Stacey Dooley

22 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Strictly Come Dancing is just a few weeks away from revealing the 2019 celebrity line-up who wants to make it out and win the Glitterball Trophy in December. This year's cast is tightly under wraps, and Kevin and Joanne Clifton are dancers and professional dancers. Appearing on the ITV This Morning sofa earlier today, the […]

22 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
AFTER months of speculation, Oti Mabuse’s sister Motsi has been revealed as the new Strictly Come Dancing judge for 2019. But who is Motsi Mabuse? Here’s everything we know so far about the glamorous new judge… Motsi Mabuse will replace Darcey Bussell as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing 2019 Who is the new Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse? Motsi has been announced as the new Strictly judge for 2019, and will replace Darcey Bussell on the show. Motsi is a 38-years-old South African dancer, who previously appeared on the German TV show Lets Dance – the German version of Strictly Come Dancing. Although she originally went on the show as a dancer, she took over as a judge in the fourth season from Isabel Edvardsson. Motsi began dancing while studying for a degree at the University of Pretoria, despite her parents plans for her to become a lawyer. In 2003, Motsi married her dance partner Timo Kulczak who she met at the British open championships in Blackpool. Motsi’s sister is Oti Mabuse, a professional dancer who joined Strictly in 2015. Oti has been married to ballroom and Latin dancer Marius Lepur since 2014. In a statement, Motsi said: “I am absolutely overjoyed to be joining the Strictly judging panel. “I have so much respect and admiration for the other three judges and hope to add my own bit of sparkle to the show. I can’t wait to get started!” The 38-year-old dancer has a glamorous fashion sense When is Strictly 2019 back on TV? Judging from previous years, Strictly 2019 is likely to kick off in September – although no exact date has been confirmed. In 2018 the line-up was revealed at the end of August with the launch show on September 8. Journalist Stacey Dooley and her pro dance partner Kevin Clifton won last year’s competition. She featured in the live tour along with other stars from the series including Ashley Roberts, Joe Sugg and Faye Tozer. [article-rail-topic title=”Read more on Strictly Come Dancing 2019…” term_id=”14489″ posts_number=”6″ /] Who is hosting Strictly 2019? Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are likely to return to our screens to host the favourite television show. In April 2019 it was announced that Rylan Clark-Neal would be co-hosting the evening show It Takes Two, alongside Zoe Ball. Zoe took over the Radio 2 Breakfast Show in January, so has a big commitment there. As far as we know, Motsi will sit on the judging panel alongside Bruno Tonioli, Shirley Ballas, and Craig Revel Horwood. [bc_video video_id=”6027071567001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Strictly’s Oti Mabuse rules herself out of replacing Darcey Bussell”]
22 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
AFTER months of speculation, Oti Mabuse’s sister Motsi has been revealed as the new Strictly Come Dancing judge for 2019. But who is Motsi Mabuse? Here’s everything we know so far about the glamorous new judge… Motsi Mabuse will replace Darcey Bussell as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing 2019 Who is the new Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse? Motsi has been announced as the new Strictly judge for 2019, and will replace Darcey Bussell on the show. Motsi is a 38-years-old South African dancer, who previously appeared on the German TV show Lets Dance – the German version of Strictly Come Dancing. Although she originally went on the show as a dancer, she took over as a judge in the fourth season from Isabel Edvardsson. Motsi began dancing while studying for a degree at the University of Pretoria, despite her parents plans for her to become a lawyer. In 2003, Motsi married her dance partner Timo Kulczak who she met at the British open championships in Blackpool. Motsi’s sister is Oti Mabuse, a professional dancer who joined Strictly in 2015. Oti has been married to ballroom and Latin dancer Marius Lepur since 2014. In a statement, Motsi said: “I am absolutely overjoyed to be joining the Strictly judging panel. “I have so much respect and admiration for the other three judges and hope to add my own bit of sparkle to the show. I can’t wait to get started!” The 38-year-old dancer has a glamorous fashion sense When is Strictly 2019 back on TV? Judging from previous years, Strictly 2019 is likely to kick off in September – although no exact date has been confirmed. In 2018 the line-up was revealed at the end of August with the launch show on September 8. Journalist Stacey Dooley and her pro dance partner Kevin Clifton won last year’s competition. She featured in the live tour along with other stars from the series including Ashley Roberts, Joe Sugg and Faye Tozer. [article-rail-topic title=”Read more on Strictly Come Dancing 2019…” term_id=”14489″ posts_number=”6″ /] Who is hosting Strictly 2019? Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are likely to return to our screens to host the favourite television show. In April 2019 it was announced that Rylan Clark-Neal would be co-hosting the evening show It Takes Two, alongside Zoe Ball. Zoe took over the Radio 2 Breakfast Show in January, so has a big commitment there. As far as we know, Motsi will sit on the judging panel alongside Bruno Tonioli, Shirley Ballas, and Craig Revel Horwood. [bc_video video_id=”6027071567001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Strictly’s Oti Mabuse rules herself out of replacing Darcey Bussell”]
