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Katie Price and Peter Andre’s rocky romance – chaotic wedding to bitter divorce
Katie Price and Peter Andre became one of the most high-profile couples in showbiz, but their limelight marriage ended in tatters.The reality stars met as contestants in the I'm A Celebrity jungle back in 2004, and sparks flew between the pair despite Katie having a boyfriend at the time, Scott Sullivan.Glamour model Katie and pop star Peter were seen flirting with each other on camera and even shared a hammock one night on the ITV show.READ MORE:Katie Price's new Channel 4 film pulled off air as she pays tribute to QueenShortly after their Aussie jungle adventure, Katie and Peter became a couple and got hitched a year later in 2005, with a fairytale wedding to celebrate their soon-to-be-doomed love story.Daily Star took a dive into the infamous Katie and Peter love story to mark what would have been their wedding anniversary on Saturday (September 10).Katie and Peter got married at a lavish ceremony at the fancy Highclere Castle in Hampshire, which is where Downton Abbey was filmed.The lavish wedding was, quite literally, straight out of a fairytale as Katie rocked up in a Cinderella carriage pulled by six white horses.The bride-to-be looked every bit the princess in a bright pink satin wedding dress with an epic seven-metre train and a giant sparkling crown to match, with her hair tied up in a beehive bun.Peter didn't miss the memo either, because he turned up in an all-white tuxedo lined with Swarovski crystals.The smitten pair even sported matching fake tans before they said 'I do'; Katie even claimed Peter got hair extensions for the big day.The star-studded ceremony had a guest list boasting the likes of Charlotte Church, Wayne and Coleen Rooney and Paul Gascoigne.In keeping with the theme, bridesmaids carried pink
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Orbital and Happy Mondays announced for Kaleidoscope Festival 2022
Orbital and Happy Mondays are among the leading names on the line-up for Kaleidoscope Festival 2022.The one-day event, which takes place in the grounds of Alexandra Palace in north London, is set to return on July 23 following its sold-out festival in 2021.As well as Orbital and Happy Mondays, the likes of Charlotte Church’s ‘Late Night Pop Dungeon’, The Magic Numbers, House Gospel Choir, Crazy P, Craig Charles‘ ‘Funk & Soul Show’, DJ Yoda, The Cuban Brothers, Zero 7 (DJ set) and PBR Streetgang will all perform at Kaleidoscope Festival 2022.More acts are set to be announced by the event in the coming weeks and months, but you can see the line-up so far below.Tickets for Kaleidoscope Festival 2022 are on sale now from here.In a statement, Simon Fell, Kaleidoscope Director, said: “Kaleidoscope truly is a labour of love for us here at Ally Pally and we can’t wait to welcome everyone up to the Palace for this year’s festival.“The festival site is arguably one of the most beautiful anywhere, offering a chance to roam around our beautiful park and iconic Palace, with stunning views across the whole of London spreading out like a blanket behind the main stage. With an epic line-up, there can’t be many better places to dance away a hot, balmy, Saturday in July.“As an independent festival, run by a charity, the last few years have been a huge challenge.
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'It was like I’d seen a murder' Davina McCall breaks silence on The Masked Singer reveal
The Masked Singer unmasked after being “tortured by her friends and family”, who were desperate to know who was behind the cute and cuddly Panda identity.The star mocked her own shocked reaction, likening it to witnessing a murder scene. Davina, 54, took to Twitter tonight to share her live reactions to the show’s final episode with her 2.7 million followers. After a close final with fellow contestants Mushroom and Robobunny, the character of Panda came out on top. Robobunny was the first finalist to be voted out, revealing himself to be Westlife star Mark Feehily, 41.Coming in second place was Mushroom, who the judges guessed correctly to be operatic sensation Charlotte Church, 35.When Panda was unmasked, she turned out to be none other than late nineties pop icon Natalie Imbruglia, 47.When Davina saw Natalie, she covered her hand with her mouth and screamed repeatedly. Including a clip of herself doing just that, Davina tweeted a string of laughing emojis with the caption: “It was like I’d seen a murder”.Davina also sent out another heartfelt tweet to Natalie, who admitted she was thrilled that people had found her character so funny during the show.“Arrrghhh @natimbruglia soooo cute x,” Davina wrote with a series of red love hearts.“‘I’ve never been funny  before’ yaaaaay!!!”This comes after Davina took to social media just minutes before the winner of the show was unmasked, complaining that her loved ones were “torturing” her for information.Addressing her 1.4 million Instagram followers in a video, she said: “I’m literally being tortured by my friends and family.”“Who is it?” a voice could be heard asking repeatedly in the background. “I’m not going to tell you!” Davina insisted, before another voice added: “You
Rita Ora - Natalie Imbruglia - Mark Feehily - Charlotte Church - The Masked Singer fans fuming as they say best singer hasn't won ITV show after final - dailystar.co.uk - Ireland
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The Masked Singer fans fuming as they say best singer hasn't won ITV show after final
The Masked Singer crowned Natalie Imbruglia its winner - but some fans of the ITV show felt her rivals had been robbed of the top prize.The epic final of the third series of the singing show aired on Saturday night (February 12), and it saw Natalie beat Robobunny and Mushroom for the top spot.Robobunny came third place, and was unveiled as Westlife star Mark Feehily - leaving judge Rita Ora gushing as she's a big fan of the Irish band.In second place was Mushroom, who was unmasked to be Welsh singer Charlotte Church.However, many fans weren't happy with the result, and they complained about the show on Twitter.Some fans felt Charlotte deserved to win the show.One said: "Charlotte Church robbed on #TheMaskedSinger"A second agreed: "Church ‘Mushroom’ deserved the win…don’t know why ‘Panda’ won. Vote defos wasn’t based off talent"A third fumed: "as if she was better than Charlotte church what a waste of my weekends"Other felt like Westlife's Mark should have been crowned the victor.One said: "Natalie Umbruglia?! Are you sh***ing me?! Thats nothing compared to Mark from Westlife doing multiple voices! Can't help but feel robbed"A second agreed: "Omg come on! Robobunny was way better! Mark from Westlife doing multiple voices! And you give it to some has been! Have a day off! Massive anti climax!"Others were delighted that Natalie won, though.One said: "Congratulations Natalie Imbruglia.
