Carol Vorderman "doesn't want to settle down" with anyone. There were a lot of women in their fifties and sixties - and their daughters - ringing in and saying 'This is a liberation for me.' When I was in my twenties, I wanted to find somebody, get married, and have children. I love my job, I love the business of education and I have people who love me. Maybe what I choose wouldn't suit a lot of people but I think some version of it would work.
Peace talks between Prince Harry and his family are likely to take place before King Charles' coronation. A source close to the king, who also knows Harry and Meghan well, told the Sunday Times newspaper:“We’ve got to move on it, and get it done by April. The first source said: “It’s going to take flexibility on all sides, but it can be done, it’s fixable. Someone like Elf [Ed Lane Fox, Harry’s former private secretary] and Christopher [Lord Geidt, the late Queen Elizabeth's former private secretary]. The source added: “He is loyal to the throne and understands what needs to be done for the country.20 days ago Female First
Matt Hancock received more votes on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' "I've had more votes on 'I'm A Celebrity' than I ever got as a politician in Parliament. He insists that from his 'I'm A Celebrity' fee he has given two five-figure sums to charity. I'm not planning on doing anything like that [I'm A Celebrity...] again, that I haven't already been involved with. I'm going to spend 2023 working out what I want to do... [but] no, I'm not going to be applying for your [Richard] job."4 days ago Female First
Harry Styles and Wet Leg lead the BRIT Awards with Mastercard nominations with four each. Lewis Capaldi is already expecting his track 'Forget Me' to lose out on the British Song of the Year honour to Harry. I very much look forward to seeing Harry Styles accept the award for 'As It Was'.”Mranwhile, Wet Leg are also up for Mastercard Album of the Year, and are also in the running for Group of the Year, Best New Artist and Alternative/Rock Act. As well as Wet Leg, Sam Smith and Kim Petras are also confirmed to perform at the ceremony, which will be hosted by Mo Gilligan. The winners of the four genre categories - Rock/Alternative Act, Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act, Dance Act, Pop/R+B Act - will be determined by a public vote via TikTok, which will open on 19 January at midday.23 days ago Female First
Samantha Womack is feeling "really good" after undergoing breast cancer treatment. She said: "I went back two weeks ago because I've been away to have my surgery for breast cancer but then I came back and did a nine-show week. It was so inspiring and I felt really happy. "I was diagnosed about three-and-a-half, four months ago with breast cancer. Breast cancer is a strange one because it doesn't just attack your body, it attacks your image, it attacks your affiliation with femininity.2 months ago Female First
Lizzo, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles are tied with eight nods for the 2023 iHeart Radio Music Awards. Dua Lipa, Drake and Jack Harlow follow shortly behind with six nominations apiece with their haul's also include Artist of the Year nods. “It’s been a great year for music with so many inspiring hits, we can’t wait to celebrate these artists and songs at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards. “Our annual awards show is one of the best in the industry at celebrating the power of music. The iHeartRadio Music Awards air live on March 27 from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles from 8pm ET on Fox.23 days ago Female First
Kym Marsh had a "dodgy confidence day" ahead of closing out week five of 'Strictly Come Dancing.' Kym Marsh was feeling nervous ahead of Week 5 of Strictly Come DancingThe former 'Coronation Street' actress, 46, is currently taking part in the BBC ballroom competition alongside professional partner Graziano Di Prima and admitted she wanted to "come out fighting" after landing in the bottom two last week. Speaking immediately after the performance on Saturday (22.10.22), she told host Claudia Winkleman: "I felt pretty confident going in. We honestly can't thank anyone enough and being in the dance-off last week was horrible but we wanted to come out fighting." She said: "Thank you for the memory, I was 17 when I first went on 'Come Dancing.'3 months ago Female First
Ellie Simmonds is the sixth celebrity to depart this year’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’. Ellie Simmonds is the sixth celebrity to depart this year’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’The 27-year-old former Paralympian swimmer – and first person with dwarfism to compete on the BBC One show – said her time on the series was “life changing” as it has boosted her confidence. Ellie, who was partnered with pro dancer Nikita Kuzmin, 24, added when asked by host Tess Daly about her experience: “I’ve literally had the time of my life. “Behind closed doors, the costume designers, I’ve literally loved waking up every single day and dancing – I’m going to dance forever. Both couples really, really just danced exceptionally well.3 months ago Female First