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Strictly Come Dancing crowns Santa Claus in a dazzling episode

Strictly Come Dancing crowns Santa Claus in a dazzling episode - The festive special with tinsel, dancing hologram penguins and a happy Santa Claus. (Author: Gardener)

Santa ClausSinger Anne-Marie was crowned winner of the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2021. The 30-year-old pop star and professional dancer Graziano Di Prima won after an exciting cha-cha-cha, which earned them the perfect score of 40 from the jury. Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2021 Picture Shows: Anne Marie, Graziano Di Prima - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy Anne Marie, who is also the coach at The Voice, looked visibly shocked when her name was called during the festive episode the BBC One show which airs on Christmas Day. She said, “I can't believe it. Thanks to Graz and the whole team. She wrote on Twitter after the episode aired, adding, “I CANNOT BELIEVE IT !!!! It brought out a side of me that I hadn't seen in a long time. It brought out a side of me that I hadn't seen in a long time. “It brought out a side of me that I hadn't seen in a long time. Thanks to @GrazianoDiPrima and the whole team. Thanks to @GrazianoDiPrima and the whole team. You made my Christmas so special! "You made my Christmas so special!" You made my Christmas so special! "The judges - Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, Anton Du Beke and Motsi Mabuse - were full of praise for Giedroycs weirdly pervaded routine that also included dancing penguin holograms. Ballas said: “You absolutely sum up the joy of Christmas. Picture Shows: Luba Mushtuk, Jay Blades - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy The Jay Blades and Luba Mushtuk from The Repair Shop were awarded a total of 34 points by the jury for their Jive to the Only Fools And Horses theme song Hooky Street . Blades was surprised with a message from Only Fools And Horses star Sir David Jason before they got their judges' scores for their routine which started with a chandelier, a nod to one of the sitcom's most popular episodes. Sir David, 81, best known for playing Derek "Del Boy" Trotter on the BBC sitcom, joked in a video message that they danced to the show's theme song, "There Will A Royalty," and ended his message on one of the shows famous lines that say, "You know it makes sense." ATTENTION: Publication is blocked until December 19, 2021 00:00:01 - Program name: Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2021 - TX: December 25, 2021 - Episode: Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2021 (No. n / a.)) - Picture shows: Fred Sirieix, Dianne Buswell - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy First Dates presenters Fred Sirieix and Dianne Buswell opened the show with a quickstep that got them three 10s and a total of 38. Horwood told the TV star, "Me thought you were trotting around like a turkey, but maybe that was the whole point, darling, "praised Sirieix for the" fantastic energy "he brought into the routine. The news anchors Moira Stuart and Aljaz Skorjanec performed a salsa that Revel Horwood raved about: "I really, really enjoyed it." so warming ". Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2021. Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2021. Picture shows: Neil Jones, Mel Giedroyc - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy determine the winner after all routines. Last year, a special Christmas episode looked back on the 25 best performances in the show's history.

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Christmas Day in a coronavirus ward at Royal Preston Hospital

NHS staff give up their Christmas days to care for the sick as pressures on the NHS grow and more staff become isolated. (Author: Gardener)

Christmas DayJust because it's Christmas doesn't make life in a COVID ward any easier. Like hospitals across the country, the Royal Preston is feeling the pressure of the pandemic again. At the entrance to the hospital there wasn't the usual hectic pace, the parking lot was happily empty, but when you go to the ventilation station, which is dominated by COVID-19 patients, the pace changes completely. The staff is constantly on the move, taking care of very sick patients who have difficulty breathing because of the virus. The congregation itself had small but significant memories that it was Christmas Day; a nurse with reindeer antlers, mugs of candy on the sides, and at lunchtime the breath of Christmas dinner pouring onto the occupied beds. Professor Mohammed Munavvar showed us around this station immediately after his morning round. We met several employees who worked when they shouldn't. Nurses, doctors, cleaners, and porters in the NHS are getting sick with COVID, and with the rapid spread of Omicron, this has been tremendous additional pressure on Dr. Munavvar. "It has been a big challenge for us the last few days and today we have people who tested positive and now need to isolate themselves," he said. As we walk down the corridor, Dr. Munavvar pointed out the red zone, which is home to a number of suspected COVID patients, and the blue zone, where beds are occupied by people who have tested positive for the virus. If you look through the windows into the bays, it is clear that these people are doing very badly and are fighting. "In this COVID ward and in the intensive care unit, people who are very seriously ill and at risk of dying are the ones who haven't vaccinated their full dose," he said. “Many of them had no vaccination at all. This was a clear message from Dr. Munavvar, from someone who has been on the front lines since the beginning of the pandemic, things can go terribly wrong. “That's why sometimes when I'm doing my chores here on the COVID ward, I step out and I feel like I'm living in two different parallel universes because people go about their business, they don't seem to care or understand what happening here Outside these hospital walls, the refresher program is quick to respond, but the doctors inside are all too aware that it takes two weeks for the vaccines to take effect, and so without urgent action, the NHS could face some of the most difficult Weeks in its history again.

