• Celebrities react to the Broadchurch season finale

    After three seasons, the award-winning ITV drama Broadchurch is finally over. Following the revelation that it was actually Michael, Clive Lucas's son, who attacked Trish after being coerced by Leo, viewers and celebrities alike have taken to social media to discuss the final episode of the show. Caroline Flack led the discussions, jokily tweeting: "Caroline Flack But surely we all knew that because he's the only one THAT HASNT BEEN A SUSPECT #broadchurch." READ: Broadchurch viewers shocked by David Tennant's tea making skills! Trish's attacker was revealed Phillip Schofield added: "#Broadchurch well I'm sad it's over, but I'm left satisfied that it's tied

  • EastEnders favourite Dean Gaffney to return to Albert Square

    EastEnders star Dean Gaffney will be making a huge return to Albert Square as hapless Robbie Jackson in the coming weeks, it has been confirmed. The 39-year-old, who starred in the popular BBC One soap from 1993 until 2003, has shared his excitement over reprising his legendary role. In a statement, the actor said: "I'm really happy to be back. I'm so lucky to be given the chance to work again with such a talented group of people. A big thank you to Sean and the team. I think it's going to be a lot of fun." EastEnders star Dean

  • EastEnders: First look at Lisa Faulkner as new businesswoman Fi Browning

    With only weeks to go before EastEnders fans will see Lisa Faulkner cause a storm on the square, show bosses have unveiled the first pictures of the highly-anticipated arrival. It was announced last month that the 45-year-old, who won Celebrity MasterChef in 2010, will take on the role of "stylish, sophisticated" businesswoman Fi Browning. Lisa recently told HELLO! about the moment she found out she landed the dream gig. "I literally got a phone call from my agent saying that the producers would really love to meet me to come in and talk about something," she revealed. Lisa Faulkner is set

  • Peter Andre reveals some very exciting news!

    Peter Andre has revealed he has landed a major Hollywood role. Taking to his Twitter page on Tuesday to share the exciting news, the 44-year-old shared a picture of the script for the upcoming movie, called The Undoing. The TV star confessed he is lucky to score the new gig - especially since it has taken him 44 years to bag his first venture in the acting world. He told his followers: "Finally I've received (after months of talks) my first ever film script. Start filming in LA next year, and…it's a damn big part…. wahoo.!"   Finally. I've received (after

  • EastEnders fans go into meltdown as Lee Ryan makes his debut on the square

    Blue's Lee Ryan finally made his much-anticipated appearance in EastEnders on Tuesday night, sending Twitter into a meltdown. The singer's character, ‘Woody’ Woodward, arrived in Albert Square as the new bar manager of the Queen Vic. His turbulent first appearance was in typical EastEnders fashion, seeing him arrive on a motorbike, before quickly making himself at home behind the bar while the Carter family attended Sylvie’s funeral. Having been sent by Linda to help take care of the running of the pub while both her and Mick are away, he was greeted with a less-than-warm welcome by the rest