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Charlotte Church unveiled as Mushroom as she comes second in Masked Singer UK finale
The Masked Singer UK with fans finally learning the star behind the voice was Charlotte Church.The ITV talent show returned to screens on Saturday (February 12) for the final showdown with just Mushroom, Panda and Robobunny remaining.As Mushroom gave their performances – including a duet with Aston Merrygold in his Robin get-up, judges Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan were thoroughly impressed with the rendition of the hit.Weeks of speculation had fans and bookies believing opera sensation Charlotte was the voice behind the mask.Last week fans saw Traffic Cone eliminated as Aled Jones appeared under the elaborate guise, and Rockhopper unveiled as Destiny's Child star Michelle Williams.This series has seen some huge names in the showbiz industry get the chop from the show as they battled it out to reach the final.The first to face the axe was M People star Heather Small, who appeared as Chandelier.Gloria Hunniford was next to be eliminated from the show after Jonathan Ross correctly guessed her identity as Snow Leopard.Chart-topper Will Young then got the chop after he was revealed as the stunning voice inside Lionfish, and he said after his exit that competing on the show was a “brilliant challenge".Bagpipes was then unveiled as the former professional sportsman Pat Cash the following week after judges Davina and Jonathan debated if it was him hiding inside the Scots inspired costume.Making it all the way to the halfway milestone, Poodle was next to be shown the door when he was revealed to be Tom Chaplin from the rock band Keane.Then the quarter-final saw Firework unmasked as Rita Ora’s friend and actress Jaime Winstone, the double-elimination also saw Doughnuts - who turned out to be famous
Joel Dommett - Rita Ora - Michelle Williams - Davina Maccall - Charlotte Church - Aled Jones - The Masked Singer's Mushroom identity 'rumbled' as vocal expert spots telling clue - dailystar.co.uk - county Ross - state Missouri
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The Masked Singer's Mushroom identity 'rumbled' as vocal expert spots telling clue
The Masked Singer have been scrambling their brains to uncover the identity of the final three characters on the show – but a vocal expert might have finally exposed the celebs behind the mask.The nation’s favourite ITV guessing game, hosted by stand-up comic Joel Dommett, returned to screens last month with the third instalment of the popular Korean-inspired talent show.The hit show sees masked stars dress up in elaborate costumes as they sing their hearts out on stage while trying to fool the public by keeping their true identity a secret.Most recently, Traffic Cone was finally revealed to be Welsh opera singer Aled Jones shortly followed by Rockhopper who was unmasked as none other than Destiny’s Child member Michelle Williams.With just one week left to put in their final bets behind the celebrity faces on the show, judges Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan, Davina McCall and Rita Ora are preparing for an epic showdown as they fight for the chance to be crowned this year’s winner.Although their identity remains a secret, fans have been putting their detective caps as they flooded social media with their final guesses in a bid to rumble the secret singer.Now, vocal expert Cece Sammy Lightfoot has unearthed some key insights about the final three characters after studying their voice and behaviour during their performance on the big stage throughout the series.In an exclusive interview with the Daily Star, Cece confessed that popular contestant Mushroom could be one of her former clients Charlotte Church.She revealed: "I think it’s her, I think it’s Charlotte Chruch.
