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Dianne Buswell admits she ‘never thought’ she’d find love with Strictly boyfriend Joe Sugg
Express.co.uk.The Strictly Come Dancing star admitted she “never imagined” she would find love in a celebrity partner on the show. Dianne, 33, met Joe, 30, in 2018, when the pair were partnered up together for the sixteenth series of Strictly.The Youtuber and Australian dancer made it all the way to the final, before losing out to Stacey Dooley and her partner Kevin Clifton - who also ended up together.Speaking to Express.co.uk after setting a new Guinness world record for furthest distance danced by a couple with professional partner Pasquale La Rocca, Dianne reflected on her romance with Joe.Asked if she ever thought she’d ever find love with a celebrity partner on the show, she replied: “I never did, no.“And I feel like all the stars aligned with Joe because we're just literally such similar people in so many ways. “We're very different in ways too, but just our personalities just click so, so well. “I always think it's so weird how we met and I feel like everything was just aligned in the right place, right time for both of us. It was pretty special.”Dianne and Joe received a lot of media attention when their relationship went public, with plenty of fans still invested in their blossoming romance. Reflecting on the beginnings of their relationship, Dianne admitted: “I think maybe at first it was a bit like, ‘Oh, gosh, okay, so everyone's so into this’. “But now it's so normal for us.
‘I miss him’ Gemma Atkinson shares emotional post as fiancé Gorka Márquez reacts tearfully
Gemma Atkinson, 37, confessed she is yearning to see her fiancé Gorka Márquez, 31, in an emotional post today, as she took their toddler Mia on a walk without him.The Strictly Come Dancing star, who is currently away on tour, reacted tearfully to the sweet Instagram videos of their adorable family. Gemma took to Instagram today to share a heartfelt post with her 1.7 million followers. On her story, she posted a video of herself and her two-year-old daughter Mia going for a countryside walk with their two dogs.As Mia toddled along ahead with the pups and called out to her mum, Gemma told her: “I’m coming!” “My little pack,” she added fondly before laughing to the camera. She captioned the video: “Just missing @Gorka_Marquez.” Gemma also included an adorable clip of Mia trying to say hello to her grandad and waving at the camera as she tucked into a plate of food. After sharing a few backstage snaps from his time on tour a few hours earlier, Gorka then shared his own emotional response to the videos with his 696,000 Instagram followers. He re-posted Gemma’s clips and was clearly impacted by them, as he responded with some heart emojis and a couple of holding back tears emojis. Gorka, who was most recently snapped outside the New Theatre in Oxford, appeared to be hanging out with fellow Strictly stars Neil Jones and Dianne Buswell on his latest story. The star has been busy travelling around the country and will be performing in Strictly Come Dancing The Professionals tonight at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham.Gemma and Gorka met through Strictly back in 2017 when the soap star was competing alongside Aljaž Škorjanec, 32, who announced his exit from Strictly earlier this year.The Hits Radio presenter got engaged last
Joe Sugg shares predictions for this year's Strictly Come Dancing 20th anniversary series
Strictly Come Dancing finalist Joe Sugg has shared some of his predictions on the upcoming series of the BBC competition. The 30-year-old YouTube sensation, who is the brother of fellow YouTuber Zoe Sugg AKA Zoella, thinks that the show could head back to Blackpool this year.Joe shot to national fame and became a household name back in 2018 when he reached the final of the show with now-partner Dianne Buswell, who is a professional ballroom dancer.Speaking to The Express, Joe opened up about all things Strictly, while touching upon his partner Dianne returning to the show for 2022.He revealed that Dianne is very excited about the upcoming season of the show, which will return this autumn because it's the 20th anniversary.He then added: "I think it could be the first year back."Clearing things up quickly, he urged that he didn't know for sure.Adding: "But I would like to think because of the current situation the world’s in that it is going to be a year where things to feel a bit more back to normal as well."Explaining how he thinks it’s perfect timing for the 20th series, Joe added that he is hoping Blackpool will return.He added: "I am hoping we are going to see an audience in the ballroom again and I know it is going to be great to see."I am super excited to watch it again and get behind them all." This comes after has cosied up to his professional dancer girlfriend while sharing a sizzling snog.
