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MAFS UK fans 'can't unsee' Roy Cropper after Richie gets compared to Corrie icon
Married At First Sight UK fans "can't unsee" Roy Cropper after Richie gets compared to the iconic Coronation Street character.Richie Dews is currently starring on MAFS UK, with the musician marrying Canadian Lara at first sight at the start of the series.Last night (September 13) during the episode that saw Richie and Lara go through a very frosty patch in their partnership, Reddit users discussed who Richie reminds them of.READ NEXT: Married At First Sight UK star furious as 'great' scenes cut from wedding episodeTaking to Reddit, one person posted a split photo of Richie besides Roy and asked: "Does anyone else think Richie looks like Roy Cropper from Coronation Street?"One person commented: "I see it, also John bishop comes to mind."Another then added: "And sounds like Gary Barlow.""My friend said the other night that he looks like the Mark Owen in a low budget Take That tribute act and it’s all I can see now," penned a third.While a fourth simply said: "Can’t unsee it now!"And Reddit isn't the only place online that has people comparing Richie to Roy, Twitter users are too.Earlier this month one person took to Twitter and said: "Can’t unsee Richie looking like Roy Cropper now I’ve seen someone point it out."While a second pointed out: "Has anyone seen Richie and Roy Cropper in the same room? Just saying."Richie from Sheffield, South Yorks works as sales advisor but has worked in the music industry for 23 years.The music-mad hopeless romantic has a link to Sheryl Crow.Richie considers himself to be deep, emotional, a good laugh, clever, and socially and emotionally intelligent.
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Married At First Sight UK star furious as 'great' scenes cut from wedding episode
Married At First Sight UK's Richie Dews has expressed his annoyance after a "great" scene didn't make the final edit.The rocker who tied the knot with Lara Eyre delighted viewers as he performed a specially written song for his new bride who he first met at the alter.Richie, 51, and Canadian Lara instantly hit it off on their wedding day with even Lara's son getting on with his nephew.READ MORE: Married at First Sight UK spoilers: Chanita and Jordan clash as honesty box returnsHe also explained that he's often fearful that his partner will leave him or "he's not good enough", but didn't get those vibes from Lara.Now, speaking exclusively to the Daily Star, the musician who has previously appeared on ITV's Take Me Out, Richie admits he wished viewers saw one key scene.He said: "I did get to chat to the father-of-the-bride at the wedding and he was a really lovely guy."So I kind of wish this had made the cut and some of his great speech had been included.""Aside, the viewers definitely missed out on the bridge and chorus of the wedding song!"Richie from Sheffield, South Yorks, admits that the producers of the show certainly painted him in true spirit, explaining: "You really have to put your faith in the production company from the very start to get the most out of the experience and for me, it's definitely been so far so good."You try to be as true-to-yourself as possible throughout the experiment but let's face it, there's always going to be times you look away from the screen but that's life."Nothing's ever perfect and being a part of this whole thing really is something to be celebrated, at least by me!"Reflecting on his nephew being a part of his big day, he added: "My nephew is a super-mature and switched-on young
Simon Thomas - Philip Schofield - Dan Walker - Vernon Kay - Itv - Simon Thomas expecting child five years after death of first wife 'Little blessing!' - express - city Sheffield
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Simon Thomas expecting child five years after death of first wife 'Little blessing!'
The star then shared a collection of clips from his life with Derrina, 31, as they smiled alongside his son Ethan, 13, who Simon shared with Gemma.Fellow presenters Dan Walker, Vernon Kay and Jenni Falconer congratulated the star on his announcement. Simon found love with Derrina two years after Gemma's death and they got married in 2021 at Norwich Cathedral. The former Blue Peter presenter went on to share a picture of himself looking happy on his wedding day as he walked with his now-wife down the aisle. Guests attending the wedding included former Blue Peter presenters and CBBS hosts. He still speaks openly about his late wife’s death. The pair married in 2005 at which time they gave birth to son Ethan. Gemma studied at the University of Sheffield before she went on to work at the Electoral Commission. Ethan was eight at the time of her death.In April 2018, Simon announced that he would be taking a break from his job at Sky Sports to spend more time with him.That same year he appeared on This Morning to describe the time he was forced to tell his son his mother had died – leaving Holly Willoughby in tears.He told Holly and Philip Schofield: "I think I woke up every one [in the hospital] as I screamed. I screamed to God saying: 'Why have you left my son without my mum?'"I got home [afterwards] and grabbed him and looked deep into his brown eyes and said: 'They couldn't make mummy better'."You can't dress it up.