Marvin Gaye - George Michael - Rita Ora - Jonathan Ross - Lily Allen - Aisling Bea - Davina Maccall - Vicky Macclure - Will I (I) - Aretha Franklin - Charlotte Church - queen Bee - Joss Stone - Mo Gilligan - ITV releases brand new clues to The Masked Singer identities ahead of grand final - dailystar.co.uk
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ITV releases brand new clues to The Masked Singer identities ahead of grand final
The Masked Singer fans will discover who Mushroom, RoboBunny and Panda really are this weekend - with Saturday (February 12) playing host to the show's grand final.But to help you out, the clever team behind the smash ITV show have given us exclusive new clues as to the characters’ true identities.So here they are - along with other pointers and guesses from the TV judges and viewers.Can you beat Jonathan Ross, who has topped his rivals Davina McCall, Mo Gilligan and Rita Ora by guessing three celebrities correctly this series?Jonathan joked about his success: "I’ve been paying attention to the clues and then you’ve got to also never, ever, ever listen to Rita Ora."Also helping the panel out in the final is last year’s winner Joss Stone (who was Sausage).There is also a treat for the finalists as - in a series first - they will get to duet with some old faces from the past.Robobunny will be joined by Queen Bee (Nicola Roberts) to sing Aretha Franklin and George Michael’s I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me).Panda will team up with Hedgehog (Jason Manford) for Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston’s It Takes TwoAnd Mushroom gets to sing with Robin (Aston Merrygold) on Rihanna’s We Found Love.New clue: Will I win on Saturday? It wouldn’t be the first time funnily enough.Other series clues: She likes to start new things, took the panel "back to school" with one performance, has planted themselves in the woods "far from home", may have her own perfume, wants to "bring peace and love, man", showed us two pints of milk and had the letter W planted in bushes around her.Guesses so far: Charlotte Church, Sia, Rebel Wilson, Vicky McClure, Aisling Bea, Lily Allen and Willow SmithNew clue: The Masked Singer has been one helluva ride but I can’t wait
Stephen Mulhern - Charlotte Church - The Masked Singer fans spot odd clue that 'confirms' Charlotte Church is Mushroom - dailystar.co.uk - Britain
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The Masked Singer fans spot odd clue that 'confirms' Charlotte Church is Mushroom
The Masked Singer UK fans were not already certain that Mushroom was Charlotte Church then their latest finding will certainly solidify a few things.Viewers of the wacky guessing game show will go to extreme lengths to uncover key clues that will identify those hiding behind each character on the show.One identity that has proven bothersome to fans is the person hiding behind the mask of Mushroom.While fans in the past had suggested that the Welsh singer was the person in the purple and floral costume, they're now convinced they have rumbled solid proof.Eagle-eyed online users had spotted the Mushroom using a significant little finger gesture and some were certain they'd spotted Charlotte using the same move elsewhere.After scrolling through forty minutes of past Catch Phrase footage, fans uncovered Charlotte using the very same little finger motion on Stephen Mulhern's gameshow.According to viewers of the popular ITV show, Mushroom’s hand gesture to her chin is believed to be a direct indicator that the singer is hiding behind the mask.One excited fan shared side-by-side footage of the starlet doing the very same gesture and included the caption: "NO. way Charlotte Church literally did the same thing that Mushroom did."All the clues linking up, the song clue, the voice is literally her and now THIS!!!….
Kate Garraway - Piers Morgan - Derek Draper - John Barnes - Charlotte Church - Finding Derek - Itv - Kate Garraway's new TV job 'bittersweet' as husband Derek 'not well enough to enjoy it' - express - Britain
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Kate Garraway's new TV job 'bittersweet' as husband Derek 'not well enough to enjoy it'
Kate Garraway has landed herself a new TV job as the presenter of ITV's Life Stories, a chat show which Piers Morgan previously helmed.The programme, which kicks off its newest season tonight, consists of 60-minute episodes, with many famous faces expected to explore their personal and professional careers. The Good Morning Britain co-host will have Welsh singer Charlotte Church and former Liverpool football player John Barnes as her guests on the premiere episode. And while Kate's career has continued to skyrocket over the past year, the mother-of-two says the entire experience has been "bittersweet". While things couldn't be going better for the 54-year-old professionally, her husband Derek Draper is still fighting the long-term effects of Covid-19. The latter was hospitalised back in March 2020, where he stayed for 13 months after his Covid infection caused him to suffer from a rare brain inflammation, attacking his kidneys, lungs and liver. Following his release from the hospital, Derek returned to the family home in North London. And while fans would have hoped for his condition to have improved since then, it was just last month when Kate confessed that her husband still had a long way to go. Speaking of her stint as the new presenter of Life Stories, a source told New! magazine that while the journalist is excited about her new TV role, she's still dealing with the stress of Derek's health back home. Kate has scooped up so many accolades, such as an NTA for her ITV documentary, Finding Derek, which she also helped produce, on top of being recognised on the Queen's New Year's Honours list."This is all of Kate's dreams coming true, this is what she hoped would come from her doing I'm A Celebrity in 2019," a source
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