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Louis Theroux admits ‘guilty secret’ about his documentaries ‘I do that on rare occasions’
Radio Times’ View From My Sofa podcast.Louis’ work has allowed viewers from all over the world to get an insight into diverse subjects over the years.For his latest series, Louis Theroux’s Forbidden America returned to the US to explore the impact of the internet on some of the most controversial corners of American society.Speaking to Express.co.uk and other press, Louis revisited one “sad” and “surreal” moment during filming.Louis’ first instalment is titled Extreme and Online where the documentary-maker meets the new influencers of the far-right.  In the episode, Louis tries to uncover why they have become so popular, as well as the extent of their influence on their followers.The broadcaster recalled one particular chaotic interview with a member of America First.Describing the man he spoke to, he said: “He's got a history on the far right if look at him you might think he was a hipster artist like he could be a ceramicist living in Hoxton, he's got a long beard.”“He described himself to me as an artist, but he makes his money out of gaming like a lot of these guys he met his far-right peer group on a gaming platform,” he continued.“They would get together and game together and now he's a self-described troll.“He also makes money from people who tune in to hear him doing his streams and to watch him game, which is a job on the internet, among millennials and teens.“I’m there to find out more – I’ve seen him doing what appears to be a Hitler salute not once but twice at the America First event and then I find another picture a screengrab of him doing his Nazi salute.”“I heard him say on a stream, ‘Louis Theroux is going to come and interview me I've got a little trick up my sleeve,” he continued.“‘I’ve got a little
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Why did Rylan split from husband Dan as he makes Pride anniversary appearance
Rylan Clark will be joined by his mum Linda, on today’s episode of Celebrity Gogglebox (Friday July 1).He has joined the series ahead of the Pride anniversary special, helping mark 50 years of Pride in the UK.Channel 4 says the special will “reflect on the incredible achievements and challenges of advancing LGBTQ+ rights and visibility over the last half century, while also platforming the diversity of identity and sexuality in the 2020s”.Rylan, 33, discovered his own sexuality when he was just 10 years old, after watching a Louis Theroux documentary of all things.He met his now ex-husband Dan, 42, in 2015, though they split after six years of marriage.Here is everything you need to know about Rylan’s relationship history.Dan is best known for his appearance on 2013’s Big Brother, making it to week six of the competition before being voted out.Before that, he was a police officer who worked on Operation Yewtree.This was an investigation into child sex abuse by famous stars such as Jimmy Savile.However, it was during his time on Big Brother when he and Rylan first crossed paths.Rylan interviewed him following his exit and the rest was history.Just two years later, they were married after Dan proposed during an idyllic trip to Paris.They tied the knot in 2015 with an intimate ceremony.In June 2021, reports surfaced that Dan had moved out of their shared London home and moved into a flat in Essex.Soon after, the split was confirmed by Rylan, who broke his silence on the situation later that same month.Speaking to The Sun, he said: "Following reports about Dan and I spending time apart, I feel I have to speak out - as the way it is being reported is unfair.“I have made a number of mistakes which I deeply regret and have
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Lewis Hamilton shows off cryptic hand tattoos as he adds to spaceships and planets with new ink
Lewis Hamilton has added another tattoo to his impressive collection of body art as he showed off a fresh hand inking on Wednesday.The Formula 1 star, who has been tipped to appear in chart-topping rapper Stormzy’s comeback music video alongside the likes of David Beckham and Louis Theroux, was spotted leaving celebrity tattoo spot Bang Bang in New York City.The always fashion-forward sportsman was dressed in a baby blue velvet double-breasted jacket and matching tie-waist trousers, which he paired with a pink and white T-shirt and green and white trainers.The 37-year-old also donned a pair of blue lens mirrored sunglasses and a face mask as he made a low-key exit from the shop.Lewis, who is experiencing