22 Jul 19
The Sun
AFTER months of speculation, Oti Mabuse’s sister Motsi has been revealed as the new Strictly Come Dancing judge for 2019. But who is Motsi Mabuse? Here’s everything we know so far about the glamorous new judge… Motsi Mabuse will replace Darcey Bussell as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing 2019 Who is the new Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse? Motsi has been announced as the new Strictly judge for 2019, and will replace Darcey Bussell on the show. Motsi is a 38-years-old South African dancer, who previously appeared on the German TV show Lets Dance – the German version of Strictly Come Dancing. Although she originally went on the show as a dancer, she took over as a judge in the fourth season from Isabel Edvardsson. Motsi began dancing while studying for a degree at the University of Pretoria, despite her parents plans for her to become a lawyer. In 2003, Motsi married her dance partner Timo Kulczak who she met at the British open championships in Blackpool. Motsi’s sister is Oti Mabuse, a professional dancer who joined Strictly in 2015. Oti has been married to ballroom and Latin dancer Marius Lepur since 2014. In a statement, Motsi said: “I am absolutely overjoyed to be joining the Strictly judging panel. “I have so much respect and admiration for the other three judges and hope to add my own bit of sparkle to the show. I can’t wait to get started!” The 38-year-old dancer has a glamorous fashion sense When is Strictly 2019 back on TV? Judging from previous years, Strictly 2019 is likely to kick off in September – although no exact date has been confirmed. In 2018 the line-up was revealed at the end of August with the launch show on September 8. Journalist Stacey Dooley and her pro dance partner Kevin Clifton won last year’s competition. She featured in the live tour along with other stars from the series including Ashley Roberts, Joe Sugg and Faye Tozer. [article-rail-topic title=”Read more on Strictly Come Dancing 2019…” term_id=”14489″ posts_number=”6″ /] Who is hosting Strictly 2019? Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman are likely to return to our screens to host the favourite television show. In April 2019 it was announced that Rylan Clark-Neal would be co-hosting the evening show It Takes Two, alongside Zoe Ball. Zoe took over the Radio 2 Breakfast Show in January, so has a big commitment there. As far as we know, Motsi will sit on the judging panel alongside Bruno Tonioli, Shirley Ballas, and Craig Revel Horwood. [bc_video video_id=”6027071567001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Strictly’s Oti Mabuse rules herself out of replacing Darcey Bussell”]
22 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
OTI Mabuse’s older sister Motsi is the new Strictly Come Dancing judge — replacing Darcey Bussell on the BBC1 show. The South African star, 38, will take over from the Dame on the hit show’s judging panel following her decision to quit in April after seven years. Oti Mabuse’s sister Motsi has been unveiled as the new judge on Strictly Come Dancing It means she will have to score her youngster sister Oti, 28 — a move which is likely to raise eyebrows among other dancers and viewers. But it is not a new scenario as she is a judge on the German version of Strictly, called Let’s Dance, which Oti has danced on for two series. The Sun understands that the other judges — Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli — were not consulted about her appointment, and were only told today ahead of the formal confirmation. A source said: “Bosses were delighted with Motsi in her screen test and are confident she will become a household name like her younger sister. She has got plenty of experience as she’s previously worked on Germany’s version of the show, Just Dance The dancer will be critiquing Oti’s moves when the series starts later this year She is replacing Dame Darcey Bussel in the line up and will judge the contestants alongside Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli “She’s got all the experience from doing Let’s Dance in Germany and is great in front of the camera.” In a statement, Motsi said: “I am absolutely overjoyed to be joining the Strictly judging panel. “I have so much respect and admiration for the other three judges and hope to add my own bit of sparkle to the show. I can’t wait to get started!” Strictly’s Executive Producer Sarah James added: “I am incredibly excited that Motsi Mabuse is joining the show. “Motsi’s natural warmth, energy and passion for dance makes her the perfect addition to our esteemed judging panel.” [bc_video video_id=”6062662049001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Motsi Mabuse dances the Cha Cha to Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’ at Weihnachtsball 2014 “] Motsi started off as a performer on Just Dance before she became a judge The 38-year-old is known for her chic fashion choices on the show Darcey’s decision to leave after seven years left