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Craig David slams ITV's Keith Lemon for 'bullying' over 'hurtful' Bo Selecta sketch
Craig David has branded Leigh Francis, known by his stage name Keith Lemon, as “insincere” on BBC Breakfast.He joined show presenters Sally Nugent and Jon Kay to talk about his new album and his 22 years in the music industry.Craig has been a regular chart topper and is a huge name in both the garage and pop scenes.READ MORE: Rita Ora shows off dynamite figure in cut-out jeans and plunging corset held up by luckHowever, the topic of conversation grew serious as he opened up on the bullying he experienced when he was younger and throughout his time in the music biz.He spoke about Bo Selecta, a comedy sketch show first broadcast in 2002, and the mocking he received from Keith Lemon himself.The comedian wore rubber masks on the show and took the mick out of many popular celebrities, including Craig himself, who told the BBC hosts that he couldn’t accept Keith’s apology.During one skit, he wore a rubber mask which bore a striking resemblance to the musician and proceeded to tell viewers about his “life story” with some offensive storylines.One included Craig being forced to wear a urostomy bag while another showed him trying to make it big in America, only to find himself in Mallorca.The cringe-worthy sketch continued to paint Craig as a failure and as though his career was hanging on by a thread, only to end with “Craig” working in a call centre.Despite the likeness, Keith insisted that the character was not based on Craig, but the musician was having none of it.Craig spoke about the ordeal on BBC Breakfast and said that “when the show was out,” it was a “period of time of hard processing for him”.He continued: "I didn't know why a song like Rewind, which was a cultural song that broke the ice for so many artists to come
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Holy Willoughby all smiles reuniting with Celebrity Juice pal Keith Lemon for 9/11 Charity Day
Holly Willoughby looked delighted to be back in the company of her Celebrity Juice co-star Keith Lemon as the pair supported the annual Together For Short Lives charity event on Thursday.The This Morning presenter, who has been targeted online over claims jumped the public queue to see the Queen lying in state with Phillip Schofield, was among the celebrities taking over the trading floor at BGC Partners brokerage company.Willoughby showed up to help raise money for the charity at the annual event in honour of the 9/11 attacks and even received a round of applause after making around £20,000 on a single trade.At one point, she was ambushed by friend and TV personality Lemon while making a trade before she kicked at him for frightening her.Speaking of their Celebrity Juice days, Lemon told the trading floor: ‘We used to work together before she left me.’Willoughby appeared on Celebrity Juice alongside Lemon, real name Leigh Francis, for 12 years before she quit in 2020, with the show set to air its last ever episode later this year.Elsewhere at the charity event, the television presenter, who wore a maroon jumper and tartan skirt, also made the trading floor laugh after she attempted to put the phone down on a laptop holder. ‘I really do not know what I am doing,’ Willoughby was heard saying. ‘It feels wrong just putting it down.’After sorting another trade which made £3,000, Willoughby told the client on the phone: ‘I am amazed you understood what I said.’Willoughby later told a BGC organiser: ‘I am learning words I have never heard of.
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This Morning's Holly Willoughby reunites with old co-star amid 'Queuegate' chaos
This Morning's Holly Willoughby has shared a sweet post dedicated to her friend and former co-star Keith Lemon.For years, Holly starred on the ITV2 show alongside Keith, who is played by Leigh Francis, and Ferne Cotton.It seems like the pair have rekindled for a catchup if social media is anything to go by as she shared his Instagram Story of them both.READ MORE: Bar offers free queue jump if 'your name is Holly or Phil' amid This Morning rowOn Wednesday (September 28), Keith shared a close-up snap of the two together smiling on his profile.He captioned the snap: "Lovely seeing @hollywilloughby this morning!"Holly then reshared the picture and wrote: "Love you @keithlemon..."This could mean that the pair could be reuniting on screen very soon – which would thrill fans.Though this does come after Holly and her ITV co-star Phillip Schofield have come under fire by fans who claim they shouldn't have "skipped the queue" at Westminster Hall when visiting the Queen lying in state.Over 75,000 people have now signed a petition to get Holly and Phil off air on This Morning as they request for them to be axed.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking hereThough A Place in The Sun's Laura Hamilton believes this is far-fetched and that the two deserve to stay.Laura backed them both and explained how she thinks they should keep their jobs on the ITV programme.During an exclusive Facebook Live, Laura said that she didn't want to comment on it, but agrees that they should stay and that they're "both brilliant presenters."READ NEXT:Graham Norton offered queue jump ticket along with Holly and Phil to see Queen’s coffinITV's Anne Hegerty defends Holly and
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Hollyoaks Osborne family now - Cancer battle, career u-turn, tragic losses and pop fame
Hollyoaks - including a marriage and the birth of a new baby into the iconic family.Nancy and Darren recently wed in a sweet ceremony, including a special guest appearance by The One And Only Chesney Hawkes.If that wasn't all, the couple also welcomed a child together - with all eyes fixed on what lies next for the couple.However their happiness was also tainted with sadness, after the couple lost their close friend Luke earlier in the week.The Osborne family have had many ups and downs since joining the soap in 1996, with many stars taking on the roles of the Osbornes in the past two decades.Here, Daily Star takes a closer look at where the Osborne family are now.Darren Osborne is one of the Hollyoaks OGs, after arriving in the village with his family in 1996.However two separate actors have played Darren during his time on the soap, including Adam Booth and Ashley Taylor-Dawson.Adam Booth originally took on the role, but the character was later recast in 1999.Despite leaving Hollyoaks over 23 years ago, Adam's acting career has gone from strength to strength, with the star appearing in five episodes of Crossroads in 2003 as Garth Guilder.He has also been seen in other TV dramas and soaps like Where The Heart Is, Doctors and two episodes of Coronation Street in 2011 as a butcher.Most recently, he also starred in a gripping ITV drama, The Bay, as Ian Thrower.That's not all, as he has also appeared in a number of theatre productions, including West Side Story and Mamma Mia.He also regularly shares snaps with some of his famous acquaintances on social media, including Keith Lemon, Craig Revel Horwood, Amanda Holden, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.Back on Hollyoaks, Ashley Taylor Dawson took over the role of Darren