Posted by Sandra on November 29 2016

Strictly Come Dancing is perhaps one of the most loved shows on British television. The variety of dazzling displays of ballroom routines and Latin-American numbers have certainly kept viewers hooked over the years.

But what were the best and most memorable performances from previous seasons? Take a look at our all-time favourites…

McFly storm on stage

When Harry Judd was crown the Strictly Come Dancing champion in 2011 alongside partner Aliona Vilani, veteran host Bruce Forsyth was left outraged when his McFly bandmates stormed onto the dancefloor. The show host proceeded to “shoo” them away – much to everyone’s surprise. He shouted: “Get off the stage! Get off the stage! Get off! Get off!”

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Posted by Sandra on November 17 2016

Last tuesday, 3/4 of McFly, Dougie is still in the USA, attended the European premiere of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them in London. Even that it was raining the boys managed to look as good as usual. Check all the pics on the gallery!

[x22]EVENTS AND APPEARANCES > 2016 > FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM EUROPEAN PREMIERE, LONDON – NOVEMBER 15

[x6]CANDIDS > 2016 > ARRIVING TO THE FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM AFTER PARTY, LONDON – NOVEMBER 15

 
 
Posted by Sandra on May 25 2016

Sadly McFly has postponed their tour to september as Harry has been diagnosed with an hernia. Read the full statement below. We wish Harry a good recovery and can’t wait to see them play in a few months!

Harry Judd has an acute disc herniation at C6/7 level and sadly cannot perform this June as he needs treatment and a period of rest.

Harry Judd adds: “I’m absolutely gutted that we’ve had to postpone the tour. I’ve honestly tried everything to make it work, but I’d never want to do a tour where I wouldn’t be able to give you guys the 110% performance you deserve every night. I’m going to do all the rehab possible to get myself ready to do the most epic shows we’ve ever put on!”

Tom Fletcher says: “Sorry we’ve had to move the tour. Completely Harry’s fault. All complaints to be sent to @mcflyharry. On a more positive note, it gives Danny more time to learn the words to our songs. See you all in September.”

All existing dates from June have been rescheduled for September. The new dates are as follows:

September 2016

Monday 12 – Manchester Academy
Tuesday 13 – Manchester Academy
Wednesday 14 – Manchester Academy

Friday 16 – Glasgow O₂ Academy
Saturday 17 – Glasgow O₂ Academy
Sunday 18 – Glasgow O₂ Academy

Wednesday 21 – Birmingham O₂ Academy
Thursday 22 – Birmingham O₂ Academy
Friday 23 – Birmingham O₂ Academy

Monday 26 – London O₂ Forum Kentish Town
Tuesday 27 – London O₂ Forum Kentish Town
Wednesday 28 – London O₂ Forum Kentish Town

All original tickets will be valid for the rescheduled corresponding shows – so if you’re attending Show 2 (tracks from ‘Wonderland’ and ‘Motion in the Ocean’) in Manchester your ticket is valid for Show 2 in Manchester for the rescheduled date. For any issues or enquires please contact your point of purchase.

Last month McFly announced a 2016 UK tour, playing up close and personal at historic rock venues across London, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester. The Anthology Tour is a unique concept; the band will play three nights in each city, with each concert featuring a different set list from a different McFly album, alongside some of the band’s biggest hits.

The first night in each city will feature songs from ‘Room on The Third Floor’, the second night songs from ‘Wonderland’ and ‘Motion In The Ocean’, whilst the third night will feature songs from ‘Radio:ACTIVE’ and ‘Above The Noise’.

These extra special shows, now scheduled for September, are a unique opportunity to see McFly perform almost all of their amazing back catalogue, from album tracks to bonafide smash hits, ensuring every fan will hear at least one of their favourite Mcfly songs.

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Posted by Sandra on March 21 2016

Harry travelled to France to attend a service for his great-great uncle who served during World War I

The drummer joined his relatives to remember Padre Alan Cecil Judd exactly 98 years after he died.

McFly’s Harry Judd paid a touching tribute to his great-great uncle at a service to remember him.

The drummer travelled to France to honour Military Cross-winning Padre Alan Cecil Judd exactly 98 years after he died in World War I.

He was joined by his relatives, including wife Izzy and their eight-week-old daughter Lola at the rededication ceremony at the Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery in the village of Villers-Plouich, near Arras.

Paying tribute to his great-great uncle the 30-year-old said: “We were all incredibly moved to hear about our relative and to be here today is quite something.

“The lesson that we can take is the kindness that he gave. To show kindness is something that really hit home for me. And the story itself on how (his discovery) came about is also incredible.

