so many others?
On Live to Dance, dancers from across the country and of all ages audition and then compete for the crown and a $500,000 prize. On the show, Abdul serves as lead judge as well as coach and mentor to the performers. At the judging table, she's joined by choreographer Travis Payne and singer/dancer Kimberly Wyatt. The series is hosted by Andrew Gunsberg.
The reality series debuted on Tuesday, January 4th, with an okay showing -- a 2.4 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic and 10.22 million viewers. The next night, viewership dropped »
The top 28 acts taking part in the Got To Dance live semi-finals have been revealed. Judges Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia selected their favourite acts from the hundreds of auditions around Britain and Ireland on last night's episode of the Sky1 dance talent show. Viewers will now select the finalists each week and eventually the winner, who will scoop a new £250,000 prize. Among the performers who made the cut were eight-year-old ballerina Octavia, bhangra group Back2Back, contemporary duo Alleviate and Ukrainian dance troupe (more) »
- By Alex Fletcher
Kimberly Wyatt disagrees with Ashley Banjo on this weekend's Got To Dance when he changes his decision on a street dance group. Kayzar Reloaded, made up of 8 to 30-year-olds from a dance school in Essex, initially leave the judges underwhelmed by their audition, who claim that they didn't show enough dancing. "You just didn't give me that dance moment," Wyatt says. "As far as the dancing goes I think you needed to give me a little bit more," Banjo agrees. However, the Diversity star then says: "I changed my mind because crews generally miss originality and soul and feeling and you guys had that." "We always say, 'One chance, one dance'. There wasn't (more) »
- By Colin Daniels
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