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From festive markets to shopping - this is what Christmas 2021 will look like

Find out what Christmas 2021 will be like, including if there will be a lockdown, Plan B rules, Christmas markets, shopping and events. (Author: Gardener)

Christmas 2021Last year's Christmas was one many would rather forget thanks to a quick lockdown. Families were prevented from spending time together for Christmas 2020 as Boris Johnson ordered another national lockdown days before the big day. Now that Christmas 2021 is almost here, it's time to tackle the rest of the Christmas season and all that that entails: shopping for gifts, enjoying festive markets, pantomime fun, and planning who will be hosting the Christmas dinner this year. But with Covid cases rising again in Europe - and concerns about the spread of the Omicron variant - will Christmas be canceled again? No lockdown is currently planned over Christmas 2021. This is despite concerns about the Omicron variant, which led to the government's Plan B restrictions being put in place in England. Some restrictions - including mandatory face masks in shops, many indoor spaces, and public transportation - were reintroduced in the wake of Omicron amid concerns that it is spreading faster than the dominant Delta variant and has the ability to vaccine or immunity from an earlier one Covid to bypass infection. This, of course, has raised concerns that Christmas could be compromised again - although Mr Johnson said he believed "Christmas this year will be vastly better than Christmas last year". He said: "We are still in a strong position largely thanks to the speed of the vaccine roll-out, one more booster roll-out and I think I'll stick with the formula I used before which means I'm pretty confident." " I am absolutely confident this Christmas will be a lot better than last Christmas. ”For now, however, it appears that the celebrations are going within the boundaries of Plan B - which means there is no full lockdown. We forecast what some of the top Christmas activities might look like this year. The most important thing to keep in mind when shopping for Christmas 2021 is that it is important to be prepared. If 2020 and the last minute lockdown taught us anything, it's our emergency shopping days on Christmas Eve. If you want to hit the high street in the days leading up to Christmas, be prepared as many stores are still implementing a queuing policy to avoid overcrowding and coronavirus transmission. And when it comes to grocery shopping, you've probably seen recent reports of the empty supermarket shelves crisis and shortage of truck drivers. We'll see a lot more of this, according to the head of the Food and Drink Federation, Ian Wright. Describing how the food industry used to work, Wright said, “The UK shopper and consumer could previously have expected just about any product they want on the [supermarket] shelf or restaurant all the time. And I don't think it's coming back. ”However, Downing Street confirmed in November that Christmas turkey deliveries will not be impacted. It is currently expected that families can gather at home for Christmas parties. However, some large Christmas parties or meals could be at risk again from the Omicron spread. Many companies have canceled plans for a large Christmas party - while others have already opted for smaller gatherings this year. raised the alarm after telling Raido 4 that people should cut off their social contacts and only socialize "if need be". Speaking to the Today program, she said, “We have to be careful. Our behavior in winter - and especially around Christmas - tends to make more socializing, so I think all of this needs to be taken into account. ”Although many big Christmas parties will still take place despite the concerns, we can still see businesses who opt for virtual celebrations - due to security measures or remote workers who now live much further from the office. Gregor Sey, director of Boozy Events, told Metro.co.uk: “Last year we saw all corporate Christmas parties either go virtual or postponed. This year, companies that can manage personally are certainly trying. ”However, Sey adds,“ Many larger companies are continuing with a virtual Christmas party this year because it's cheaper and easier to organize. ”Is Ian McCulloch, Managing Director of Silent Pool Distillers suggesting it will be risky for businesses to throw parties this year. For example, do you ask all of your employees to be tested before the big Christmas party? "If you're a small business and multiple members get Covid-19 from the Christmas party, it could have serious ramifications - especially if there is no more vacation." Still, some venues will be busy - despite Plan B, which throws the bill the works. Richard Wynne, founder of Duchess Of Dalston and the Callooh Callay group, told Metro.co.uk in November that they had already received bookings. He said, “This year seems to be accelerating and we are preparing for our busiest Christmas season yet in all four locations. "We noticed that people in general are really looking forward to a big party - and no surprise after the 18 months everyone just had." Nevertheless, the staff shortage still has an impact on the hospitality industry, with Covid -19 positive Cases and Brexit implications like Visa make life much more difficult for employers. Andrei Lussmann, founder and managing director of the sustainable restaurant group Lussmanns, told Metro.co.uk: “The problem is not so much supply bottlenecks, but you can round them off, you can constantly adapt the menus ... have a huge problem. Most restaurateurs I know aren't worried about a busy Christmas in terms of bookings - they worry about the staffing problem. "Ian McCulloch also