Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Reverend Richard Coles and Good Morning Britain's Charlotte Hawkins are raring to go After two weeks of rehearsals, this year's Strictly Come Dancing stars are preparing to return to the dance floor this weekend for the first live show of the series.Here's what they had to say when we caught up with them earlier this month.The Reverend Richard Coles"There's a dog collar being pimped apparently, we're quite excited about that."
Benedict Cumberbatch has everything going for him. Yet the Sherlock star says he is his own worst critic. The actor says he's even harder on himself than the harshest online troll. Marvel's Doctor Strange is looking at his work in a new light thanks to his production company, SunnyMarch, which is behind The Child In Time. The 41-year-old not only plays the lead role in the first ever TV adaptation of an Ian McEwan novel, but is the BBC One drama's executive producer as well.
Susan Calman has strongly defended her decision as an openly gay woman to dance with a male professional dancer on Strictly Come Dancing. The Scottish comedian and writer has faced criticism on social media for taking part in the show - because it does not have same-sex dancing couples. Calman said the criticism had offended her, adding: "No one can say I haven't stood up for my community." It is understood show bosses have not ruled out same-sex couples in future.
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