her colleagues and BBC bosses stunned. At the time, The Sun exclusively revealed how Darcey had become irritated by Bruno’s theatrics on the show. She also wanted more money to keep her on the panel and asked for a £40,000 raise. And will bring her unique sense of style to the BBC panel when the series kicks off Insiders told The Sun they were thrilled to have Motsi on board In a statement released after she announced her departure, Darcey said: “It has been a complete privilege for me to be part of Strictly, working with such a talented team. “I have enjoyed every minute of my time and will miss everyone from my fellow judges, the presenters, the dancers, the musicians, the entire back stage team, and especially the viewers of the show, who have been so supportive. [bc_video video_id=”6024753523001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Darcey Bussell quits Strictly Come Dancing after seven years as a judge”] Contestants looking to take the Glitterball Trophy from the current champs Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton include Alan Carr and Catherine Tyldesley “I am not leaving because of any upset or disagreement at all, I am just stepping away to give more focus to my many other commitments in dance after seven truly wonderful years that I can’t imagine having gone any better. “I know I will miss being part of this unique show and the fact that it celebrates dance is something I am so passionate about. I hope that I may be very lucky to be asked back again one day.” Darcey replaced Alesha Dixon in 2012 having impressed as a guest judge in 2009 when she did the jive with pro dancer Ian Waite in the semi-final show. Strictly bosses’ first choice was ballet sensation Carlos Acosta but talks fell through She was one of the favourites to take over from retiring head judge Len Goodman in 2017 but was overlooked in favour of Shirley Ballas, who was then a relative unknown in the UK. Following Shirley’s announcement, The Sun exclusively revealed how ballet star Carlos Acosta was BBC bosses’ first choice for the role. Bosses think Motsi will become a household name like Oti Just like Oti, Motsi loves keeping her fans up to date on Instagram   Rylan Clark-Neal has also joined the Strictly team for the upcoming series. He will co-host the show’s spin off, It Takes Two, on BBC2. Stars being lined up for this year’s series include ex Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley, Michelle Visage and England women’s football star Alex Scott. Comedian Alan Carr is also in talks for an appearance, along with BBC newsreader Huw Edwards. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Huw told Radio 2’s Steve Wright: “Following my stellar appearance reading out the terms and conditions in early December, where I basically set the British television world alight, I was asked if I’d consider Strictly. “And I think the answer is, Steve, I’ve come here today for some advice. Despite all appearances, I am quite shy.” Heiress Tamara Ecclestone also said she’d been keen to take part after her daughter Fifi, five, started school full time. GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
22 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
OTI Mabuse’s older sister Motsi is the new Strictly Come Dancing judge — replacing Darcey Bussell on the BBC1 show. The South African star, 38, will take over from the Dame on the hit show’s judging panel following her decision to quit in April after seven years. Oti Mabuse’s sister Motsi has been unveiled as the new judge on Strictly Come Dancing It means she will have to score her youngster sister Oti, 28 — a move which is likely to raise eyebrows among other dancers and viewers. But it is not a new scenario as she is a judge on the German version of Strictly, called Let’s Dance, which Oti has danced on for two series. The Sun understands that the other judges — Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli — were not consulted about her appointment, and were only told today ahead of the formal confirmation. A source said: “Bosses were delighted with Motsi in her screen test and are confident she will become a household name like her younger sister. She has got plenty of experience as she’s previously worked on Germany’s version of the show, Just Dance The dancer will be critiquing Oti’s moves when the series starts later this year She is replacing Dame Darcey Bussel in the line up and will judge the contestants alongside Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli “She’s got all the experience from doing Let’s Dance in Germany and is great in front of the camera.” In a statement, Motsi said: “I am absolutely overjoyed to be joining the Strictly judging panel. “I have so much respect and admiration for the other three judges and hope to add my own bit of sparkle to the show. I can’t wait to get started!” Strictly’s Executive Producer Sarah James added: “I am incredibly excited that Motsi Mabuse is joining the show. “Motsi’s natural warmth, energy and passion for dance makes her the perfect addition to our esteemed judging panel.” [bc_video video_id=”6062662049001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Motsi Mabuse dances the Cha Cha to Aretha Franklin’s ‘Respect’ at Weihnachtsball 2014 “] Motsi started off as a performer on Just Dance before she became a judge The 38-year-old is known for her chic fashion choices on the show Darcey’s decision