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Declan Donnelly's solo act on Saturday Night Takeaway was a huge hit with viewers, as Saturday's show brought in an average of 7.7 million viewers and peaked at 8.6 million people, bringing in 42 percent of the overall TV viewers, which was a record for the already popular show. Previously, the show's most popular episode brought in 37 percent of total viewing audiences. Fans of the show praised Dec for flying solo on the show after his best friend and co-presenter, Anthony McPartlin, was arrested on drink-driving charges after a car collision in March. Ant was praised for his performance Dec,
Gary Barlow has shared a rare video of his daughter, nine-year-old Daisy, playing the piano. Dressed in an oversized pink jumper and leopard-print leggings, little Daisy made her dad proud as she performed the Star Wars theme song on their white piano, and the Take That band member captioned the sweet clip: "We bring up our children not knowing what they’ll become. Then the day arrives when they make you the proudest parents in the world. Just aged nine and she’s already on her way to true greatness #taste #daisy #proud." The dad-of-three is a well-known fan of Star
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge broke royal protocol over Easter, all thanks to roadworks! The royal couple were late to arrive at the Easter church service at St George's chapel in Windsor on Sunday, and broke protocol by arriving after the Queen. According to HELLO!'s royal correspondent, Emily Nash, the royal family typically arrive at events in order of rank, with the most senior arriving last. This means that her Majesty would usually be the last to arrive at an event. However, unfortunately the couple were stuck in traffic thanks to roadworks on the M4. The pair had
Declan Donnelly reportedly teared up while thanking the audience of Saturday Night Takeaway after the cameras stopped rolling. The presenter, who was forced to host the show by himself after his co-star, Anthony McPartlin, was arrested on drink driving charges, reportedly told the crowd it had been the "weirdest, weirdest show". According to Metro, he said: "I wanted to say a huge, huge thank you to lots of people here. Most of all I just wanted to thank you guys. That reception when I came down the stairs... I wasn’t sure what was going to happen. I wasn’t sure
Fans have praised BBC's Ordeal of Innocence after the show was reshot and used split screen technology to replace one of the lead actors, Ed Westwick, after he was accused of sexual harassment in 2017. The show was originally meant to air on Boxing Day before the network made the decision to pull the drama from the schedule following the accusations and replace Ed with another actor. Viewers took to Twitter to praise the show after the first episode aired on the BBC on Sunday night. The show was reshot for Easter One person wrote: "And this is why I love
Will Young has opened up about his struggle with depression, admitting that he quit Strictly Come Dancing in 2016 as he was worried he would do himself "real damage". Speaking to Event magazine, the singer said: "Mental illness is mental illness. I was unwell. In the weeks leading up to Strictly, all I could think about was how could I get out of doing the show. I knew I didn’t have the strength, that I wasn’t in the right place and that I would do myself real damage. I actually looked into the easiest way to break my legs
According to reports, Nicole Scherzinger won't be returning to the X Factor this year due to a planned overhaul of the popular show. Her fellow judges, Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne, may also be leaving. According to the Sun, show producers are considering cancelling Louis and Sharon's contracts for the next series, while pop stars including Craig David and Louis Tomlinson are among names to replace the trio. A source told the newspaper: "There are no plans for Nicole to return to The X Factor this year. Other announcements about the judging line-up will be made in due course.
Pop princess Demi Lovato debuted a gorgeous new bob haircut over the weekend – but it may have been an April fools. The pop princess unveiled her dramatic new look on her Instagram stories, posting a video of her with her raven black locks chopped into a dramatic asymmetric bob style. She's seen playing with the ends and turning her head from side to side, trying out selfie angles. Her hairdresser Cesar DeLeon Ramirez also posted a boomerang video to his own account, along with the caption "New Hair New D...". The 25-year-old teamed the look with a dramatic
Victoria Beckham has shared a sweet clip of a card made by Harper. The front of the card shows a drawing of a flamingo, and Harper has written 'Mummy'. In the video, Victoria opened the card to reveal the sweet message from Harper, which read: "Dear superhero mum. You are so pretty and very funny. Like you always. Love [your] best girl Harper." The youngster had also drawn a picture of herself and her mum at the bottom of the card. Victoria's fans were quick to praise the adorable post, with one writing: "Bless her, that’s beautiful," while another
Winnie Mandela, iconic anti-apartheid campaigner and known as 'the Mother of the Nation' in South Africa, has passed away at the age of 81. The former wife of Nelson Mandela passed away on Monday after a long illness, and her family released a statement confirming the sad news, which read: "It is with profound sadness that we inform the public that Mrs Winnie Madikizela-Mandela passed away at the Nectar MiIlpark Hospital, Johannesburg, South Africa on Monday 2nd of April 2018. She died after a long illness, for which she had been in and out of hospital since the start of