Strictly Come Dancing runner-up, Georgia May Foote will make her stage debut as Holly Golightly in Breakfast At Tiffany's.Read the full story ›
Strictly Come Dancing professional Aliona Vilani is leaving the show after seven years - despite winning this season's competition.Read the full story ›
The dancer said it was 'time to move on' from the show a day after she claimed results were manipulated by judges.Read the full story ›
Strictly Come Dancing was forced to apologise after judge Bruno Tonioli swore on live television.Read the full story ›
The ITV2 star is the seventh celebrity to be confirmed for this year's series which starts in September.Read the full story ›
The BBC journalist follows in the footsteps of John Sergeant and Susanna Reid in slipping on his dancing shoes.Read the full story ›
Michelle Keegan said she won't follow in her fiance's footsteps and sign up for Strictly Come Dancing as it was "so horrible" watching him.Read the full story ›
Strictly Come Dancing's stand-in presenter Zoe Ball has ruled herself out of taking the role full time.Read the full story ›
TV presenter Caroline Flack and her partner Pasha Kovalev have delivered a set of unbeatable performances to win BBC's Strictly Come Dancing 2014.
Flack and Kovalev secured three perfect 40 scores for dances which included the cha cha cha and Charleston.
The former Xtra Factor host jumped for joy upon lifting the glitter ball trophy and said winning was the "best feeling in the whole world".
"This has been the best experience of my whole life," she added.
A young fan sent a picture to the Strictly Come Dancing team and addressed the enveloped simple 'Strickly BBC 1'.Read the full story ›