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Where are the Strictly Come Dancing winners now? From Natasha Kaplinsky to Rose Ayling-Ellis
Strictly Come Dancing is back on TV after the launch of the show was delayed following the death of Her Majesty The Queen on September 8.The new series is sure to bring all the glitz and glam this year, with the likes of Paralympian Ellie Simmons, EastEnders stat James Bye and TV presenter Helen Skelton on the line up.The new contestants are hoping to follow in the footsteps of last year's winner Rose Ayling-Ellis as they are judged each week on the likes of their quickstep, foxtrot and cha-cha alongside their professional partners.But what are the former winners of Strictly Come Dancing up to now following the competition?Rose Ayling-Ellis won the series in 2021 alongside Strictly pro Giovanni Pernice.She made Strictly history as the shows's first-ever deaf contestant and for her emotional contemporary routine which featured 10 seconds of silence in tribute to the deaf community.Since Rose won the coveted Strictly trophy, she returned to EastEnders for her final scenes as Frankie Lewis and she went on to win a BAFTA alongside dance partner Giovanni for their performance on Strictly.Last month, she also starred in a new campaign for Barbie as they collaboratively launched the first-ever deaf Barbie Doll.Bill Bailey went on to win Strictly in 2020 alongside partner Oti Mabuse.The comedian went back to his roots following the Strictly win, announcing a UK tour of his En Route To Normal stand-up show.He also explored new avenues, making a live TV presenting debut on Steph's Packed Lunch when he covered for regular host Steph McGovern on her self-titled Channel 4 show.Emmerdale's Kelvin Fletcher became the success story of Strictly 2019 after winning the series with Oti Mabuse when producers only drafted him in at the every
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EastEnders Frankie’s 'unfair' exit slammed by furious fans as Rose Ayling-Ellis quits
EastEnders fans are blasting the soap’s highly anticipated exit of Frankie Lewis after her storyline was overshadowed by Janine’s pregnancy news.Frankie’s exit has been rumoured for months, with millions of fans across the nation saying goodbye to the fan favourite as she accepts a new job in Scotland.But viewers were left “furious” as the emotional scenes unfolded when Frankie’s exit appeared to be a secondary storyline in the episode.READ NEXT: Maisie Smith shows off rippling abs in tiny crop top amid Celebrity SAS stintAs Mick arranged a Scottish-themed party at the Old Vic, Mick was seen giving a heartfelt speech and using sign language to say I love you to his daughter.But he soon learned of Janine’s pregnancy and her plan to have an abortion and fled to party, before the storyline appeared to fizzle away from Frankie.Other scenes also focused the father-daughter drama between Dotty and Rocky.Fans took to social media to react: “All I’m gonna say, Frankie deserved the episode be all about her,” said one fan.“I’m sorry but Frankie deserved to be the centre of attention in this episode; I don’t give a toss about Rocky/Dotty,” blasted a second.While a third penned: “furious! Janine’s pregnancy is getting too much screen time. Shouldn’t this be about Frankie?!”Other fans also blasted show bosses for not giving Frankie a “duff duff” or a Julia’s theme ending.Julia's Theme ends an episode with a slow build-up played on piano, usually after the departure of a long serving character or a particularly emotional event.
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Big Brother bosses planning huge shake up ahead of series' iconic return
Big Brother bosses and new home-channel ITV are splashing out for the show's iconic return and there is set to be a major change this time around.The show was confirmed to be making a comeback after the finale episode of this year's Love Island aired when a simple message appeared showing the infamous Big Brother eye followed by a start date of 2023.ITV have confirmed they'll be building a new, standalone house for the contestants to stay in under the watchful eye of Big Brother.READ MORE: Rose Ayling-Ellis quits EastEnders role as Frankie Lewis after Strictly successThe show's executives have shortlisted potential sites for the new Big Brother house, all of which are in north London.Before news of a new house, ITV had hinted at building a temporary set within the huge Bovingdon airfield studio space in Hertfordshire for the rebooted series.A source revealed the building of a new house confirms the network are "clearly in this for the long haul".“The network plans on a successful multi-series run with Big Brother, just like Channel 4 did back in the day," the source told The Sun.The new house would remove the risk of "complicated rules and regulations of renting out a space", the source explained, before confirming it would allow the network to "pretty much do whatever they want".The original Big Brother house was situated in Bow, East London before it moved to Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire where it stayed until it was axed from Channel 5.The house was then demolished after the show's end in 2018.An insider revealed the show's bosses are “already working on designs of how they want the house to look" as they prepare for new housemates to follow in the footsteps of iconic contestants like the late Nikki Grahame, Jade