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Bruno looked typically slick in a black hounds tooth suit, paired with a crisp white shirt and grey scarf, in the chilly London climes.Meanwhile Matt kept things more casual in distressed skinny jeans and an acid wash T-shirt, layered beneath a sleek leather Aviation jacket, as he joined Bruno at the show.
And Bruno Tonioli and Matt Law spent even more time together on Sunday, as they enjoyed an evening at the gala night of Matthew Bourne's Cinderella in London.In an exclusive chat, Bruno, 62, said: “We beat X Factor because we’re better.“I don’t feel bad for Simon, no.“I didn’t watch X Factor this year. “I do Strictly and then I get on a plane to go to America the next day to do Dancing with the Stars.“You can only do what you can do.“And X Factor is not my show.”This year has seen Strictly’s ratings reach a new high while X Factor’s hit an all-time low.Bruno added: “Strictly is getting better every year.“So I wouldn’t change anything about it.“Why would you change something that works?A BBC spokesman told Mail Online: 'As was always the plan, Bruno Tonioli is not on the judging panel this weekend due to a very busy work schedule.' Time off: Bruno was no doubt relaxing at the dance show, after judging the big final of Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday (pictured with fellow judges Craig Revel-Horwood, Darcey Bussell and Shirley Ballas) With just 13 days left of 2017, you’d like to think you’ve seen it all when it comes to bizarre beauty trends.But, as it turns out there’s room for a few more as the countdown to Christmas firmly makes its way into homes and our make-up routines. Donald Trump is to remove climate change from the global threats listed in his National Security Strategy, due to be released on Monday.Are "Dancing with the Stars" professional bull rider Bonner Bolton and sexy partner Sharna Burgess saddling up off the set?
The reality show's season 24 premiere showed lots of flirtation and spicy innuendo involving the handsome rodeo star, 29, and the longtime "DWTS" pro, 31.
The new position is a reversal of the Obama administration’s decision to place climate change in the strategy, a decision which Mr Trump mocked on the campaign trail.
The last such strategy document, prepared in 2015, declared climate change an "urgent and growing threat to our national security".
Bruno Tonioli teased the dancer, "Sharna, you're in for the ride of a lifetime!
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The Strictly Come Dancing judge, 62, flashed a smile at cameras as he left the Sadler's Wells Theatre with the male model, 29 - before giving him a kiss goodnight as they parted ways.