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Hollyoaks Patrick Blake star now - new job, on-set injury and baffling soap exit
Hollyoaks star Jeremy Sheffield made his exit from the show as abusive husband Patrick Blake.The tragic storyline saw Patrick murdered by his granddaughter Nico after he had begged both his daughter Sienna and wife Maxine to help him die when he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease.The talented actor has taken a backseat in his career since the tragic ending for arguably his most memorable TV character.READ MORE: Hollyoaks Eric star teases 'things are going up a notch' as he talks 'wild' plot twistHowever, his career to date has seen him take on some huge roles, including as a dancer in iconic Queen video I Want To Break Free.Not just an acting talent Jeremy is actually a fully-fledged ballet dancer, having trained with the Royal Ballet in Covent Garden.He put his name to a series of prolific dancing jobs most notably starring in the music video for Queen’s I Want To Break Free.However, his dance career came to an abrupt end at the age of 27 when he unfortunately broke his toe causing him damage he could not come back from.He was left to turn his hand to acting, which helped him to score a second huge music video role when he landed the part of the love interest in the promo for Natalie Imbruglia's huge chart-topping hit Torn.Jeremy and co-star Nikki Sanderson gave their all to their acting roles as troubled couple Patrick and Maxine, so much so that one fight between the pair saws her end up injured.Nikki was left with whiplash after one ferocious fight on set, leaving her needing three weeks down time to recover.She previously explained the injury: “Jeremy is brilliant, we get on very well.“We can push boundaries. I would say, ‘Do this harder, grab me more severely.’“I did get hurt a few times.
Steve Coogan - Greg James - Natalie Imbruglia - Craig David - Chris Martin - Radio 1’s Greg James delights the masses with surprise appearance on-stage at Coldplay’s final Wembley gig -
Radio 1’s Greg James delights the masses with surprise appearance on-stage at Coldplay’s final Wembley gig
Greg James is one lucky bugger after managing to make it on-stage at Wembley before Coldplay themselves. The Paradise hitmakers – featuring Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion – have been entertaining thousands of fans at London’s Wembley Stadium on a six-night run as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour. It’s been a cracking residency so far with the likes of Craig David, Natalie Imbruglia and even Alan Partridge joining the rock band as surprise guests during the shows. They may have saved the best until last with BBC Radio 1 presenter Greg appearing during Coldplay’s final night at Wembley on Sunday. Concert-goers shared photos on social media of Greg, 36, doing the honours of introducing Coldplay to the stage and, needless to say, his fans were loving his surprise cameo. ‘@gregjames you’ve won in this life,’ one fan cheered on Twitter. The incredible @gregjames of @BBCR1 introducing Coldplay for the final night of #ColdplayWembley ð¤ | via @JohnnySeifert joined in: ‘I love Greg what a great start.’ ‘@gregjames give Chris a hug for me,’ one fan quipped. It comes after actor and comedian Steve Coogan surprised the mass audience when he joined the band in character as Alan Partridge to sing Kate Bush and Abba hits on Saturday night. The 56-year-old commanded the stage beside frontman Chris to belt out Bush’s iconic hit Running Up That Hill, as well as Abba’s Knowing Me, Knowing You. Partridge hilariously wore a red satin jacket with the words ‘Snow Patrol’ on the back.He told the crowd: ‘Running up hills, up roads – it’s all cardiovascular.
Margot Robbie - Natalie Imbruglia - Guy Pearce - Kylie Minogue - Jason Donovan - Susan Kennedy - Jackie Woodburne - Mike Young - Ian Smith - Neighbours fans 'in puddles of tears' as retro cast return for emotional final episode - - Australia
Neighbours fans 'in puddles of tears' as retro cast return for emotional final episode
Neighbours has closed out its final moments with emotional reunions, a joyful wedding and a nostalgic tribute to past and present stars.After 37 years on screen, the Australian soap ended with a double-episode special on Friday which featured star-studded cameos from Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Margot Robbie and singer Natalie Imbruglia.The show first aired in 1985 and followed the cul-de-sac community of Ramsay Street within the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough.READ MORE: Neighbours Toadie star's life - forgotten roles, huge weight loss and Big Brother stintIn the opening of the finale, it becomes clear Ramsay Street as the community once knew it is coming to an end as Susan Kennedy, played by Jackie Woodburne, looks at all the houses up for sale around her home.Harold Bishop, reprised by Ian Smith for the closing episodes, tells Susan and her husband Karl they are the “last of the custodians” of the area and suggests she should write the introduction to their “History Of Ramsay Street” photo album.Another fan-favourite character to return to their old hunting ground is Mike Young, played by Guy Pearce, who shows his daughter Sam (Henrietta Graham) around the area.After bumping into his old friend and former love interest Jane Harris, played by Annie Jones, they take a trip down memory lane by going through the houses on Ramsay Street and revisiting memories from their youth.They recall special moments including his reaction to her makeover when she went without her glasses for the first time and when her mother would not let him visit her.However, their time reminiscing does not go down well with Jane’s former partner Clive Gibbons (Geoff Paine) who ends up in a drunken row wielding a lamp at Mike, saying:
Margot Robbie - Natalie Imbruglia - Kylie Minogue - Jesse Spencer - Delta Goodrem - Holly Valance - Margot Robbie's confirmed return to Neighbours delights fans 'My favourite of all time!' - express - Australia
Margot Robbie's confirmed return to Neighbours delights fans 'My favourite of all time!'
