HER family were always in the mood for dancing – and romancing – so Coleen Nolan’s found the perfect show to help her find love.
Coleen Nolan has signed up for Channel 4’s Celeb Flirty Dancing special, in aid of Stand Up To Cancer[/caption]
Twice-divorced Loose Women panellist Coleen, who had a huge 70s hit with I’m In The Mood For Dancing, will strut her stuff as she tries to find Mr Right.
She said: “Talking about my love life on TV is second nature to me but Flirty Dancing was a whole new ball game. I don’t think I’ve ever been so nervous.
“But I loved the show and as it’s for such a good cause I decided to step out of my comfort zone and give it a go.”
Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire is the other celebrity contestant joining Coleen on the show.
The Loose Women panellist, who divorced husband Ray Fensome earlier this year, will strut her stuff as she tries to find her new Mr Right[/caption]
It sees two strangers learn two opposing parts of a romantic dance choreographed by host Ashley Banjo, before performing it as a duo.
Coleen, whose dad Tommy and sister Bernie died of cancer and siblings Anne and Linda battled the disease, said: “It’s no secret cancer has deeply affected our family so I am delighted to do anything I can to help raise money for Stand Up To Cancer.
“The work being done is phenomenal.”
I wish her the best of luck.
Coleen will be joined on the celebrity special by Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire[/caption]
RU PAUL’s Drag Race favourite Baga Chipz has had an A-list makeover ahead of the final.
She has visited celeb cosmetic surgeon Dr Vincent Wong for Juvederm cheek, lip, eye AND chin enhancements. She means (show)business.
Megan is Xtra stylish
MEGAN McKenna looks rather stylish in this black top and jeans, but it was a different story a decade ago.
She told Loose Women yesterday the legwarmers and tutu she wore to audition on 2009’s Britain’s Got Talent were “awful”.
Megan McKenna toned it down in a simple but elegant black outift[/caption]
Her style might have come miles since her 2009 BGT days, but she still looked odd in a floaty yellow number on X Factor: Celeb[/caption]
EMILY Atack has backed Jacqueline Jossa to take the jungle crown on I’m A Celebrity . . .
The show’s Extra Camp host said: “She’s been through quite a lot. I think she could really find some positives. We’re rooting for her.”
Kevin is hooked
KEVIN Clifton was booted out of Strictly early, then stood in for Neil Jones – but he still craves being in the spotlight.
The dancer admitted on BBC Sounds’ Don’t Tell Me The Score he’s nicknamed Tinkerbell because he just loves getting applause.
Strictly pro Kevin Clifton has confessed that he craves the spotlight[/caption]
Kevin said: “This is where the Tinkerbell (from the movie Hook) thing comes from. If they’re not clapping me then I’m going to die.”
He added: “I wanted to be celebrated as this winner, and for everyone to tell me how good I am, because I needed that. And I’m still trying to let go of that.”
This year he lasted three weeks after being paired with Anneka Rice, which fans believe was a punishment for his romance with dance partner and 2018 winner Stacey Dooley.
He’ll want to be dancing for longer next time.
MTV is in the wed
A CRAZY new show which sees couples surprised with a wedding is coming to MTV.
Weddy Or Not will see loved-up partners and engaged pairs have the ceremony sprung on them – which could prove awkward, because one of them isn’t really up for getting hitched.
MTV’s upcoming show Weddy Or Not sounds like the marital version of Just Tattoo Of Us, presented by Charlotte Crosby[/caption]
It sounds like the marital version of the channel’s Just Tattoo Of Us, where pals pick each other’s inkings – whether they like it or not.
Either way, it sounds agonising.
EASTENDERS has its own Monopoly game.
The iconic board game has been given a makeover with the locations being swapped for soap characters, including Dot Cotton.
It is on sale exclusively at The Works for £29.99.
Gordon has Lynx effect
PREPARE to let out a very big “aaaaah” as the BBC reveals a heart-warming nature show as part of its festive schedules.
Snow Cats And Me celebrates the efforts of wildlife filmmaker Gordon Buchanan and Dr Victor Lukarevsky as they save lynx from Russian fur traders.
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The creatures are then released back into the wild and viewers will get to watch them as they adapt to their natural environment.
The two-part documentary on BBC2 focuses on two cats Koshka and Miass, who mate and end up having a litter of cute kittens.
The lynx effect will be purr-fect Christmas viewing.
WHAT? BBC Children in Need: 2019, BBC1, 7.30pm.
WHY? Graham Norton, Tess Daly and Mel Giedroyc introduce the acts raising cash. Settle in for a Dr Who special, EastEnders does Strictly and more.
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