to leave after seven years left her colleagues and BBC bosses stunned. At the time, The Sun exclusively revealed how Darcey had become irritated by Bruno’s theatrics on the show. She also wanted more money to keep her on the panel and asked for a £40,000 raise. And will bring her unique sense of style to the BBC panel when the series kicks off Insiders told The Sun they were thrilled to have Motsi on board In a statement released after she announced her departure, Darcey said: “It has been a complete privilege for me to be part of Strictly, working with such a talented team. “I have enjoyed every minute of my time and will miss everyone from my fellow judges, the presenters, the dancers, the musicians, the entire back stage team, and especially the viewers of the show, who have been so supportive. [bc_video video_id=”6024753523001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Darcey Bussell quits Strictly Come Dancing after seven years as a judge”] Contestants looking to take the Glitterball Trophy from the current champs Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton include Alan Carr and Catherine Tyldesley “I am not leaving because of any upset or disagreement at all, I am just stepping away to give more focus to my many other commitments in dance after seven truly wonderful years that I can’t imagine having gone any better. “I know I will miss being part of this unique show and the fact that it celebrates dance is something I am so passionate about. I hope that I may be very lucky to be asked back again one day.” Darcey replaced Alesha Dixon in 2012 having impressed as a guest judge in 2009 when she did the jive with pro dancer Ian Waite in the semi-final show. Strictly bosses’ first choice was ballet sensation Carlos Acosta but talks fell through She was one of the favourites to take over from retiring head judge Len Goodman in 2017 but was overlooked in favour of Shirley Ballas, who was then a relative unknown in the UK. Following Shirley’s announcement, The Sun exclusively revealed how ballet star Carlos Acosta was BBC bosses’ first choice for the role. Bosses think Motsi will become a household name like Oti Just like Oti, Motsi loves keeping her fans up to date on Instagram   Rylan Clark-Neal has also joined the Strictly team for the upcoming series. He will co-host the show’s spin off, It Takes Two, on BBC2. Stars being lined up for this year’s series include ex Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley, Michelle Visage and England women’s football star Alex Scott. Comedian Alan Carr is also in talks for an appearance, along with BBC newsreader Huw Edwards. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Huw told Radio 2’s Steve Wright: “Following my stellar appearance reading out the terms and conditions in early December, where I basically set the British television world alight, I was asked if I’d consider Strictly. “And I think the answer is, Steve, I’ve come here today for some advice. Despite all appearances, I am quite shy.” Heiress Tamara Ecclestone also said she’d been keen to take part after her daughter Fifi, five, started school full time. GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
22 Jul 19
The Sun
OTI Mabuse’s older sister Motsi is the new Strictly Come Dancing judge — replacing Darcey Bussell on the BBC1 show. The South African star, 38, will take over from the Dame on the hit show’s judging panel following her decision to quit in April after seven years. Oti Mabuse’s sister Motsi has been unveiled as the new judge on Strictly Come Dancing The dancer – who was a judge on the German version of Strictly, Just Dance – will be critiquing Oti’s moves when the series starts later this year It means she will have to score her youngster sister Oti, 28 — a move which is likely to raise eyebrows among other dancers and viewers. But it is not a new scenario as she is a judge on the German version of Strictly, called Let’s Dance, which Oti has danced on for two series. The Sun understands that the other judges — Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli — were not consulted about her appointment, and were only told today ahead of the formal confirmation. A source said: “Bosses were delighted with Motsi in her screen test and are confident she will become a household name like her younger sister. She is replacing Dame Darcey Bussel in the line up and will judge the contestants alongside Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli “She’s got all the experience from doing Let’s Dance in Germany and is great in front of the camera.” In a statement, Motsi said: “I am absolutely overjoyed to be joining the Strictly judging panel. “I have so much respect and admiration for the other three judges and hope to add my own bit of sparkle to the show. I can’t wait to get started!” Strictly’s Executive Producer Sarah James added: “I am incredibly excited that Motsi Mabuse is joining the show. “Motsi’s natural warmth, energy and passion for dance makes her the perfect addition to our esteemed judging panel.” Motsi started off as a performer on Just Dance before she became a judge The 38-year-old is known for her chic fashion choices on the show Darcey’s decision to leave after seven years left her colleagues and BBC bosses stunned. At the time, The Sun exclusively revealed how Darcey had become irritated by Bruno’s theatrics on the show. She also wanted more money to keep her on