Strictly Come Dancing semi-finalist MARK WRIGHT has revealed he will not be doing any fancy moves when he takes to the floor with his bride MICHELLE KEEGAN on their big day.
The TV presenter is due to marry the former Coronation Street beauty next year, and it had been rumoured his Strictly professional partner KAREN HAUER was helping choreograph a special first dance for their wedding.
But Mark revealed: “We won’t be doing a choreographed dance on our wedding day. We’ll just be swaying to the music and being with each other.”
Mark has his eye on the Strictly semi final at the moment, but he admitted the thing he is most looking forward to is making Michelle his wife.
SIR RIDLEY SCOTT has revealed that the Blade Runner sequel will be “relevant” to today’s times.
The Gladiator filmmaker, who has said he won’t be directing the sci-fi follow-up, has been working on the script with the original film’s co-screenwriter, Hampton Fancher. He will also take on producing duties.
“(Fans can expect) a very good, relevant evolution on the first one,” he said.
“I hadn’t planned that, but I worked quite a long time with Hampton Fancher, the original writer, to come out with what would be relevant, rather than just a sequel with a lot of action.
“And I think we’ve come up with a very relevant story. It’s really interesting,” the Exodus: Gods And Kings director added.
CHERYL FERNANDEZ-VERSINI has revealed she is thinking about quitting The X Factor at the end of this series.
The 31-year-old singer returned to the judging panel after a three-year break having made up with boss SIMON COWELL, who dropped her from the US version of the show.
But Cheryl has admitted she has not decided if she will be back next year.
She told the Metro: “When you are in it, it’s hard to even think about coming back. It’s very, very tasking. It takes a lot of your energy.
“I know for people at home, it’s Saturday night TV and it’s entertainment, but I get so emotionally involved. I am consumed by it.”