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Gloria Hunniford - GMTV star Ross Kelly looks unrecognisable two decades after ITV's This Morning exit - - Scotland
GMTV star Ross Kelly looks unrecognisable two decades after ITV's This Morning exit
This Morning back in 1990, also co-hosting Friday's back when Richard and Judy were the main hosts of the show.His popularity with viewers served him well and he went on to join GMTV as a producer, reporter and presenter just three years later where he remained until 2000 when he made his return to This Morning.READ MORE: Phil and Holly’s ‘queue jumping’ backlash sparks petition to remove hosts from This MorningThe Scottish star also broadened his career path by becoming the quizmaster on property-based gameshow Whose House in 1999 and presenting Scottish gameshow Burn Your Bills.He also took on a hosting role for Heaven and Earth, and appeared on Lily Savage's Blankety Blank in 2001.Ross has since stepped away from a career in the limelight but hasn't lost contact with his old friends - having been snapped attending fellow scot Lorraine Kelly's birthday party back in 2014.The bearded greying man is a far cry from the clean-shaven face we were all familiar with but he still cuts a striking figure in his smart attire.Before he found fame Ross attended the University of Edinburgh where he graduated with a degree in Literature and Language.He went on to work at Central Television before joining Lookaroundand beginning his pursuit of a career as a broadcast journalist.Ross joined This Morning at a time when it was at it's peak with hosts Richard and Judy greeting fans daily from the show's original studio on Liverpool's Albert Dock since 1988.He regularly hosted alongside Gloria Hunniford's late daughter and former Blue Peter host Caron Keating, who tragically died from breast cancer in April 2004.Richard, 66, and Judy, 74, sensationally quit the show in 2001, moving to a Channel 4 afternoon offering in a big money deal.They
Gloria Hunniford - Gloria Hunniford admits husband was left in 'agony' after taxi accident almost killed him - express
Gloria Hunniford admits husband was left in 'agony' after taxi accident almost killed him
Loose Women star Gloria had revealed to in unearthed quotes from 2020.Stephen had just left the Royal Variety Performance when he tried to hail a taxi - with ill-fated consequences."He was waiting for it to come over from the other side of the road but, in the meantime, another taxi came whizzing around the corner and it would have killed him had he not jumped out of the way," a traumatised Gloria revealed.She added that Stephen was in "agony", but initially refused to seek help."Because men are very macho we continued on to the hotel where the after-show party was being held and staff got him paracetamol," she explained.The next day, they attended the Pembury hospital together where the fracture that had almost left him incapable of movement was diagnosed.He was sent home and instructed to wait for it to "heal naturally".For the first 10 weeks, Stephen was totally unable to walk, but the hospital fortunately had confirmed that his condition would not be permanent.It could all have been very different - and Gloria has extended her gratitude to the NHS.Revealing that her husband had been rescued not once, but three times by the health service, she added: "I owe the NHS for my Stephen's life."The first close shave he'd had was in 2004 when he suffered a mild heart attack, which Loose Women star Gloria believes was induced by grief.Stephen has lost four of his siblings to heart issues, and his own attack kicked in after the grief of losing his "favourite brother"."Stephen is an emotional man and I think he was so distressed at losing George instantly that it sparked something," she elaborated sadly.Fortunately, despite his family history, he has been able to keep any further issues at bay by maintaining his
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X Factor's Sam Bailey's son off school for a year in pyjamas due to 'broken system'
X Factor legend Sam Bailey has revealed that her son Tommy has not attended school in a year as she discussed the "broken" education system in England.The songstress who won the ITV talent show in 2013 explained that her youngster who has autism has been at home for a year, wearing his pyjamas and receiving "hardly any education".During an appearance on Loose Women, the singer and actress opened up about her year-long battle to get Tommy in school.READ MORE: X Factor icon Cher Lloyd now - pop career flop, hunky husband and bitter Cheryl feudThe youngster was diagnosed with autism and dyspraxia back in 2020 after Sam and her husband Craig Pearson sought help and Tommy had an assessment.Sam, 45, claims she and her husband had noticed that Tommy was "different" to other children.Speaking to Loose Women stars Ruth Langsford, Brenda Edwards, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford the Take It Out on the Dance Floor hitmaker said: "He's been off school since July last year, so no school."He's been living at home in his pyjamas for a year with hardly any education."The year that I've had, the system is so broke."Mum-of-three Sam went on to say that Tommy couldn't remain in mainstream education as he needed to be in a specialist school which was more suited for his needs."Because he's autistic he can't go to a mainstream school because they can't meet his needs," she told the panel.However, due to a lack of funding, Tommy was unable to attend a school which would be able to cater to his individual needs.She went on to say: "I was stuck with him at home because they wouldn't give me the funding for him to go to a special school."Despite currently appearing as Mrs Potts in the West End version of Beauty and the Beast, Sam is still
Carol Macgiffin - Gloria Hunniford - Loose Women row as Carol McGiffin and Gloria Hunniford have heated love scams clash -
Loose Women row as Carol McGiffin and Gloria Hunniford have heated love scams clash
Loose Women panelists Carol McGiffin and Gloria Hunniford clashed over whether banks should foot the bill in love scams.At the beginning of the segment, Gloria revealed that she knew a woman who lost half a million pounds, suggesting the topic was close to her heart.Speaking about people that are victim of romance scams, Carol said: "I feel sorry for those women, my heart bleeds for people who must be so trusting and desperate and lonely."She continued: "I cannot accept that the bank would pick up the tab for it because that's the other customers paying for someone else's gullibility and I'm really sorry about that, but I don't want to pay for it."After Carol admitted that she wouldn't expect someone else to pay for it, Gloria informed her that "romance scams are different."Carol interrupted and said: "Yes but romance scams are in your head."Gloria then began talking about an HMRC scam and said people fall for it because they "get sucked in out of fear or being in debt."As Carol was explaining that those people are "professional scammers", Gloria said: "Let me just put the rest of it into context."Gloria continued to explain that in the last year, banks have had to join up and agree that some of these scams are genuine and they have to pay people back.Carol then jumped in and said: "But that's different, Gloria.
