Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins are reuniting on screen for the first time since quitting The Great British Bake Off. All three left the cookery show when it was nicked by Channel 4 last year. The trio are together again on BBC1 to bring festive cheer to a downtrodden community in South Wales with a revamped community centre and a huge, surprise feast. And, drumroll please, there will even be a tent! (In truth, it’s more of a marquee, but let’s not split hairs).
Hollyoaks have confirmed that famous Footballers' Wives couple Susie Amy and Gary Lucy will be reunite one again on screen. The Mirror revealed earlier this week that the duo, who were key signings for ITV’s trashy hit Footballers’ Wives back when it kicked off in 2002, would working together once again. Now the Channel 4 soap have confirmed that the pair, who played Kyle and Chardonnay Pascoe, will most certainly be "crossing paths" on Hollyoaks.
Susie Amy and Gary Lucy were key signings for ITV’s trashy hit Footballers’ Wives back when it kicked off in 2002. Now the duo, who played Kyle and Chardonnay Pascoe, are reuniting on Hollyoaks. We hear that Susie has signed a new contract to appear on the Channel 4 soap where she will be with Gary, who was a regular on the soap from 1999 for four years. Hollyoaks viewers have seen Gary’s character Luke Morgan return recently after 15 years with ex-girlfriend Mandy Richardson (Sarah Jayne Dunn).
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Selecting a term
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