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Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral: From Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh to Peep Show star Sophie Winkleman, which celebrities attended?
Buckingham Palace confirmed.Following her death, the Queen’s coffin was lying in state in Westminster Hall, with a whole host of celebrities joining the miles-long queue to pay their respects.Speculation was rife around which celebs would attend the funeral, after media personalities continued to share their condolences for the Royal Family throughout the period of mourning.Bear Grylls was one of the first stars to be pictured outside Westminster Abbey in London, flashing a smile and a wave as he arrived at the historic building.The TV personality was there as chief scout and he represented Scouts at the state funeral, paying his final respects to the Queen, who was a patron.Bear was appointed the youngest-ever Chief Scout aged 35 in 2009, before starting his second term in 2015.On Monday morning, the organisation wrote on Twitter: ‘Chief Scout @BearGrylls, will represent Scouts at State Funeral today and pay final respects to our Patron, HM The Queen.’Another confirmed attendee was Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh, who attended the funeral as part of the Canadian delegation.Head to Metro.co.uk'sQueen Elizabeth II tag page for the latest updates, and sign Metro.co.uk's book of condolence to Her Majesty here.The star took part in a procession of national honours as part of the service, joining fellow Canadians musician Gregory Charles and Olympic swimmer Mark Tewkesbury.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, as well as current and former governors and leaders, also travelled to the UK to represent the North American country.Founded by Queen Elizabeth in 1967, the Order of Canada recognises outstanding achievement, dedication to the community, and service to the nation across all sectors of
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Rylan Clark’s celeb feuds from Gary Barlow to Edwina Currie as It Takes Two returns
Strictly Come Dancing is back and that means the return of Rylan Clark with his spin off show, It Takes Two.The 33-year-old, along with his co-host Janette Manrara, is the face of the mid-week “fanzine” programme on BBC2 at 6.30pm.Fans have expressed their delight at seeing the former X Factor contestant back on their screens following a tough year for the presenter.He recently released his memoirs, Ten: The Decade That Changed My Future, in which Rylan makes a number of candid confessions.The book reveals how the breakdown of his relationship last year impacted both his physical and mental health, including revealing how he suffered two heart failures in the wake of his split from ex Dan Neal.Rylan has rarely been out of the limelight since his reality TV emergence — and he has had a few public spats in that time with other stars.Rylan fell out with Gary Barlow when the Take That singer was a stand-in judge on The X Factor.Songwriter Barlow made no secret of the fact he did not rate Rylan’s vocals when sitting in for Simon Cowell as a judge on the 2012 series of the singing contest.The pop star even stormed off set when the hopeful got put through during the first week of eliminations over his preferred act.The pair exchanged jibes throughout the series, with Gary telling Rylan after one performance: "I'm glad you learned the trick that when you pull the mic away – we don't hear what you're singing."Rylan lashed back on Twitter, telling the then-judge: "I'd rather be 'absolute s***' than just stand there and sing the same old stuff every week on the spot… #boreme @GBarlowOfficial."He later branded the judge 'Gary Bore-low' and got a fake tattoo of his rival on his back for a magazine shoot.In 2019, they announced they
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The One Show's Alex Jones takes savage music career swipe at BBC co-star
The One Show got off to a savage start on Thursday night (September) when host Alex Jones took a savage dig at her co-star.The hit BBC One programme had only just begun when Welsh presenter Alex decided to swipe at Ronan Keating in front of the nation.It's no secret that former pop star Ronan was a member of Boyzone, one of the biggest boybands ever, before he turned his talents to broadcasting.READ MORE:BBC's The One Show fans 'in tears' as Jeff Bridges opens up on cancer battleHowever, it seems Alex isn't that impressed with her co-host's music career, at least if her cheeky jibes are anything to go by.Or a better way to put it might be that she hinted she thinks Take That are simply bigger or better than Boyzone.Alex teased Ronan as she introduced the star-studded guests on Thursday's show, which included Take That legend Mark Owen, veteran broadcaster David Dimbleby and Country icon Shania Twain.She said: "He's one third of one of the biggest boybands of all time..." before looking over at Ronan, who looked rather excited as if he thought she was talking about him.However, Alex snubbed Ronan when she looked away from him and quipped: "Take That," and she couldn't help giggling.Playing the sketch well, Ronan looked away gutted at his colleague's assessment before carrying on with the show.Mark was there to plug his new tour and his upcoming album, Land of Dreams, which is set for release at the end of September.It comes after Gary Barlow promised Take That fans that plenty was in store for the iconic boyband.Speaking on The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on Radio 2, he said: "There's a lot of Take That stuff coming up in the future.
