Over the last couple of days people have been working if Declan Donnelly will present the last two Saturday Night Takeaway shows without his co-presenter and best friend Ant McPartlin but it’s been revealed that he will not present the show’s without Ant.
Dec has declared that he will not take to the stage on the hugely popular ITV show without Ant as it was said during their 2010 autobiography that they have both vowed to never present a show without the other.
Ant wrote in the book named Ohh What A Lovely Pair :
“neither one of us would ever be on our own out there.”
To what Dec also said:
“We’ve been incredibly fortunate to have enjoyed such a remarkable time.
“Some people might not understand it, but our friendship is a massive, massive part of where we are today.”
She was the hugely popular children’s TV show star but now Tracy Beaker is set to return but with a twist.
Jacqueline Wilson who wrote the book in 1991 has announced that Tracy is going to return as a single mum who lives on a rough council estate in London.
Talking to The Guardian she said:
“When I realised just how long ago it was since I wrote the first Tracy Beaker book, I thought: if we were in real time, Tracy herself would be in her 30s.
“And I’ve always thought that, even though Tracy had lots of problems in her life and a pretty rubbish mum who was never there for her, Tracy herself would be a good mum, no matter what.”
She continued to say:
“Being Tracy, she wants to be independent, but with a child, how can she be?
“So she’s having to scratch around.”
We have to say we are super excited to see her come back and really hope there is going to be a new series.
Gemma Collins is in talks to release her second autobiography as a follow up from the one released back in 2016.
In the new book Gemma will talk about her on and off relationship with James Argent and how she shot to fame on The Only Way Is Essex.
A source has told The Sun:
“The GC has had so many ups and downs the new book will charter her recent success and give the real scoop on her turbulent love life.
“She’ll talk about Arg, ‘memays’ and her infamous fall at Radio 1’s Teen Awards.
“There’s never been a better time for her to do one.”
In her previous book Gemma talked about her miscarriage, depression and how she got on TOWIE.
He’s delayed it again.
Stephen Bear is waiting to release his autobiography but to has had to have been delayed again for the third time after his on/off relationship with Charlotte Crosby continues.
The book is causing trouble for the publishers as this is the third time they have changed the rele date because they don’t want to publish it while all the drama is in the press.
A source has said:
“Stephen Bear’s autobiography release date keeps being pushed back because of his on-off relationship with Charlotte.
“Publishers worry that their relationship status won’t be the same as the book when its released and they will look stupid.
“They have changed date three times now.”
The way it’s looks the drama is not going to be ending anytime soon.
Dawn French has lost so so much weight over the last few years and now approaching her 60th birthday Dawn has opened up about her weight.
The actress was on Loose Women on Tuesday promoting her new book Me You A Diary when the conversation turned to just how much weight she has lost.
Talking on the lunchtime show Dawn said:
‘I shed the weight a long time ago, I go up a bit, down a bit, feel no different, I’m still Dawn, I liked the old Dawn, I may go there again, depends how many doughnuts I decide to eat.
Dawn looked younger than every on Loose Women today she really has done so well to lose all that weight.
She looks fab.
Cara Delevingne has opened up about how she struggled growing up and how at one point in her life she did think about ended her own life.
Cara was on This Morning and spoke to Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby during the pre-recorded interview about her new book.
Talking on the show the model confessed that she ‘had moments when she didn’t want to carry on’ as she said on the show:
‘I’m not in hell now,’ she said. ‘The things that stick with all of us the most are the darker times, the more traumatic times.’
‘Those are some of the points I remember the most. I didn’t know how to communicate my emotions. I was very ashamed of the way I felt. I had a very privileged upbringing, I was very lucky, I went to an amazing school.’
Then she continued to say:
‘(But) I had depression and I had moments when I didn’t want to carry on. And then the guilt of feeling that way and not being able to tell anyone because I shouldn’t feel that way and I shouldn’t feel bad. It’s the guilt.’
Cara then continued to say that she want’s to be someone who kids look up to:
‘That’s what I want to be for teenagers, not necessarily a role model, but someone who has been through it and come out the other side.’
it’s so good that someone so famous can open up like she has so publicly.