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Scotland to be given deciding vote on Strictly and X-Factor

In a review of expanded powers to Scotland, known as ‘Devo Max’, the Better Together campaign have announced a slew of new tax, spending and legislative powers that will now include the deciding vote on all subsequent winners of Strictly Come Dancing and The X-Factor.

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Posted: Sep 9th, 2014
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BBC to build new Forsyth in Salford

Bosses at the BBC have confirmed plans for a new Forsyth to be built in Salford. It is thought the new Forsyth will feature newer dance moves and more sophisticated anecdotes about Sammy Davis Junior, while retaining it’s iconic shape. The original Forsyth was a much-loved part of viewers’ lives over the years, with its eccentric 1950′s design and rich history. Performers from the early days fondly recall it’s circular routines and stories which seemed to lead nowhere.

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Posted: Apr 5th, 2014
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‘Britain’s Got Judges’ uncovering the best new talent show judges

Louis Walsh didn't even make Boot Camp‘Judging is my dream. I’ve been judging in pubs and clubs for years now and this is my last chance. This means everything to me. If only me nan was here…’

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Posted: Dec 10th, 2013
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Scientists hopeful that ‘dead’ comic may still be alive

Star gazers around the world have been studying footage of the fading body of Bruce Forsyth and believe he may still be alive, despite previous reports to the contrary. Forsyth has been observed for the past 60 years, but is believed to have been in existence since the beginning of the solar system.

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Posted: Dec 1st, 2013
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Al-Qaeda postpones terror campaign until end of Strictly and X-Factor

bombing Dusseldorf to wait until Anne's danced the rumbaAl-Qaeda is struggling to secure sufficient numbers of bombers during the current series of Strictly Come Dancing and X-Factor.

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Posted: Nov 25th, 2013
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