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Malcolm Hebden, who plays fan favourite Norris Cole in Coronation Street, is reportedly taking an extended break from the show. The 78-year-old, who has been part of the ITV soap's main cast for over two decades, hasn't confirmed when he will return to the show. HELLO! reached out to ITV who confirmed that Malcolm is not currently filming, but declined to comment further. Fans have been supportive of Malcolm's break, with one tweeting: "Enjoy your break & take it easy if you're not feeling up to it," while another added: "Oh bless Malcolm. I for one ADORE Norris and cannot believe he's
After the wrong winner was announced at the Academy Awards in 2017, strict new rules have been put in place to ensure that the mix-up won't happen again. The company who organised the envelopes, PwC, have introduced several new safeguards after PwC partner Brian Cullinan accidentally gave Best Picture presenters, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, the wrong card, leading them to announce the winner as La La Land instead of Moonlight. At this year's ceremony, the company's chairman, Tim Ryan, has said he will be personally involved in making sure the evening goes smoothly. The wrong winner was announced in
The nominees for the most prestigious award in Hollywood have been announced! The 2018 Oscar-nominees were revealed by Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis alongside the Academy's president, John Baily, with each category presented by a different actress, including Gal Gadot, Priyanka Chopra, Rebel Wilson and Zoe Saldana.The Shape of Water received the most nominations with an impressive 13 nods in categories including Best Director, Best Picture, Best Actress in a Leading Role and Best Production Design. Other highly-nominated films included Dunkirk with eight nominations, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri with seven, Darkest Hour with six, Phantom Thread with six
Congratulations to Ant and Dec, who have done it again! The popular double act have won Best Presenter at the National Television Awards, winning the accolade for the 17th time in a row. The pair took to the stage in triumph as their fellow stars and attendees whooped and cheered from their seats at the O2 Arena in London. Ant, who spent a few months in rehab last year following a painkiller addiction, thanked fans for their support. He said: “Thank you very much, I’m shaking. It’s been a very emotional night tonight. It’s been quite a tough 12 months
It's television's biggest night of the year! And Dermot O'Leary returned to present the National Television Awards, which was held at London's O2 on Tuesday evening. Several famous faces came together to celebrate television's best-loved shows and actors from the past 12 months. This year The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, The Voice and Britain's Got Talent all battled it out to be named Best Talent Show, while David Walliams, Simon Cowell, Paul Hollywood and will.i.am all fought for the best TV judge gong. It was also a huge night for Ant and Dec, who once again won the
Eamonn Holmes has confirmed that he will sadly be missing the National Television Awards on Tuesday night due to illness. The This Morning presenter made the relevation on Twitter, in which he also paid tribute to the former editor-in-chief of Best Magazine, Jackie Hatton, who sadly passed away. He wrote: "The thing I despise my bout of sickness for is not missing work or The National Television Awards tonight, but missing The Funeral of Jackie Hatton… Can't believe she is gone. Such sadness for her husband, sons, family & friends. RIP." Eamonn has been feeling under the weather READ: This Morning viewers