Nicola Adams

Get ready for a playlist featuring Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande and... Doctor Doolittle.
Finally some good news in 2020 as Strictly Come Dancing returned to our screens! HuffPost UK's Ash Percival talks you through the highlights of this week and what to expect from the show.
"I was always getting into trouble with my dad," the Olympic boxer recalled. "Sometimes, I felt I was getting hit for no reason."
The Olympic boxer is set to make TV history during the new series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Radio 1's Clara Amfo, former home secretary Jacqui Smith and comedian Bill Bailey are all looking very glam.
The head judge even pointed out that she'd been partnered with a woman when she was first learning to dance.
The chat show star thinks same-sex pairings will “muddy the waters for the judges”.
Nicola Adams will make TV history as one half of Strictly's first all-female duo when the show returns this Autumn.
Of course, we wish Nicola Adams' same sex pairing wasn’t news, but – at least for now – it needs to be, writes Michael Chakraverty.
Clara Amfo, Nicola Adams, Jamie Laing, Bill Bailey and Jacqui Smith are among the stars who'll be taking to the floor this year.
The Olympic gold medallist thanked the BBC for helping her "break boundaries in the entertainment industry.”
The presenter is the fourth celeb to be confirmed for this year’s series of the BBC dance show.
Love Island's Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling and Radio 2's Zoe Ball are among those joining the Channel 4 show.
Get ready to feel empowered with a host of inspiring interviews as the podcast returns for its second series, with exclusive chats with actress and presenter Emily Atack and  double-Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams.
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Robert Webb has been forced to leave Strictly on medical grounds.
The awards were handed out at the ceremony in London on Friday night.
Nicola Adams shares the story of her incredible journey to Olympic glory and how she changed both the public’s perception of the sport, and the opinion of promoter Frank Warren, an outspoken critic of women’s boxing.
Sharing with others what you're going through is a great way of overcoming and dealing with it. The impact of 'You Look Disgusting" meant that a lot of the online abuse actually ended due to the film. And I was completely blown away by the support - I had no idea that I would ever reach over 26 million views - and touched that so many women related to what I was saying.