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Strictly hosts' eye-watering net worths revealed – Claudia, Tess, Rylan and Janette
Strictly Come Dancing returned with a bang last weekend as 15 new celebrities made their TV debut on the dancefloor for the first time.It wouldn’t be Strictly without the return of the beloved TV hosts including long-serving host Tess Daly and her witty co-host Claudia Winkleman.For fans struggling to get their ballroom fix during the week, Rylan Clark and Janette Manrara are back at the helm over on the BBC One spin-off show, It Takes Two.READ MORE: Strictly fans fret as Kaye Adams shows gruesome injury from 'lethal' dance trainingAs the star-studded line up prepare to face their first dreaded dance-off, Daily Star has taken a deep dive inside the net worth’s of the beloved presenters.Tess was born Helen Daly in Stockport, Cheshire on April 17, 1969 and grew up in the heart of Derbyshire.The 53-year-old dog lover now lives with her husband Vernon Kay in Fulmer, Buckinghamshire after welcoming two children together.She first started her career as a model after she was scouted in the street at the age of 18, which allowed her to work in Paris and New York for more than five years at a time.But her modelling career wasn’t limited to fashion shows and photoshoots, after she appeared in two Duran Duran music videos and even stripped nude for a music video by band The Beloved.Since then, the blonde bombshell has gone on to host a slew of TV shows, most famously hosting alongside Sir Bruce Forsyth since its first series back in 2004.After 10 years, the showman stepped down from the show where he was replaced by Claudia Winkleman who remains as Tess’ partner to this day.It’s fair to say Tess has amassed a huge fortune over her lengthy showbiz career, boasting a reported net worth of around £3million.
Elizabeth II - Sally Nugent - Jon Kay - BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent leaves studio with Jon Kay in major format shake up - dailystar.co.uk - Scotland - county Kay
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BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent leaves studio with Jon Kay in major format shake up
Sally Nugent and Jon Kay left the studio to host a special edition of BBC Breakfast this week following the Queen's death.The presenters normally host the BBC One morning show from the famous red sofa at the BBC's MediaCity studio in Salford.However, the pair were forced to ditch the comfort of the studio on Monday morning (September 12) as they were tasked with a special programme that paid tribute to the Queen.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast's Naga and Charlie divide viewers with special tribute to QueenIt comes after Queen Elizabeth II passed away "peacefully" aged 96 at her Balmoral estate in Scotland on Thursday (September 8).Instead, Jon appeared live from Edinburgh to kick off the show at 6am as the city became the first place that members of the public could view the Queen's coffin.He was a fair way from co-host Sally who fronted the show from outside Buckingham Palace, but both wore black outfits out of respect for the monarch.The Queen's coffin left Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire on Sunday and completed a six-hour journey to the city, a whopping 175-mile trip.Monday saw the procession move from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh where the coffin will rest for 24 hours, so people could pay their respects.The next day, the Queen's coffin will make the journey to Edinburgh Airport before being flown to RAF Northolt and Buckingham Palace.Mourners can then attend the Queen's lying-in-state, which will occur at the Palace of Westminster from 5pm on Wednesday until Monday (September 19), the day of the Queen's funeral.The last royal to lie in state was the Queen Mother in 2002, when more than 200,000 people came to view the coffin.The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle said it would be "an opportunity
Carol Kirkwood - Tina Daheley - Jon Kay - BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood admits to 'throwing a tantrum' as Jon Kay in disbelief - dailystar.co.uk - county Kay
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BBC Breakfast's Carol Kirkwood admits to 'throwing a tantrum' as Jon Kay in disbelief
BBC Breakfast turned tense after Jon Kay joked that beloved weatherwoman Carol Kirkwood “throws a tantrum” behind the wheel.During Monday’s (August 22) visit to the BBC studio, the 52-year-old broadcaster and his co-host Tina Daheley welcomed viewers back onto the red sofa to discuss the latest headlines to hit the news this morning.One of the biggest stories on everyone’s lips was a recent study which informed parents up and down the country when they could typically expect their children to have a tantrum during a lengthy road trip.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast's Tina Daheley caught using phone live on-air as Jon Kay left stunnedBut it turns out road trip tantrums aren’t restricted just to younger members of the family, after the TV presenter reassured viewers that even some of the sweetest members of the team could crack under the pressure when behind the wheel.As the pair welcomed Carol onto the show, Tina confessed that she could never believe that the blonde beauty would ever have a temper tantrum on the road.She said: “Shall we hear from someone who I can’t imagine has ever thrown a tantrum in her life, Carol.”It was at this point that Jon turned a shocked face over to his colleague as he reassured her: “Oh, she has!” to which the 60-year-old explained: “Especially when I'm driving, Tina.”The poor meteorologist went on to share her biggest driving pet peeves as she confessed she can be a frustrated driver on the road.She said: “When they don’t indicate, I pull out in front of you, stay in the fast lane, oh my goodness.