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Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral: From Sir Elton John to David Beckham and Sir David Attenborough, which celebrities might attend?
Buckingham Palace confirmed.Following her death, the Queen’s coffin has been lying in state in Westminster Hall, with a whole host of celebrities joining the miles-long queue to pay their respects.Speculation is rife around which celebs will attend the funeral, with Bear Grylls already pictured outside Westminster Abbey in London, as one of the first confirmed celebs in attendance.The TV personality is there as chief scout and he will represent Scouts at the state funeral and pay his final respects to the Queen, who was a patron.Another confirmed attendee is Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh, who will attend the funeral as part of the Canadian delegation.The star will take part in a procession of national honours as part of the service, joining fellow Canadians musician Gregory Charles and Olympic swimmer Mark Tewkesbury.Also spotted was Peep Show’s Sophie Winkleman, who holds the title of Lady Frederick Windsor as she is married to Lord Frederick Windsor, the son of Prince Michael of Kent – a cousin of the Queen.Over the past week, the likes of David Beckham, Holly Willoughby, Phillip Schofield, and Tilda Swinton were among those viewing the Queen’s coffin.Footballing legend Beckham has been a vocal supporter of the Queen over the years, and received an OBE in 2013 for his services to the sport.He was recently praised by fellow royal fans for queueing for 13 hours with members of the public before becoming tearful as he bowed his head to Her Majesty’s coffin in respect inside the Hall.Head to Metro.co.uk'sQueen Elizabeth II tag page for the latest updates, and sign Metro.co.uk's book of condolence to Her Majesty here.Actress Tilda also cut a sombre figure as she viewed the coffin after joining the queue when it was five
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‘Those little moments' Gary Barlow shares rare insight into his relationship with Queen
Queen Elizabeth II.The former Take That star paid his respects to her following the monarch’s death last week and ahead of her state funeral today. The singer and TV show judge said he had a “tear in my eye” when he heard the news of the monarch's death. Gary - who first met the Queen in 1993 at the Royal Variety Performance - said she “did such a wonderful job and was such a wonderful example to us all".He said that the pair may have met up with one another as many as 30 times over the last 30 years. Gary spoke to The Sun about his track Sing, which he co-wrote alongside Andrew Lloyd Webber for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, which formed part of an “impromptu concert” for the monarch.The concert, said the hitmaker, was an intimate gathering where he performed Sing for the Queen around the time of her birthday that same year. He said that the track was one of the Queen’s “favourite songs”. Gary told the publication that she had a way of putting people at ease around her, and wasn’t as intimidating as her title would suggest. He said: “She was so good at putting everyone at ease, she never let anyone feel intimidated.”Gary explained her focus during the Platinum Jubilee concert earlier this year was for everyone else to have a good time, rather than the focus being on her alone. Gary was propelled to mainstream success as part of Nineties boy band Take That. He also has previous experience judging music talent contests, having been a judge on The X Factor from 2011 to 2013.However, the Rule The World singer spoke in the past about feeling completely out of his comfort zone when having met the Queen on one occasion. The pop star had been asked to mastermind Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee concert in 2012 which included
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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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Gary Barlow removed all mirrors from house after weight gain following Take That split
Gary Barlow was so disgusted with his weight when he was at his heaviest of 17-and-a-half stone he removed all the mirrors from his house.The Back For Good singer saw his weight balloon in the wake of Take That's 1996 split and after he was dropped as a solo artist by his record label in 1999.Gary gorged on chocolate, takeaways and alcohol as well as heavily smoking cannabis and cigarettes.READ MORE: Gary Barlow worries fans as he offers health update on wife after ‘big operation’His depression about the apparent end of his career as a pop star was made worse by former bandmate Robbie Williams’ chart success, and he locked himself away at home.When he got sick of seeing the reflection of his bloated body he made the decision to ditch his mirrors rather than lose the weight.Sharing one of the toughest times of his life in his one-man theatre show A Different Stage, Gary said: "I’ll be walking down the street and someone would shout, 'Hey Gary, Robbie’s doing well isn’t he.'"Walk past a building site and they’d stop and sing Let Me Entertain You."One day I just thought, ‘Oh god, I’ve got to do something about this.’ So I did, I stopped walking down streets and bought a house I used to ride past on my BMX, shut the gates and didn’t come out."There was a little menu any given day for 1999, breakfast spliff – wake and bake – 11am Quality Street, eat all the ones you like, leave all the ones you don’t, 1pm more food … and then 4pm all the Quality Street you didn’t eat in the morning and then 6pm the doors are open, it’s party time, Jack Daniels and Coke, oh and cigarettes, 40 on a bad day, 60 on a good one."Now, a guy doesn’t want to see himself go through this."One morning I caught myself in the mirror and I thought, 'Oh no,
