The Loose Women presenter and former Saturdays singer had been the bookmakers favourite to win the show.
The music producer told retired professional footballer David Ginola that standing behind the goal was an official position in soccer.
Frankie Bridge became anxious on her honeymoon flight about what would happen to her son if she wasn't around.
Frankie Bridge has been open about her struggles with mental health since becoming a mother.
The singer said she feels 'out of it' after running out of her medication over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The singer said she understood why problems arise for child stars as she spoke about the new Britney Spears documentary on 'Loose Women'.
Frankie Bridge has spoken of the 'so embarrassing' incident where she accidentally flashed her window cleaner after a shower when she forgot to close the blinds
The Radio DJ is taking part in a 100-mile trek across the Namib desert in southern Africa for Sport Relief.
The singer was on a video shoot for 'My Heart Takes Over' when she asked for medical help, but the shoot had already been paid for.
The Saturdays star Frankie reveals her husband Wayne has put his football past behind him.
In her new memoir, the singer explains how she was admitted to hospital and prescribed so many medications, her time spent there 'was a blur.'
Wheeeee, it’s Christmas! Let’s go mad on the sherry, dish out ridiculous scores because we feel sorry for someone – even though they count in proclaiming a winner – and not worry that all the couples have put in an equal amount of work and so, y’know, it’s really not that fair. Yes, it’s Christmas and having a good time is the most important thing and it really doesn’t matter who wins except, actually, it does.
Here’s some exciting festive news if you’re still reeling from Melvin Odoom’s early exit from Strictly Come Dancing this year. Radio DJ Melvin is just one of the stars who’ll be squeezing back into the lycra and sequins to appear on the show’s festive special, which is due to air on BBC One on Christmas day. Other celebrities roped in to perform a special routine in the hope of going home with the Strictly Silver Star to plonk upon their sizable Christmas trees include TV chef Ainsley Harriott, Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge, Olympic gold medalist Denise Lewis, comedian Pamela Stephenson, and Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones. It just so happens to be long-serving head judge Len Goodman’s final stint alongside Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell on the judging panel.
Frankie Bridge has confirmed that The Saturdays are taking an indefinite break, however, says that she wouldn’t rule out a reunion in the future. Speaking exclusively to Yahoo Celebrity at Superdrug’s #FeelGood Salon for Marie Curie, the pop star says the band are currently taking time out to pursue their own projects. Asked if the band feel a responsibility to stay together for their fans, Frankie said that she wasn’t worried because fans of The Saturdays are aware of the nature of the music industry.