Hollywood career but she has not forgotten where she started.The actress has been confirmed by Neighbours to be returning to the show for its final episode next week.Margot played Donna Freedman on the Channel 5 soap from 2008 until 2011.She will be returning for the finale along with Delta Goodrem, Jesse Spencer, Holly Valance, Carla Bonner, Natalie Imbruglia and Kym Valentine, who all started on the show.There will also be an appearance from Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue, to mark the end of the show which has aired for 37 years.A source said: "Everyone working on the soap was determined that Neighbours would end on a real high and when they reached out to Margot she said 'yes' straight away."There was no way she wasn't going to be a part of the historic big finale as she's always spoken so fondly about her time on the soap and how it helped to launch her movie career."Sadly, she couldn't get to Australia for filming but recorded a special clip that will be shown in the big finale", the source concluded to The Sun.Neighbours also took to their Twitter to make the big announcement last night.Along with their old head shots, Neighbours penned: "Surprise! You didn’t think we were done did you?!"We’re thrilled to share that Margot Robbie, Jesse Spencer, Delta Goodrem, Kym Valentine and Carla Bonner will all make an appearance in our finale!"Many social media users rushed to the comments to share their excitement over the huge announcement.PhilippaMiss said: "Donna is my favourite character of all time!"Katos1981 added: "And I'm crying again.
Joel Dommett - Rita Ora - Jonathan Ross - Davina Maccall - Natalie Imbruglia - Nicola Roberts - queen Bee - Joss Stone - Mo Gilligan - Peter Crouch joins The Masked Singer panel as 'spectacular' costumes announced -
Peter Crouch joins The Masked Singer panel as 'spectacular' costumes announced
The Masked Singer panel as the fourth season's fun new costumes have also been announced.The former footballer, 41, will join returning panellists Jonathan Ross and Davina McCall in the line-up.Former Strictly Come Dancing pro and The Masked Dancer's Oti Mabuse has also been added to the ITV show's judging panel this series.READ MORE: Masked Singer's Joel Dommett 'annoyed' as he's forced to pull out of BBC Comic ReliefShe and Peter will replace Mo Gilligan and Rita Ora on the panel respectively.However, Mo is expected to make a surprise appearance on the series at some stage.Joel Dommett will return to host the new series of The Masked Singer, while the season will also welcome the show's first ever contestants competing as a duo.The unknown celebs will team up on stage as Pillar and Post, with one celeb dressed as a stack of letters while their partner is dressed as a postbox.Other new costumes for the series have also been confirmed.They include a superhero-styled Cactus, Astronaut and Pig - who will be dressed in a waistcoat and pink tartan socks.Masked Singer costumes Odd Socks, Prawn Cocktail, Sea Slug, Pearly King and Onomatopoeia complete the line-up.Earlier this year, it was confirmed that The Masked Singer would return for a fourth and fifth series, while The Masked Singer producer Derek McLean previously teased that the fourth run would be "spectacularly surreal".The announcement followed former Neighbours star Natalie Imbruglia winning the show's third season while dressed as Panda back in February.She later revealed that she had used a secret trick to enhance her disguise.Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts won The Masked Singer's first series as Queen Bee, while soul singer Joss Stone stormed to victory as
Jade Thirlwall - Louise Redknapp - Natalie Imbruglia - Kate Nash - Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall unrecognisable as she slips into rainbow wig disguise - - London
Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall unrecognisable as she slips into rainbow wig disguise
Jade Thirlwall was near unrecognisable as she slipped into a platinum blonde and rainbow wig at Mighty Hoopla festival.The Little Mix beauty attended the event in London's Brockwell Park on Friday, June 3 with a group of friends and was spotted in the VIP area.The 29-year-old got into the party vibe as she wore a colourful wig, with the bright blonde tresses broken up with vibrant strands of all of the colours of the rainbow.She wore a pink cap, white crop-top and khaki cargo trousers before covering up with an oversized hoodie as the day went on.The South Shields lass appeared relaxed and in good spirits as she posed for photos with her friends and fans who managed to recognise her despite her disguise.Her colourful festival look was a dramatic image shake-up from her normal appearance, with her honey-blonde and light brown hair.Jade's time at Mighty Hoopla came after she, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards performed the final date on their Confetti Tour before their hiatus on May 14.And while many fans may have been hoping that the trio would make a surprise appearance at Mighty Hoopla, they instead got to enjoy headliners Steps and Sugababes.Other acts to take to the many stages on the festival grounds included Cascada, Anastacia, Kate Nash, Louise Redknapp, Natalie Imbruglia and a number of RuPaul's Drag Race icons like Detox, Blu Hydrangea and Jimbo.The event, which was bumped up to two days this year following Cheryl's headline event on September 4 last year, saw thousands of attendees get into their best festival gear with glitter, sequins and plenty of skin on show.And it wasn't just Jade representing for the famous faces, with stars such as Dr Ranj, Joe Baggs from Gogglebox and Emmerdale couple Max Parker and