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Fans of the popular BBC drama Our Girl were delighted that it returned to our screens on Tuesday night, but many were quick to lament that Elvis, played by Luke Pasqualino, was no longer on the show. The character was tragically killed in the season three finale, and viewers took to Twitter to discuss his absence from the new series, with one writing: "Part of me cannot WAIT for Our Girl but the other part is still upset over Elvis," while another added: "I'm so conflicted about Our Girl. I want Elvis to come back but then I think
Fans have taken to social media to complain that the two immensely popular shows, BBC's Our Girl and ITV2's Love Island, both aired at the same time on Monday night. Our Girl follows Michelle Keegan as army medic Lance Corporal Georgie Lane, who is sent to Nigeria to set up a clinic for the locals, while Love Island is a reality show in which a group of singletons are partnered up in order to win £50,000. Speaking about the schedule clash, one fan tweeted: "Our Girl and Love Island on at same time tonight! 2018 getting more corrupt by the
Fans of Coronation Street will be shocked to find out that three characters; Eileen Grimshaw, Nicola Rubinstein and baby Zack, will be exiting the show following Pat Phelan's death. The triple exit will take place so that the family can have a fresh start in Bristol, and comes just a few days after Anna and Faye Windass also left Weatherfield to move to Durham. In the episode, Tim and Steve will throw a leaving party for Eileen, who tells Seb he can stay at her home until she finds a tenant to rent the place. Eileen and Nicola are leaving
Strictly Come Dancing star Craig Revel Horwood has confirmed he will return to the popular ballroom show later this year – and he will be joined by last year's judges Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Shirley Ballas, who will return to the panel as head judge. "Shirley is back with us, which will be great," Craig told Express.co.uk. "Bruno is back and being more Italian than ever. And of course the fabulous Darcey Bussell. I think it is a great team and it was really good last year, I can't wait to get back into it." Last year's judges are