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“We have also lost people to Amazon and some other big players.” Some stars have already spoken out about the awkwardness of having their salaries made public.

Speaking ahead of the annual report's publication, Andrew Marr pointed out that high-paid stars with other TV outlets did not have to reveal their salaries, and said: “It’s uncomfortable for all of us.

Chic: The Strictly Come Dancing presenter, 45, candidly discussed her beauty regimen as she admitted her effortless look comes from her ban on mirrors in the home she shares with husband Kris Thykier and their three kids She said: 'My fringe isn't insured but I'm keen. I have one where we brush our teeth but downstairs there are none so you've no idea what you look like when you leave the house which might explain why I look like what I look like.'Earlier this year, Claudia spoke again about her fringe as he told The Sun: 'I have a huge fringe and I wear enough eyeliner to kill a clown.

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The Strictly Come Dancing presenter, 45, candidly discussed her beauty regimen as she admitted her effortless look comes from her ban on mirrors in the home she shares with husband Kris Thykier and their three kids. Claudia Winkleman is all too aware of her funky looks as she admitted in a new interview with Now magazine that she draws inspiration from 69-year-old rock god Steve Tyler in her look - which she claims looks as though she's 'slept in a skip'Claudia has long been known for her trendy looks, complete with her lustrous raven locks and now-trademark heavy fringe and lavishly-applied eyeliner.

At a press conference, reporters asked the BBC’s director-general Tony Hall, who is paid £450,000-£499,999, whether he felt “shame” about the gender pay gap and in particular Ms Montague’s failure to make the £150,000 pay bracket.

He was also asked whether he feared the salaries list would become a “lawyers’ charter”, with female stars complaining they had been the victims of discrimination.

The exclusion of talent paid through independent production companies appears to explain why stars including David Attenborough, judge Mary Berry do not appear on the BBC’s salary list.

It is also thought to mean that Graham Norton’s placing in the £850,000-£899,999 salary band does not include any payments made to him by his independent production company.

As the two presenters made their way down the Strictly staircase, the commentator said: "It's our very own Lady and the Tramp.

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