Many were shocked and upset by Law Roach‘s retirement announcement earlier this week.
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the MEN reports. In the caption, he wrote: "Got back from a week in Newcastle playing Miss Hannigan in Annie to find that Tom Tom, one of my pigs had been put to sleep. I knew it was coming as he’d been diagnosed with a tumour but even so it’s awful when you lose a pet.
READ MORE: Who is the greatest person from Derbyshire? Vote for your favourite in our poll "He was the cheekiest of the gang and one of the other pigs who was obviously very fond of him is now depressed and gone into mourning and there’s those who say that animals don’t have feelings. On a lighter note I’m thoroughly enjoying playing Hannigan again after so long especially with a truly amazing and lovely cast. Next stop Edinburgh.
" Many fans and celebrity friends quickly headed to the comment section to send messages of support. TV host Gaby Roslin replied: "Oh no. Paul I’m so so sorry.
Sending you massive hugs and so much love my darling. "Susan said: "Sorry to hear your sad news, losing a pet is like losing a member of your family. On a brighter note, I came to see you in Newcastle.
First visit to the theatre on my own since my husband died. I loved every minute and you were amazing. Thank you for putting a smile on my face.
"Rachel said: "I had to have my horse of 21 years pts 3 weeks ago, it's absolutely broke me. " Taylor said: "Aw bless him. How sad for the others who are mourning his death, of course they will mourn him, he was part of their family.
" Jeff said: "Losing a pet is always a bitter blow. In fact, you CAN miss them more than some members of your family, I believe. " Trio said: "Aw I’m sorry to hear of your loss our animals are so important in our life.
Many were shocked and upset by Law Roach‘s retirement announcement earlier this week.
Instagram to reveal to his followers some devastating news. The For Love of Dogs star was forced to put one of his beloved pet pigs down, with many fans soon supporting him over the "awful" news. Paul took to Instagram to share a short video of his pigs along with the announcement in view of his 738,000 followers.
Miranda Lambert announced some major news on Wednesday that came as a complete surprise to her fans. The country music singer took to Instagram to reveal that she is preparing for a new "adventure" after deciding to part ways with her record label, Sony, after 20 years. The announcement was made even more poignant as she shared it on the 18th anniversary of the release of her first album, Kerosene.WATCH: How Miranda Lambert became one of the most successful country music singersSharing a collage of the stunning artwork for nine of her records, Miranda penned: "Since I was 19 years old, Sony has been my home in Nashville.
Paul O'Grady fans have rushed to show him support after he confirmed he had suffered a sad loss while on tour. The TV and radio star is currently travelling up and down the country as he plays Miss Hannigan in the touring stage version of Annie.
Gwen Stefani's three sons are incredibly close to both parents and split their time between the No Doubt singer's home with Blake Shelton, and their dad, Gavin Rossdale's.At their dad's home, they dote on family pet dog Chewy, who often features in photos on the Bush frontman's Instagram account.Tragically, Chewy had to go to hospital over the last few days due to an injury caused when he went in for dental work, and Gavin couldn't be more grateful that he is finally on the mend.VIDEO: Gwen Stefani's son Apollo hilariously calls famous mom outSharing an update of his beloved animal at the hospital, the musician wrote: "This guy is on fentanyl still in hospital.he'd like to thank you for all your good wishes and sweet notes. Love is love home tomorrow.
Celebs are speaking out in response to celebrity stylist Law Roach‘s shocking announcement that he is retiring from the industry.
“welcome to Miami” on Oscars night.The comedian, 58, spent the evening at a viewing party for the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday and his surprise attendance shocked guests — especially stand-up comedian Whitney Cummings.The “Made of Honor” star, 40, had been standing on a bar in Miami, Florida, when she spotted the “Grown Ups” actor coming towards her, as seen in a Twitter video.“Chris Rock is in the f – – king building!” she excitedly yelled into a microphone while downing a drink.The bash was held by Xeomin Aesthetic, an injection used to help lessen frown lines in between eyebrows.At the 2022 Oscars, Will Smith smacked presenter Rock following a joke the latter made onstage about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith.As a result, the “King Richard” star — who won the golden trophy for Best Actor that same year — was banned from attending the ceremony for 10 years.. @chrisrock just walked into the @VanityFair @XeominAesthetic #oscars #Oscars2023 viewing party in Miami and we were not prepared! @WhitneyCummings was pretty shocked as well..
