Spanish hunk Gorka Marquez, 27, admits he'd love to have a girlfriend who isn't a dancer — as stars revreveal who wears the most fake tanPHEW, it’s getting hot in here! Spanish hunk Gorka Marquez, 27, reveals he’d love to have a girlfriend who isn’t a dancer. He joins Brendan Cole, 41, and AJ Pritchard, 23, to chat about the latest hit series of the show — and who wears the most fake tan. Who are your mates on the show?
In one scene from Netflix show Shot in the Dark, the videographer Howard Raishbrook pulls into a Los Angeles mini-mall late at night, where there’s been a report of a man walking around with a gun. Howard gets out of his car, reaches into the boot and pulls on a bulletproof vest, before picking up his camera. He’s worried about becoming collateral damage if the situation turns into a shootout. But not so worried that he won’t stick around and try to catch it on film.
Has anyone else noticed that the best and most talked about British dramas on telly at the moment all star graduates from that other great British TV institution, Coronation Street?It shouldn't really come as a surprise. After all, a soap provides an excellent acting training ground.
A few people have contacted me about an error in this month’s High Life magazine, which wasn’t in the copy I filed, and is being corrected online by the mag. See below (and apologies to Domhnall). https://t.co/QzRIzBK6UF
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