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Strictly Come Dancing have announced which celebrities will star in their Christmas special and they look set to be sparklier than the tinsel on your tree.
There'll also be all-new, sparkly sets, even sparklier costumes and the warmth and wit which comes as standard with the ever-young 65-year-old.
Some of the sparklier works shown off the racks or via photos are Katharine Cornell's Valentina gowns; the Norman Norell--designed gold lame dinner attire Gertrude Lawrence wore in Susan and God (1937); the Sally Milgrim--labeled flapper-era evening wear touted by Nanette's chorus of friends in the original No, No, Nanette (1925); Isaac Mizrahi's Euridice costume in Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice (2007); and Christian Lacroix's gown for Renee Fleming in the final scene of the 2008 production of Massenet's Thai's.
My eyes look sparklier, and although my complexion is generally brighter I have two huge spots on my chin - probably the water washing out all the impurities - and my stomach is rather bloated, which I attribute to all the water.
Cardiff Habitat store manager Louise Hannon said: ``When it comes to decorating your table at Christmas basically anything goes - but the sparklier it is the better!
It argues that while cyberspace is new and sparkling with opportunity, it is not that new and that much sparklier than other technologies were on the eve of their creation."
Girls like computer games, but they'd probably prefer makeup, and the sparklier and glossier the better.