from: BBC News Oscar-nominated Cynthia Erivo will replace Craig Revel-Horwood this weekend after he caught Covid.
Several viewers got in touch to say they thought they had seen a lump under Shirley Ballas’s arm.
from: BBC News The Loose Women presenter will return next week, “all being well”, a show spokesperson said.
SNP MP John Nicolson described some fans as “numpties dancing around in cod-Arabic dresses”.
from: BBC News The comedian and author made the decision to leave the competition because of ill health.
from: BBC News Corrie’s Sally Dynevor, the Happy Mondays’ Bez and ex-Strictly pro Brendan Cole are on the bill.
from: BBC News But ITV says the actor and presenter will continue to host its All Star Musicals specials.
A round-up of 15 things we learned from this year’s Strictly Come Dancing celebrities.
from: BBC News EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis will become the show’s first deaf contestant later this month.
from: BBC News Grown men dancing and endless chanting – Cristiano Ronaldo’s triumphant return was a day to remember at Old Trafford.
Police describe Abdelhadi Bahou Jabour’s moves as “part Bruce Forsyth, part Artful Dodger”.
Isaac Bowry is from a Manchester council estate and wants to show that “dancing is for everyone”.
An Indian police officer has become a social media sensation because of his viral dance videos. from: BBC News
McFly’s Tom Fletcher, TV presenter AJ Odudu and Peep Show’s Robert Webb will take to the dancefloor.