Karen Clifton and her celebrity partner Charles Venn were sadly voted off in the Strictly Come Dancing quarter-final on Sunday night, and Karen's ex-husband Kevin Clifton was quick to comfort her. The star - who had watched the couple's last dance from the sidelines after making it through to the semi-final with partner Stacey Dooley - quickly walked across the floor to give Karen a long hug in front of the cameras. Many fans noticed the sweet moment, too, taking to social media to react. Kevin and Karen's sweet hug. Image: BBC "What a lovely hug Kevin gave Karen just on #strictly. Now that's the way to behave post
Plenty of fans were disappointed to say goodbye to Malique Thompson-Dwyer on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! on Sunday night, but many viewers were quick to point out that the soap star seemed to know that he was the one to be leaving since he was the only campmate wearing his backpack as Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly announced which celeb would be leaving. One person wrote: "That was an absolute fix why was Malique the only one with his bag on?" Another added: "A bit odd that Malique was sat all ready with his backpack
Kevin Clifton has responded to a fan criticising his dance with Stacey Dooley on Saturday night's episode of Strictly Come Dancing. The routine, for Musical Week, saw Stacey take on the tragic role of Fantine in Les Miserables as the pair danced to I Dreamed a Dream, and one user thought that the routine was too cheerful, tweeting: "Though I think smiling was a huge mistake. Fantine dies in poverty, so not really a smiley character!" Kevin replied to the message, explaining that Stacey smiled as part of a dream sequence in the dance, writing: "The point was she
Coleen Nolan has returned to Loose Women for the first time after she stepped down following a row with Kim Woodburn on the show. The audience were delighted to see the TV panellist, who has been a regular on the show since 2010, and gave her a standing ovation. Speaking about their positive response, she said: "It was very nice, it nearly made me cry! It's like coming home… It's been great." Her fellow panellists, Janet Street Porter and Ruth Langsford joked that they had dressed for the occasion in festive outfits while Jane Moore quipped: "I'm just normal.
It's Chriiiiistmas! Okay, Christmas is still actually three weeks away, but it still means that television is seriously starting to get good! From a jam-packed weekend of finales from all of your favourites from I'm a Celebrity to Dynasties, there's something for everyone! Check out our picks of the best television shows from Monday 3 December to Sunday 9 November, and see what's on streaming here... Monday 3 December Nadiya's Asian Odyssey – 9pm on BBC One After taking a DNA test, a surprise revelation shows GBBO winner Nadiya Hussain that she has DNA connections to Cambodia, Nepal and Thailand, sparking a
While we wish John Barrowman a speedy recovery after he sprained his ankle in the jungle on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! we're celebrating his return to the camp by taking a look back at all of his amazing television roles because, in Dec's words, he's FABULOUUUUS! Of course, any sci-fi or superhero fans out there will be well aware of the American star, but for those who have no idea who John was before he flossed on a speed boat, here are some of John's greatest TV moments, from Doctor Who to reality show fame
The festive season is officially upon us and that means it’s time to curl up with a mince pie and enjoy what the top streaming platforms have to offer. From Jennifer Aniston's much anticipated Netflix debut to a brand new season of the critically acclaimed How to Get Away With Murder, there is sure to be something to take your fancy. Check out what's coming to streaming channels from 3rd to 9th December below… NETFLIX Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle - 7th December Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andy Serkis and Freida Pinto lend their star power to a much darker