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baller

(ˈbɔːlə)
n
1. (Ball Games, other than specified) slang a ball-game player, esp in basketball
2. slang someone, usually a man, who lives in an extravagant and materialistic manner, tending to be something of a socialite
3. informal an instrument used to make balls of something: a melon baller.
4. carpentry a tool used to shape the end of a dowel
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Cole has famously sparred with Strictly judges over the years, and clashed with new head judge Shirley Ballas in the last series.
Cole has famously sparred with Strictly judges over the years and clashed with new head judge Shirley Ballas in the last series.
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Ballas, 57, who replaced Len Goodman on the hit BBC1 show, said the "bullying" went on for so many years that she wonders how "I'm still standing".
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But even though Derek won't be joined by his sister in the hit ABC reality TV competition this season, he will be reunited with his best friend, Mark Ballas.
Shirley Ballas will make her debut on the Strictly panel this weekend, taking over from former show veteran Len Goodman.