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It was back to normal this week, Strictly fans: no theme, no guest judge and hopefully no crabs. Let the dancing commence!
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Craig saves Mark and Karen, as does Darcey and Bruno. Len would have done likewise, so its a clean sweep for Mark and Karen. Which means its time for Tim and Natalie to go home he says some lovely things about Natalie and the honour of being on Strictly, and its all quite moving. Then Tims hand wanders off towards Natalies bottom and she gently moves it, »
- Heidi Stephens
There's no rest for the celebs, who are straight into training for their next tricky routines. But what are they dancing, and which songs are they getting? Read on for all the details...
Song: 'Bootylicious' - Destiny's Child
Song: 'We Go Together' from Grease
Dance: Cha Cha
Song: 'Call Me Maybe' - Carly Rae Jepsen
Song: 'Jealousy' - Billy Fury
Song: 'Tiger Feet' - Mud
Song: 'Stay With Me' - Sam Smith
Aaliyah is getting the biopic treatment from Lifetime. Zendaya Coleman, star of The Disney Channel's "Shake It Up" and a contestant on Season 16 of "Dancing with the Stars," has signed on to play the late R&B singer in a new Original Movie on the network that will film this summer and premiere in the fall, Lifetime announced today. Based on the book "Aaliyah: More Than a Woman" by Christopher Farley, "Aaliyah: Princess of R&B" will chart the singer's rise from Star Search contestant at age 10 to internationally-recognized recording star (and budding actress) before her life was tragically cut short in a plane crash at the age of 22. In addition to starring, Zendaya (who paid homage to the late singer in the music video for her platinum-selling single "Replay") will also record four of Aaliyah's songs for the film, which is set to be directed by »
- Chris Eggertsen
Aaliyah topped the charts from 1994 to her death at just 22 years old in 2001, but has yet to get a biopic. This one will be based on Christopher Farley's bestselling biography "Aaliyah: More Than a Woman".
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- Garth Franklin
After announcing a biopic of late singer Whitney Houston, Lifetime is adding another movie about a fallen pop star to its schedule.
The network is set to make a film about the life of Aaliyah, the R&B singer who died in 2001, featuring current Disney star Zendaya Coleman in the title role. Coleman -- who professionally goes by only her first name, just like Aaliyah -- is the star of Disney Channel series "Shake it Up!," and last year completed a stint on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." In addition to her similar choice of moniker, Coleman is also a singer, scoring a million-selling single from her 2013 self-titled debut album.
Aaliyah was just 22 when she died in a plane crash in the Bahamas after shooting a music video there. During her short lifetime, she frequently topped the charts with hits like "Try Again" and "Are You That Somebody," and had »
- Katie Roberts
5 items from 2014
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