Holly Willoughby blamed for ITV flop show The Game's low ratings
Holly Willoughby helped cause her flop show The Games to lose even more viewers.The presenter is currently fronting the nightly celebrity sports show on ITV which launched on Monday with just 2million viewers.However on Tuesday (May 10) it lost a further 500,000 fans.One of the reasons for the dip was because The Games clashed in the schedules at 9pm with Holly’s rival BBC One show Freeze The Fear.The programme – featuring the stars such as Alfie Boe and Dianne Buswell in icy challenges in the Alps – drew 1.8 million viewers.The Games – which has the likes of Christine McGuinness and Ryan Thomas competing in sports events – trailed behind on 1.5million.It means the ITV show has lost 500,000 viewers in just 24 hours.Fans have not taken to The Games which was revived by the station this year after being axed by Channel 4 back in 2006.Holly and co-presenter Freddie Flintoff have been presiding over the programme which features live action and chat along with pre-recorded footage.Viewers have blasted the show with comments such as “If this was on the BBC I’d demand my money back”, “This reboot is a bit naff” and “This rubbish is on prime time every night this week”.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Others moaned about the fact that Holly never seems to be off the box.Comments included “I am sick of seeing her on everything”, “Turned off when I saw she was on it” and “Is no one else available to host this?”ITV says of The Games: “The competition builds across this week, before the winner is crowned in Friday’s final show.”
Dianne Buswell reflects on disappointment after early exit from Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell has revealed she was left feeling "disappointed" over early her exit from the show, as she opened up how she deals with negativity and anxiety.The dancer, 33, was paired up with comedian Robert Webb, 49, in the last series of the popular show - but the pair pulled out over the funnyman's "ill health".Discussing their exit, Dianne went on to explain in a piece in the Daily Mail: "It was disappointing to leave Strictly so early because of [Robert's] health, but I reminded myself that I was lucky to have a partner."The professional dancer also explained how her positive approach helped deal with her early exit from the show, saying she tries to "focus on the things [she has],".She also admitted that she has her "fair share of self-doubt and negativity," as well as anxiety and has felt under more pressure as she has become more successful.Dianne recently starred as one of the contestants on new BBC show Freeze The Fear with Wim Hof, which sees celebs taking on challenges in the extreme cold, under the watchful eye of Dutch motivational speaker Wim - AKA The Iceman.She said confronting her anxiety with Wim Hof was "liberating,Dianne said despite filming finishing months ago, she's still using some of the techniques she learnt, including the three-minute freezing showers and breathing exercises.She said: "When we were filming the breathing exercise, I broke down, as I was basically releasing a past trauma.
Janette Manrara and Aljaz Skorjanec reveal their dream plan after Strictly Come Dancing
HELLO! magazine, Aljaz Skorjanec and Janette Manrara reveal they would like to present a television show together.In the interview – their first since Aljaz announced in March that he's following in his wife's footsteps and leaving Strictly Come Dancing – the married professional dancers reveal they have set their sights on becoming the new Eammon Holmes and Ruth Langsford."We love watching Eammon and Ruth, so to do something like that would be amazing," Janette, who quit Strictly last year to present its spin-off show It Takes Two, tells the magazine.WATCH: Janette Manrara reveals bittersweet decision to swap dancing for presenting"Being a couple on Strictly gave us an edge and I feel like it can be exactly the same when it comes to, potentially, one day being on a different kind of TV programme together," adds Aljaz, who is also retraining as an actor and has a film role in the pipeline. He has been having acting lessons and auditioning for roles, as well as having discussions with TV and radio networks.READ: Dianne Buswell gives update on her Strictly future after Aljaz Skorjanec's shock exitGALLERY: The Strictly pros who quit the show and why Aljaz announced he had quit Strictly in March"I've had an incredible nine years on Strictly and have felt so lucky to be there, but it felt like the right time to take a risk and open myself up to new challenges," he explains."I want to try other things like film, TV and radio while I'm still young enough and my body is 100 per cent capable.
Strictly’s Dianne Buswell opens up on eating disorder that almost caused 'heart attack'
Strictly Come Dancing professional Dianne Buswell has opened up about her devastating eating disorder which could have caused her to have a “heart attack” in her early twenties.During the latest instalment of Freeze the Fear on Tuesday (May 3), the professional ballroom dancer shared her difficult relationship with food as she confessed that she had a serious eating disorder at one point.After working on a cruise line for many years, the 32-year-old explained how she and her fellow dancers were subjected to weekly weigh ins and was even given two “weight warnings” after she gained two kilos while away at sea.She went on to explain that over the years she developed an unhealthy relationship with her body image and would even “make herself sick” in order to keep the weight off while performing mind-blowing performances every week.The professional dancer told her fellow co-stars: “I worked on a cruise ship for quite a while, but it’s tricky as a dancer because you get weighed.“We got weighed every week, we had a thing called a W.W which is a weight warning [and] I had like two of them in my time [where] I weighed two more kilos than I do now.“I'd have a bit of spinach and you’d watch all the other girls and they would be the same you just didn’t eat and you were surrounded by food.”The Strictly pro went on to explain that through her dancing career she started to try and alter her body at an unhealthy level where she would make herself sick. She continued: “I adore dancing but as I became more successful in my dancing, the pressures also grew and that can sort of spiral you into this almost self-doubt and the pressure of that it makes you do crazy things.