Lea Michele - Barbra Streisand - Fanny Brice - Jane Lynch ALSO leaving Funny Girl on Broadway ahead of schedule - dailymail.co.uk - Los Angeles - county Kay
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Jane Lynch ALSO leaving Funny Girl on Broadway ahead of schedule
Jane Lynch will be leaving the new Broadway revival of Funny Girl on August 14, three weeks earlier than originally anticipated.Although she was initially scheduled to leave September 4, she already had a planned holiday from August 15 to 23, the production told the Hollywood Reporter.She was also going to be out of the show on September 1 so she that could cross the country to Los Angeles for the Creative Arts Emmys.As a result, the producers decided that instead of having Jane come back for just one week, the 62-year-old could depart the production at the end of this week. On her way out: Jane Lynch will be leaving the new Broadway revival of Funny Girl at the end of this week - three weeks earlier than originally anticipated; seen in MarchJane has been a part of the current revival since it opened this year on April 24 with Booksmart star Beanie Feldstein in the title role of Fanny Brice - a part that was famously originated by Barbra Streisand in 1964.The current production features Jane in the role of Fanny's mother Rose, who was played by Kay Medford in both the original production and the 1968 movie adaptation, for which Barbra won her first Oscar.  Tovah Feldshuh was scheduled to take over for Jane on September 6, and that date is unchanged, so Jane's standby Liz McCartney will play Rose in the interim. Beanie received a spate of bad reviews for the new revival, and by July it was announced that Lea Michele would replace her in September.
Lea Michele - Barbra Streisand - Fanny Brice - Jane Lynch ALSO leaving Funny Girl on Broadway ahead of schedule - dailymail.co.uk - Los Angeles - county Kay
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Jane Lynch ALSO leaving Funny Girl on Broadway ahead of schedule
Jane Lynch will be leaving the new Broadway revival of Funny Girl on August 14, three weeks earlier than originally anticipated.Although she was initially scheduled to leave September 4, she already had a planned holiday from August 15 to 23, the production told the Hollywood Reporter.She was also going to be out of the show on September 1 so she that could cross the country to Los Angeles for the Creative Arts Emmys.As a result, the producers decided that instead of having Jane come back for just one week, the 62-year-old could depart the production at the end of this week. On her way out: Jane Lynch will be leaving the new Broadway revival of Funny Girl at the end of this week - three weeks earlier than originally anticipated; seen in MarchJane has been a part of the current revival since it opened this year on April 24 with Booksmart star Beanie Feldstein in the title role of Fanny Brice - a part that was famously originated by Barbra Streisand in 1964.The current production features Jane in the role of Fanny's mother Rose, who was played by Kay Medford in both the original production and the 1968 movie adaptation, for which Barbra won her first Oscar.  Tovah Feldshuh was scheduled to take over for Jane on September 6, and that date is unchanged, so Jane's standby Liz McCartney will play Rose in the interim. Beanie received a spate of bad reviews for the new revival, and by July it was announced that Lea Michele would replace her in September.
Katie Piper - Jay Aston - Frankie Bridge - Jane Moore - Itv - Bucks Fizz' Jay Aston recognised daughter's meningitis symptoms after husband's near death - express - county Kay - city Adams, county Kay
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Bucks Fizz' Jay Aston recognised daughter's meningitis symptoms after husband's near death
The Eurovision star appeared on Loose Women in April and was reduced to tears as she spoke about her ailing daughter. She revealed that Josie was in hospital after falling very ill the previous month, prior to being diagnosed with bacterial meningitis. The 18-year-old was admitted into intensive care and placed in an induced coma after her organs started to fail. Jay told Kay Adams, Frankie Bridge, Katie Piper and Jane Moore: “We almost lost her.”Continuing, Jay said that she was aware it was meningitis that Josie had, as her husband contracted the condition 19 years ago, so she knew how to spot it. She explained that Josie was her “silver lining” after losing her husband. “I knew what to look for,” she added. The star said on the show that Josie was comfortable with her mum going public with the news. She explained that her daughter wanted people to be aware of what happened to her. Jay added that Josie was healthy and on a fitness kick on the days leading up to her diagnosis. She said: “She called me to say she wasn't feeling well...“She'd been lying in the sun and I thought had a bit of heatstroke.”Jay said that she tried to bring her temperature down but failed. The star added that she had to take Josie to A&E herself, as the ambulances didn’t respond. A tearful Jay went on: “I had her in my bed with me and she woke up at about 3am and told me, 'I'm not right.'"She said then, breaking into tears: "If she'd gone in her own bed I don't think I'd have a daughter," before the panelists comforted her.Jay said that she found a rash on Josie's arm in the early morning after putting on her bedroom light to take a look at her.She said her reaction was “oh god, not again”.Jay confirmed it was nearly identical to what her
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