said," There is a risk of party facility workers getting Covid-19 or have to isolate themselves, which means that "many venues will be short of staff." However, it seems that the local areas have their own approaches this year. Leeds City Council announced early that its German Christmas market would not take place, and Harrogate Borough Council has also canceled its market. Others have been canceled, such as Glasgow's iconic Christmas market in George Square. Meanwhile, Bath's is now virtual, allowing shoppers to purchase their festive goodies online. As one of London's most popular Christmas markets, those looking to visit Winter Wonderland will be delighted to hear that the damp tents, rides and games are open. There's a catch: you need to pre-book the date and time of entry, as well as the attractions you will visit. And one of the most magical Christmas markets in the UK is East Princes Street Gardens Market in Edinburgh, which runs until Tuesday 4th January this year. At the event, festive huts full of goodies, food, and drink are lined up - plus a ferris wheel so you can see the sights. The Frankfurt Christmas Market in Birmingham runs until just before Christmas this year. It's located in Victoria Square and New Street. You can also check out some of Manchester's Christmas markets in six squares across the city through Wednesday December 22nd. The magical winter gardens are also open until Monday 3rd January this year, enjoying a return to art. And what could be nicer than going to a Christmas show? A true Christmas classic, The Nutcracker, performed by the English National Ballet, returns to the stage at London's Coliseum on Thursday December 16 20, at the Peacock Theater in London. Treat the family to a dash of Disney magic with a festive screening of Frozen The Musical on the stage of the Theater Royal in Drury Lane. When it comes to concerts, Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall is a surefire way out - that's when The Nutcracker, to Christmas with The Salvation Army and the London Community Gospel Choir to Christmas perform. The Muppet Christmas Carol concert is also touring the UK with shows in cities like Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. And if you want to see a selection of Christmas hits from top artists like Ronan Keating, Rag’n’Bone Man and Will Young, then get tickets for Magic Radio’s Magic of Christmas. However, if you want to get closer to the Christmas concert, Street Theater offers an unusual concept. People in London and Manchester can treat friends, family or colleagues to a brief performance of Christmas classics sung by West End actresses featured in shows like Mamma Mia! and opera singers from the Royal Opera House. The company also creates a £ 25 musical Christmas Advent Calendar with daily festive musical performances delivered to your inbox every December morning before Christmas. The enchanting Christmas at Kew is also back with its sparkling winter light path that is guaranteed to make you feel warm and cozy inside. You must also book tickets and a time slot in advance. The ice rinks are back for 2021, so it's time to put your skates on and enjoy one of the funniest - or scariest - winter experiences. There are also rides and circus shows at the venue, which opens Thursday, December 9th. Windsor On Ice is back for 2021 too, and in addition to ice skating, Santa Claus is also on the 4th, 12th, 18th, 19th and 24th, so bring the kids with you for a special treat. This ice rink also offers date night events with child-free ice rink times and disabled skate nights on selected Wednesdays. There are currently no confirmed line or train cancellations during the holiday season - but keep an eye out for updates as your trip approaches to avoid disappointment. National Rail stated, “A significant amount of the engineering work is done during the holiday season. Network Rail is doing significant upgrades and engineering across the rail network during this time as fewer people will travel. ”However, if you want to go on holiday on Boxing Day or Boxing Day, National Rail has confirmed that the Heathrow Express will be serving not executed. For those looking to fly abroad, this is a different story given the recent changes in travel restrictions. A number of countries returned to the red list due to concerns about Omicron. Travelers traveling to England from anywhere are now required to take a PCR test before departure - as well as a PCR test on arrival in the country. This applies to all passengers, including those who are fully vaccinated - while unvaccinated travelers are required to self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival in England. The changes could affect anyone planning a celebratory getaway - as passengers will have to pay for PCR testing as well as the cost of a quarantine hotel when returning from a red list country. Given the currently evolving situation, anyone planning to fly to the holidays - or coming here from abroad - should be aware that the situation could change at any time as more countries may be added to the Red List, when Omicron infections increase. Last year's celebrations were a quiet affair due to the lockdown, and London was treated to a drone light show and small fireworks display. In Scotland, Edinburgh's traditional street festival at Hogmanay has been replaced by videos of a drone display. London's fireworks display has again been put on hold this year and replaced with a live show in Trafalgar Square - for which tickets are available, although it is not yet clear how those tickets will be distributed. The Hogmanay celebrations in Edinburgh, on the other hand, are set to continue - with a full program of events planned here. MORE: This week in London, Christmassy places to eat, drink and party

