Danny will star alongside his fiancee Carley in 'Sleepless The Musical' in 2017.
The job offers are coming in for the defeated ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ finalist Danny Mac, as it has been revealed that the actor will be starring in a new musical theatre adaptation of Sleepless In Seattle alongside his fiancée Carley Stenson.
28 year old Danny is best known for his role as Mark ‘Dodger’ Savage in Channel 4 soap ‘Hollyoaks’, but he’ll be taking up the role of Sam in ‘Sleepless the Musical’ when it opens at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on April 1st 2017, alongside his partner Carley as she plays Annie.
The production will then move to week-long stints at Salford and Dublin prior to a run in the West End in late May.
Continue reading: 'Strictly' Finalist Danny Mac To Star In 'Sleepless In Seattle' Musical
Viewers also said a fond farewell to head judge Len Goodman.
BBC sports presenter Ore Oduba and his partner Joanne Cliffton have been crowned the winners of this year’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The couple beat fellow finalists Louise Redknapp and her partner Kevin Clifton and actor Danny Mac and his partner Oti Mabuse to lift the coveted glitterball trophy during Saturday night's grand finale.
Continue reading: Ore Oduba Wins 'Strictly Come Dancing'
The singer pulled out of the competition days after clashing with the judge.
Young pulled out of the BBC competition in the week following Goodman’s comment, which came after the singer had answered back to the judge when he criticised his Bollywood routine for not including enough salsa.
Len Goodman says Will Young’s ‘Strictly’ exit was not because of their clash
The ex-Labour politician lost in a dance-off against Judge Rinder on Sunday evening, bringing to an end his gloriously improbable run.
After a memorable three months of awkward dad-dancing that has seen him become something of an improbably cult hero, former Labour politician Ed Balls has been eliminated from ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The ex-shadow chancellor had progressed deep into the competition, regularly saved by the public vote in the face of increasingly low marks awarded by the judges. However, Balls’ luck eventually ran out, and he was sent home after losing a dance-off against Judge Rinder on Sunday night (September 27th).
Ed Balls with his 'Strictly' pro partner Katya Jones
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Greg defended the former politician on a BBC show
In the weird world of 2016, it seems anything is possible and it looks like that could include Ed Balls as the winner of Strictly Come Dancing. The former Labour shadow chancellor has been storming through the weeks of the BBC One reality show and his former rival, Greg Rutherford, has come out in defence of the controversial dancer.
Ed & Katya seen at the Pride Of Britain Awards
Olympic athlete Greg was the celebrity that bit the dust last weekend (Sat, November 19) but it seems he bears no ill will against Balls, 49 - who has previously wowed audiences at home with a salsa to Psy's Gangham Style.
Continue reading: Greg Rutherford Defends Ed Balls After Strictly Success
Lowe split from boyfriend Bradley ‘Frankie’ Wade earlier this month.
The model had vowed not to be the latest victim of what’s known as the ‘Strictly curse’, but said hours of rehearsals left her with ‘nothing left to give’ the relationship.
Daisy Lowe is single again thanks to the ‘Strictly curse’
Continue reading: Daisy Lowe Opens Up On 'Strictly Curse' That Led To Split From Boyfriend
Du Beke and long term girlfriend Hannah Summers have been 'trying for years' to have children.
The 50-year-old star of the BBC One dancing competition has been dating Summers, the head of a telecommunications firm, for six years.
Anton Du Beke is expecting twins with long time girlfriend Hannah Summers
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The video is said to date from a time when Cohen was single.
Former England rugby international and ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star Ben Cohen has been left “devastated” after a private two-minute sex tape was leaked online.
The footage, which was apparently when the 38 year old was single, was stolen and published without his knowledge this week. Still images have been shared via social media and Cohen, who has since settled down with current girlfriend Kristina Rihanoff – whom he met on ‘Strictly’ in 2013 – and has had a baby daughter with her, is said to be mortified.
Ben Cohen with current girlfriend Kristina Rihanoff in March
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Edwards, who has previously taught Michael Jackson, is reportedly being touted as Goodman's replacement on 'Strictly Come Dancing' from 2017.
Ballroom dance instructor Gary Edwards is the latest name to be linked with the vacant judging chair on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ when head judge Len Goodman steps down after the end of the current series.
A BBC source has reportedly revealed that Goodman and fellow judge Bruno Tonioli are both good friends with 50 year old Edwards, a holder of over 30 international ballroom dance titles and who once instructed Michael Jackson. Tonioli has apparently raised Edwards’ name to the ‘Strictly’ producers as an idea for whom to choose to replace Goodman for the 2017 series.
Len Goodman is stepping down from 'Strictly' at the end of the current series
Naga is the third non-white contestant to be eliminated so far this series.
BBC competition ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ has found itself at the center of a ‘race row’ after a third non-white contestant left the show on Sunday.
BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty was eliminated by public vote last night, after finding herself in the bottom two with singer Anastacia. She is now the third non-white contestant to be voted off, after Tameka Empson and Melvin Odoom.
Continue reading: 'Strictly Come Dancing' Race Row Intensifies After Naga Munchetty's Exit