a rough season with Mercedes, appeared relaxed as he strolled down the street, offering a glimpse at his hands where skin real estate is at a premium for tattoos.He showed off initial new tattoos on the backs of his fingers and knuckles in February, adding to the concentric circle and symbols design he had on his left hand and sheath of swords with an eye in the centre and a blazing sun at the top of his right hand.In February’s session, Lewis’s new body art included a spaceship, half of a tiger’s face on his left index finger, planets, the words ‘mum’, ‘love’, ‘coco’ and ‘live’, and the letter ‘A’, plus lines down his middle fingers and stars.His tattoo artist showed off his work on Instagram, offering a close-up of the detail and it appears the star was there for a touch-up as well as new addition on Wednesday.Lewis’ hands looked a little red around the edges of his tattoos from February on Wednesday, while he also debuted a new inking on the side of his left hand – a word written in large cursive script, which
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Paddy McGuinness looks unrecognisable as he floors fans with rare throwback snap
Paddy McGuinness left fans gobsmacked when he shared an old photograph of himself on social media.The former host of ITV's Take Me Out, 48, looked dramatically different in the throwback snap, which showed him kitted out in a grey 90s basketball cap.These days, fans will be used to seeing the handsome TV presenter rocking short hair and stubble on shows like Top Gear and A Question Of Sport.However, it seems Paddy was sporting long curly locks back in the day, so long in fact that the thick brown tresses spilled over his ears and onto his back.Opting for a clean-shaven look, young Paddy looked uncharacteristically serious in the picture, perhaps because he might not have known he was being snapped.The now dad-of-three was also caught wearing a pair of studious-looking specs as he looked over his shoulder in the photograph.Not afraid to share the old image in public, Paddy decided to share it with his 2m followers on Instagram.It's clear the comedian saw the funny side of his brooding look, too, because he used the hashtag "#giveusasmile".Captioning the snap on Monday (March 22), Paddy simply penned: "Monday." "#giveusasmile #monday #startoftheweek #ninetiesfashion"Paddy's pals and fans were floored by the snap, and many of them took to the comments as they couldn't believe how different he looked.Some of his followers even thought he looked like other stars, including BBC documentary legend Louis Theroux and Hollywood hunk Matthew McConaughey.One fan wrote: "I'm speechless paddy lol"A second said: "Young Louis Theroux"A third weighed in: "Thought you were Matthew McConaughey at first glance"A fourth gushed: "Oh no ... Everyone had them 90's specs....
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Louis Theroux reveals his dream interview is 'a regretful Jihadi like Shamima Begum'
Shamima Begum.The documentary maker, 51, wants to grill her on her time with the terrorist group and her regrets.He told the Daily Star Sunday: “ISIS is the story I missed when that was going on.“I’d like to interview a bigot who is still signed up to it. Or a regretful Jihadi like Shamima Begum.”Louis has been keen to make a show about ISIS for years.He added: “I tried to get out there in the hope I would be able to interview some of the repentant jihadis and that’s never happened.“I would have interviewed anyone in a position of authority there.”Louis also wants to quiz Hollywood icon Tom Cruise about his involvement with controversial religion Scientology.He said: “I’d love to interview Tom Cruise – only because of my history with Scientology.“I feel as though people are either scared to ask him about it or they feel like it would create an awkward mood.“I just think someone talking to him about what’s really going on in Scientology would be really valid.”This comes weeks after Shamima Begum offered to help Boris Johnson fight terrorism so kids do not repeat her mistakes.Shamima left her family in the UK with two of her friends to join Islamic State in Syria when she was just 15.Three weeks after leaving England and arriving in Syria, Shamima married an IS fighter.Years later, she says that she is reformed and remains hopeful of forgiveness and the chance to return home to London from Syria.In her latest interview with GB News, the now 22-year-old said she thinks she has what it takes to stop others being radicalised by ISIS.When asked if she would share her story, Begum told filmmaker Andrew Drury: "Of course.