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Coronation Street's Richard Hillman will go down in soap history as one of the show's all-time most-hated characters. The notorious serial killer, played by Brian Capron, saw his reign of terror in Weatherfield come to a dramatic end in 2003 when he died driving on-screen wife Gail into a canal. But now he is set to make a comeback. Richard will start tormenting Gail from beyond the grave in an upcoming storyline, after she visits a clairvoyant named Rosemary, played by Harry Potter actress Sophie Thompson. Gail is persuaded to go to the reading by Audrey Roberts (Sue Nicholls), who
Jack P. Shepherd has moved in with one of his Coronation Street co-stars, following his split from fiancée Lauren Shippey. The 30-year-old – best known for playing David Platt in the hit ITV soap – split from Lauren, his partner of 15 years and mother of his two children, in October 2017. He is now living in a new pad with Colson Smith, who stars as Craig Tinker on Corrie, and fellow actor Freddie Bolt. This week, the new housemates took to Instagram to share a series of photos, with Jack posting a photo of the three friends inside
Paul Bettany is reportedly in talks to replace Matt Smith as Prince Philip in the popular Netflix series, The Crown. The actor, who is best known for his roles in A Beautiful Mind, Wimbledon and Avengers: Age of Ultron, is thought to be joining Claire Foy's replacement, Olivia Coleman, for seasons three and four. HELLO! has reached out to Paul's representatives for confirmation. According to the Mail Online, Paul's agents have met with the show's executive producers to discuss scheduling. READ: The Crown star Matt Smith admits he feels 'sorry' for newly-engaged Meghan Markle Paul is reportedly in talks to play
Alison Hammond came to the rescue after stepping in for Eamonn Holmes last minute on Friday's This Morning. The popular TV presenter was forced to stay at home after falling ill with no voice, leaving wife Ruth Langsford with a new co-host for the morning. When Ruth opened the show, she told viewers that her family had been "dropping like flies" this week. She said: "Good morning, welcome to Friday's This Morning." She then explained her husband's absence from the sofa: "Well, they're dropping like flies in my house. I’ve had Jack off this week with the lurgy and