• Adam Rickitt joins cast of Hollyoaks

    Adam Rickitt, who found fame playing Nick Tilsley on Coronation Street, has joined Hollyoaks. The 38-year-old actor is set to play Nancy Osborne's ex-boyfriend Kyle, and will make his first onscreen appearance in April. His character will bump into Nancy at a support meeting for people living with MS and, as they reminisce, old feelings start to resurface, causing problems between Nancy and current boyfriend Darren. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Adam Rickitt has joined the cast of Hollyoaks as Nancy Osborne's ex-boyfriend Kyle Speaking about his new role, Adam said: "I am really happy to be joining Hollyoaks. I've had a lot

  • Gavin Rossdale admits ex Gwen Stefani still influences his songwriting

    Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani might have ended their marriage last year, but they remain connected through their music. The Voice star told This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that after 20 years together, and 14 years of marriage, his ex-wife still strongly influences his song writing. "I was with her for 20 years," the Bush frontman said. "So much in the same way I think for her material, I'm all over her material, and for me, she's all over mine. It's impossible to separate that." Gavin and Gwen, 47, are parents to three sons together –

  • Paul Hollywood breaks his silence on new Great British Bake-Off line-up

    Following the announcement of the new Great British Bake-Off line-up, original judge Paul Hollywood has shared his delight over the new signings. Appearing on Monday's Loose Women, the 51-year-old confessed he's looking forward to working with new judge Prue Leith. "I'm really excited to be honest," he said. "I'm really excited, I mean really excited. Obviously it's a big thing for the country, the Bake Off. When I heard the names read out, I was the same as everybody else, I was really excited." Great British Bake-Off: new hosts and judge announced Last week, Channel 4 confirmed food writer and novelist

  • Downton Abbey's Spratt confirms film script has been written

    Great news for Downton Abbey fans! It sounds like the hit period drama is being made into a movie. Jeremy Swift, who played butler Spratt on the show, confirmed that a film script has been written and sent out to cast members, but it has since mysteriously disappeared. During an appearance on Lorraine, the actor said: "There is a film script which we've all been sent but it disappeared in a Mission Impossible style from our emails. With a little puff." Guess which Downton star has landed a role in The Crown "It's supposed to be happening, filming, this year but