• Robin Windsor pulls out of Strictly Come Dancing 2014

    Strictly Come Dancing favourite Robin Windsor has pulled out of this year's show with a back injury. The 34-year-old said he was "devastated" to be withdrawing from the hit BBC show with the pre-existing condition - Robin missed some of last year's series with a slipped disc, although it was after he and partner Deborah Meaden had been eliminated from the competition. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Robin Windsor, pictured with dance partner Kristina Rihanoff, has pulled out of Strictly "It's been a really difficult decision," said Robin, who is dating former X Factor finalist Marcus Collins. "But I plan to focus

  • James Corden 'lands Late Late Show role in America'

    James Corden has come a long way from one-time stints on programmes such as Hollyoaks and Little Britain. The 35-year-old actor has reportedly landed himself a job as a host on American TV. He will be replacing Scottish presenter Craig Ferguson who is the face of the CBS network's The Late Late Show, meaning James could soon be a personality known widely across households in the United States. CLICK ON IMAGES FOR GALLERY James Corden may have landed a job on US TV According to The Wrap, the Gavin & Stacey favourite will be taking over from 52-year-old Craig at the end of this

  • Made in Chelsea's new cast members revealed

    New images of the Made in Chelsea cast have been released ahead of the launch of the spin-off series Made in Chelsea in New York, featuring four new members. Jules Hamilton, Billie Carroll, Alik Alfus and Carson Eisenhart will join HELLO! Online blogger Lucy Watson and the rest of the well-heeled clan for the special series in the Big Apple. CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW FOR THE FULL GALLERY Left to right: New cast members Carson Eisenhart, Alik Alfus, Billie Carroll and Jules Hamilton Newcomer Billie, who runs fashion blog 25North, seems to have been immediately drawn into the drama, with a teaser trailer for the

  • The Great British Bake Off episode one: contestants get in a jam with swiss roll challenge

    BBC One showed the first episode of The Great British Bake Off series five on Wednesday evening, which saw 12 new hopefuls starting the culinary competition for the coveted Star Baker crown. The contestants walked into the bunting-covered marquee to be greeted by Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry with their first baking signature challenge – creating a perfect Swiss Roll. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Paul and Mary deliberated who would win the technical challenge With two-and-a-half hours to perfect their signature swirls, the sponge cake rolls varied from Diana’s tea roll filled with lemon curd, Luis' Spanish sponge with homemade honey whipped into the cream, and