• Find out the sweet reason why Ed Sheeran is appearing in Game of Thrones

    Ed Sheeran has confirmed that he will be appearing in the seventh season of Game of Thrones as a surprise for Maisie Williams, who has been a huge fan of the singer for years. According to the show's creators, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, they had been trying to get Ed involved for years as a surprise for the actress, who plays the fan favourite Arya Stark in the HBO series. Ed seemed to reveal that he had accepted a guest role by sharing an article about the exciting news, writing: "Guess the cats out the bag…" READ: Fans react

  • Spencer Matthews beats Louis Smith as he wins The Jump 2017

    Spencer Matthews has won The Jump 2017. The former Made In Chelsea star beat professional athlete Louis Smith to be crowned winner of the Channel 4 reality show during a special live episode on Sunday night. Following the victory, the 27-year-old took to his Twitter page to thank fans for their support over the past few weeks. "To all those who supported me in #TheJump thank you from the bottom of my heart.. Love to all my fellow competitors too," he tweeted. "Would never have jumped as far if it wasn't for my fellow competitor's class and skill, @louissmith1989

  • Cheryl praises Gareth Gates for hilarious impersonation in Girls Aloud tribute act

    Cheryl was left amused after watching Gareth Gates' hilarious impression of her as he took part in a special Girls Aloud tribute act on Saturday night. Teaming up with Blue singer Duncan James, Ritchie Neville from 5ive, S Club 7's Jon Lee and Ben Ofoedu from Phats & Small, the former Pop Idol star nailed his performance as Cheryl with aplomb. The male stars dazzled viewers as Boys Allowed whilst singing Biology on BBC1 show Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief. Following the lively routine, Cheryl gave Gareth her nod of approval. "Brilliant," she simply wrote alongside a

  • Call the Midwife finale leaves viewers in tears

    Fans have praised the finale of Call the Midwife, with many taking to Twitter to reveal that they broke down in tears during its screening. The emotional episode saw a wedding, a death and a long-awaited reunion take place. Nurse Barbara and Reverend Tom decided to tie the knot in a last-minute ceremony conducted by Barbara's father, who was leaving on a missionary trip. Meanwhile, a mother-of-three tragically died from a blood clot after taking the contraceptive pill at the new family planning clinic. READ: Jack Ashton on his 'confusing' real-life romance with Call the Midwife co-star Helen George Viewers were

  • Paul Burrell discusses sexuality and his friendship with Princess Diana on This Morning

    Paul Burrell has given his first TV interview since revealing he is gay. The former royal butler appeared on This Morning on Monday to talk to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about his sexuality, and his upcoming wedding to Graham Cooper. He began by admitting that he wasn’t ready for the story to break. "I feel like I've been run over by a bus," he said. "I never expected this story to come out quite so quickly, so soon. My partner was doorstepped by a red top and said 'We've got this story, we're going to print it,

  • Coronation Street's Derek Griffiths leaves after just one year

    Coronation Street actor Derek Griffiths has decided to leave the ITV soap after just one year. The actor, known to Corrie fans as mechanic Freddie Smith, is set to appear in an upcoming stage production of Driving Miss Daisy, according to the Sun. A source said: "Derek has been a great asset to the soap but bosses decided not to renew his 12 month contract. He's looking to the future and can't wait to get stuck in with the play." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Derek Griffiths played mechanic Freddie Smith in Coronation Street STORY: Coronation Street's Ben Price reveals why he's quitting