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Page 3 icon Keeley Hazell set to tell-all on famous romps as she lands book deal
David Walliams, 51, footballers Anton Ferdinand, 37, and Joe Cole, 40, and Ted Lasso actor Jason Sudeikis, 47.READ NEXT: Don’t Worry Darling drama explained – from Harry Styles 'spit' to Shia LaBeouf exitA favourite pin-up in the Noughties, she was regularly voted one of the world’s sexiest women.Keeley, who now lives in LA, posted she was “sooooooo beyond excited to announce that I signed a book deal”.The book chronicles Keeley’s experiences and struggles being a young woman growing up in a working class, poor family on a council estate, to becoming an object of male desire as one of the UK’s most successful Page 3 and glamour models of all time.The book explores class, feminism, fame, abuse, sexual violence, and what it means to be a woman.Hazell, a writer and actor on Apple’s Emmy-winning Ted Lasso, began her career as a model, working with magazines such as FHM, Loaded, Nuts and Zoo Weekly, before transitioning to writing and acting.She is the inspiration behind the Ted Lasso character Keeley Jones, played by Juno Temple, who, like Hazell, is a model.Hazell recurs on the show as Bex, who dates and eventually marries former AFC Richmond owner Rupert Mannion (Anthony Head).Keeley made headlines in the states when she bag dating Ted Lasso’s star actor, first met Keeley on the set of his 2014 movie Horrible Bosses 2, in which she had a minor role.The duo had been "longtime friends," a source previously told E! News, before things turned romantic.They were later spotted enjoying a steamy makeout session during a luxury getaway to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.There's MUCH more where that came from! Want all the jaw-dropping stories from the world of showbiz and up to the
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‘Gangs of London’ shares first season two trailer
Gangs of London has shared the first teaser for season two – check it out below.The Sky Original gangster drama is set to return for new episodes after record-breaking viewing figures for the first seaso.The series will pick up after the dramatic death of Joe Cole’s Sean Wallace, seeing Sope Dirisu now forced to work for the investors.Take a look at the first teaser here:In a four-star review of the first season, NME said: “It’s a giant war where anyone can be bumped off at any moment and almost anyone could wind up in charge of everything.“Think Game of Thrones, but without the dragons and more modern tailoring.”A release date for season two of Gangs of London is yet to be confirmed – stay tuned for updates as they come in.AMC will be teaming up with Sky for season two and will release the episodes in the US. Dan McDermott, President of Original Programming for AMC and Co-President of AMC Studios, said: “Gangs of London is a cinematic thrill ride that set screens ablaze with a stellar cast, elevated drama and epic storylines, and we couldn’t be more excited to raise the pulse of our audiences with this explosive crime series.” Sky UK’s Managing Director of Conten, Zai Bennett, addedd: “Not only is Gangs of London Sky’s most binged premiere box-set this year, it’s the biggest original drama launch on Sky Atlantic of the past five years.
David James - Joe Cole - Michael Carrick - Robbie Keane - Trevor Sinclair - Glen Johnson - Paolo Di-Canio - 7 Premier League sides who were 'too good to go down' with Everton just above the drop -
7 Premier League sides who were 'too good to go down' with Everton just above the drop
Everton were pushing for a Europa League spot after investing nearly £500 million in their first-team squad.Now they're staring relegation in the face, and are on the brink of joining an infamous group of top flight teams who made the supposedly impossible happen - for all the wrong reasons.With that in mind, here are seven Premier League sides who got relegated despite being 'too good to go down'.Perhaps the most well-known example, it really was a crime against nature that a team with as many gems in it as West Ham had could finish in the bottom three.They had Joe Cole, Michael Carrick, Paolo Di Canio Jermain Defoe, Freddy Kanoute, Glen Johnson, David James, Trevor Sinclair … and it's little wonder they finished as high as seventh the season before - two places short of a club-record fifth.A torrid start to the season set the tone and the Hammers found themselves bottom at Christmas and unable to escape the calamity they'd created for themselves.Manager Glen Roeder fell ill in April and was replaced temporarily by Trevor Brooking, but by then the writing was on the wall.They were relegated on the final day, and in the summer the vultures came for their best and brightest.If Everton get relegated this season, will they be the worst of the lot? Let us know what you think in the comments section below...A year after West Ham's humiliating implosion, Leeds United followed suit.Three seasons earlier they were in the semi-final of the Champions League, but financial mismanagement saw them rack up debts of over £100 million.In an attempt to stop the rot they sold the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Robbie Keane, Robbie Fowler, Jonathan Woodgate and Harry Kewell, sparking a complete nosedive in the club's form, and by early 2004 they
Holly Willoughby - Phillip Schofield - James Bond - Joe Cole - Daniel Craig - Michael Caine - Peaky Blinders star Joe Cole tipped to be next super spy in James Bond franchise - - Britain - city Holby
Peaky Blinders star Joe Cole tipped to be next super spy in James Bond franchise
James Bond after his recent appearance in an ITV drama.He’s about to take the lead role in ITV’s remake of The Ipcress File, playing the part of Harry Palmer.Palmer is a bespectacled British sergeant who is offered a position as a spy to avoid prison for smuggling, a role made famous by Michael Caine in the 1965 movie based on the book by Len Deighton.Cole’s portrayal of the sergeant - which has already been seen by critics and reviewers - has led to him being touted as a successor to Daniel Craig as the next James Bond.The man himself has played mobsters in shows such as Peaky Blinders and Gangs Of London and spoke about the potential 007 role: "I think every young actor in the UK has been linked to James Bond"."I’d like to play James Bond. I’ve played enough villains" he joked.During his interview on This Morning with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, the presenters touched upon the poignancy of his new series The Ipcress Files and how closely it reflects current affairs.Joe joined the presenters on the early morning show, looking smart in a burgundy V-neck jumper with a white collar underneath.Phillip, wearing a green shirt, and Holly, wearing a white jumper, sat opposite him and asked the star about his portrayal of Harry Palmer.“Set in the 1960s, the height of the Cold War, this massive battle between the East and the West.