• Prince Charles and Camilla reveal their favourite TV show – are you a fan too?

    Well, who would have thought? Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have revealed they are big fans of The Great British Bake Off. The royals were hosting a reception at St James's Palace when they started chatting to former Bake Off contestant and semi-finalist, Selasi Gbormittah. Taking to Twitter, Selasi described their meeting, during which he teased Charles that he was Ghanaian royalty. "You're one funny chap, jolly good," the Prince replied. "No, no for real," Selasi quipped. The professional baker than added in his caption: "Ahead of HRHs visit to Ghana, The Gambia & Nigeria, HRHs hosted British West Africans.

  • Ashley Roberts reveals truth about Strictly curfew following Seann and Katya's kiss

    Ashley Roberts has opened up about the supposed Strictly Come Dancing curfew, which show bosses have reportedly imposed on the professional dancers ever since Seann Walsh and Katya Jones were caught sharing a drunken kiss. Speaking exclusively to HELLO!, the Pussycat Dolls singer admitted she had heard no such thing. "I haven't heard about the curfew," she revealed. "I'm definitely going home and getting sleep! You need it in this game." Her comments come after fellow contestant, cricketer Graeme Swann, admitted a curfew is in place. "I think the pros were told, wind your neck in. They were all very

  • Martine McCutcheon shares excitement over Love Actually sequel

    Martine McCutcheon opened up about a possible Love Actually sequel while talking to Amanda Holden and Rylan Clark on Friday's This Morning. Asked about the possibility of a second film, the 42-year-old answered: "Do you know what, as an actress, I'd love to be with that amazing cast again!" She then added: "It was [director] Richard Curtis' dream come true to do the Comic Relief short film. We should all be in the sequel!'" Martine played Natalie opposite Hugh Grant's character in the film, which was first released fifteen years ago. The cast reunited last year for a short

  • Strictly's Oti Mabuse reveals how she and Katya Jones react to their partner's tantrums

    Oti Mabuse has opened up about her fellow Strictly Come Dancing professional Katya Jones' teaching style in comparison to her own, and revealed that the dancer will just walk away if her partner is having a "tantrum" during training. Chatting to HELLO! about how she herself reacts when her partner, Graeme Swann, gets annoyed in rehearsals, she said: "I don't tolerate tantrums, they don't work. I think Katya also doesn't, Katya just walks away. I give an eye roll." Loading the player... var track = function (evt_name) {