Tonight was a big night for Helen Skelton and Camilla Thurlow after they took part in a charity boxing match for Sport Relief.
At the start of the fight Camilla looked like she would be winning but it all soon turned around as Helen took center stage and batter Camilla and won the fight.
Viewers started to comment on Twitter and just couldn’t believe their eyes on how Helen fighted.
One person tweeted:
Wouldn’t want to meet Helen Skelton in a dark alley! # #
While another said:
Helen Skelton is quite hard isn’t she! #
She really did go in on Camilla but they both did amazing.
Today on This Morning a gust was on the show to talk about how she is standing up for women who have ‘saggy’ boobs and often shares photo’s on her Instagram account without wearing a bra.
Chidera Eggerue, 23, appeared on the show with a low cut top and opted for a braless look causing show presenter Ruth Langsford to have to apologise for looking at her boobs and her husband Eamonn Holmes looked at the floor for most of the interview.
Ruth said to Chidera:
“You do have a very low cut top on. It is hard not to look but you don’t mind.”
Thankfully Chidera didn’t mind them having a look as she confessed that she had them out for people to look at.
Well what other way would she celebrate moving house?
Courtney Stodden has celebrated moving house by flashing her nipples.
Courtney brought her own house after her divorce to husband Doug Hutchison, went though and she seemed super excited.
Courtney filmed herself butt naked for her fans, showing off her ample boobs and nipples in one of her raunchiest videos yet.
Suzuki have confirmed that they have dropped it’s TV ad campaign what features Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly!
It’s been rumored that the pair got a whopping £20 million to feature on the add but that has all gone down the pan now that Ant was arrested and charged with drink driving.
A rep for the company has said to the Mail Online:
“Suzuki are withdrawing their advertising campaign with Ant & Dec. No further material featuring the duo will be aired and Suzuki’s endorsement deal with the pair has come to an end,”
“We agree with ITV and Ant & Dec that it was the correct decision not to broadcast Saturday Night Takeaway this weekend,” it continued.
“As a car brand we recognise the seriousness of Ant’s charge. We completely support Ant’s decision to seek treatment.
“Suzuki will however continue to sponsor the last two episodes of this series of Saturday Night Takeaway with our current idents.
“Suzuki very much supports Dec and ITV’s decision to broadcast the shows and as headline sponsors we also want to support the competition winners who have won places on the Plane to Florida for the series finale.”
The deal was for two years and has been said to have been one of the biggest British non-sports TV deals.