Strictly's Karen Hauer and Luba Mushtuk sizzle as they pose for steamy shower snap
Strictly Come Dancing star Karen Hauer put on a jaw-dropping display in her recent social media snap.The dancing pro took to Instagram and shared a photo of herself enjoying a spa day with her Strictly co-star Luba Mushtuk.Karen, 39, put on a steamy display as she raised her hands above her head in the shower - with her peachy behind on full display.The Venezuelan native showed off her toned figure and endless pins as she donned a skimpy black bikini.In one of the snaps, Luba, 32, joined Karen in the shower and the pair left fans hot under the collar as they posed up a storm together.In another picture, the dancing duo moved to a hot tub and continued their racy poses.In view of her 281k followers, Karen captioned the series of steamy snaps: "Spa day with my Bestie #dayoffwellspent."Fans of the Latin dance specialist flocked to the comments to show their appreciation of the raunchy display.One user wrote: "Ooeer mrs, that will get the blood racing, have a fab time."A second gushed: "Those bodies" followed by a flame.A third penned: "So very beautiful."32-year-old Luba also shared a similar gallery of shots to her Instagram alongside the words: "Perfect spa day off with my wifey @karenhauer."Both Karen and Luba are amongst those confirmed for the 2022 Strictly Come Dancing professional line-up. The two friends will join the likes of Katya Jones, Kai Widdrington, Amy Dowden, Johannes Radebe, Dianne Buswell, Gorka Marquez and more as they compete for a chance to win the Glitterball trophy.
Strictly Come Dancing's Dianne Buswell breaks silence as two pros quit BBC show
Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell has said "it is really sad" to see two of her BBC One co-stars announce they will be leaving the programme.Last month, Aljaž Škorjanec issued a statement confirming he wouldn't be returning to the programme, having starred as a professional dancer for the past nine yearsThe Slovenian star said stepping out onto the Strictly dancefloor left him more nervous than any other aspect of his career.Meanwhile, Oti Mabuse who won the famous trophy for two consecutive years also announced her departure after seven "incredible years" on the Saturday night family programme.Reflecting on their decision while appearing on ITV's Lorraine with Christine Lampard, Dianne: "I actually started with Aljaž, many many years ago, before Strictly."I have known Aljaž and Janette for ages, so to see Aljaž go, it's really sad, it's like your brother is leaving"The thing with everyone, same with Oti, is that we are still so close – we're still going to see everyone."We'll still see them, they're still a part of the show, it's just they won't be there."Oti is believed to have wanted to pursue further television projects away from the BBC, having won ITV viewers over on The Masked Dancer and more recently, Dancing On Ice.Discussing her exit, she took to Instagram to share a string of snaps from her time on the programme, as well as a group picture from her final series. She penned: "I have been part of the most amazing TV show, Strictly Come Dancing for the past seven years and it has been an incredible time.
Gabby Logan, 48, distracts BBC viewers as she showcases ageless beauty on Freeze The Fear
Gabby Logan seemed to be the talk of the town during the first episode of BBC's Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof, as many fans were obsessed with her ageless beauty.The 48-year-old presenter faced her fears as she took part in the icy challenges presented to her by Dutch motivational speaker Wim.But although there were a lot of things going on, several fans couldn't seem to take their eyes off of the sports host.Jumping on Twitter, fans shared their thoughts.One person said: "How amazing is Gabby's figure middle age means nothing."Another shared: "Gabby Logan is just incredible."A third added: "Gabby Logan near 50 want a woman hot as hell." Meanwhile, a fourth impressed fan penned: "I do like Gabby Logan…nice lady."The brand new BBC series presented by Holly Willoughby and Lee Mack will follow eight keen celebrities as they give up their warm cosy lives to live in the Italian mountains in blistering cold conditions.During the next few weeks, the celebs will be faced with several daunting and cold challenges which will push their minds and bodies to the limit.As well as Gabby, the other celebrity participants include Patrice Evra, Alfie Boe, Tamzin Outhwaite, Owain Wyn Evans, Dianne Buswell, Professor Green and Chelcee Grimes.But despite the promising start, some viewers were unsure whether it was worth the watch.Taking to Twitter, one spectator wrote: "Seriously. There’s a program about 'celebs' squealing about jumping into cold water directed by an utterly bizarre German guy.