• Paddy McGuinness breaks down talking about his autistic children

    Paddy McGuinness grew visibly emotional while talking about bringing up two children with autism. Chatting on John Bishop: In Conversation With…, the comedian admitted that the condition put a great deal of strain on his family life. He said: "It's very, very, very, very difficult, you know any parent with children with any kind of special needs is very difficult… With the autism, for me, the more I saw it and the more they had really bad days, I'd get so down, you know, I'd be like, depression and different things would wash over me." Paddy opened up about his

  • This major character won't appear in the Downton Abbey movie

    Following the news of the Downton Abbey movie, excitement among fans is an all-time high. However they will be sad to learn that one very popular character will not be returning - Lady Rose MacClare. Actress Lily James confirmed to People that her on-screen alter ego in the period drama hasn't be drafted in for the film. "I'm sadly not, but I'm so excited for it - I'm going to be front row," she revealed. "My character Rose moved off to New York, so it would be farfetched to bring her back." Lily James played Lady Rose in Downton Abbey She

  • Jodie Whittaker's revelation about being the first female Doctor Who might surprise you

    Jodie Whittaker has opened up about playing the first ever female Doctor on the popular sci-fi show, Doctor Who. Speaking about the role to the Radio Times, the Broadchurch actress revealed that there was actually less pressure on her thanks to the show's new direction. She explained: "In a way… there is liberation in that new direction: the pressure is less for me because I can only do this my way. All the rules are out the window! That's what makes it so fun." Jodi will play the first female Doctor The star added that she doesn't mind the mixed reaction

  • Emmerdale spoilers: Lachlan caught out after Rebecca disappears? Victoria realises her feelings for Matty

    Emmerdale has yet more unmissable drama in store for viewers next week, and it looks as if the village's serial killer Lachlan White will finally be exposed for his latest crime. The violent teenager's faced with a lot of questions he doesn’t necessarily want to answer, but will his silence be enough to give his deathly game away? Elsewhere, there are a few new budding romances in store as Jessie Grant admits her feelings for Marlon Dingle, while Victoria Sugden grows closer to transgender Matty Barton, and is confused by her feelings towards her former best friend, who she

  • Coronation Street spoilers 23/07 to 27/07: Kayla true identity exposed as she kidnaps Bethany

    Coronation Street has an exciting week ahead full of twins and turns, including Kayla finally being found out, leading to devastating consequences for Bethany, Tyrone having a terrible shock as he tries to reconcile with Fiz, and Kevin prepares for Jack to come home. Find out what to expect from this week's episodes… Monday In the first part, after telling Craig he doesn't have to do his rituals, Kayla then deliberately slams her car brakes, causing Gail and Audrey to crash into her and pretending a cat ran in front of her. Faking an injury, she then tells him it was

  • EastEnders spoilers: Tina gets arrested for attacking Stuart, Kush breaks down following Shakil's death

    Happy moments are rare in Albert Square, and they are certainly lacking in next week's episodes of EastEnders. Tina Carter's past has come back to haunt her over the past few weeks after the return of evil Stuart Highway, but things are set to get even worse for her. Meanwhile, it all gets too much for Kush Kazemi as he becomes overwhelmed with his own grief following the tragic death and stabbing of his little brother Shakil. Kat Slater also has a lot on her plate. The mother-of-three ends up stealing from her family, which leads to another big

  • X Factor's new judge Robbie Williams hints his children will appear on the show

    On Tuesday, the wait was finally over as X Factor revealed its much-anticipated new line-up of judges. Robbie Williams, his wife, Loose Women panellist Ayda Field and former One Direction star Louis Tomlinson will be joining Simon Cowell in the next series of the ITV talent show, and they opened up about their starring new roles in a press conference at Somerset House in London on Tuesday, which was attended by HELLO!. While discussing the show, Robbie – a doting dad-of-two – hinted that his children, in particular his five-year-old Teddy, would appear on the show. While the Angels