• Britain's Got Talent magician Marc Spelmann reflects on wife's cancer battle: 'We had days of pure hell'

    Britain's Got Talent magician Marc Spelmann has spoken in depth about the "pure hell" he and his wife Tessa went through after she was diagnosed with breast cancer during her pregnancy. Marc's incredible performance on Saturday's BGT prompted Ant and Dec to push their golden buzzer after hearing the inspirational story of how Tessa had managed to beat the disease and welcome a healthy baby daughter named Isabella – after years of failed IVF. Now Marc has revealed the full extent of his family's heartache in an interview with the Mirror, sharing that the couple had decided to give

  • Phillip Schofield lets slip some surprising Saturday Night Takeaway news

    Phillip Schofield has hinted that Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway will return to screens next year – sharing the news on the same day that co-host Ant McPartlin was due to appear in court following his arrest for drink driving. Phil let the news slip on Monday morning as he and fellow This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby showed viewers around the show's new set, which has moved from the ITV Southbank studios to the former BBC headquarters at White City. "I'm sure being here must bring back many memories for you," said Holly, referring to Phillip's previous experience

  • EastEnders spoilers: Max Branning makes surprise return after two month hiatus

    EastEnders viewers will be delighted to see Max Branning make a surprising return to Albert Square very soon. The troubled character, who is played by Jake Wood, hasn't been seen since his daughter Abi's funeral, which took place in January. But according to The Mirror, Max is set to cause more trouble as he goes head-to-head with Walford hardman Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden). Max is set to become the new owner of the car lot, which Jay Brown signed over to Weyland and Co last year – after the land was previously gifted to him by Phil. Jake has played

  • Is Emmerdale to lose major character as actor reveals future away from soap?

    Is Emmerdale about to lose one of its favourite characters in the not so distant future? On Monday's This Morning, actor Michael Parr, who plays Ross Barton in the ITV soap, chatted to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about his current acid attack storyline, but it didn’t take long before he opened up about his fondness for the States, admitting that he felt that "it's always calling me". As well as talking about his family's connections with America – which saw his grandad fight in in the Vietnam war and his mum being born there, he said that he