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Strictly Come Dancing: Week Three – Fresh scandals and frenemies

Week 3 means one thing; Movie Week! This year may have been one of the best movie weeks that I can remember. There was some real surprises and everybody really stepped up!

With Susannah being the first to leave the competition last weekend, it’s really on for the couples to keep improving and avoid that dreaded dance-off. The standard is really high this year so one off night could be the end for you. I must say, hats off to the costume, hair and make-up departments because every celeb and pro looked incredible!

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Strictly Come Dancing: Week One on the floor with some surprising scores

🎵 It’s the most wonderful time of the year. 🎵

No, not Christmas time. It’s Strictly time, of course! It just so happens to also be the countdown to Christmas but Strictly first and everything else later!

And what a phenomenal start it was. I was pleasantly surprised by all the celebrities, they all raised their game and it’s only week 1!

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Made in Chelsea – Ibiza: F**k your journey!

I adore Louise’s such obvious distaste for the Sam and Mimi situation. Hashtag big sister goals. As someone who has been there, done it and worn the t-shirt – she did date Spencer + Jamie – she can see the car crash coming a mile off.

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Made in Chelsea – Ibiza: Same crap, different country

I can’t be the only one wondering how our richest reality TV stars would fare in the party capital of Ibiza.

But I think we all agree they are visiting a different part of the country than we are used to seeing splashed all over the tabloids every summer.

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TOWIE: Open your eyes

So I caught up with last night’s TOWIE, and wanted to shout at the screen several times. 
I’ll try and explain why… 

Whether you like Tommy and Georgia’s delivery or not, you can’t deny they’re doing the right thing. They’re protecting their friend. Yes Chloe is a strong woman but she is also a single woman with a teenage daughter and when we’re upset, we need our friends to support us. 

Fair enough that Pete is upset with Tommy, but Georgia didn’t have a go at him. She spoke to him calmly and explained her reasons. So why did he then slag her off? 

I’m glad him and Chloe cleared the air but if reports are to be believed other events may affect that. 

I can’t help but agree with Chloe. Every scene – bar the Gemma/Bobby bits – involved people talking about Megan. Not because they’re jealous, or they actually care; but because of the way she acts. 

As an older person, I hate to see girls like her and Amber Turner advert like that. They come across like the fields in school who made other people’s life hell. Their pretty faces don’t make up for ugly souls. 

She is manipulative, you only have to look at the way she unnecessarily rang Pete last week to tell him about Tommy. The way she is quick to shout and scream at everyone else, but makes out like she’s the victim when it’s people she knows some tasks her shit. Suddenly she’s all sweetness and light when Chloe or Georgia day something. 

Chloe Meadows was right not to go. Why would Megan want her there when she clearly doesn’t like her. And who invites people on the day of the event. As my Nan used to say: “Late invitation is for fool.” 

Besties love

On a happier note, I loved Gemma doing her best friend duties and reminding Bobby that he is fabulous and worthy. Because, frankly, he is. Trust me, if I can find someone then there’s hope for everyone. 

And Myles and Courtney were once again the epitome of cuteness. Can you imagine the babies?

TOWIE is on ITVBe Sunday and Wednesday at 10pm

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