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Eurovision champs Maneskin's VMA performance censored after major wardrobe malfunction
MTV were forced to cut away from Eurovision winners Måneskin's performance at the VMAs on Sunday night after the bassist suffered a major wardrobe malfunction.A few moments into the performance the TV network cut away from the stars and showed visuals of empty chairs.This was because their bassist top appeared to fall off, causing her breasts to be fully exposed. READ MORE: Eurovision hero Sam Ryder wants duet with 'good laugh' Daniel Ricciardo at British GP According to Page Six, Victoria De Angelis had moved to the front of the stage as a crowd of dancers surrounded the Eurovision winners.As everyone jumped and danced, her top dropped down around her waist, completely exposing her.The star didn't let this faze her though and the 22-year-old simply kept playing the bass, causing the cameras to censor the performance.Fans, who had no idea about the wardrobe blunder, took to Twitter to share their confusion.One person wrote: “MTV disappointed you chose not to show performance!! Repeated empty seats played! What’s wrong you!? Ruined their performance. Owe Maneskin an apology!”While another penned: “I mean, Nicki can simulate masturbating on stage, but Victoria of Maneskin can’t show a covered nipple? seriously VMAS??A third commented: “Kinda f***ed that you cut them off just because Vic’s top, you didn’t even change the camera to the other three members just fully censored them.
Ryan Reynolds - Kirsty Gallacher - Ian Wright - Ulrika Jonsson - Rob Macelhenney - Kate Phillips - Gladiators return confirmed as BBC welcomes new 'superhumans' to iconic show - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Scotland - Sweden - city Sheffield
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Gladiators return confirmed as BBC welcomes new 'superhumans' to iconic show
BBC have confirmed that the popular programme Gladiators will be returning to screens next year.With a new generation of "superhumans" lined-up already to take on competitors across the country, we can already feel that this will not be a series that fans will want to miss.The programme has been revamped and taken over by BBC One and will be available to watch next year on iPlayer as contestants battle it out in the "ultimate test of speed and strength".READ MORE: Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney bought Wrexham after deciding to make a documentaryGladiators had originally run from 1992 for an eight-year period – drawing in huge success from audiences across the globe.Host Ulrika Jonsson and Gladiators Jet, Nightshade, Hunter, Wolf and Lightning shot to fame, with all becoming popular household names.In 2008 the programme did return to Sky for one year with Kirsty Gallacher and Ian Wright taking to the hosting helm, taking over from the Swedish TV star Ulrika and her co-star John Fashanu.The BBC is keeping tight-lipped over who will be taking part in the 11-episode series that is due to launch next year, but filming has been confirmed for Utilita Arena in Sheffield.BBC director Kate Phillips said: "Gladiators is back and a whole new generation of viewers can now look forward to watching a Saturday night spectacle like no other."Will the contenders have the will and the skill to succeed against our mighty new Gladiators? You’ll have to tune in to find out."Scot Cru, executive vice president of global formats and Unscripted Content for MGM Television, saying: "Gladiators is a format that resonates with viewers worldwide."We are thrilled to bring this revered series to the BBC and can’t wait to introduce our UK
Barry White - Reverend & The Makers return with new single ‘Heatwave In The Cold North’ - nme.com - city Sheffield
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Reverend & The Makers return with new single ‘Heatwave In The Cold North’
Reverend & The Makers have returned with a new single called ‘Heatwave In The Cold North’ – check it out below.The new track is the band’s first new music in five years, and first taster of an upcoming seventh studio album.Frontman Jon McClure described ‘Heatwave In The Cold North’ as being about “lazing around on a sunny day with your lover getting stoned.“Imagine if Barry White lived in Sheffield and you’re getting there,” he added.Listen to ‘Heatwave In The Cold North’, the first new music from Reverend & The Makers since 2017’s ‘The Death Of A King’ album, below.Last year, the band’s Laura McClure responded to comments that her group is a “lad band”, pointing out that she’s often treated as lesser than her bandmates because of her gender.The keyboardist, trumpeter and vocalist has performed on all six of Reverend & The Makers’ studio albums – most recently ‘The Death Of A King’.In a statement posted to the band’s social media, McClure said: “I am tired of explaining I’ve been in the band from the beginning, tired of saying ‘no, we’re not a lad band’, tired of making people see girls don’t always have to be the lead singers, tired of girls not being recognised as members of the band even when they’ve been in the same band for 15 fucking years…Last Christmas, frontman Jon offered free virtual gigs to fans who will be alone on Christmas Day. “I don’t like the idea that people will be alone at this time of year,” McClure explained in the video.
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