• Ed Sheeran pays for safe home for Liberian boys after moving Comic Relief trip

    Ed Sheeran has paid for a group of Liberian children to stay in a safe place following his recent trip to the country in aid of Comic Relief. Following Friday night's emotional plea during the televised show, the organisation has confirmed that the British singer has ensured the young boys are now safe. A spokesperson tweeted: "JD & his friends, who Ed Sheeran met, are now safe but many more children still live in danger. Help us help them." During Comic Relief, in a pre-recorded film, Ed was seen breaking down in tears as he told cameras it "really does

  • Great British Bake Off's Prue Leith given security guard after replacing Mary Berry

    New Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith has revealed she was given round-the-clock security after it was announced that she will be replacing TV favourite Mary Berry on the upcoming series of the popular baking show. The food writer explained how Channel 4 bosses pulled out all the stops to ensure her safety once the new line-up was finally confirmed. "On the day that they announced who the line-up was, they wanted to send a close protection officer," she told The Sun. Prue Leith has revealed she was given a security guard after her role on GBBO was confirmed READ:

  • Rio Ferdinand reveals late wife wouldn't recognise him now: 'She'd think I'm different'

    Rio Ferdinand has revealed his late wife Rebecca would be surprised to see the man he has become following her tragic death in 2015. During an appearance on Tuesday's This Morning, the retired footballer opened up about his new BBC documentary, Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad, as he discussed his struggle dealing with grief. When asked if his wife would be shocked to see him now, Rio replied: "Yeah I think so, she'll think that I'm a different man. My upbringing wasn't about talking [about things in the open] - my dad is very much the same." READ: Rio

  • Emma Bunton plays Beatrix Potter in new Drunk History

    The upcoming episode of Comedy Central's popular show Drunk History sees Emma Bunton portray Beatrix Potter and act of the story of how she was inspired to write the The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Since the stories in Drunk History are told by inebriated comedians, with Emma's narrated by Kerry Howard, the former Spice Girl's performance is simply hilarious. READ: Michelle Keegan looks unrecognisable as Mary Queen of Scots Emma plays Beatrix Potter in the show In one clip, Kerry narrates how Beatrix was first inspired to write the stories. "So she's in the garden and she spots a couple of rabbits