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Afghan Jirga undecided on Strictly

smart money's on Ellis-Bexter, but is it too soon to give up on Susanna Reid?Afghan president Hamid Karzai has called a Loya Jirga, or grand assembly, to decide, once and for all, who to vote for on the popular BBC show Strictly Come Dancing.

‘This is a question that is tearing our fragile democracy apart,’ he said in his opening address to more than 2,000 Afghan elders. ‘Issues of sovereignty and legal immunity with the Americans, while of vital importance to our nation, cannot even begin to be considered while we are divided on whether Ben Cohen or Abbey Clancy should raise that glitter ball trophy.’

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Posted: Nov 22nd, 2013
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Bruce Forsyth to star in Lloyd-Webber’s ‘Nosferatu! The Musical’

didn't he do well!Sir Bruce Forsyth, TV host and entertainer has been chosen by Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber to star in the title role of his next West End spectacular, Nosferatu! the Musical.

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Posted: Nov 20th, 2012
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Abu Qatada to improve public image with ‘I’m A Celebrity’ appearance

looking forward to persuading kangaroo's testicles to follow different ideological route‘Abu is looking forward to eating testicles in the jungle, as long as they’re halal.’

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Posted: Feb 9th, 2012
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Fury as someone who isn’t good at something on TV gets to carry on doing it

The British people are in an increasingly angry mood because someone who has been dancing/singing/twatting about the Australian jungle on TV for 8 weeks/6 weeks/a few days has been allowed to carry on dancing/singing/twatting about the Australian jungle for a while longer, despite not being as good at dancing/singing/twatting about the Australian jungle as someone else who has had to stop doing it.

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Posted: Nov 24th, 2010
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Campaigners celebrate as last ‘Strictly’ contestant is finally freed

Campaigners welcomed the news that Chris Hollins, the final minor celebrity held by the BBC and forced to dance for the public’s entertainment, had finally been released.

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Posted: Dec 21st, 2009
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