• Jodie Kidd favourite to replace Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson

    Jodie Kidd is the current favourite to replace Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson should the BBC decide to let him go. Car enthusiast Jodie is the 3-1 favourite to take over the role, according to bookmakers Coral, ahead of Steve Coogan, at 4-1. Self-confessed 'petrol-head' Chris Evans – who previously ruled himself out of the running – comes in at 5-1, followed by Dermot O'Leary with odds of 10-1, and Stephen Fry at 14-1. Other names thrown into the mix include Piers Morgan (20-1), Rowan Atkinson (50-1) and Simon Cowell (66-1). CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Jodie

  • Jeremy Clarkson dropped from Top Gear presenting role

    Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear contract will not be renewed. Lord Hall, the Director General of the BBC, said he had "not taken this decision lightly" and recognised it would "divide opinion". But, he added: "a line had been crossed" and he "cannot condone what has happened on this occasion". Lord Hall announced his decision on Wednesday afternoon after considering the findings of an internal investigation which concluded that Jeremy had verbally and physically assaulted a producer on the programme. Jeremy Clarkson has been dropped as the host of Top Gear Jeremy was suspended from Top

  • Piers Morgan to guest present Good Morning Britain

    Piers Morgan will act as a guest host on Good Morning Britain next month. The TV presenter confirmed that he would be appearing on the show for a week starting from Monday 13 April. Piers, who will temporarily replace Ben Shephard while Ben is on leave, will join Susanna Reid on the popular breakfast-time programme. Confirming his news in an ITV statement, Piers wrote: "I'm very excited to be joining Susanna and the GMB team for a week." CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Piers Morgan will guest present on Good Morning Britain for a week from Monday

  • Julia Roberts and Pretty Woman cast reveal on set secrets at 25-year reunion

    Fans of the 1990 classic Pretty Woman were given a welcome treat on Tuesday, as the cast of the hit romantic comedy, including the film's stars Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, reunited on the TODAY show. Host Matt Lauer chatted with the excited bunch, who revealed that they hadn't seen each other in over two decades. "It feels like 45 years," Richard joked. "But like I said, that was two marriages ago for me." CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY As well as the reunion being a catch-up for the stars, they also revealed secrets from