Anita Rani has spoken about the importance of writing her autobiography for the women of her mother's generation who 'can't speak for themselves'.
Anita Rani's autobiography explores her experience of self-harming as a teenager, and she has revealed the journey which brought her to putting it into the book.
Anita Rani has spoken out about the time she was called a P-word in the pub with work friends and how it was a 'real catalyst' behind her decision to write her autobiography.
The 'Countryfile' presenter was sent home by judges following the semi-final dance off in 2015 and admits the loss still hurts.
Last week’s Strictly Come Dancing dance-off sparked outrage on social media after firm favourite Anita Rani was ousted from the competition by the judges in favour of BBC presenter Katie Derham. Now Katie herself has come forward to admit that the Four Rooms presenter WAS better than her - but she doesn’t think the backlash is justified. Speaking to Yahoo Celebrity and other press ahead of tonight’s Strictly final, she said: “If Anita were here alongside us all she’d be laughing about all the stuff that’s been in the press.
Ann Widdecombe with the iceberg and Nancy Dell'Olio with the coffin spring to mind. Katie and Anton’s finalist position is a bit of a shock, and not just because of Anton’s past. The judges’ comments about Katie and Anton’s Charleston and Waltz were far from complimentary, with Craig Revel Horwood even pulling out a lowly four.
You might want to sit down for this one: Peter Andre doesn’t “wear pants” underneath his Strictly Come Dancing outfits. The Mysterious Girl hitmaker has revealed that because of the way that his costumes are made for the dance contest he’s unable to wear any underwear, so he’s been going commando on the dance floor! Copyright [David Fisher/REX Shutterstock] He explained: “I don’t wear pants when I’m dancing. The shirts are held in place with poppers, a bit like a leotard.
Get sewing those sequins and buffing those dancing shoes, because The Wanted’s Jay McGuiness and presenter Anita Rani are the tenth and eleventh celebs to join the Strictly Come Dancing line-up. First to announce that he was ready to dance his socks off to get his mitts on that glitterball trophy was Jay McGuiness, who surprised listeners during a game of ‘Real or No Real’ with Matt Edmondson on BBC Radio 1.