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The Queen made no mention of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle in the Christmas message, but praised Wills & Kate's charitable work

THE Queen neglected to mention Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in her Christmas address while praising Prince William and Kate. Her Majesty delivered a butt (Author: Gardener)

ChristmasThe Queen neglected to mention Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in her Christmas address while praising Prince William and Kate. Her Majesty delivered a poignant traditional celebratory address this year when she lamented Christmas without her "beloved" husband after he died in April at the age of 99. She spoke movingly about the fact that she had missed the "scolding sparkle" and the "familiar laugh" of Prince Philip in her Christmas message. This Christmas is the first she has not spent with Prince Philip in 73 years. In a deeply personal message, the monarch fondly remembered his fun, but also said she was “indescribably proud” of his achievements. The Queen said her late husband was an "early advocate of taking our environmental responsibility seriously". She spoke about how Prince Philip's legacy was carried on by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. "I am indescribably proud that his pioneering work was taken over and enlarged by our eldest son Charles and his eldest son William - admirably supported by Camilla and Catherine - most recently at the COP climate summit in Glasgow." But there was no mention of Meghan and Harry, who now reside in California after leaving their royal duties. Earlier this year, the Duchess used a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey to raise allegations of racism against the Royal Family 🔵 Read our Royal Family live blog for the latest updates In her speech, the Queen said that although Prince Philip was not with the family, to celebrate Christmas, "we all felt his presence" and he wants them to enjoy themselves. Besides her words, there were other touching tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh. And unlike previous years when there were many family photos around them, in 2007 a framed photo of the diamond wedding couple was the only photo on display. "While it is a time of great happiness and good spirits for many, Christmas can be tough for those who have lost loved ones," she said. "But for me, in the months since my beloved Philip's death, I have taken great comfort in the warmth and affection of the many honors for his life and work - from all over the country, the Commonwealth and the world. Her Majesty added": " But life, of course, consists of last farewells and first encounters - and as much as I and my family miss him, I know he wants us to enjoy Christmas. She then paid tribute to her husband's accomplishments in establishing the Duke of Edinburgh Awards and raising awareness for the environment. "We see our own children and their families adopt the roles, traditions and values ​​that mean so much to us as they are passed on from one generation to the next and sometimes adapted to changing times," she said. “I see it in my own family and it is a source of great happiness. Prince Philip was always aware of this feeling of passing on the baton. “That's why he created the Duke of Edinburgh Award, which offers young people across the Commonwealth and beyond.” The chance for discovery and adventure. The Queen touched on the current Covid situation, which means that “we may not celebrate quite as we wished, but we can still enjoy the many happy traditions”. “Whether it's singing Christmas carols - if the melody is known - decorating the tree, giving and receiving gifts, or watching a favorite movie that we already know when we end, it's no surprise that families get into their Christmas routine so often treasure. “And for me and my family, even if a familiar laugh is missing this year, Christmas will be a joy as we will have the opportunity to reminisce and see the wonders of the Christmas season through the eyes of our young children anew from them we were delighted to have four more this year. "You teach us all a lesson - just like the Christmas story - that the birth of a child is a new tomorrow with infinite potential." You hope it does. there will be an opportunity for people everywhere to enjoy a feeling of togetherness, a chance to say thank you for the enormous changes in the past 70 years - socially, scientifically and culturally - and also to look confidently ahead. "Her Majesty ended her speech with a note on their own Christian faith and the lasting message of Christmas: "It is this simplicity of the Christmas story that makes it so uni universally attractive, simple events that formed the starting point of the life of Jesus - a man "whose teachings have been passed down from generation to generation and have been the foundation of my faith. "As the Christmas carol says, 'The hopes and fears of all these years will be fulfilled in you tonight.' I wish you all a wonderful Christmas. "

