• Holly Willoughby gets the giggles after cheeky run-in with Teletubbies character

    Holly Willoughby got more than she bargained for when she appeared on Monday night's live episode of The One Show. The TV star had joined hosts Matt Baker and Michelle Ackerley to promote her sports panel show, Play To The Whistle. But she found herself sharing the spotlight with a famous children's TV character, Teletubbies' Noo Noo, who shocked Holly and viewers alike when it gave her a cheeky pat on the derriere. As the credits began to roll at the end of the show, Holly's face could been seen switching for a smile to sheer surprise as Noo

  • Jimmy Kimmel reacts to Oscars gaffe: 'Clyde threw Bonnie under the bus'

    It's perhaps one of the biggest blunders in showbiz history. And on Monday night, Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel took to his show to give his take on what happened when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly presented La La Land with this year's Best Picture before the actual winner, Moonlight, was handed the accolade. "What Warren did is he was confused so he handed it to Faye and let her read the winner," he explained. "In other words, Clyde threw Bonnie under the bus. It was a slick move." The duo, famed for playing the titular roles in hit crime

  • Ainsley Harriott causes stir on Lorraine as he celebrates 60th birthday

    Ainsley Harriott celebrated his 60th birthday live on Lorraine on Tuesday, and stunned viewers with his youthful appearance. The TV chef was treated to a chocolate birthday cake and some messages from famous friends, including Gino D'Acampo and Phil Vickery, while on the show. But it was his age-defying looks that really got fans talking on Twitter. "Happy birthday Ainsley Harriott : ) The big 6 0 haha u don’t look a day over 20 xx," one wrote. Another added: "Ainsley Harriott is 60. He doesn't seem to age to me. Happy birthday Ainsley." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Ainsley Harriott was

  • Oscars second blunder: still-alive producer mistaken as dead in In Memoriam

    In addition to the Best Picture gaffe, the Oscars saw an even worse blunder when a living Australian producer was mistaken as dead in the In Memoriam segment. Jan Chapman was horrified to see her photo appear in the tributes section of the night, alongside the name of costume designer Janet Patterson. Janet was a fellow Australian and four-time Oscar nominee who passed away in October 2016. Stars we've lost in 2017 She was honoured in the In Memoriam segment with the correct name and occupation, but the photo used was of Jan, who is still "alive and well". In a

  • Carrie Fisher to be remembered in Catastrophe, says writer Sharon Horgan

    Carrie Fisher fans will be delighted to see the late Hollywood star return in the third series of Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe, which starts on Tuesday. Although viewers will have to wait till the sixth and final episode to see Carrie's final appearance, the show's stars Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney - who are also the creators - have opened up about what it was like to work with the iconic actress, who died at the age of 60 on December 27, four days after suffering a cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles. WATCH: Carrie Fisher's

  • Holly Willoughby left blushing as This Morning guest Nigel Havers tries to woo her

    Holly Willoughby was left blushing on Tuesday's edition of This Morning. The chat show host was surprised when British actor Nigel Havers swapped seats with her as he tried to chat her up during their live segment. "I saw you last night being interviewed," he teased. "Must be so different to be interviewed, why don't we swap for a minute." Slightly taken aback, Holly replied: "Are you going to interview me? Oh gosh, what are you going to ask me? This feels really weird." Smiling cheekily, Nigel asked: "How's it going? What are you doing for the rest of the