Arts and Entertainment Strictly Come Dancing dancers Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are revealed as the winners of the Rear of the Year Award in Guildford, Surrey.

Strictly Come Dancing duo Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone have been recognised for their toned bottoms as they were named winners of the Rear of the Year award.

Fabrice Muamba shows off fancy footwork on Christmas Strictly Come Dancing

Miracle footballer Fabrice Muamba showed he still has some fancy footwork as he kicks up a storm for Strictly Come Dancing - just months after retiring from the pitch after his "death".

Brendan Cole and Victoria Pendleton on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ on Saturday

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Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole said he was delighted to be reunited with "great dancer" Kelly Brook for a Christmas special after he was dumped out of the current series with Victoria Pendleton.

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Newsreader Fiona Bruce today found her bottom to be her crowning glory as she was named Rear Of The Year - and admitted she had already become the butt of jokes.

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Former chart star Rachel Stevens is pregnant with her first child, it was announced today.

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Chart star Rachel Stevens was named top of the bottoms today as she claimed the accolade Rear Of The Year.

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Muggers rob pop star Rachel Stevens

Pop star Rachel Stevens was robbed of jewellery by three muggers who followed her home, it emerged today.

Strictly come merchandising

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'Strictly' stumbles again in rush for final's votes

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A knighthood at last for Brucie?

Tom Chambers wins 'Strictly' but the big question is left unanswered

A front-row seat for Mandelson as 'Strictly' finalists spin into action

Lord Mandelson of Foy will have a front-row seat at the final of the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing this evening. The Business Secretary, a dancing enthusiast, had said on the BBC's Breakfast programme that he watched stumbling contestant John Sergeant, a former political editor of the BBC, with a "degree of envy".

Hit & Run: Scandal on line one

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Strictly votes decision 'made on the spot'

Singer Rachel Stevens today refused to join criticism of Strictly Come Dancing bosses after a tie between two couples, including herself, caused chaos with the public votes.

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