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Although they never shared any scenes together in the popular 2003 rom-com Love Actually, Juliet (Keira Knightley) and Sam (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) both had huge parts in the film. Juliet's storyline follows her happy marriage to Peter, only to discover his best friend is deeply in love with her, while Sam has to deal with falling in love with a girl from school, and learns the drums in order to impress her. But the mind-blowing thing about the pair is that Keira was born in 1985 and Thomas in 1990, meaning that there was only a five-year age gap between
She bowed out of Coronation Street on Boxing Day in 2004, but it seems Suranne Jones could be making a return to the popular ITV soap. The 39-year-old, who has since gone on to win awards for her portrayal in Doctor Foster, revealed that she has considered making a comeback - but on one condition. "If it was for a good cause and we were going to raise a lot of money, I'd definitely consider it for Comic Relief," she told The Sun. Suranne Jones played Karen McDonald for four years Although she doesn't watch the show anymore, Suranne confessed that
Kylie Minogue is making a sensational return to The Voice UK - but only as a mentor alongside Sir Tom Jones. The 49-year-old, who was a coach on The Voice UK with Sir Tom on the 2014 series, will reunite with the Welsh crooner to give advice ahead of the crucial Knockouts performances next month. The two superstars shared their knowledge during piano rehearsals when each act performed for them. Kylie Minogue will be making a comeback on The Voice UK Sharing her delight over her comeback, Kylie said in a statement: "It's so great to be back amongst The Voice
John Middleton gave the performance of a lifetime as he portrayed dementia sufferer Ashley Thomas in Emmerdale. The talented actor, who left the show in 2017, has now spoken out about his exit, revealing that the choice wasn’t his alone. Talking on Tuesday's Good Morning Britain, he said: "Kate Oates was the producer at the time – she's now the producer of Coronation Street – and she pitched the [dementia storyline] to me. She said: 'You will probably want to go away and think about this, because if you do [agree to it], you will have to leave in about