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Summary: Strictly Come Dancing have announced which celebrities will star in their Christmas special and it looks 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.
The mum of one, from Cyncoed, Cardiff, says: "I don't think I've ever photographed anyone who didn't want to be airbrushed - whether it's having stretch marks removed, being given bigger boobs, c-section scars erased, or getting sparklier eyes.
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