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Penny Lancaster supported by proud Rod Stewart as she passes Special Constable training
Sir Rod Stewart, 77, was present and grinning proudly at the passing out ceremony, during which his 51-year-old wife Penny Lancaster was formally acknowledged as a fully trained Special Constable.The former model marched in a City of London police parade, clad in her black uniform and hat, to celebrate passing her training.Former model Penny had admitted to feeling as though her life lacked purpose following the menopause, and she was seeking a way to regain it through serving her country.She posed in her black, white and red checked uniform with a certificate of completion yesterday, confirming that her training programme was over, as she honoured the news by marching with a group of officers.Sir Rod has been fully supportive of her, proudly revealing on the Graham Norton show that she had trained for eight months and "loved" it."I backed her all the way.She says she loves giving something back, but more importantly she wants to protect the city she loves," he explained.Penny has already made her first arrest - of a man who tested positive for cannabis while driving earlier in the year - and she was able to serve the country during Queen Elizabeth II's funeral procession, too.She first got a taste for the police force when she appeared on the Channel 4 show Famous and Fighting Crime.The show sees celebrities trading in their usual day jobs to help the emergency services and walk in their shoes for the day.During the filming, she admitted to being "anxious" as she was harassed by a drug dealer who threatened to stab her.However, she was ultimately undeterred, and when her TV role ended, she applied to become a Special Constable - as a volunteer at first - to continue serving the country.No one had quite been expecting
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comments he made regarding cancel culture, in which he eloquently stated it was more about ‘accountability.’Also in the highly-praised interview with Times Radio, the Eurovision broadcaster was quizzed on author JK Rowling’s views on the transgender community, but Graham simply suggested speaking to actual trans people who have experience with such matters.The BBC star received an outpouring of support for his remarks, with social media users hailing him ‘eloquent’ and ‘one of the good guys.’“In what world are you cancelled? I think the word is the wrong word. I think the word should be accountability.”Graham Norton criticises John Cleese and tells #TimesRadio that cancel culture isn’t real.@mariellaf1 pic.twitter.com/mErngPl2kJAlas, Graham also seems to have received trolling from those who disagreed with what he said, just days before his Twitter account disappeared.One public figure who commended Graham for his comments was singer-songwriter Billy Bragg, who shared a clip and wrote: ‘Norton really good here on John Cleese, telling him that ‘cancel culture’ is just accountability, and JK Rowling, suggesting that the media talk directly to trans teens and their parents rather than merely amplifying the takes of a celebrity.’Harry Potter author Rowling responded, however, firing back: ‘Very much enjoying the recent spate of bearded men stepping confidently onto their soapboxes to define what a woman is and throw their support behind rape and death threats to those who dare disagree.
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NTAs fans fume Alison Hammond 'robbed' as Ant and Dec scoop Best Presenter gong again
National Television Award for Best Presenter has been handed to Ant and Dec – for the 21st year running.The pair won out against some tough competition this year, with the full nomination list made up of Graham Norton, Alison Hammond and Bradley Walsh.Ant and Dec had held onto the title for 20 consecutive years before the 2022 awards season.READ MORE: GMB's Susanna Reid swipes at Ant and Dec as she says 'someone else should win at NTAs'However, This Morning star Alison Hammond always hoped she could steal the gong from under their noses, with the support of her co-star Holly Willoughby.Holly told her on the show: “This is your year!”As Alison commented to The Mirror: “Could this be the year Ant and Dec hand over the gong to me?”Fans of the programme were fuming at the news, as they said Alison was "robbed".Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "Alison Hammond should have won that one, Ant and Dec ain't funny!""#NTAs they win every year FFS!" someone else chimed in.As another fan said: "Yeah definitely if anyone was worthy of breaking Ant and Dec’s NTA run it would have been Alison if more people had voted for her!"And Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid was clearly on the side of another winner as she swiped at Ant and Dec on the show, as her GMB co-star Kate Garraway said: "We all love Ant and Dec, but if it isn't them, I'd love it to be Alison."Susanna chimed in: "It's been them every single year," as Kate agreed: "They've had a run..."Alison was up for another award category, too, as This Morning was up for the Best Daytime Show award after 11 consecutive wins.Competition for the award includes Loose Women, The Chase and The Repair Shop.Sadly Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly had to pull out of an in-public attendance
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Graham Norton urges John Cleese to take accountability as he slams 'cancel culture' rant
John Cleese's use of it in an interview today.The BBC chat show host said it "must be hard" for the likes of the 82-year-old to perhaps tone down what they say on this day after speaking freely with no backlash for many years.The 59-year-old said: "You read a lot of articles in papers by people complaining about cancel culture and you think, in what world are you cancelled?"I'm reading your article in a newspaper, or you're doing interviews about how terrible it is to be cancelled?"Graham went on to suggest that the word should be replaced with "accountability" instead.He added to Times Radio: "John Cleese has been very public recently about complaining about what you can say and I just think it must be very hard to be a man of a certain age, who's been able to say whatever you like for years, and now suddenly, there's some accountability there.Nadia Sawalha 'very sure' she would never do Strictly after Kaye Adams"It's free speech but not consequence free."Earlier this year, the Fawlty Towers actor announced he will be fronting a documentary to find out if it's possible to create comedy without causing offence.A description about the show titled John Cleese: Cancel Me says he will "explore why a new woke generation is trying to rewrite the rules on what can and can’t be said".John has been no stranger to sharing what he deems cancel culture in recent years.Last year, he slammed BBC owned UKTV for temporarily removing an episode of Fawlty Towers.A 1975 episode titled The Germans was taken off the streaming service because it contains "racial slurs".At the time, the streaming service said it expected to reinstate the show with "extra guidance" in "the coming days".After criticism about the move from John and others, the
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Eurovision Song Contest confirms Liverpool as host city for May 2023 show
The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will officially be held in Liverpool.Earlier this year, it was revealed the international music competition would be hosted in the UK amid last year's winning country Ukraine being deemed too high risk due to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.The UK placed second in the 2022 contest with Sam Ryder's Space Man. READ MORE: Eurovision Song Contest bosses deciding between Liverpool and Glasgow to host eventLast month, a shortlist of seven UK cities was whittled down to Glasgow and Liverpool and Eurovision presenter Graham Norton has now confirmed Liverpool will host next year's show on May 13.Graham revealed the chosen host city during an appearance on The One Show on Friday evening (October 7).Speaking to presenters Alex Jones and Roman Kemp, the RuPaul's Drag Race UK judge, 59, shared the exciting verdict after months of speculation.Initially, six Northern cities and the Scottish location of Glasgow were revealed to be in contention to fill in for a Ukrainian city as host.Alongside Glasgow and Liverpool, these included Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham and Newcastle.Eurovision 2022 was held in Turin, Italy following Italian band Måneskin storming to victory with their song Zitti E Buoni in 2021.Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra won the 2022 contest with their track Stefania but the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) ruled that runner-up the UK should host in Ukraine's place.Reacting to the news on Twitter, fans shared their delighted reactions.One fan wrote: "So glad Liverpool got the Eurovision. It makes perfect sense given they are known for their vibrant music scene.
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