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Joan Collins opens the feud of the John Forsythe dynasty

DAME JOAN COLLINS spoke to a former Dynasty co-star about her big fallout on the Graham Norton Show. (Author: Gardener)

Joan CollinsDon't Miss Out On The Best And Biggest New Releases For 2022We use your registration to deliver content in a way that you have consented to and to improve our understanding of you. Over the years, actress Joan Collins has played a number of high profile television roles, including her well-known portrayal of Alexis Colby on long-running US soap opera Dynasty. On the Graham Norton Show, the highly regarded actor was also joined by writer Stanley Tucci, television chef Jamie Oliver, comedian Romesh Ranganathan, and singer-songwriter Joy Crookes. During her last television appearance on talk show BBC One, the Paddington-born actress told viewers of a feud that broke out between her and John Forsythe after claiming "He hasn't spoken to me in a season." Graham Norton explained to Joan, "I was in my 40s when I got the role." She continued, "Linda (Evans) was in her 30s and John was 62 years old and said John's age," added the writer. In the early stages of her career, the lady claimed there was "so much age discrimination" in Hollywood. In 1983, the TV star was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Unknown to fans, tensions between Joan and the late actor grew after the Stud star voiced her concerns to the media. She said, "I would bring it up in interviews." "He refused to speak and left the stage," Joan continued. The lady later revealed how their relationship deteriorated after receiving the People's Choice Award on behalf of the US show. "He didn't speak. After that, I was to myself for a whole season," she told the BBC audience. The legendary actor said, "I had to do a scene where he was supposed to try to strangle me." Joan told the host: “I insisted on taking a stand -in!” Promotional materials for the 1980s series often featured John at the front, with his bellicose wife and ex-wife behind them. Alexis Colby is the most prominent character on a new boxing set in the series that was released in August.

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People can draw their own conclusions

Dame Joan Collins has said she doesn't want some historical "very bad, mean, mean, vicious things from reviewers" to be seen in an upcoming documentary about her because she is someone who "is always positive." (Author: Gardener)

Dame Joan CollinsDame Joan Collins has said she doesn't want some historical "very bad, mean, mean, vicious things from reviewers" to be seen in an upcoming documentary about her because she is someone who "is always positive." The 88-year-old actress and writer recounted This Is Joan Collins, a new full-length documentary about her life that will air on BBC Two January 1st. Dame Joan has been looking through her "own roller coaster for seven decades in showbiz - with her inimitable wit." and panache, "said the BBC. Regarding the documentary, Dame Joan told BBC Breakfast that scrapbooks from her career "were kept by my grandmother and then my sister Jackie and then other people and sometimes me". She said, “And in it there were a lot of very, very bad, vicious, mean, malicious things posted by reviewers. “And I said that I would rather not have this because I am a very positive person and always look on the positive side and therefore didn't want it in the documentation. “I just didn't think there was any point, you know; People can draw their own conclusions. This Is Joan Collins will also show footage from the home archives and see her talk about her illustrious career. Dame Joan became a household name with the role of Alexis Carrington Colby on the US soap opera Dynasty, which was a staple on BBC One in the 1980s. Her career has spanned the big and small screens, including recent roles in films such as The Loss Adjuster. - This Is Joan Collins will air January 1st at 9pm on BBC Two

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"People can draw their own conclusions"

Dame Joan Collins is going through the ups and downs of her stellar career in an upcoming documentary. (Author: Gardener)