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Re-watch Paul McCartney, Elton John, Robbie Williams and more play at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert
Paul McCartney, Elton John and Robbie Williams, has started to recirculate following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.The UK’s longest-reigning monarch passed away yesterday (September 8) at her Balmoral estate in Scotland, aged 96.As tributes continue to be paid to the Queen, footage of memorable moments from across her reign are being broadcast on TV networks and online.Footage of the star-studded Diamond Jubilee Concert, which took place outside Buckingham Palace in central London on June 4, 2012 to mark the Queen’s 60th year on the throne, is one such moment being remembered.Organised by Take That‘s Gary Barlow, the concert featured performances from the likes of John, Williams, Grace Jones, Ed Sheeran, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, Stevie Wonder and Madness.McCartney closed the show with a short set that included ‘Magical Mystery Tour’, ‘All My Loving’, ‘Let It Be’, ‘Live and Let Die’ and ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’.You can see official BBC footage of the concert-ending firework display below.McCartney was among a host of famous names to pay tribute to the Queen following the news of her death yesterday, writing: “God bless Queen Elizabeth II[.] May she rest in peace[.] Long live The King.”Elton John, meanwhile, spoke about the monarch during his show in Toronto, Canada last night.“She was an inspiring presence to be around — I’ve been around her and she was fantastic,” John told the crowd.
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BBC The One Show's Alex Jones reassures Gary Barlow after 'doomed' career confession
Gary Barlow has revealed the shocking moment he knew his musical career in America came crashing down.As hosts Alex Jones and Jermain Jenas welcomed the singer onto the panel on the latest episode of the BBC’s The One Show, Gary, 51, was asked about an episode where he travels to America and found himself singing infront of music icons Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston.Gary went on to say that a sudden change in song format left him performing on stage “not knowing what the hell” he was doing.READ NEXT: The One Show pulled off-air in schedule shake-up as Alex Jones addresses 'tricky' periodHe told viewers at home: “It was a funny one because about two hours before the big launch the record label said you’re gunna be performing to a remixed version of your song.“And it was all jumbled up so it was like the verse was jumbled up with the chorus and I walked on to the stage not knowing what the hell I was doing.”He added that the performance led to the demise of his career across the pond.“And of course it wall went completely wrong. And that was kind of farewell to America for me I’m afraid.”Alex Jones tried her best to reassure Gary, saying: “you don’t need America, you’ve got us,” as Gary chimed in: “I just go there on holiday now.”Gary also confirmed reports that Take That are set to embark on their highly anticipated world tour next year.
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Gary Barlow says death of his daughter is a 'scar he will die with' after heartache
Gary Barlow has revealed the death of his daughter will be a "scar he will die with" as he reflected on his heartbreaking loss.The Take That frontman who recently launched his one-man show on London's West End opened up during A Different Stage to a packed audience.Gary, 51, treated fans to stories about his life and growing up in Cheshire to stories about being part of Take That who at one stage was the biggest band of their day.READ MORE: X Factor's Sam Callahan still blocked by 'Mr Nasty' Gary Barlow over naked Twitter snapDuring the show, he openly discussed his battles with alcohol and cannabis as well as his experience with bulimia.The hitmaker also candidly spoke about how his wife of 22 years, Dawn, tragically have birth to their daughter Poppy who was stillborn, just days before he was set to perform at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.Speaking to the audience, Gary said: "It's August 2012, Dawn has gone for a last-minute check-up, only four days to go, we're all so excited."Name is on the nursery, Moses basket, cot, clothes all over the floor waiting for the main player to arrive."Dawn calls and something's wrong, now this is one of those phone calls where you live a lifetime in a second."He went on to add: "We all have coping mechanisms, back there was the bulimia and the hallelujahs in the toilet."I'm not saying just having a run is going to cure it, but those were my coping mechanisms, I dealt with this by turning into bloody Inspector Gadget."OK everybody, 'what to do' lists, peak to the doctors, tick, clothes for the hospital, tick, somewhere for the kids to go, tick, the only problem is Inspector Gadget doesn't have a gizmo for this."It was like someone sitting in our house and
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