4 items from 2015
After Anthony and Oti were knocked out last week, who will be next to leave Scd’s dancefloor?
So that’s it for another Strictly week! Only 12 couples remain, and I’ll be back next Saturday with sparkly bells on. Please join me then, it’s considerably more fun that way. If you can’t, please bring a note from your mum to Twitter @heidistephens.
Thanks everyone for joining in, and I’ll see you next week! Cheers Hx
They depart to an off-key version of Careless Whisper, which seems somehow appropriate. I’m really glad you’re never going to dance again, Daniel.
So dead-eyed Daniel is leaving on a jet plane back to count his millions in Ireland, and Kristina is finished for the season, having fulfilled her contractual obligations without any kind of love-triangle scandal. Well done Kristina, the nation loves you. »
- Heidi Stephens
Well, we've had our first 10 of the series on Strictly Come Dancing courtesy of Jay McGuiness - but will any more pop up on Saturday night? Well, we can start guessing now as the song and dance list is out:
Song: 'What a Wonderful World' - Louis Armstrong
Song: 'Hips Don't Lie' - Shakira
Dance: Paso Doble
Song: 'Espana Cani' - Trad
Dance: American Smooth
Song: 'Reach' - S Club 7
Song: 'Miami Sound Machine' - Doctor Beat
Song: 'Straight Up' - Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox
Song: 'My Generation' - The »
Now that is how you kick off an inaugural awards show! Spanish-language music took center stage tonight at the Latin American Music Awards, the first of its kind to follow the American Music Awards' fan-voted platform. Hosted by Latin America's sweetheart and telenovela star Lucero, the evening delivered explosive performances from musical sensations across multiple genres including Paulina Rubio, Lil Jon, Shaggy and Daddy Yankee as well as appearances from Adrienne Bailon and Chiquis Rivera. Salsa icon Celia Cruz was honored with an unforgettable medley from Aymée Nuviola—who will portray the late singer in an upcoming Telemundo series—alongside singers »
Telemundo said Tuesday that it’s spicing up its 2015-2016 lineup with a series starring a Mexican superstar and a musical drama revolving around the Queen of Salsa. Among the company’s new and returning programming announced May 12 in New York as part of the upfronts is the scripted drama series “Celia” based on the life of late Cuban-American music legend Celia Cruz. The Spanish language broadcaster is also rolling out the telenovela “La Indomable” (The Indomitable), featuring superstar Mexican singer, songwriter and actress Lucero. Telemundo says its weekday primetime ratings are up 20 percent year-to-date among adults 18-49, thanks to reality. »
- Anita Bennett
4 items from 2015
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