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Bros star Matt Goss revealed as eighth Strictly Contestant joining star-studded line-up
Strictly Come Dancing.The 53-year-old was announced as the 8th contestant to sign on the dotted line to take part in the long-running Saturday night BBC ballroom dancing competition.Holiday hosts Josie Gibson and Craig Doyle played coy throughout Monday's edition of This Morning as they teased viewers of a dramatic reveal at the end of the ITV daytime chat show calling it "showbiz' biggest secret".READ MORE: Strictly Come Dancing bosses sign up Paralympian Ellie Simmonds for BBC show But it was eventually announced that Matt will don his best dancing shoes as his prepares to take to the famous BBC ballroom studio to face the returning judges Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and the last remaining original judge, Craig Revel Horwood in the autumn.He exclaimed: "To be highly judged in this show and just and be critiqued is actually exciting to me in a weird way because I've got butterflies for the first time in in in three decades." The Bros member said: "I genuinely am quite nervous and it's just it's a nice feeling to be that nervous"He joins the likes of Ellie Simmonds, Jayde Adams, Kaye Adams, Kym Marsh, Richie Anderson, Tyler West and British TV actor Will Mellor who have already been announced as contestants for the 2022 series.Matt beamed as he made a grand entrace into the This Morning studio, as a large purple curtain dropped and confetti filled the air. DJ Tyler West is the latest name to be confirmed having announced his news on Monday's edition of KISS Breakfast with former Diversity stars, Jordan & Perri.The fellow KISS DJ is best known for his television presenting work on shows such as MOTD KickAbout and Blue Peter on CBBC.
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Dan Walker fumes over 'never heard of them crew' as he addresses Strictly line-up backlash
Dan Walker, 45, turned to social media to express his outrage today after a number of people complained that they’ve “never heard of” the celebrities completing Strictly Come Dancing’s line-up this year.The former contestant bluntly told those who were making a fuss to “google it”. Taking to Instagram, he wrote: “Will never get my head around the ‘never heard of them’ crew when you see someone announced on #Strictly who you don’t know much about."“Get on Google, learn a bit about them,” he added incredulously.“Looking forward to seeing the full set of this year’s bunch.”The former BBC Breakfast presenter shared the same message with his Twitter page, and in view of his 771,000 followers. READ MORE: Anne Heche 'rushed to hospital with burns as car crashes into house'Dan competed in Strictly 2021, lasting until week 11 and coming fifth with professional partner Nadiya Bychkova.However, it was EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice who went home with the Glitterball Trophy.This year, a new line-up is taking shape, with each celebrity being dramatically announced one by one. Hollyoaks actor Will Mellor was the first famous face to be revealed, with Coronation Street actress and Morning Live presenter Kym Marsh being next up. BBC Radio Two’s Richie Anderson followed soon after before Loose Women’s Kaye Adams took up the fourth spot.Comedian Jayde Adams was the latest contestant to be announced, with news of her taking to the dancefloor breaking today.Every year, Strictly has a mix of famous faces and rising stars, with lesser-known celebs often going on to win the show. Dan’s followers took to the comments section of his tweet to discuss whether it was fair to comment on how known a celebrity is before
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Two Pints of Lager 'most politically correct comedy BBC in 20 years', says writer
Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps is the most politically correct BBC comedy of the last 20 years, according to writer Susan Nickson.The laddish sitcom, which starred Ralf Little, Will Mellor, Sheridan Smith, Natalie Casey and Kathryn Drysdale, aired between 2001 and 2011.And screenwriter Susan has revealed that the BBC Archive department has revisited every episode of the programme to remove any jokes that could be deemed offensive to a modern audience.READ MORE: Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet Of Crisps star Will Mellor says reboot is 'revamped'It is part of a project by BBC Archive to check all culturally significant programming from the last 20 years to ensure any offensive material is omitted from those shows.Susan, 40, has been told that Two Pints has been left intact because “they can’t find anything offensive to take out”, despite its reputation as a “reassuringly offensive” comedy.She said: “The BBC are going through the archives at the minute and having to fillet out anything that’s offensive.“Our brand was, I think the publicity department at the time came up with ‘reassuringly offensive’ to replicate a certain beer brand’s advert.“They’ve gone through an awful lot of comedy programmes over the last 20 years to put in the archives and they’ve taken out things that people might find offensive in 2022 and Two Pints is one of the only shows where they can’t find anything offensive to take out.“Because there’s no racism, there’s no sexism, there’s nothing.”Susan previously revealed that she has an idea for a new series of Two Pints which will focus on ageing best mates Gaz Wilkinson and Jonny Keogh - played by Will and Ralf respectively - and how they are coping in a world where toxic masculinity is being