Josephine Jobert Florence Cassell France BBC Instagram Death in Paradise Josephine Jobert Florence Cassell France

Death in Paradise's Josephine Jobert reacts to rumours Florence Cassell will be killed off

Reading now: 290
express.co.uk

Death in Paradise actor Josephine Jobert has taken to Instagram to react to rumours her character in the popular BBC show is going to be killed off.The star, who plays Detective Sergeant Florence Cassell in the programme, expressed her surprise at being told that there were rumours of her exit from the show following a "dramatic drug plot".In view of her 97,000 followers, the French actress told of her shock while sharing a screenshot of the rumours.The star took to her stories to post a direct message she had received.The picture featured an article titled "Death in Paradise shock: Florence to die in dramatic drug plot?"The Instagram user who had sent the actress the picture also added: "I hope this isn't true!" alongside a crying face emoji.In view of her 97,000 followers, the French actress told of her shock while sharing a screenshot of the rumours.The star took to her stories to post a direct message she had received.The picture featured an article titled "Death in Paradise shock: Florence to die in dramatic drug plot?"The Instagram user who sent the actress the pictureope this isn't true!" alongside a crying face emoji.Reacting to the news, Josephine revealed that it was the first she had heard of her reported shock exit.She wrote: "What???"Ahaha that's interesting...

what do you think?"Is this true or not?" she asked her fans, refusing to give anything away.The star added two options for her followers to vote as part of a poll, including "No way!" and "It could happen".Later in the day, the star shared more of her thoughts concerning her role on the BBC whodunnit show.Josephine shared a message she had received from a fan in reaction to her character's storyline earlier in the day.The Instagram user had messaged.

Read more on express.co.uk
The website popstar.one is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

Steven Spielberg - Tom Felton - Samantha Morton - Go Compare man Wynne Evans' famous mum and link to Hollywood director Steven Spielberg - dailystar.co.uk - Hollywood - county Evans
dailystar.co.uk
64%
982
Go Compare man Wynne Evans' famous mum and link to Hollywood director Steven Spielberg
Hollywood director Steven Spielberg and whose story is now the subject of a new film.Wynne was part of the Carmarthen Youth Opera in South Wales growing up, but in the early nineties, the Youth Opera's home at the Lyric Theatre in the town was under threat of demolition.However his mum, who had been a part of the Youth Opera as a teenager and now ran the group, launched a campaign to save the theatre - with a little help from Hollywood along the way.The story is now the subject of a new Sky Cinema film called Save The Cinema, starring Harry Potter actor Tom Felton and newcomer Fflyn Evans as a young Wynne.Save The Cinema tells the story of Wynne Evans mother Elizabeth Evans and her battle to save The Lyric Theatre in Carmarthen from demolition, after the town council planned to knock the building down and build a shopping centre.However, Elizabeth refused to leave the theatre and moved in there, meaning the bulldozers could not get into the building and eventually, the theatre was saved.Talking about reliving the story, Wynne Evans told BBC News that it was emotional, saying: "I've got mixed emotions about the time if I'm honest... she just moved into the theatre."He also remembered his mum as a strong and determined woman, adding: "I've never seen anybody walk into a council meeting and manage to turn the room around like my mother could...
Katy Perry - Blake Shelton - Carrie Underwood - Miranda Lambert - Chris Stapleton - Carlos Santana - Chris Stapleton proves what a doting dad he is as he talks about his children - hellomagazine.com - USA - Nashville - city Santana
hellomagazine.com
81%
626
Chris Stapleton proves what a doting dad he is as he talks about his children
Chris Stapleton's Instagram may suggest that his life is strictly dedicated to the music business, his family - including wife Morgane - are much more important than you might think. The musical couple – yes, they both have music in their genes – first met in 2003 when they were both working in Nashville as songwriters.MORE: Miranda Lambert's incredibly cozy living room inside $3.4million mansion They married in 2007 and have since had five kids together, including three-year-old twins Macon and Samuel.WATCH: Blake Shelton and Carrie Underwood are big winners at the Country Music Television Awards Such a big family left no space for boredom in the Stapleton household during the pandemic.MORE: Katy Perry receives ultimate compliment from country music star Thomas RhettRELATED: How Shania Twain dealt with debilitating health diagnosis which left her unable to sing Though it's a side of him that he likes to keep away from the public eye, Chris opened up recently to say he considered parenthood and his kids the highlight of his time in lockdown, explaining in a rare personal statement that "the silver lining and the mixed blessing during the pandemic for me is I've gotten to spend more time being a dad and being with my children than I've ever gotten to do certainly as a touring musician".