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It’s the Strictly Come Dancing Final 2012 this Saturday, and what a final it is!
We reach week 8 in Strictly Come Dancing this evening, and see that the betting has definitely shaken up since since last weekend’s show at Wembley.
Last week’s X Factor began by bidding farewell to Lucy Spraggan, who was too ill to perform for the second week running so withdrew from the competition in order to be fair on the other contestants.
Things are hotting up on the dance floor at Strictly Come Dancing as we reach the sixth live show this weekend.
The X Factor's ‘Halloween’ week was certainly an entertaining one, with illnesses galore and a surprise bottom two.
The Ballroom Blitz intensifies this week as slowly but surely the dancers get whittled down.
Hollywood week last weekend saw the demise of Jerry Hall who lost out in the dance off against Cricketer Michael Vaughan (100/1 to win).
The third week of the X Factor live shows was ‘club classics’ week and was full of cheesy dance moves along with the usual varying degree of vocal abilities.
Tuesday’s second US Presidential Debate was a success for Barak Obama, who came back fighting after a disappointing first debate.
The second US Presidential debate takes place tonight, ahead of the US Presidential elections that are only three weeks away.
Saturday night’s second live show in this year’s X Factor lived up to expectations, with some singing sensations, a few cheesy acts and some sharpening off the judges’ claws.
Strictly Come Dancing has officially begun and after first week performances by all contestants how is Strictly Come Dancing betting shaping up for the stars?
The X factor is now into the live shows, with the first of which starting how it means to continue -being absolutely stuffed full of entertaining drama.
Strictly Come Dancing fans are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the new series which starts this Saturday.
Andy Murray will target a double gold-medal haul on Sunday as he competes in the finals of the men's singles and the mixed doubles at London 2012.
Usain Bolt will take up his place in the men's 100m semi-final at the Olympics today after qualifying from his heat with a pedestrian 10.09s run.
Team GB Men’s football team will meet South Korea in Cardiff on Saturday after beating Uruguay to finish top of Group A (13/2 to Olympic Football Gold Medal).
The Great British public celebrated two gold medals yesterday with rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning winning the women's coxless pairs, and Bradley Wiggins...
Team GB's Bradley Wiggins will attempt to make history this afternoon, by becoming the first man to win the Tour de France and Olympic gold in the very same year.
Team GB forward Craig Bellamy has been declared fit for tonight's men's football fixture against the United Arab Emirates at Wembley.