Joan CollinsDame Joan Collins is going through the ups and downs of her stellar career in an upcoming documentary. The 88-year-old actress and writer shared her new feature-length documentary, This Is Joan Collins, which examines her rise to fame and will air on BBC Two on New Years Day. Despite an incredible career in the industry, the star revealed that she has said a whole host of "mean" and "nasty" things about her from critics. However, she wants the one-off special to focus more on the positive. Speaking to BBC Breakfast, she said, “I just didn't think there was any point, you know; People can draw their own conclusions. This Is Joan Collins will also feature Home Archive footage of the former soap veteran talking about her illustrious career in the spotlight. In an interview with BBC Radio 4's Woman’s Hour, she said, “Why should everyone think the same about everything? From 1981 to 1991 Joan Alexis Carrington Colby played in the American soap opera Dynasty and was critically acclaimed for her portrayal as one of television's most iconic villains. The award-winning writer also revealed how she successfully negotiated a raise to match her male counterparts, but lost screen time after securing equal pay. She said, "I finally got what I really deserved, and they cut me down to half the episodes." This Is Joan Collins will air January 1st at 9pm on BBC2. MORE: Kate Garraway asks if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tried to "usurp" the Queen with a Christmas card photo.

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Carol Vorderman thrilled in tight lederhosen for her 61st birthday

Former countdown star Carol Vorderman turned up in a skin-tight black ensemble as she celebrated her birthday (Author: Gardener)

Carol VordermanFormer countdown star Carol Vorderman turned heads in a skin-tight black ensemble as she celebrated her birthday. Thank you for subscribing Christmas baby Carol will be 61 on Friday, December 24th and went to Instagram to show off her fantastic figure in tight leather pants. Carol titled the post: “Happy Birthday to [hands up emojis]. Carol delighted in skin-tight black trousers on her 61st birthday. Dozens of people rushed to wish Carol a happy birthday. Receive exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photo shoots straight to your inbox with OK! 'S daily newsletter. Carol added, “So 2021 was a 9/10 and it's not even over yet. "Merry Christmas to everyone from a real Christmas story. Send so much love and mischief out there. ”Dozens of Carol's 194,000 Instagram followers have since wished her a happy birthday. that she's a Christmas Eve baby and revealed her plans for Christmas Day. Carol Vorderman said she was hoping for a "more normal Christmas" this year. "I'm a Christmas Eve baby so it's celebrated twice!" She said. "My daughter (Katie King) and her best friend are joining us, and mostly I'm hoping for a more normal Christmas this year." In addition to her daughter Katie, Carol also has a son named Cameron, whom she both shares with her ex-husband Patrick King . Last month, Carol took to Instagram to rave about Cameron as he graduated from the University of Dundee. Carol Vorderman's son graduated from the University of Dundee. I couldn't be more proud of him. "Carol added," We never dared dream that that day would come when he graduated with top honors last year and now has a Masters degree in Animation and VFX ... Thanks Dundee for that you gave him everything you got in the last year. For updates, sign up for our daily newsletter with all of your favorite celebs here.

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Carol Vorderman puts her sensational curves in skin-tight PVC leggings as she celebrates her 61st birthday

CAROL Vorderman showed her sensational curves in skin-tight PVC leggings when she celebrated her 61st birthday. The former countdown host took to Instagram to pay tribute to her special day. And me… (Author: Gardener)