Former ITV star of the Real Housewives of Cheshire Christine McGuinness has made a major life announcement. Eight months after her split from fellow ITV star Paddy McGuinness, the model and mum-of-three has well and truly come into her own.
slap heard around the world — but the world won’t get to hear one of Chris Rock’s jokes about it.A joke about Will Smith in Rock’s Netflix special “Chris Rock: Selective Outrage” was edited out after the comedian messed it up during the live show.Rock, 58, was joking about Smith, 54, and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, 51, toward the end of his March 4 show, specifically discussing a conversation he claims to have had with them about his hosting gig for the 2016 Oscars when he botched the joke.“Years ago, his wife said I should quit the Oscars; I shouldn’t host ’cause her man didn’t get nominated for ‘Emancipation,’ the biggest piece of s–t ever!” Rock said during Netflix’s first-ever global live-streaming event. “No, not ‘Emancipation,’ I f–ked up the joke.”The comedian meant to refer to the 2015 sports drama “Concussion,” a film based on the true story of neuropathologist Dr.
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With the Academy Awards this weekend, one can’t help but think about last year’s ceremony. And last year’s Oscars will forever live in infamy, thanks to Will Smith getting onstage and slapping Chris Rock in the face for making a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.
Netflix has edited out a mistake made by Chris Rock in his comedy special Chris Rock: Selective Outrage.In the special, the comedian addresses the moment at last year’s Oscars where Will Smith slapped him in the face onstage.At one point, Rock claims Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith were upset with him beforehand when he hosted the Oscars back in 2016.“Years ago his wife said I should quit the Oscars, I shouldn’t host ‘cause her man didn’t get nominated for Emancipation, the biggest piece of shit, ever,” Rock told the crowd in Baltimore, Maryland (via Decider).After naming the wrong movie, Rock quickly corrected himself, adding: “No, not Emancipation, I fucked up the joke. She started this shit. She said that me, a fucking grown ass man, should quit his job because ‘My husband didn’t get nominated for Concussion’.”The correction was pointed out by Vulture’s Jesse David Fox on Twitter, who wrote: “They fixed the Concussion–Emancipation slip up in the version that’s now on Netflix.”He added: “It makes me wonder if there has been other tweaks!”Speaking about the Oscars slap, Rock said: “Everybody knows it happened.
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Chris Rock‘s live Netflix special on March 4, Selective Outrage, has been making headlines thanks in large part to Will Smith.Rock infamously was slapped on-stage live at the Oscars in 2022 by Smith, after the comic made a joke directed towards Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith. Despite the incident causing outrage around the acting world, and beyond, Rock remained silent even when Smith eventually apologised.However, in Rock’s new stand-up special, which aired on the streaming giant over the weekend, he addressed the matter for the very first time. Though the DOGMA star’s response comes in the form of a multi-layered joke about the Smiths.Rock notably calls Smith a “bitch” and a “motherfucker” repeatedly throughout the segment, but also highlights how he believes Smith practices “selective outrage” whilst blasting the actor’s wife for revealing her infidelity to the Bad Boys star on her web-based talk show.The full transcript for the Netflix special can be read below:“Y’all know what happened to me, getting smacked by shug Smith.
The hook of IFC’s “Paint” seems to be “What if Bob Ross was challenged for public broadcasting painting supremacy by a younger and, yes, more inclusive artist?” Think “All About Eve” or “Showgirls,” in this case offering a set-in-their-ways veteran on-television painter and art instructor being usurped by a younger, more exciting upstart. Owen Wilson isn’t literally playing late painter Bob Ross, who died at the age of 52 in 1995. However, at least some of the comedy offered up in the latest trailer for “Paint” is contingent upon audiences being somewhat aware of the beloved, soft-spoken artist.
Kelsey Parker has broken hearts with an unseen pic of late husband Tom. The Wanted star Tom died from an inoperable brain tumour last March. In a fresh tribute on Instagram, Kesley posted a black-and-white pic for fans.
Chris Rock‘s new stand-up show Selective Outrage recently made history by becoming Netflix‘s first live-streamed event.The performance was broadcast from the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore, Maryland, on March 4 (March 5 in the UK), and also featured before and post-shows with guest stars.In his new set, Rock addresses everything from “non racist yoga pants” and spoiling his kids, to the Kardashians and his well-publicised altercation with Will Smith at last year’s Oscars.Having aired live over the weekend, the event is now available to stream on Netflix. However, the before and post-shows are not available on the service.The half-hour pre-show, titled The Show Before The Show, was hosted by Ronny Chieng (The Daily Show, M3GAN) and guests included Arsenio Hall, Leslie Jones and Deon Cole.The post-show, similarly titled The Show After The Show, was hosted by Spade and Dana Carvey, with guests including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, JB Smoove and Arsenio Hall.In Rock’s set, the comedian spoke in detail for the first time about about the incident at last year’s Oscars, in which Will Smith walked onto the stage and slapped him after he made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith.Addressing his run-in with Smith, Rock said: “Everybody knows it happened.
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Former Love Island star Paige Turley has thanked her loyal fleet of fans on social media for all their kind donations so far in memory of her late pal from her hometown in West Lothian.
IFC Films has unveiled a new poster for “Paint”, an upcoming comedy starring Owen Wilson as a public television painter strikingly resembling the iconic Bob Ross.