Strictly Come Dancing presenter Claudia Winkleman will Graham Norton after he leaves his Saturday morning BBC Radio 2 show
The singer was caught on camera using foul language, but many viewers hadn't noticed.
Claudia Winkleman has said her dancing makes people 'physically sick' after she's asked if she would ever consider being a Strictly contestant
The presenter's daughter Matilda was injured when her Halloween costume caught fire in 2014.
The 'This Morning' host said of the 'Strictly Come Dancing' presenter's eye make-up brand, "I wouldn't know who Claudia was."
Graham Norton earns more than Gary Lineker but is paid through his independent production company.
Last year, Claudia Winkleman was forced to take time off hosting Strictly Come Dancing after her eight-year-old daughter, Matilda, was left with serious third degree burns following a tragic Halloween accident. Back in May, Claudia bravely opened up about her daughter’s ordeal for the first time in a harrowing interview with BBC Watchdog, admitting that she was speaking out in order to raise awareness among parents of the highly flammable Halloween costumes that are on sale. As the holiday approaches, the video has started to once again do the rounds on social media as viewers thank Claudia for bringing the problematic nature of Halloween costumes to their attention.
Strictly Come Dancing contestants have been banned from dressing in clown costumes for this week’s Halloween special – and personally we think it’s a very good jester. “Halloween is a big event in the Strictly calendar but producers have decided to count out clowns this year,” a source told the Daily Star. To clarify, contestants can consider spiders, witches, monsters and ghosts, but the honking red noses, rainbow-striped wigs and jumbo-sized bow ties will remain in Ed Balls’ wardrobe.
Lord Alan Sugar took to Twitter to share a critical commentary of Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday night. The host of BBC One show The Apprentice sniped about contestant Ed Balls and presenter Claudia Winkleman, firing his darts of disdain in 140 characters or less. Reviewing the controversial results show, the straight-talking business magnate blasted the former Labour MP and shadow Chancellor, who performed Samba to Cuban Pete while dressed as The Mask (Yes, REALLY).
Some of the injuries being picked up by the boys in Strictly Come Dancing this year are enough to make your eyes water. Yesterday it was BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba explaining that his “downstairs” took an “absolute beating” during rehearsals for the show, and now Olympian Greg Rutherford has revealed that practicing the jive with partner Natalie Lowe left him fearing for his ability to become a father.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel-Horwood has opened up about the loss of his dad – and explained how his tragic death has made him careful about his own relationship with booze. The BBC judge’s dad Phil died at home in Austrialia from blood poisoning after drinking a bottle of home brew rum in December last year. “It’s the last time I properly cried,” Craig told the Sunday Mirror.