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The Strictly Come Dancing finale aired last night and Twitter is freaking out

The Strictly Come Dancing finale aired last night and Twitter is freaking out

Entertainment, Film & TV, UK
  Words: Fatima Nasir | Subbing: Joanne Clark Strictly Come Dancing's most anticipated grand finale aired last night and Twitter is in a meltdown. The hashtags '#strictlycomedancing', '#strictly2017' and '#strictly' are trending on Twitter as viewers pour in with their views on the series finale. The dance show has broken its own records, as this year's series is the most popular in the show's 14 year history with an average audience of 11 million. The grand finale finished with a 13.1 million viewership, which is less than the 2010 finale, which had an audience of 14.3 million. Fans were divided on last night's win, with Alexandra Burke being a major favourite, along with Gemma Atkinson. Strictly's 2017 winner Joe McFadden was taking the lead in most online polls and Twitte...

Roald Dahl’s Big Christmas Comeback

Entertainment, Film & TV
‘Revolting Rhymes’ will be adapted for the BBC this December. Reporter: Alex Clement | Sub-Editor: Marta Szymborska The small collection of rhymes by the great Roald Dahl will be making its comeback this Christmas, and on to our screens. ‘Revolting Rhymes’ was written in 1982 and makes up of six stories, which recite the classical fairytales we know and love, but with twists and turns that will surprise us all. The producers who created ‘The Gruffalo’ and ‘Room on the Broom’, will be behind this latest TV adaptation and it’ll be shown on BBC One this December. It will mark 100 years since the birth of the beloved Roald Dahl, and to celebrate, stars such as David Walliams, Dominc West, Rob Brydon and Tamsin Grieg are said to be voicing characters in his stories. Rose Leslie, Bertie
Bye Bye Bake Off

Bye Bye Bake Off

Entertainment, Film & TV, Uncategorized
Nine weeks down, one to go. How will The British Bake Off come to its conclusion? Reporter: Alex Clement |  Sub-Editor: Andrew Whiteford So Selasi has left the tent. And now what? We mourn for this great man. For the last nine weeks in #GBBO, we’ve seen him at his finest. He seemed so calm in his natural habitat, rolling around on the floor of the Bake Off tent and just minding his own business. Just baking, as you do. He was a natural comedian, and if he fails to make it in the baking world, then watch out Michael McIntyre, he could be taking your spot next year. He charmed us through the TV screens and dazed us with his good looks, but now he has broken our hearts with his sudden departure. We thought good old Selasi Gbormittah might make it. He could put an edge over Andrew and