Husband and wife duo Marvin and Rochelle Humes have apparently landed a role as hosts of a brand new BBC One music quiz show.
The pair who started off their careers as singers in JLS and The Saturdays have turned into TV presenters as Marin on Capital FM and Rochelle on This Morning as she stands in for Holly Willoughby while she is in australia presenting I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here.
The new show is called Playlisters and they both have now released statements accounting the news.
They both have said:
‘It’s our first stand-alone show together and the fact it’s a format based on our love of music makes it all the more rewarding.
‘We frequently put each other’s knowledge to the test at home, so we cannot wait to see how the contestants get on.’
We have to say we are looking forward to watching their new show when it starts.
Yay super exciting news!
It’s been said that Doctor Foster might return for series 3.
The drama what is much loved and even won a NTA award on Tuesday is in talks to return to BBC One as reports have said the producers have been given the ‘green light’ to commission another series.
The reports have said to The Sun:
“After its ratings success last year commissioners were always keen for it to come back and although its early days they have given it the green light.”
But it’s not been said when the new series would air as main actress in the show Surrane Jones who plays Doctor Foster is ‘extreamly busy at the moment’:
“Suranne is extremely busy with other projects at the moment but bosses are trying to pin her down for some potential filming dates.
“It’s looking like it would film next year at the earliest.”
We would love antoher series would you?
It’s looking like Lorraine Kelly might be getting her dancing shoes on as she has been asked to take part in the new series of Strictly Come Dancing to follow in the footsteps of Susanna Reid.
On Wednesday Professional dancers Kevin and Karen Clifton appeared on her morning chat show Lorraine to talk about their upcoming tour and that’s when the married couple admitted that they really want the presenter to appear on the popular BBC show.
Kevin then asked if Lorriane had ever thought about being on the show to get the success just like Susanna did and she replied:
“No, I wouldn’t, and not even you could teach me.
“Susanna was brilliant, she just had a natural ability.”
Strictly made Susanna’s career a whole lot better so Lorraine would be mad not to take up the offer.
Today on This Morning Holly Willoughby had a bit of a shock after a life like orangutang sat along side her.
The robot was on the show as her and Phillip Schofield where talking to the producers of new BBC One show Spy In The Wild and it really did look real.
Holly opened the show by saying:
“We have a friend here.
“It’s been sitting there for half an hour, but not moving.
She continued to say:
“I was told it wasn’t going to move, and suddenly it turned around and it winked at me!
“It looks like he’s going to bite me! It’s so real. Amazing.”
It was so so life like and really scary.
We cant believe that Holly was sitting next to it.
It’s been on our TV screens for years and years now but it’s been annouced that Camelot no longer want the National Lottery show to be aired on TV.
The show what is aired on BBC and started being show back in 1994 will be canceled as the last show will air January 7 2017 as viewers will have to get the results online or in shops from then onwards.
The results will be abled to be checked on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, as a quick on screen bulletin as well as on the Red Button and Red Button+.
Camelot’s digital director Tim Copper said:
“We’re delighted to have signed this contract extension, maintaining the strong relationship that has flourished between The National Lottery and the BBC since The National Lottery’s launch 22 years ago.
“As consumer habits show an unrelenting shift towards digital platforms, we’re embracing these changes in players’ results-checking habits – providing content that they can access at all times, across multiple different touch-points.
“But it’s also great that we can continue to provide a service to those loyal BBC1 viewers who want their lottery results available at a regular time as they enjoy their favourite BBC shows. This new deal will allow us to do both.”
It will be missed but at least you will still be able to get the results on the TV screen.
She has not confirmed or denied that she is expecting but in a new trailer for BBC show Who Do You Think You Are? Cheryl has cover her tummy up with a baggy coat.
In the clip Cheryl make sure that she has her arms holding the coat across her tummy while she strolling past the River Tyne.
On the show Cheryl discovers that her great, great, great grandad was a quintessential Tommy in the First World War who fought and survived in one of the key battles.
This is a one to watch and we will be tuning in to this when it airs.
You never know she may annouced her pregnancy on the show.