CONTROVERSIAL comedian and talkRADIO host Iain Lee will be the next star to enter I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! the Sun’s Bizarre column can reveal. ITV producers are keen to shake up things this year and have brought in the stand-up and former presenter of Channel 4's The 11 O'Clock Show to be the final star to go into the jungle. Iain, 44, currently presents The Late Night Alternative show on week nights on talkRADIO.
PAUL marriage broke down as his wife of twenty years struggled to get over his infidelityAnd pals say the marriage has been secretly finished for some time. An insider said: “The truth is they’ve worked really hard to salvage their relationship but just couldn’t recover from the damage that had been done. “The more famous Paul has become, the more attention he has been getting, and that has put huge strain on the marriage.
THE fellow hotel guests of the Strictly stars have complained about their late night salsa sessions. Tourists staying in the Big Blue Hotel in Blackpool, where this weekend’s special is live from, have requested room changes due to loud music playing into the early hours. The main culprits are Holby City actor Joe McFadden 42, and his dance partner Katya Jones, 28, who have been accused of playing their salsa tunes loudly on repeat while practising in one of the room’s hotels.
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Selecting a term
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