“A chaplain who wrote about chaplains from WWI, there was this unmarked grave and it was him who was responsible for taking it forward and finding out who Alan was.”

Speaking alongside his family after laying a wooden cross by Rev Judd’s headstone, he added: “I’m very proud to be able to bring my daughter here today, who is Alan’s great-great-great niece.

“She is eight weeks old today and it is 98 years since Alan died. We are all very proud and privileged to be here.”

It was little Lola’s first trip abroad.

Rev Judd, who was attached to the 2nd/5th Battalion, the Sherwood Foresters, was killed instantly aged 31 after being hit by a hand grenade as he went to the aid of a comrade on March 21 1918.

St Paul’s and Oxford-educated Rev Judd, who was one of nine children, was buried as an “unknown soldier” at the Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery.

His identity was sought for many years by a group of other padres who cycled around France’s military cemeteries.

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Posted by Sandra on March 19 2016

Yesterday Harry was part of the Sport Releif Clash of the Titans event in London and he took part on the cycling event even that it didn’t go so well for him and also on the wrestling one where he fighted Paddy McGuiness and surprisingly for everyone there.. WON!! we knew already that Harry was capable of that and more but in case you didn’t watch the event last night and want to suffer a bit seeing him fighting you can watch the video below.

 
 
Posted by Sandra on February 26 2016

For Harry Judd, the McFly drummer crowned Strictly Come Dancing king in 2011, it came as a surprise: Paddy McGuinness, host of hit dating show Take Me Out, wanted to wrestle him.

Despite his wife’s pleas — and Judd’s admission that he is “totally an underdog” — he accepted, and the duo will fight it out in Sport Relief’s Clash Of The Titans competition next month.

“Strangely, he personally requested to wrestle me,” said Judd, 30. “I don’t think I have any beef with him. I am pretty sure he thinks I will be an easy competitor.

“He challenged me to an arm wrestle once and he won easily so maybe it was that. Or maybe he saw me on Strictly and thought, ‘I could take Judd.’

“He is much taller and about three stone heavier and is pretty strong. I am totally an underdog, but I quite like that. And I am going to try to do everything I can to make it a good fight.

“I am quick on my feet from Strictly, I have a lower centre of gravity than Paddy and I’m not as easy to push around as I look.

“It will be a real David versus Goliath challenge. Hopefully I will survive. I have a picture of Paddy McGuinness on my fridge to keep me inspired and get me going. I am going to take him down.”

However, McGuinness, 42, joked that the wrestling match was hardly David and Goliath as Judd has “muscles on his muscles, lives in the gym and is 18 years younger than me”. He added: “What could possibly go wrong?”

In the competition — broadcast as part of the BBC’s Sport Relief coverage on March 18 — captains Sir Steve Redgrave and Freddie Flintoff will lead celebrity teams through challenges.

Team Flintoff will include Judd, East-Enders star Maddy Hill and newsreader Sophie Raworth. Team Redgrave boasts Will Young, McGuinness and TV historian Dan Snow.

As well as the wrestling, Judd, 30, is taking part in a cycling challenge at the Lee Valley Velodrome — and his wife Izzy, who gave birth to their first child last month, has been worrying.

He said: “They offered me the rhythmic gymnastics, which I would have agreed to. But then when the email came through about wrestling Paddy then I was really keen. It is more of a challenge.

“My wife wasn’t best pleased. She was like, ‘Do you have to do the wrestling and do you have to do the cycling?’ She worries it’s not safe.”

Asked about their new daughter, Lola Rose, he said: “Surprisingly our grasp of nursery rhymes is a little poor. We only seem to know Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. I’m going to have to up my game a little bit there.”

This is the fifth time the Standard’s Dispossessed Fund has joined forces with Sport Relief and Comic Relief.

So far, £4 million in donations has gone to 271 projects tackling social exclusion across the city. Londoners are also urged to sign up to the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Games, at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on March 20.

Clash Of The Titans tickets are at seetickets.com/go/sportrelief

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Posted by Sandra on February 22 2016

Harry and Izzy did a beautiful photoshoot and interview with Hello Magazine to introduce their daughter Lola to the world. You can read the interview and see the pictures below.

[x8]SCANS > MAGAZINES > 2016 > HELLO MAGAZINE – FEBRUARY 22

 
 
Posted by Sandra on January 27 2016

Harry and Izzy are now parents of a baby girl named Lola Rose Emma that was born two days ago in London as Harry announced on twitter. Congrats to Harry and Izzy, I’m sure they are going to be amazing parents! Read below some congratulations tweets to the couple.

 
 
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