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Much-loved acting couple Ben Stiller and his wife Christine Taylor have announced their decision to separate, following 17 years of marriage. The A-listers told Entertainment Tonight: “With tremendous love and respect for each other, and the 18 years we spent together as a couple, we have made the decision to separate. Our priority will continue to be raising our children as devoted parents and the closest of friends. We kindly ask that the media respect our privacy at this time.” Ben Stiller with Christine Taylor and their children Comic actor Ben, 51, married Christine, 45, in a romantic beachfront ceremony in
Britain’s Got Talent viewers watched in wonder back in 2010 as Tina Humphreys performed her amazing dancing dog act with her pet Chandi. Simon Cowell adored the cute border collie and the whole country was mesmerised by the double-act’s clever routine. Sadly though, Tina passed away on 12 May aged 45, after suffering from metastasised melanoma, a particularly aggressive type of cancer. She had battled the illness for over a year. Tina Humphrey with her dancing dog Chandi Tributes poured in for the star on her Facebook page as her husband Steve conveyed the sad news. One fan wrote: “I’m so
Happy Birthday Jamie Oliver! The TV chef turned 42 on Saturday and his wife Jools couldn’t resist sharing a brooding throwback photo of a young Jamie to her Instagram page. The picture shows the star in his early days as a chef. In the snap, Jamie is seen leaning against a wall with the writing ‘Naked Chef’ on and an arrow pointing to himself. The star looks cool in a hoodie and denim jacket with his trademark floppy hair. Beside the photo, Jools wrote: “Happy birthday gorgeous dude,” with a heart emoji. Happy birthday gorgeous dude ❤️ A post shared by
Take That have paid an emotional tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack that killed 22 people and left 59 injured at Ariana Grande’s concert last Monday. The pop group had been due to perform in Liverpool on Tuesday last week and then in Manchester on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but they decided to cancel the concerts out of respect for the victims. The Liverpool show went ahead on Friday at the city’s Echo Arena, with the three-piece band dedicating the evening to the people of Manchester and donating the proceeds to help the attack victims. Take That
Rock stars and A-list actors gathered together on Friday at a private funeral to remember Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell, who died earlier this month age 52. The ceremony at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery was attended by the singer’s band mates and family as well as a host of famous faces from the music and acting industries, while fans gathered outside the cemetery to pay their respects to their idol. Chris was found dead in his hotel room on 17 May after performing a concert the night before. The rock star had tragically taken his own life, after battling
Former President Barack Obama met with Prince Harry at Kensington Palace on Saturday to discuss the recent terrorist attack in Manchester. During the visit, the 44th president of the United States offered his sincerest condolences to the victims and support to those still recovering. In addition, the powerful men talked about a variety of other vital subjects, including: their respective foundations, support of veterans, conservation, empowering young people and mental health, a cause that Harry has been fiercely promoting alongside his brother Prince William and sister-in-law Kate Middleton. Prince Harry and Barack Obama meet at Kensington Palace Photo: Twitter/@KensingtonRoyal Kensington Palace released a