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EastEnders fans will recognise the new Amy Mitchell star from Silent Witness
EastEnders' Amy Mitchell, played by Ellie Dadd, collapses after taking drugs this week on Albert Square - but fans of the soap will recognise the young actress from another TV series.The daughter of Roxy Mitchell and Jack Branning has been played by four different actresses since being born into the soap in 2008.Abbie Burke had played Amy for eight years and was last seen on-screen in June, but earlier this month Ellie Dadd took on the role.READ NEXT: EastEnders' Melissa Suffield 'never watched soap' and doesn't talk to co-starsEllie might seem familiar to TV buffs though, as she played the role of Cat Shaw in Seven Times: Part One and Part Two which aired in January 2020.The episodes were about a post-mortem on a victim of domestic violence, which brought back troubling memories for recurring character Nikki.As well as popping up in Silent Witness, Ellie also appeared in the stage production of Matilda in 2015/2016.Ellie now plays the role of Amy, meaning she's on our screens much more frequently - and even more so at the moment while she's involved in a storyline about drugs.In EastEnders this week, drugs are given Jada (Kelsey Calladine-Smith) by Stuart (Ricky Champ).Falling out of Jada's purse, Denise takes them away from the mum-of-one and Amy quickly takes them.Trying to impress Howie's son Denzel (Jaden Ladega), Amy wants to prove to him how daring and rebellious she can be.Taking the drugs in a bid to show off, Amy ends up having a bad reaction and then collapses in the street.Amy's dad Jack (Scott Maslan) and her step mum Denise (Diane Parish) aren’t far away, and when they find her they quickly call an ambulance while in a state of shock.But what will happen to Amy? And will Denzel change his ways? Let us know
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Neighbours Robinson family stars now – drug addiction, tragic death and epic soap return
Neighbours fans are into the final few weeks of the show as it draws to a close after an impressive 37 years on our screens.The iconic family drama based in the Australian suburbs on Ramsay Street has seen hundreds of characters come and go through the years keeping fans hooked over generations.One key family throughout the course of the soap has been the Robinsons, who were the main focus of the show when it kicked off in 1985.Following the news that Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan will reprise their roles as as Charlene Mitchell and Scott Robinson, Daily Star take a look at where the most iconic members of the Robinson family are now.The iconic head of the Robinson clan Jim was the original Ramsay Street dad and an original cast member from the very first episode in 1985.Actor Alan Dale departed the role in 1993 after he fell out with show producers over pay rates for the cast.Since then he has landed countless big-name roles in America including in The OC, Ugly Betty, Lost, Star Trek: Nemesis, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.In 2007 Amazon named Alan as the Neighbours cast member they had sold the most DVDs of films and television shows featuring.Jim's son Paul rapidly became the head of the family as the years wore on with actor Stefan Dennis the only original cast member who is still starring in the show.His original was run from 1985 to 2003 but he swiftly returned to the show in 2004 and has been on Ramsay Street ever since.Stefan called his hiatus "a mistake" as he departed the show to pursue other jobs before eventually finding his way back.In his time away he starred in Glasgow based soap River City in the UK.One of the most globally recognised faces ever
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Watch Joni Mitchell sing in public for the first time since 2013
Joni Mitchell has delivered her first public performance in nine years, taking to the stage at MusiCares’ 2022 Person of the Year benefit gala.Mitchell was bestowed with this year’s titular honour on Friday night (April 1), following in the footsteps of previous recipients Aerosmith (who were celebrated with the title in 2020) and Dolly Parton (in 2019).Mitchell was not announced to be performing at the event, but joined the likes of Beck, Brandi Carlile, Cyndi Lauper, Stephen Stills, Jon Batiste and more to sing her 1970 classics ‘Big Yellow Taxi’ and ‘The Circle Game’.It marked her first time singing in public since June 2013, when she performed two short, impromptu sets at events being held in her honour, where she was initially booked to recite poetry. Prior to those, her last performance took place in 2002, with Mitchell having retired from touring altogether in 2000.Watch Mitchell singing ‘Big Yellow Taxi’ at the MusiCares gala below:At other points during the event, which took place at the Marquee Ballroom in Las Vegas, Mitchell was honoured with a sprawling roster of tributes.Among them were a cover of ‘The Jungle Line’ (from Mitchell’s 1975 album ‘The Hissing Of Summer Lawns’) performed by Beck, St.
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Generations sing to Joni Mitchell in pre-Grammys tribute
LAS VEGAS -- An 81-year-old jazz giant and a 15-year-old rock singer were the first to perform tributes to Joni Mitchell on Friday night.Such was the diversity of artists honoring a most diverse artist, Mitchell, a Canadian-turned-Californian, folkie-turned-rocker-turned-jazz explorer who was honored as the 2022 MusiCares Person of the year by the Recording Academy two days before the Grammy Awards.Herbie Hancock played a jazz piano rendition of music from Mitchell's 1976 album “Hejira” that was followed by a rocking version of 1974's “Help Me” from Violet Grohl, the teenage daughter of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, to open the tribute concert in a ballroom at the MGM Grand Las Vegas.Mitchell, sitting at the front table, brought out the teenager in many of the older entertainers.“When I first heard Joni Mitchell it was 1968 and I was 15 years old,” Cyndi Lauper, now 68, said. “I had never heard anyone sing so intimately about what it was like to be a young woman navigating this world.”Lauper recited several of Mitchell's lines that moved her most, before launching into “Magdalene Laundry” while playing mountain dulcimer.“I don’t know how you do what you do, I just know I need it like food,” Meryl Streep said in a video message played for Mitchell and the crowd.
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Jon Stewart defends Joe Rogan over Spotify row: ‘This overreaction is a mistake’
Spotify over comments made on his podcast.Neil Young was the first to pull his music due to Rogan spreading “misinformation” about COVID-19, with Joni Mitchell and Graham Nash following in solidarity.Spotify CEO Daniel Ek responded to the row in an official statement, saying that Spotify would be adding COVID-19 content advisories to all relevant podcast episodes and Rogan himself has publicly addressed the backlash in a post discussing “some of the controversy that’s been going on over the past few days”.Now, Stewart has waded into the row on his own podcast The Problem With Jon Stewart saying artists’ actions towards Rogan were “a mistake”.“There’s no question that there is egregious misinformation that’s purposeful and hateful, and that being moderated is a credit to the platforms that run them,” Stewart said. “But this overreaction to Rogan, I think, is a mistake.”He pointed to an episode of the Joe Rogan Experience in which Rogan argued with Australian media personality Josh Szeps about whether COVID-19 itself or its vaccine was more likely to make patients vulnerable to myocarditis.When the two disagreed, Rogan offered to look it up, and when he was proven wrong he accepted it.As a result, Stewart believed that Rogan was open to other opinions and urged artists not to not “leave, abandon or censor” but instead “engage”.Meanwhile, India.Arie has become one of the latest artists to leave Spotify over Rogan’s “language around race”.