Tina Turner sues tribute act singer for being too similar
Tina Turner, 81, is suing tribute act singer Dorothea 'Coco' Fletcher (pictured), who is aged in her 30s, for looking too much like her which her lawyers argue could be confusing to fans.The American singer, 81, is duking it out in court with Dorothea 'Coco' Fletcher, aged in her 30s, who performs in an unofficial tribute show called Simply The Best.
Tom is set to dance with professional partner Amy Dowden, 31, to the Les Mis hit, On My Own in this weekends show.
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Taking to Instagram on Saturday, the singer shared images as he made a hearty breakfast of french toast with his children as he prepared for the competition.
This comes as Tom has said his children have been learning some of his dance steps as he competes on the show.
He penned: 'My first attempt at making French toast while being serenaded by Buddy and Max on the piano (that piano actually belongs to my grandparents and is the first piano I ever played when I was their age!).
'Getting a solid breakfast in before SHOW DAY @BBCStrictly. It's going to be a big one tonight as it's Musicals Week. Let's go!'
The McFly star shares three sons - Buzz, seven, Buddy, five, and Max, three, with wife Giovanna, a former winner of ITV reality show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
He admits that they have been inspired to follow his lead after watching him take part in the live show every week.
Speaking with Hello! the musician said he hopes to lift the glitterball trophy at the end of the series to realise an ambition for his partner.
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He said: 'I get one chance to do this show and when it ends, I'll be back fulfilling my true passion, doing what I dreamt of as a kid: being in a band and writing books.
'But for Amy, Strictly is her dream. She's such an incredible dancer and teacher and I'd love to be the one who wins the Glitterball for her.'
Why Marvel Wanted Hawkeye To Include Ant-Man And The Avengers In Rogers: The Musical .
Hawkeye's songwriters for Rogers: The Musical shared why Ant-Man joined the Avengers to save the city on stage.Composer Marc Shaiman and lyricist Scott Wittman are longtime collaborators coming from backgrounds in Broadway, television, and film, and “Save The City” in Hawkeye proved that they brought their musical magic touch to the MCU. And luckily for Shaiman, he already had a background in Marvel, thanks to his husband as – to quote Shaiman – “a full Marvel nerd” who explained all the movies and the mythology behind them.