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Strictly Come Dancing is still months away, but the rumours about which celebrities could be taking part this year are really starting to heat up now - and they've been going since January. So it felt like a good time to start to put together all the speculation we've heard to see if we can figure out who'll be hitting the ballroom in the new series.
Whether these stars actually end up donning Lycra and glitter remains to be seen, but these are the most likely according to the rumours we've heard lately...
Who? Actress (and Robbie Williams's wife)
The rumour: Ayda is the first person we spotted being linked to this year's Strictly... all the way back in January, less than a month after last year's series finished! Apparently, she was approached for the show last year but had to pull out because she became pregnant. »
ITV breakfast show pulls in fewer viewers than its predecessor, despite £1.5m revamp and hiring of Susanna Reid
And despite high-profile signings such as Susanna Reid from the BBC, Gmb is still being regularly beaten by rival BBC Breakfast.
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- Tara Conlan
The presenter said that her temporary Good Morning Britain co-host "brings a whole new energy to the programme".
Morgan is standing in for Ben Shephard on the ITV breakfast show this week.
Speaking on Loose Women, Reid said: "It's fantastic working with him but he's a force of nature.
"It's like sitting next to a mini tornado and I think whenever anyone gets interviewed by him, they feel like they've been through a tornado!
"You should see the looks on guests' faces after they've been interviewed by Piers. They're like, 'What just happened?!'"
She continued: "It's a real privilege working with him though. He's been there, done it. It's incredible the kind of career he's had.
"It's fantastic and he brings a whole new energy to the programme and I am very much looking forward to working with him again tomorrow, »
Sony's online gaming division has a new owner, and has been renamed Daybreak Game Company...
Soe, or Sony Entertainment Entertainment, has been sold to a new owner, and has promptly been renamed and turned into a multi-platform endeavour. The new name for the company is Daybreak Game Company, and the new owner, investment firm Columbus Nova, and Daybreak have outlined plans for the future, with a statement on the official Soe site.
"Today, we are pleased to announce that we have been acquired by Columbus Nova, an investment management firm well known for its success with its existing portfolio of technology, media and entertainment focused companies. This means that effective immediately Soe will operate as an independent game development studio where we will continue to focus on creating exceptional online games for players around the world, and now as a multi-platform gaming company. Yes, that means PlayStation and Xbox, mobile and more! »
4 items from 2015
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