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Ellen Pompeo has been forced to defend her pay rise after viewers accused her wages on Grey's Anatomy as the reason why two long-time cast members, Jessica Capshaw and Sarah Drew, are departing the show. Addressing Deadline, who were first to break the news, Ellen tweeted: "It's unfortunate that @DEADLINE chooses to try to pit women against each other on #InternationalWomensDay #shameonyounotme," adding:"I'm a big girl @DEADLINE can take shots at me if they want but to the fans please don't fall into that trap. This is above my pay grade." Ellen took to Twitter to dispute the reports Grey's Anatomy
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is coming back to our television screens, it has been announced. However, original host Chris Tarrant has been replaced by new presenter Jeremy Clarkson. ITV confirmed that the beloved game show will return for a week of celebratory episodes to mark its 20th anniversary. Sharing his delight over his new venture, Jeremy said: "I have always loved the show and am thrilled to be involved with its rebirth. I'm a big fan of quiz shows and I'm looking forward to hosting this iconic TV show and hopefully making a few millionaires!" Jeremy Clarkson is
Charlotte Ritchie has opened up about her character's heartbreaking death on Call the Midwife, and admitted that she "howled like a child" while saying goodbye to the role of Nurse Barbara, which she has played since 2015, in the popular BBC show. Chatting on Lorraine, the actress said: "I knew it was going to happen and I still howled like a child, which feels really weird. I have known for a long time and I was wishing I wouldn't cry, as I think there’s something weirdly narcissistic about crying about your own death." She continued: "But it was just