the panel and asked for a £40,000 raise. And will bring her unique sense of style to the BBC panel when the series kicks off Insiders told The Sun they were thrilled to have Motsi on board In a statement released after she announced her departure, Darcey said: “It has been a complete privilege for me to be part of Strictly, working with such a talented team. “I have enjoyed every minute of my time and will miss everyone from my fellow judges, the presenters, the dancers, the musicians, the entire back stage team, and especially the viewers of the show, who have been so supportive. [bc_video video_id=”6024753523001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” mute=”” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Darcey Bussell quits Strictly Come Dancing after seven years as a judge”] Contestants looking to take the Glitterball Trophy from the current champs Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton include Alan Carr and Catherine Tyldesley “I am not leaving because of any upset or disagreement at all, I am just stepping away to give more focus to my many other commitments in dance after seven truly wonderful years that I can’t imagine having gone any better. “I know I will miss being part of this unique show and the fact that it celebrates dance is something I am so passionate about. I hope that I may be very lucky to be asked back again one day.” Darcey replaced Alesha Dixon in 2012 having impressed as a guest judge in 2009 when she did the jive with pro dancer Ian Waite in the semi-final show. Strictly bosses’ first choice was ballet sensation Carlos Acosta but talks fell through She was one of the favourites to take over from retiring head judge Len Goodman in 2017 but was overlooked in favour of Shirley Ballas, who was then a relative unknown in the UK. Following Shirley’s announcement, The Sun exclusively revealed how ballet star Carlos Acosta was BBC bosses’ first choice for the role. Bosses think Motsi will become a household name like Oti Rylan Clark-Neal has also joined the Strictly team for the upcoming series. He will co-host the show’s spin off, It Takes Two, on BBC2. Stars being lined up for this year’s series include ex Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley, Michelle Visage and England women’s football star Alex Scott. Comedian Alan Carr is also in talks for an appearance, along with BBC newsreader Huw Edwards. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV & SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Huw told Radio 2’s Steve Wright: “Following my stellar appearance reading out the terms and conditions in early December, where I basically set the British television world alight, I was asked if I’d consider Strictly. “And I think the answer is, Steve, I’ve come here today for some advice. Despite all appearances, I am quite shy.” Heiress Tamara Ecclestone also said she’d been keen to take part after her daughter Fifi, five, started school full time. GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
22 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

If we had a list of dream candidates we would like to see on Strictly Come Dancing, Dawn French would be at the top. Her humor and sympathy would surely make her a favorite even before she stepped onto the dance floor – whether she could actually make a move or not! Dawn has recently […]

22 Jul 19
News for Humans

Phillip Schofield and Ant & Dec locked in £7.5m court battle over holiday home drama Phillip Schofield, Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby enjoyed a boozy lunch out – but Ant McPartlin was nowhere to be seen. Holly joined her This Morning co-host (Picture: Snapchat) The group sang Happy Birthday to the presenter in the venue […]

22 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Kevin Clifton, 36, appeared on ITV show Joanne Clifton, 35, today. Ahead of their appearance, they are strictly divided. Stokey Dooley, 32, last year, while Joanne and Ore Oduba, 33, lifted the Glitterball trophy in 2016. Hey so shared a throwback snap of him and Joanne as children looking excited as they showcased their trophies. […]

22 Jul 19
Metro
[metro-video id=”1970384″ video=”https://videos.metro.co.uk/video/met/2019/07/22/6704918290388175940/1024x576_MP4_6704918290388175940.mp4” image=”https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/07/22/11/16340658-0-image-a-11_1563790768300.jpg” expires=”29-07-2019″] Kevin Clifton has finally broken his silence on his relationship with Stacey Dooley. The pair have remained tight lipped over their romance, however it seems everything is going well for the loved up duo. Yes, when appearing on This Morning, the Strictly Come Dancing star was put on the spot by Ruth Langsford over his girl. When rounding up the interview, the host cheekily asked: ‘And how are things with Stacey?’ Shuffling around in his seat, the 36-year-old started to laugh as he insisted they were ‘all good.’ He told Ruth: ‘Yes, all good, yes,’ before looking over at his sister Joanne, to which he teased: ‘Look at this, straight into the personal life.’ Kevin Clifton breaks silence over Stacey Dooley romance (Picture: Rex) The presenter pushed for more answers, and pointed out the fact that he was very ‘smiley’. But refusing to give up any more, Kevin quickly shut down the conversation with: ‘Yeah, all good.’ And we’re happy for them! Stacey met Kevin when she was paired up with the Grimsby dancer on the 2018 series of Strictly, with the couple going on to win the Glitterball. They met on Strictly (Picture: GC Images) The Glow Up host was dating personal trainer Sam throughout the show, but their three year relationship came to an end in March. Sam later claimed that after their split, he discovered messages from Kevin reading ‘I love you’ on Stacey’s phone. He told The Sun: ‘I was getting my stuff to leave. Stacey was in the loo. Her phone went and it was Kevin Clifton. I grabbed the phone and confronted her. She said she’d tell me everything I needed to know.’ [metro-tag-post-strip] He went on to say that Stacey told him she didn’t start ‘entertaining’ Kevin until they had split up. Until the episode of This Morning, neither of the pair had addressed their relationship rumours, however, they have recently been spotted looking pretty cosy while out on a stroll together. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/22/nigella-lawson-credits-daughter-helping-find-confidence-split-charles-saatchi-10438034/” title=”Nigella Lawson credits daughter with helping her find her confidence after split from Charles Saatchi”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/22/cardi-b-reveals-large-bum-tattoo-new-offset-tribute-mid-state-fair-show-10438074/” title=”Cardi B reveals large bum tattoo and new Offset tribute at Mid-State Fair show”]
22 Jul 19
Deadline

British-American documentary maker Louis Theroux is the latest high-profile name to be added to the Edinburgh International TV Festival. Theroux, who broke through on Michael Moore’s NBC/BBC series TV Nation and made My Scientology Movie, will discuss his career in non-fiction filmmaking at the TV fest, which runs August 21-23 in Scotland. He will be interviewed […]

22 Jul 19
Boulder Daily Camera
The following data is supplied by Colorado Weekly Homebuyers List Inc., 303-744-2020. The names and addresses of real estate buyers are available on gummed labels that include phone numbers. BOULDER AREA HOME SALES Listed are the buyer, the property address, the seller and the amount. Boulder Michelle Dotter — 4600 17th St., Unit 200, Darcie C. Carr, $189,500. Daniel Connors — 4815 White Rock Circle, Apt. D, Rising Trout Realty Group, $290,900. Daniel Connors — 4815 White Rock Circle, Apt. F, Meier Mount Properties LLC, $299,200. Richard and Imelda Smith — 33 S. Boulder Circle, Apt. 108, Wanda Kaan, $305,000. Elizabeth and John Boese — 1830 22nd St., Apt. 14, Daniel H. Doherty, $312,000. Jordan Mungin — 3250 Oneal Circle, Apt. J35, Maria Gehne, $319,000. Tenzin Passang — 5420 Arapahoe Ave. Ste, Fox LLC, $320,000. Benjamin Setterquist — 7442 Singing Hills Drive, Liam McClintock, $336,000. Katherine Bywater — 5934 Gunbarrel Ave., Apt. F, Anne E. Somes, $395,600. Katie and Mark Ewig — 3850 Paseo Del Prado, Apt. 17, Vicki Meadows, $420,000. Susan Dyer — 4470 Driftwood Place, Keith E. Baker, $445,000. David Janis — 2278 Nicholl St. E., Lowell Dennis Antener, $450,000. Ahmed Wahedi — 500 Mohawk Drive, Apt. 203, Sandra Gaitonde, $465,000. Michael Kwolek — 3301 Arapahoe Ave., Unit 223, Cityview Peloton 390 LP, $489,900. Chih Hsiao — 4475 Aberdeen Court, Donna J. Darland, $531,000. Joseph and Maria Cousins — 7426 Clubhouse Road, Michael E. Kopper, $532,500. Christopher Vonderhaar — 458 Nightshade Drive, Shawn and Denise Smith, $539,000. Imtiaz Rangwala — 3131 Redstone Lane, Roger F. Thompson, $540,000. Lisa Fortuna — 4230 Corriente Place, Mary A. Hassler, $615,000. Katherine and Jonathan Huckabee — 4310 Pali Way, Joseph and Bonit Vininski, $672,500. Ian and Amber Morris — 5553 Baca Circle, F. and Carolynne Muldoon, $740,000. David and Cecile Carlson — 380 S. 36th St., Peter and Virginia Stringi, $770,000. Nicholas and Allison Lasure — 864 Laurel Ave., Thorne Living Trust, $777,000. Patricia Lehman — 275 Pearl St., Apt. 13, Kathleen Clisham Landrum, $785,000. Philip Vanderbilt — 7172 Olde Stage Road, Joseph and Ba Passalacqua, $859,000. Elizabeth Bowesspiegel — 5697 Pennsylvania Place, Kevin and Gail Trenberth, $950,000. Riley and Courtney End — 3330 Everett Drive, Ravi and Stacey Dykema, $950,000. Mirella Shannon — 3125 Bluff St., Spark Boulder 24 LLC, $971,100. Rosalind Buick — 1061 Grant Place, 1061 Grant Place LLC, $1,125,000. Alexis Fasseas — 2944 10th St., Joseph M. Demmler, $1,161,200. Kenneth and Terri Wolf — 4399 Lariat Way, Andrew and Kami White, $1,220,000. Ryan and Yvonne Bennett — 1250 Albion Road, Jeffrey W. Zadow, $1,950,000. Corey and Suzanne Weiss — 3010 Washington St., Eric Lyon, $2,250,000. Gregory and Dana Jones — 3065 17th St., Jason and Casey Hebb, $2,373,000. Broomfield Adiel and Laura Brasov — 3350 Boulder Circle, Unit 202, Ronnie and Judith Blackwelder, $60,000. Ronnie and Judith Blackwelder — 14300 Waterside Lane, Unit L4, Laura and Adiel Brasov, $60,000. Anna Gregory — 10 Amesbury St., Daniel Flanagan, $270,000. Joel Rashbaum — 38 Douglas Drive S., Robert J. Floyd, $330,000. Tiffany Pinkley — 1980 Elmwood St., Leslie M. Prevish, $330,000. Matthew and Whitney Bergman — 13900 Lake Song Lane, Unit U2, Shiela Koppenheffer, $330,000. Upile and Jessica Khaya — 13584 Decatur Court, Jeffrey Waterman, $373,000. Erin Szemak — 395 Jade St., Susan and Barbara Patton, $408,000. Tyson Gutherless — 13349 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $415,300. Nathan Holloway — 13346 Wildflower St., Richard and Renee Holloway, $420,000. Noah Learner — 4253 Hawthorne