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Stars mingle at the glittering BAFTA 2019 after party - see Jenna Coleman, Cressida Bonas and more  

After the 2019 BAFTA awards on Sunday night, the fun didn't stop - the winners and attendees of the ceremony headed to a sit-down reception dinner, and later on to glamorous after parties with the likes of Vogue magazine and Tiffany jewellery. The likes of Jenna Coleman, Cressida Bonas and Kate Moss all joined the celebrations, while nominees Glenn Close, Timothée Chalamet and Amy Adams continued the party, too.  The night was an even more special affair, of course, since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were also in attendance for the show - with the red carpet going in

Karen Clifton's boyfriend David Webb pays sweet tribute to her as she marks end of chapter

Over the weekend, Karen Clifton marked the end of another Strictly chapter – by saying goodbye to the class of 2018 and officially wrapping up the live tour. Her boyfriend David Webb was on hand to cheer her on to the finishing line after eight months of hard work. The opera singer paid a sweet tribute to Karen, uploading a video on Instagram Stories of the pro dancer taking her final bow and high-fiving fans. David captioned the clip: "Stupid proud of this one at the end of a whopper 8 months of @strictlycomedancing2018 & the @strictlycomedancinglive tour, her relentless energy,

Strictly fans reveal Bruno Tonioli's hidden talent

Strictly Come Dancing fans have revealed that Bruno Tonioli isn't just an amazing dancer and judge, he also has a brilliant secret talent – singing! According to one fan, the star sang during the final Strictly live tour show of 2019, and he was brilliant. Posting on social media, the impressed audience member wrote: "I was there last night! The whole cast were brilliant! Such an amazing show. And who knew Bruno could sing! Will definitely be getting tickets next year!" This isn't Bruno's only hidden skill, as he is also fluent in Italian, Portuguese, English, Spanish and French. Bruno

Jason Isaacs drops huge hint on when Netflix's The OA season two will drop

Fans were blown away by Netflix's creepy drama, The OA, which became a sleeper hit after premiering on the streaming site back in December 2016. However, although the series was immediately renewed for season two, the second instalment still hasn't premiered after a two year hiatus, and the release date has been kept tightly under wraps, until now! Jason opened up about The OA and Star Trek: Discovery Chatting to HELLO! at the BAFTA awards on Sunday night, Jason Isaacs, who plays the villainous scientist Hap Percy in the show, opened up about when fans might expect season two. He said:

Bradley Cooper made Prince William laugh with THIS comment at the BAFTAs - VIDEO

As President of BAFTA, the Duke of Cambridge was the guest of honour at last night's award ceremony. After presenting the BAFTA Fellowship award, Prince William and Kate met the night's winners, including Olivia Colman, Rami Malek and Spike Lee, but it was A Star is Born's Bradley Cooper who made a real impression on the Duke. Speaking to the actor, William congratulated Bradley on his win, commenting that the musical drama was a "great film". With Bradley receiving the award for 'Best Original Music', the Duke was keen to ask the actor about his hidden musical prowess, joking that

Simon Cowell 'really felt' for Dec presenting without Ant

Simon Cowell has opened up about the occasions that Declan Donnelly presented shows without his showbiz partner, Anthony McPartlin, in 2018, and admitted that he "felt" for the presenter after he was forced to go solo following Ant's drink driving arrest. Chatting on Lorraine on Monday about Ant's comeback on Britain's Got Talent, he said: "Yeah, I really did miss him. I felt for Dec last year, we really threw him out there." Simon opened up about Ant returning to TV Amanda Holden added: "He [Ant] looks really healthy, doesn't he? He looks great." Simon added: "It's the happiest I've seen

Major EastEnders spoiler about character's exit revealed on TV

On Monday's episode of This Morning, Tamzin Outhwaite appeared on the ITV daytime show to talk about her current EastEnders storyline, and she gave away a huge clue about her on-screen son Hunter Owen's exit. While chatting to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about upcoming scenes – which will see Mel and Hunter attempt to run away after Ray Kelly's body is discovered in the woods – Tamzin was quizzed about Hunter's exit storyline. Fans of the show know that actor Charlie Winter will be leaving the soap, and it is assumed that it will be tied-in with

Big Little Lies season two photos shows first look at Meryl Streep

The first images for the new series of Big Little Lies has been released, and shows Meryl Streep as Mary Louise Wright, the mother of Perry (Alexander Skarsgard), who has come to stay with her grandchildren. In the photo, Celeste (played by Nicole Kidman) seems to be feeling somewhat uncomfortable by the presence of her mother-in-law while they have dinner with the children. Meryl plays Nicole's mother-in-law A second image shows Madeline attempting to speak to a troubled Bonnie following the events of the season one finale where (spoiler alert), Bonnie accidentally shoved Perry to his death during a fight where

Everything you need to know about MasterChef UK 2019

MasterChef fans can rejoice! The new series of the popular cooking show is back on screens on Monday 11 February, with celebrity judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace returning. Contestants will be cooking up a storm and there's a promise of much drama and excitement in the fifteenth series of the show. Read on for everything you need to know… When does it start? MasterChef UK returns on Monday 11 February on BBC One at 9pm. There are a total of 24 episodes, with the next few scheduled for Wednesday 13 February at 8pm, Friday 15 February at 9pm, and then