Arts and Entertainment Actor Mark Benton and his dance partner Iveta Lukosiute left the competition tonight

The actor lost out after all four judges voted to save Ashley Taylor-Dawson

Susanna Reid posted this picture on Twitter to confirm she is appearing on Strictly Come Dancing 2013

Strictly's Susanna Reid to waltz Bill Turnbull around BBC Breakfast studio

Strictly Come Dancing contestant Susanna Reid has revealed that she plans to rehearse for the show with BBC Breakfast co-presenter Bill Turnbull - behind their TV sofa.

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Susanna Reid set for Strictly Come Dancing 2013

The BBC Breakfast presenter is reported to have signed for the show

Sophie Ellis Bextor is confirmed to appear in this year's Strictly Come Dancing

Murder on the dance floor: Sophie Ellis-Bextor confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2013

Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor is confirmed to appear on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Ryan Giggs settles phone hacking claim

Footballer Ryan Giggs has settled his phone-hacking damages claim against News Group Newspapers.

Abbey Clancy photographed at DSTRKT, London. 'I'd always fancied Pete,' she says of Crouch

Abbey Clancy: 'I'm not a brat'

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Something For The Weekend: 26/11/2011

It's squeaky bum time for...

Tony Pulis

At the end of August, Tony Pulis thought Stoke's only problem this season would be finding ways for Peter Crouch to entertain Abbey Clancy on a Saturday night in the Potteries.

Abbey Clancy marries Peter Crouch

Abbey Clancy tied the knot with Peter Crouch yesterday.

Robin Scott-Elliot: Poetry? check. Cliché? check. Must be a big game on the Beeb

View From The Sofa: Six Nations, BBC1

Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch name their baby

Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch have named their baby girl Sophia Ruby.

Abbey Clancy gives birth

Abbey Clancy has given birth to a baby girl.

London's pride: The best of the capital's fashion week

From glam rock to grunge, Susannah Frankel rounds up the very best of the capital's fashion week – and discovers a bold new mood of fun and femininity

Crouch lifts Tottenham to 48-year high

Troubled striker's hat-trick wins £6m reward as Tottenham reach European Cup for first time since 1962

Abbey Clancy drops TV appearance after Peter Crouch claims

Abbey Clancy pulled out of a TV appearance booked for today in the wake of allegations about her footballer fiance Peter Crouch.

Katy Guest: Fashion's passion-killer: flesh-coloured tights

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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