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Big Brother winner Kate Lawler has left fans feeling ‘old’ as she shared throwback pictures to her time on the third series. The 42 year old posted a selection of nostalgic snaps from her time on the show to mark 20 years since she first stepped foot in the iconic house. The mother of one went on to win the third series and secure the £70,000 prize, where she appeared alongside This Morning ’s Alison Hammond, BBC Radio 1’s Adele Roberts and the late Jade Goody.

Kate took to Instagram to mark the momentous milestone with photos of her and her housemates on the show, which she captioned: "Wanna feel old??" Get exclusive celebrity stories and reality tv news straight to your inbox with OK! daily newsletter . You can sign up at the top of the page. She continued: "On this day 20 YEARS AGO, I walked into the Big Brother house to take part in the third series of the O.G reality TV show.” She offered fans some “serious BB nostalgia” with screenshots of the young contestants figuring out how to live together harmoniously with all the cameras in place.

Kate added: "Swipe for some serious BB nostalgia. What were you doing this time 20 years ago? If you say you weren't even born you can get in the bin! #BigBrotherUK." The third season was the most-watched series in the show’s history, with the finale gripping 10 million viewers making it the tenth most-watched Channel 4 broadcast ever. Fans went wild for the 90s snaps, with one commenting: “Wow how time flies, you were my favourite and still are!” as another added: “It was THE BEST series.

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Big Brother winner Kate Lawler has left fans feeling ‘old’ as she shared throwback pictures to her time on the third series. The 42 year old posted a selection of nostalgic snaps from her time on the show to mark 20 years since she first stepped foot in the iconic house. The mother of one went on to win the third series and secure the £70,000 prize, where she appeared alongside This Morning ’s Alison Hammond, BBC Radio 1’s Adele Roberts and the late Jade Goody.
BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty has turned her focus "onwards and upwards" after admitting her latest gym session "wasn't easy".The host posted a rather sweaty workout snap on Wednesday (May 25), a day before taking to the iconic red sofa alongside her co-star Charlie Stayt to discuss the issues of the day.In the snap, Naga could be seen rocking a tight grey halterneck sports top and matching bra, with red wireless earphones in her ears ready to pump out encouraging music.Beads of sweat collected on her forehead after her intense workout, though Naga didn’t skimp on the glam, either - opting for a bold swipe of eyeliner and pale pink lipgloss, as well as glittering silver studs in her earlobes.Her brunette tresses were damp and curled atop her head as she gazed into the camera, writing: “That wasn’t easy.“At least it’s done. Onwards and upwards x.”I’m A Celeb star Adele Roberts rushed to support Naga after she interviewed her for BBC 5 Live, posting a heart-eyed emoji and fire emoji.As another fan posted: “Nothing worth achieving was ever made easy Naga! We love your work and best wishes!”Someone else encouraged: “Keep smashing it!”, as a third fan wrote: “Great work, it’s in the bank! Then go again.”“Well done you, keep it going, top woman!” another gushed.A fifth fan was quick to hail Naga as the "sexiest woman on the planet".It comes as Naga left fans frantic she might be leaving BBC Breakfast after her co-stars Dan Walker and Louise Minchin quit the show in a matter of months.Political correspondent Adam Fleming announced he's also taking a break, tweeting: "This is my last week at Westminster for a while because I’m going to do other stuff for a few months including #BBCNewscast.

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