Gaz Beadle decorates Christmas tree with kids after split from wife Emma McVey
Reality TV star Gaz Beadle took to Instagram to show off his family's Christmas decorations, two months after announcing his split from wife Emma McVey. Gaz, who rose to fame on Geordie Shore in 2011, put up an Instagram reel with his two children, Chester, five, and Primrose, three, as they got into the festive spirit and decorated their tree, captioning it: ‘It’s not perfect but they did it’.The family were in their pyjamas as they took it in turns putting baubles on the branches of their tree in the spacious living room. It hasn’t been an easy time for Gaz, 35, and ex-model Emma, 31, who decided to separate in October, after two years of marriage.
Paris Hilton Celebrates 20th Anniversary of ‘The Simple Life’: Here’s Where to Stream the Reality Series Online
Tim Chan If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since Paris Hilton and bestie Nicole Richie burst onto TV screens with “The Simple Life,” but as Hilton will tell you, time really does fly by when you’re having fun.
‘The Marvels’ Ends Box Office Run as Lowest-Grossing MCU Movie in History
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter There’s nothing heroic about the final box office performance of “The Marvels.” The superhero sequel is officially the lowest-grossing installment in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After four weeks on the big screen, the comic book tentpole is running out of steam with $80 million in North America and $197 million globally. There would typically be optimism that attendance could rebound over the busy holiday season, but Disney apparently doesn’t expect that to be the case.
‘Candy Cane Lane’ Review: Eddie Murphy in a Cozy and Rather Loopy Christmas Movie
Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic “Christmas is not about money,” says Pepper (Jillian Bell), the passive-aggressive Christmas store elf in “Candy Cane Lane.” “Except that it is.” She could almost be describing Christmas movies. From the start, they’ve paired a celebration of the Christmas spirit, in all its enveloping toastiness, with a theme of raw economic desperation. You can trace this right back to the original Christmas movie — “A Christmas Carol,” and by that I don’t even mean the assorted film versions (though I grew up with them and especially loved the 1951 version with Alastair Sim) but the Charles Dickens novella, published in 1843, which essentially invented the modern Christmas.