Drive, Garret and Malena Nicodemus, $425,000. Steven and Janice Benkoske — 16461 Aliante Drive, Richard J. Hoffer, $430,000. Cheryl Gray — 4815 Raven Run, Igor Gosh, $435,000. Michael and Bruce Baker — 12587 Dale Court, Bryan and Sara Lauer, $440,000. Nathan and Vail Nazzaro — 17452 Olive St., Taylor Morrison Colo. Inc., $442,100. Brian Young — 4960 Yates Court, Zheng Wang, $450,000. Breanna Carroll — 17464 Olive St., Taylor Morrison Colo. Inc., $456,600. Taryn Talley — 13339 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $459,300. Phillip and Pamela Gonzalez — 3285 W. 11th Ave. Court, Robert V. Erichson, $470,000. Dennis and Jennifer Stjohn — 12631 James Circle, Ngan Thi Le, $474,000. Mosh and Annabelle Manresa — 306 Agate St., Edward and Shannon Talbot, $490,000. Mary and Zachary Evenhouse — 3558 W. 135th Ave., Mark and Beverly Shamley, $490,000. Jill Sutak — 17057 Navajo St., Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $497,000. Christen Selter — 13048 Sandstone Drive, Taylor Morrison Colo. Inc., $511,900. David Dufour — 13329 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $513,900. Dawn Petrus — 4972 Democrat Drive, Gerald B. Allen Jane N. Li, $515,000. Tenzin Jamyang — 17056 Navajo St., Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $520,000. Nathan and Lynde Haasis — 14133 Fairwind Lane, William and Linda Lane, $532,500. Brandon Sartor — 13359 Pamorama View Lane, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $538,800. Cory and Cassandra Brown — 17078 Osage St., Meritage Homes Coloraod Inc., $550,000. Alfred and Regina Tate — 2037 Vallejo Loop, Wonderland Quail Creek LLC, $557,700. Yolanda Youts — 14272 Piney River Road, Ronald S. Drabman Living Trus, $615,000. Jaccie Martinson — 16040 Atlantic Peak Way, Weekley Homes LLC, $628,000. Justin and Anna Ray — 15915 Vermillion Way, Rex and Constance Renfrew, $638,900. Mary Wrend — 16045 Atlantic Peak Way, Weekley Homes LLC, $645,200. Michael and Rebecca Dews — 13348 King Lake Trail, Thibodeau Revocable Trust, $715,900. Kimberly Dooley — 1229 W. 171st Place, Adam C. Torrez, $748,000. Lars and Kate Grimsrud — 2610 Creekside Court, Scott and Jennifer Nusz, $750,000. Shad Shepston — 3551 Mount Powell Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $868,300. John and Judy Huff — 15678 Bison Run, Toll Co. II LP, $893,100. Ashley and Alexander Olsen — 16185 Bushnell Peak Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $935,400. Arthur and Melinda Toensmeier — 15636 Deer Mountain Circle, Toll Co. II LP, $971,900. Ryan and Erin Polen — 3711 Mount Powell Drive, Epic Homes Anthem Ll, $1,117,400. R and Amanda Lewis — 16401 Graham Peak Way, Epic Homes Anthem Ll, $1,328,800. Erie Woor Pardo — 1204 County Road 7, James S. Waite, $100,000. Greg and Cindy Stackhouse — 2429 Shortridge Place, Jalpesh Patadia, $252,000. Charles Taylor — 1450 Blue Sky Way, Unit 12-30, Mark and Tiffany McCaughtry, $302,500. Susan Elsberry — 890 Audubon Peak Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $432,900. Nathaniel and Laura Rapsey — 2570 Wisteria Drive, Todd and Katelin Bjerkaas, $440,000. Donald and Amanda Bird — 562 Green Mountain Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $454,100. Laura and Keith McMorran — 962 Twin Sister Circle, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $464,000. Jill Hipes — 1042 Pinecliff Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $480,400. Michael and Carole Mancini — 625 Brennan Circle, Bc Brennan LLC, $484,200. Spencer and Emily Roberts — 515 Gallegos Circle, Susan Ann Smietanski, $488,000. John and Vera Newman — 1181 Homestead Road, William Lyon Homes Inc., $517,000. Gregory and Jessica Witherow — 141 Northrup Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $530,400. Eric and Julie Gleason — 90 Solstice Way, Debra and Edward Goodman, $535,000. Kevin and Eva Rich — 766 Cabot Drive, Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., $537,300. Dominic and Christina Carlill — 615 Gold Hill Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $549,900. Allen and Kara Knott — 963 Pinecliff Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $551,200. Christopher and Nicole Shipman — 1396 Jackson Court, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $558,000. Christopher and Kathleen Garcia — 905 Lawson Place, Anita and Donald Dragoo, $576,000. Patrick and Hannah Finley — 77 Sun Up Circle, Lee and Alicia Graves, $582,800. Joseph and Elizabeth Ferrone — 655 Dakota Court, Richard Franks, $635,000. Celine and John Planow — 765 Grenville Circle, Tara L. Murphy, $635,000. David and Allison Cowles — 932 Sandstone Circle, Lennar Colo. LLC, $637,100. Nathan and Lauren Lease — 409 Polaris Circle, Louise and Andrew Cowan, $677,000. Paul and Sandra Williams — 810 Grenville Circle, Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., $697,400. Richard and Denise Boselli — 73 Sunshine Circle, Rodrigo V. Robes, $765,000. Anjali Sheth — 2172 Fountain Circle, Toll Co. LP, $845,200. Earl and Jennifer Manchester — 12110 Jasper Road, Kurt and Rita Ellis, $883,000. Austin and Kathryn Hill — 2157 Fountain Circle, Toll Co. LP, $903,700. Lafayette Lucila Gomez — 409 Autrey Ave., Phillip R. Tharp, $320,000. Taylor Strasburger — 133 Mesa Circle, Corey M. Samot, $429,000. Robert Wong — 2365 Redwood Ave., Ivan Drury, $460,000. Teresa and David Jordan — 532 Casper Drive, Jennifer Nickal, $465,000. Russell White — 527 Mills St., Christine