Carol VordermanCAROL Vorderman showed her sensational curves in skin-tight PVC leggings when she celebrated her 61st birthday. And in true Vorderman fashion, she had to upload a selection of sizzling mirror selfies for her fans to see. The TV star looked amazing as she showcased her hourglass figure in some tight black leggings, a Guess sweater, and a huge belt at the waist. Carol tilted her body to one side to reveal her famous bum while standing in front of the camera in a different posed face. She said to her fans: "Happy Birthday to 🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️ Or how we sing Penblwydd Hapus in Wales .... ❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿❤️ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿. "Merry Christmas to everyone from a real Christmas carol 🎄🎄🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️🥂🥂❤️❤️✅✅💋💋. Many rushed to the comments section to wish her a happy birthday. A fan said: "Merry Christmas and a happy birthday 🎅 most beautiful lady in England 🎄🥂xx." Another wrote: "Happy birthday, young beautiful lady 💕💕💕." It comes after Carol got her fans' pulses racing as she headed for her Instagram stories yesterday in a tight, busty top and workout leggings. The former countdown host showed off her hourglass figure as she posed for a snap in the mirror before taking a sultry selfie and pouting for the camera. Carol, 60, told her Instagram followers that she "already loved Christmas" when she went for a festive walk with her buddy Judge Robert Rinder. Shiny for the occasion, she donned gray sports leggings and a gray buttoned top while posing for a series of snaps. The TV star showed off her wealthy fortune when she held up a red heart-shaped Christmas decoration for a mirror selfie while smiling at the camera. Carol then spoiled her fans with a close-up, showing off her long brunette locks that fall over her chest in the racy photo. "Had a nice walk / talk with Judge Rob Rinder in the harbor this morning," she wrote. "I love Christmas already. Carol is no stranger to showing off her incredible figure on social media as she was seen posing in a Christmas jumper earlier this week. She looked amazing as she curled her curves in black wetlook leggings which she teamed with a tight red sweater that showed off her figure-hugging body. The math expert recently showed off a new hairstyle as she impressed fans with her long legs in a faux leather mini dress as she got ready to perform on BBC radio outside Wales and stopped to snap her stunning outfit and "puffed up" hair. Carol wore the dress over a long sleeved top, sheer black stockings and black heels above the knee. The star completed the look Teased by wearing her normally straight hair in a., wavy style. Carol put the series of pictures from her walk-in closet on Instagram shared. "Oh, she buffed her hair for work," she subtitled the post.

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Carol Vorderman puts her sensational curves in skin-tight PVC leggings as she celebrates her 61st birthday

CAROL Vorderman showed her sensational curves in skin-tight PVC leggings when she celebrated her 61st birthday. The former countdown host went to Inst (Author: Gardener)

Carol VordermanCAROL Vorderman showed her sensational curves in skin-tight PVC leggings when she celebrated her 61st birthday. And in true Vorderman fashion, she had to upload a selection of sizzling mirror selfies for her fans to see. The TV star looked amazing as she showcased her hourglass figure in some tight black leggings, a Guess sweater, and a huge belt at the waist. Carol tilted her body to one side to reveal her famous bum while standing in front of the camera in a different posed face. She said to her fans: "Happy Birthday to 🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️ Or how we sing Penblwydd Hapus in Wales .... ❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿❤️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿❤️ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿. "Merry Christmas to everyone from a real Christmas carol 🎄🎄🙋🏼‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️🥂🥂❤️❤️✅✅💋💋. Many rushed to the comments section to wish her a happy birthday. A fan said: "Merry Christmas and a happy birthday 🎅 most beautiful lady in England 🎄🥂xx." Another wrote: "Happy birthday, young beautiful lady 💕💕💕." It comes after Carol got her fans' pulses racing as she headed for her Instagram stories yesterday in a tight, busty top and workout leggings. The former countdown host showed off her hourglass figure as she posed for a snap in the mirror before taking a sultry selfie and pouting for the camera. Carol, 60, told her Instagram followers that she "already loved Christmas" when she went for a festive walk with her buddy Judge Robert Rinder. Shiny for the occasion, she donned gray sports leggings and a gray buttoned top while posing for a series of snaps. The TV star showed off her wealthy fortune when she held up a red heart-shaped Christmas decoration for a mirror selfie while smiling at the camera. Carol then spoiled her fans with a close-up, showing off her long brunette locks that fall over her chest in the racy photo. "Had a nice walk / talk with Judge Rob Rinder in the harbor this morning," she wrote. "I love Christmas already. Carol is no stranger to showing off her incredible figure on social media as she was seen posing in a Christmas jumper earlier this week. She looked amazing as she curled her curves in black wetlook leggings which she teamed with a tight red sweater that showed off her figure-hugging body. The math expert recently showed off a new hairstyle as she impressed fans with her long legs in a faux leather mini dress as she got ready to perform on BBC radio outside Wales and stopped to snap her stunning outfit and "puffed up" hair. Carol wore the dress over a long sleeved top, sheer black stockings and black heels above the knee. The star completed the look Teased by wearing her normally straight hair in a., wavy style. Carol put the series of pictures from her walk-in closet on Instagram shared. "Oh, she buffed her hair for work," she subtitled the post.

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