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EastEnders Kellie Bright's glam snaps - braless display, sexy Star Wars and black corset
EastEnders favourite Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) will find out her fate in upcoming scenes.The former Queen Vic is facing a potential prison sentence for driving under the influence of alcohol while in charge of baby daughter Annie.On the day of Linda’s court hearing and Zack Hudson (James Farrar) comforts her as she reveals that her divorce from Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) is official.READ MORE: EastEnders Rainie Highway star Tanya Frank's life - rival soap stint to famous husbandJanine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) seethes when she realises Mick will still visit Linda if she goes to prison so gives a reluctant Jada money and blackmails her into helping her bring down her love rival.Linda says an emotional goodbye to her youngest children Ollie and Annie and with Mick by her side, she goes to the hearing and delivers a passionate speech about her mistakes.As fans of the BBC One soap wait for the verdict, Daily Star has taken a look back at some of actress Kellie Bright's glam snaps from over the year.Back in 2014, Kellie and some of her fellow EastEnders co-stars transformed into characters of Grease for BBC's Children In Need.Kellie donned a black corset with matching leather look trousers as she took on the role of Sandy Olsson.Her on-screen husband Danny Dyer played the role of Danny Zuko and the pair belted out "You're The One That I Want".The actress dressed to impress as she attended the National Television Awards back in 2019.She ditched her bra under the plunging gown as she posed up a storm on the red carpet.Kellie styled her signature blonde hair in loose curls and enhanced her ageless beauty with some glam makeup.The dress featured a teal coloured top with a multicoloured bottom.Kellie donned a show-stopping red
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Naga Munchetty risks fan fury as she admits Olivia Newton-John's Sandy 'annoyed' her
Naga Munchetty has risked angering fans by admitting Olivia Newton-John's Grease character 'annoyed the hell out of her'.The late star, who died at the age of 73 earlier this week, portrayed Sandra 'Sandy' Dee in the hit 1978 movie musical.Speaking about Olivia's passing on her BBC Radio 5 Live show, Naga stunned her fellow presenters by admitting she wasn't a fan of Sandy.READ MORE:BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty hits back as she's called 'most annoying person on TV'The BBC Breakfast presenter, 47, said: "You know, the character of Sandy, I will be completely honest...she annoyed the hell out of me."Asked to explain her controversial opinion of Sandy, Naga claimed that she didn't warm to the "spineless" character and admitted to preferring Rizzo.The hard-edged character was memorably portrayed by Olivia's co-star Stockard Channing. Naga added: "I thought she was a wet blanket to be completely honest."She was a wet fish, a jellyfish almost, spineless."In the end she turned it around but the character changed her personality to suit a guy, which bugs the hell out of me."And Rizzo was always the woman for me."While Naga admitted she wasn't a fan of Sandy, she still praised Olivia's Grease performance, concluding: "She did it so well didn’t she, Olivia Newton-John, I don’t think anyone else could have done it."Olivia passed away at her home in Southern California on Monday.Her death was confirmed on her official Facebook page.Olivia is survived by her husband John Easterling and daughter Chloe Lattanzi, 36.In a touching tribute to his late co-star, Danny Zuko actor John Travolta wrote: "My dearest Olivia, you made all of our lives so much better."Your impact was incredible.
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Abba pay poignant tribute to Olivia Newton-John as their 'hearts ache' for Grease star
ABBA have paid tribute to Dame Olivia Newton-John as the “nicest, kindest and most loving woman” and hailed her “brave fight” against an “invincible enemy” following her death from cancer.The British-born singer and actress died “peacefully” at her ranch in Southern California on Monday morning at the age of 73, with her husband John Easterling confirming the news on social media.Dame Olivia, who grew up in Australia, was best known for her starring role as Sandy in the 1978 film Grease, in which she appeared opposite John Travolta, who played Danny Zuko.READ MORE:Olivia Newton-John dies aged 73 after 30-year battle with breast cancerShe came fourth at the Eurovision Song Contest 1974 in Brighton, where Swedish pop outfit Abba triumphed with Waterloo, launching their careers.Anni-Frid Lyngstad and Agnetha Faltskog, who performed alongside Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson in the group, paid tribute in statements shared on the official Twitter page for the Super Swedes.Lyngstad, known as Frida, said: “What do you feel, what do you say when the nicest, kindest and most loving woman leaves us to travel somewhere else? The heart aches to know Olivia’s brave fight against an, in her case, invincible enemy.“That she never gave up or complained about her situation, but instead told us her story so that we would understand and want to help others affected."I am grateful to have known a person like you, Olivia, and you will always be in my heart.