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Laura Linney finds Oscars surreal

Laura Linney finds Oscars surreal

Laura Linney finds attending the Oscars "surreal". The ‘Ozark’ actress – who has been nominated for Academy Awards in 2001, 2005 and 2008 – admitted she’s often in awe when she comes face-to-face with people she admires or who have inspired her when she attends the prestigious event. She said: "It is a wild thing, it’s surreal when your life inter... »

Ant and Dec v Holly Willoughby at National Television Awards 2019

Ant and Dec v Holly Willoughby at National Television Awards 2019

Ant and Dec will battle Holly Willoughby for the TV Presenter prize at the National Television Awards 2019. While Ant McPartlin took a break from work commitments last year following a drink-driving conviction – and subsequent stint in rehab – the duo are still in line for a potential 18th win in a row. However, Ant and Dec will face stiff competition from ‘This Morning’ ho... »

Matthew McConaughey’s mom still has movie dream

Matthew McConaughey’s mom still has movie dream

Matthew McConaughey’s 86-year-old mother is desperate to be a film star. The 49-year-old actor’s mom Kay visited him on the set of his latest movie ‘White Boy Rick’ and though she says she likes to see him at work, he believes she has ulterior motives and is still trying to get spotted to get her own big break – and has a bizarre dream project that would see her play ... »

Cheryl glad to be back

Cheryl glad to be back

Cheryl "feels good" to have returned to music after a four-year break. The ‘Love Made Me Do It’ – who has 19-month-old son Bear with ex-boyfriend Liam Payne – has a new focus and appreciation for her career after taking time out of the spotlight in order to break the routine she’d got stuck into. She said: "I needed it. You get into a routine and are on... »

Graham Norton says he’s outgrown ‘mean’ jokes

Graham Norton says he’s outgrown ‘mean’ jokes

Graham Norton says he will never bring back the "mean" jokes he made on his Channel 4 show because people would be "horrified" by them now. The 55-year-old comic made his name as the king of the late night talk show with his programme ‘So Graham Norton’ which ran from 1998 to 2002 and was famous for his sexual innuendo gags and outrageous audience confessions. But G... »

Rochelle Humes tries to avoid ‘full on crying’ on Children in Need

Rochelle Humes tries to avoid ‘full on crying’ on Children in Need

Rochelle Humes watches every ‘Children in Need’ film "three of four times" on the night to avoid "full on crying" when she is co-hosting the appeal show. The ‘This Morning’ presenter and her husband Marvin Humes are among the stars co-hosting this year’s telethon, which aims to raise millions for the charity, but the 29-year-old singer prefers to w... »

Alan Carr’s Channel 4 Christmas show

Alan Carr’s Channel 4 Christmas show

Alan Carr is returning to Channel 4 for a new Christmas show. The 42-year-old TV presenter will head back to the channel to host a special called ‘So This Is Christmas’, two years after his ‘Chatty Man’ show was dropped from the network. A TV insider told The Sun’s Bizarre TV column: "Although this doesn’t carry the ‘Chatty Man’ name, it’s... »

Rob Beckett joins Children in Need presenting team

Rob Beckett joins Children in Need presenting team

Rob Beckett, Graham Norton, Tess Daly, Mel Giedroyc, Ade Adepitan, and Rochelle and Marvin Humes will present ‘BBC Children in Need 2018′. The TV hosts will front the live charity appeal show on BBC One on November 16th, and comedian Rob admits it is a "huge honour" to have been asked to join the presenting team for the spectacle. He said: "I am so excited to be presenti... »

Graham Norton quit Tinder because of ‘broken people’

Graham Norton quit Tinder because of ‘broken people’

Graham Norton ditched Tinder because he didn’t want to meet "broken people". The 55-year-old chat show host split from his ex Andrew Smith three years ago, and he didn’t have much luck with online dating before deciding to quit the app. Speaking to Closer magazine, he explained: "I was on Tinder a couple of years ago, but I’m not on it now. I felt like I’d do... »

Michael Parkinson says social media has killed art of chat shows

Michael Parkinson says social media has killed art of chat shows

Sir Michael Parkinson has claimed social media has killed the art of chat shows. The iconic TV star – who was at the helm of his own show from 1971 to 2007 – insisted the accessibility of celebrities nowadays has made it difficult for presenters to ask their guests anything the audience doesn’t already know about. He’s quoted by the Daily Star newspaper as saying: "The... »

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