Coleen Nolan - Linda Robson - Jane Moore - Gloria Hunniford - Loose Women - Itv - Jane Moore aims 'ghastly' quip at Loose Women's Coleen Nolan after cheeky 'shove' on air - express
Jane Moore aims 'ghastly' quip at Loose Women's Coleen Nolan after cheeky 'shove' on air
Loose Women star Jane Moore took a cheeky swipe at fellow panellist Coleen Nolan yesterday. Jane told viewers Coleen “shoved” her at the start of the ITV show.Jane, 59, branded her Loose Women co-star Coleen “ghastly” in a tongue-in-cheek jibe as she kicked off the show yesterday.Coleen, 57, apparently shoved Jane, the panellist claimed live on air.Jane began: “Hello and welcome to your mid-week helping of Loose Women.“Joining me for lots of laughs and lunchtime chat, it's the ghastly Coleen Nolan,” she continued, as her colleague opened her mouth in shock.“Who just shoved me on air,” she revealed, causing Coleen to laugh.The pair quickly moved past the on-air banter, sitting down at the Loose Women panel with their fellow co-stars.The pair were joined by Linda Robson, 64, and Shani Dhanda, 35, as they began a discussion on the issue of lockdown has contacted Coleen’s representatives for further comment.Earlier this month, Coleen appeared on Lorraine for International Women’s Day, where she addressed rumours of feuding behind the scenes on Loose Women.Appearing beside Gloria Hunniford, Coleen confirmed that the drama always “ends at the desk”.Host Lorraine Kelly appeared to make reference to claims of friction between the panellists, though she suggested that it was not the case.She said: “And Loose Women is on today.
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Loose Women's Coleen Nolan says daughter told her to end marriage to her dad at just 15
Loose Women panellists, Christine Lampard, Coleen Nolan, Janet Street-Porter and Gloria Hunniford, discussed the heart wrenching topic of co-parenting through a separation.One of the topics covered in new ITV drama Our House is the issue of putting on a brave face for the children.The main protagonist’s husband turns up on her doorstep to tell her that their kids are "asking about Mummy" and suggests that they give it a go "for an afternoon".Host Christine Lampard, who had styled her long, dark hair in loose curls and wore a burgundy blouse with puffed sleeves and a leopard print pattern, asked her co-stars what they thought of the notion.She turned to Janet Street-Porter first, who said that she was once married to someone but "within 48 hours realised it was a big mistake".Janet then admitted that she bought her husband out and purchased their marital home from him which made her "value the house so much".She told Christine: "I didn’t have children, but I did have my house."Coleen then added her thoughts to the conversation: "I had to leave, I tried to make my marriage work and we stayed in the same house, probably for two or three years longer than we should have."She explained that the reason she stayed in the house was because she "didn’t want her kids to be from a broken home" as she "doesn’t think it’s a great way to bring kids up".The 56-year-old said she didn’t want to leave the impression that "that’s how relationships are" and tried to avoid them "growing up and thinking that was a normal relationship" because "it wasn’t".She went on to explain that her kids were seeing other children’s parents "holding hands and having a laugh," whilst at home Coleen "was one end of the couch and he was down at the other"
Rita Ora - Jonathan Ross - Michelle Williams - Davina Maccall - Aston Merrygold - Charlotte Church - Aled Jones - Gloria Hunniford - Mo Gilligan - Heather Small - Jaime Winstone - Tom Chaplin - Pat Cash - Charlotte Church unveiled as Mushroom as she comes second in Masked Singer UK finale - - Britain - Scotland
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