Jilly Cooper, Elaine Paige, Ainsley Harriott and Joanna Lumley attend a private view of 'Heads at the Tower' A Retrospective by Royal sculptor Frances Segelman held at the Tower of London in aid of the Stroke Association. London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 25th October 2016
With a short-lived but memorable career in pop behind him, Andre is already the bookies' favourite to win 'Strictly' 2015.
‘90s pop pin-up and TV star Peter Andre has agreed to take part in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ next month, making him the seventh celebrity name to sign up for the BBC show.
The ‘Mysterious Girl’ singer announced the news on Wednesday (August 19th), and revealed that he has been asked to take part in the dancing competition before, but that other commitments have prevented him from taking it on.
Peter Andre is the seventh celebrity name confirmed for 'Strictly' 2015
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The former 'Grange Hill' and 'Corrie' actress is the fourth name to be confirmed for 'Strictly' 2015.
The 24 year old actress, who quit her role as Katy Armstrong in the ITV soap earlier in 2015 to pursue a career in Hollywood, will be focussing on Britain for the foreseeable future as she’s been confirmed as the fourth contestant in the annual BBC dancing competition.
Georgia May Foote outside the BBC studios after confirming she'll be taking part in 'Strictly' 2015
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