B. Johnsen, $467,000. Michael Davidson — 903 Vetch Circle, Eric W. Carpenter, $475,000. Janice Devries — 507 E. Cleveland St., Sarah and Kenneth Jensen, $479,000. Olivia and Ronald Curtis — 275 N. Cherrywood Drive, Greg and Janet Fanger, $495,000. Sherri Tennant — 908 Clover Circle, Katherine and Chad Willis, $509,000. Bryan Hall — 1522 Haystack Way, Kevin and Sarah Kornegay, $529,900. Lucia Messina — 180 Mercator Ave., Mary Ann Frazin, $545,000. David and Rebekah Gura — 604 Mills St., Andrew Pillari, $560,000. Robert Carney — 325 Marmot Point, Nicolas and Katheri Ferrington, $625,000. Melissa and Bryan McGowan — 608 Trails At Coal Creek Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $725,000. Sara and Matthew Barber — 2891 Cascade Creek Drive, Gabriel and Michelle Gullia, $790,000. Elliot and Thomas Good — 4248 N. 109th St., Amador Jaso, $815,000. Nasim Zabihi — 727 Stagecoach Drive, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $1,064,400. Bradley and Colleen Elliott — 4440 N. 109th St., David and Shinob Doucette, $1,100,000. Lucas and Molly Thelosen — 718 Skywalker Point, Andrew and Kelly Judd, $1,250,000. Longmont Heather Brooks — 2160 Meadow Court, Christy and Maurine Estes, $255,000. Patricia Huybrechts — 804 Summer Hawk Drive, Unit 11103, Becky and Ronald Selby, $256,900. Susan Dillon — 804 Summer Hawk Drive, Unit 5208, Patricia E. Huybrechts, $270,000. Ting Jia — 930 Button Rock Drive, Unit Q97, Samuel J. Schreiber, $293,000. David Pacheco — 1419 Red Mountain Drive, Unit 99, Amanda Boughey, $297,500. Karin Cassidy — 1419 Red Mountain Drive, Unit 25, Kenneth R. Anderson, $299,000. Stephen Schernecke — 10665 Forester Place, Nicole and Joshua Casey, $300,000. Scott Norman — 51 Powder Horn Place, Thomas Treat, $317,500. Jessica and Joshua Laikeman — 1337 Dogwood Lane, John and Valeria Moore, $319,900. Darrel Sonday — 818 S. Terry St., Apt. 94, Kathleen Harterpoiry, $323,900. Shane Meehan — 10699 Durango Place, Nicole L. Perez, $330,000. Jade Zuspan — 801 Confidence Drive, Unit 21, Dana J. Silkensen, $345,000. Alanna Moore — 3674 Oakwood Drive, Barbara and Spencer Keller, $350,000. Geoffrey Tyre — 1252 Fall River Circle, Edward D. Tapia, $356,700. Debra Mastic — 2301 N. Shore Drive, Elsayed Saad Revocable Trust, $371,000. Michael Beard — 722 Kimbark St., Paul Williams, $385,000. Alisa Jeffery — 970 Wolf Creek Drive, Karen L. Teter, $385,000. David Spielman — 1421 Sunset St., Aaron and Jenna Corder, $392,500. Anil Mylevahanan — 1212 Lark St., Nina Barrett, $424,000. Dennis and Kim Vanderslice — 812 Elliott St., Claudia A. Druss, $428,000. David and Amanda Beard — 1501 Bellwood Drive, Mathias and Luann Heltemes, $430,000. Jason Rieg — 2067 River Walk Lane, James and Cassandra Moore, $430,000. Nina Barrett — 11 Marshall Place, Ags Invest LLC, $433,100. Nathan Hix — 2032 Red Cloud Road, Asheesh and Payal Ahuja, $436,000. Stephanie Bonjack — 1424 Sorrel Court, Benjamin and Joy Bishop, $450,000. Edouard Fontenot — 522 Peregrine Circle, David L. Hansen, $454,500. Jameson and Diedre Ribbens — 1453 Serenity Circle, Alyson Canepa, $455,000. Connie Reinhardt — 141 E. Longs Peak Ave., Gutekunst Revocable Tru, $460,000. Adam and Jennifer McMurtrey — 1920 Third Ave., Joseph M. Coyle, $480,000. Steven and Georgina Burrows — 135 Sugar Beet Circle, Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., $492,900. Melissa Bailey — 1601 Heirloom Way, William Fligg, $495,000. Robert and Elaine Waterman — 1504 Bluefield Ave., Joseph M. Lien, $495,000. Richard and Brittany Gratton — 718 Clarendon Drive, Ronald and Sandra Fracchia, $500,000. Ryan Clizer — 1037 Woodgate Court, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $504,800. Brian and Daisha McDermott — 260 Western Sky Circle, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $549,300. Richard Feilden — 1635 Alpine St., John Malcolm Felsing, $550,000. Jason and Brandi Schott — 1258 S. Oak Court, Flatirons Homes Inc., $550,000. John and Jean Ellison — 2705 Villanova Court, William Claire Fairchild, $565,000. Larry and Paulette McGimsey — 2345 Flagstaff Drive, Richfield Homes LLC, $622,400. Jessica Cameron — 2233 Barn Swallow Drive, Shelley Sheppeck, $625,000. Byoungjoo Jung — 2229 Lombardy St., KB home Colo. Inc., $626,900. Ian Cofrin — 825 Panorama Circle, Robert and Dongmei Klein, $700,000. Kurt and Jennifer Lorhammer — 1016 Redbud Circle, Donald and Emily Douglas, $710,000. Robert Murphy — 3920 Nelson Road, Robert Titley, $1,255,000. Louisville Mark and Olga Kightlinger — 150 Pheasant Run, John C. Matos, $339,300. Pewaubek and Karina Reid — 225 W. Sycamore Lane, Tyler and Kelsey Bennett, $556,000. Rajesh Joshi — 1071 Leonard Lane, Boulder Creek Delo LLC, $599,000. Jocelyn Herod — 940 Elm St., No. 3, Gordon Blair Mcbride, $649,200. Kalle and Margaret Anderson — 401 West St., Eileen Patrick, $650,000. Jennie and Kevin Geiger — 182 Cherrywood Lane, Charles and Marilee Cook, $670,000. Thomas and Mary Deany — 1090 Griffith St., Wkj Enterprises LLC, $742,000. Nederland Mariah Colton — 750 Lazy Z. Road, Melissa J. Dunning, $465,000. Superior Charles and Noelle Russ — 1242 S. Mesa Court, Michael and Lisa Bondurant, $620,000. Junghee Kang — 3662 Castle Peak Ave., Brian and Pam Senjem, $628,000. Bettina Buob — 3170 E. Yarrow Circle, Michael and Kelli Sanchez, $634,000. May and Sean Rosekrans — 1840 Vernon Lane, Catherine and Dougla Denewiler, $925,000.
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