• Dan Osborne proudly introduces newborn baby Ella as she makes TV debut on TOWIE

    Dan Osborne's newborn daughter Ella made her TV debut on Sunday night's episode of TOWIE. The tiny two-week-old baby was seen on screen for the first time as her proud dad Dan showed her off to his friends on the hit reality show. Dan and his girlfriend, EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa, welcomed their little girl together on 15 February. Dan, 23, is also a father to a one-year-old son named Teddy. Dan Osborne proudly showed off two-week-old Ella on TOWIE He beamed with pride as he gently cradled Ella in his arms. "She looks exactly

  • Dame Maggie Smith hints at Downton Abbey departure

    Dame Maggie Smith has hinted that she will leave Downton Abbey after the show's sixth series. The actress, who has played a leading role in the period drama since it began in 2010, said she "can't keep going" on the ITV1 show. "They say this is the last one, and I can't see how it could go on," she told The Sunday Times. "I certainly can't keep going. To my knowledge, I must be 110 by now. We're into the late 1920s." The 80-year-old also said that she finds the filming schedule exhausting, adding: "Television really does you in."

  • Natalie Anderson on Emmerdale storyline: 'We knew there would be complaints'

    Natalie Anderson has defended her latest shocking storyline on Emmerdale, which received complaints from some viewers after it was broadcast. Recent episodes showed Natalie's character Alicia Metcalfe sexually assaulted by a minor. Speaking on This Morning, Natalie, who has been a regular cast member of the soap since 2010, gave her views on the reaction. "We knew that there would be [complaints], it's a very contentious, sensitive storyline," she said. "Emmerdale and our producer were quite prepared for the fact that this would be shocking." CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Natalie Anderson said there had been 'more praise

  • Idris Elba returns to film new episodes of Luther

    Idris Elba appeared thrilled to be back on the set of his BBC1 crime drama Luther on Sunday. The actor, who plays the lead character Detective Chief Inspector John Luther, is filming two new episodes of the show to be aired towards the end of the year. "First day back to set of John Luther….stand by East London", he wrote alongside a picture of himself sticking his thumb up for the camera. Towards the end of 2014 It was announced that the drama, which is about to be remade in America, would return with two special episodes in 2015.