• Fans in stitches over X Factor Irina's mid-song strip

    X Factor viewers weren’t all that impressed with Irina’s Bucks Fizz-style moves.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Honey G is returning to The X Factor

    Honey G is replacing singer Ivy Grace on The X Factor.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Kate Middleton and Prince William's tour of Canada - Day Two in pictures

    Just a day after they arrived in Canada for their royal tour, Prince William and Kate Middleton got straight to work with a day of official engagements. Leaving the children behind at Government House in Victoria, the royal couple set off for a whistlestop tour of Vancouver, taking in the scenic beauty of the location before meeting local residents who have benefited from the charitable services offered in the community. Following a rousing reception, as thousands of people turned out to greet them, the royals travelled to the Downtown East Side of Vancouver to meet the team at Sheway, a charity that provides support to vulnerable mothers dealing with a range of issues including addiction.

    International Business Times
  • EastEnders: Roxy and Ronnie Mitchell to be killed off

    Love them or hate them, you can’t deny that Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell leaving EastEnders is going to be the end of an era for the BBC One soap, especially now that we have learned that it’s going to be a permanent departure. Actresses Rita Simons (Roxy) and Sam Womack (Ronnie) are said to be upset by the news that the Mitchell sisters are being bumped off as they’d hoped to have the option to return at some stage in the future. The exit comes under new producer Sean O’Connor’s ruling, with Sean already killing off much-loved character Paul Coker as well as announcing the departures of other favourites, including Babe Carter, Masood Ahmed, Lee Carter, Claudette Hubbard, Buster, Briggs, Pam and Les Coker and Kyle Slater.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • So much for Jeremy Corbyn's call for Labour to wipe the slate clean

    Instead of starting afresh and burying their differences, the Labour leaders' supporters and his opponents are continuing to clash with the same ferocity. The most ugly clash came between John McDonnell and Yvette Cooper over the shadow chancellor's controversial call before the last election for the former Tory MP Esther McVey to be "lynched". In a TV clash with Ms Cooper, Mr McDonnell defended his comments about Ms McVey, which included telling MPs in the Commons in March last year that the then employment minister was a "stain on humanity".

    Sky News
  • EastEnders Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Walford

    Tina struggles looking after Sylvie and the Fowler/Slaters are on the move

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • Prince George leaves Trudeau hanging on Canada visit

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fails to get a high five from Prince George as he arrives in Canada with his parents and sister, Charlotte.

  • North Korea holds first-ever air show, displays its military and civilian fleets

    North Korea held its first-ever air show showcasing its civilian and aerial might in a bid to attract tourists to the isolated country. The two-day event that took off at the Kalma International Airport on Saturday, 24 September in the eastern port city of Wonsan, featured the country's military planes, helicopters and civilian aircraft. Several North Koreans are also attending.

    International Business Times
  • Writer shot dead as he arrived for trial over insulting Islam

    "The prime minister was the first one who incited against Nahed when he ordered his arrest and put him on trial for sharing the cartoon, and that ignited the public against him and led to his killing," the victim's cousin Saad Hattar said.

    International Business Times
  • Angelina Jolie is being supported by Johnny Depp following Brad Pitt split

    It has been reported that Angelina Jolie has found comfort in her friend, Johnny Depp, following her split from husband, Brad Pitt. The star became good friends with Johnny after they appeared in ‘The Tourist’ together back in 2010, and Johnny is no doubt able to offer her some words of wisdom having just gone through his own high-profile divorce from ex, Amber Heard. Angelina and Johnny worked together on The Tourist.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Britain has lot to do before triggering EU divorce - foreign minister

    Britain has a lot of work to do before triggering the formal divorce procedure with the European Union but once it is done, the country will not let the process drag on, Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday. Last week, Johnson said Britain would trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty to start its exit from the bloc early next year. London is under pressure from fellow EU members and millions of Britons who voted to leave the bloc at a June referendum to start the divorce, and May's aides have suggested that she hopes the formal procedure will be started early next year.

  • Strictly Come Dancing: Distracting trousers aside, an awesome opening weekend

    I agree with Craig - a bit too sickly for me and I personally didn’t feel it deserved a 9. Louise was as good as I was expecting her to be, and with Choreography King Kevin giving the judges what they want to see, she’ll go a long way. Exciting choreography - there was enough cha cha for me - and super timing.

    Jaye Nolan, TV Blogger
  • Hilarious response on Twitter as Louis Walsh dishes out seat after seat

    Louis Walsh seemed to have trouble saying no on X Factor’s Six Chair Challenge.

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  • Team GB's golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott marry

    Cycling's golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott, two of Team GB's most decorated Olympians, have married. In a post on Instagram, Trott said the wedding was "the happiest day of my life". Trott, 24, won two golds at the Rio Olympics and became Britain's most successful female Olympian.

    Sky News
  • You will not believe how much The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon earns

    The Big Bang Theory cast are the highest paid actors on TV.

    SNAPPA Celebrity
  • Two teenage girls held in France over 'terror plot'

    Two teenage girls from the French city of Nice are being held on suspicion of planning an attack directed by a notorious Syria-based French jihadist, a source close to the investigation said Sunday.

  • Cameron's 'fury' as May 'left him to fight alone' in EU vote - former aide

    David Cameron was furious with Theresa May's reticence during the EU referendum campaign and felt she had left him to "fight alone", according to an insider account. Sir Craig Oliver, the former prime minister's director of communications, claimed Mr Cameron asked her 13 times to "come off the fence" but was "stonewalled". Mrs May, then the home secretary, took many weeks to declare whether she was for Leave or Remain, after Mr Cameron allowed Cabinet ministers to campaign either way.

    Sky News
  • Coronation Street actor Marc Anwar sacked over 'racially offensive' tweets

    Coronation Street star Marc Anwar has been sacked from the soap for alleged "racially offensive" tweets about Indian people. The Pakistan-born actor, who joined the show in 2014 to play the role of  Sharif Nazir, was dismissed after ITV was alerted to the posts by the Sunday Mirror. The alleged tweets from Anwar's protected account, published by the newspaper, were critical of India over the disputed Kashmir region and called on Pakistani actors to stop working in the country.

    Sky News
  • Cornwall man grows world-record sized cabbage and then reveals his secret

    It seems there’s not a whole lot of science behind growing ridiculously big vegetables.

    SNAPPA Fun
  • Coronation Street Spoilers: The Week Ahead In Weatherfield

    Blackmail, corruption and a death - standard week on The Street then!

    Katy Brent-Stacey
  • Trump tells Netanyahu he would recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital

    By Alana Wise WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Sunday told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that if elected, the United States would recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the campaign said, marking a potential dramatic shift in U.S. policy on the issue. During the meeting that lasted more than an hour at Trump Tower in New York, Trump told Netanyahu that under his administration, the United States would "recognise Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel." While Israel calls Jerusalem its capital, few other countries accept that, including the United States.

  • Josh Brolin marries former assistant Kathryn Boyd in romantic wedding ceremony

    Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd tied the knot in front of close friends and family members in a romantic wedding ceremony in North Carolina. Guests at the wedding included celebrities such as Matt Damon, Bradley Cooper, James Brolin – Josh's father – and wife Barbra Streisand.

    International Business Times
  • Ben Needham: Police begin excavation of new search area in Kos

    Police have begun detailed excavation work in the hope of finally solving the 25-year-old mystery surrounding the disappearance of Ben Needham. A team from South Yorkshire Police, supported by colleagues from Greece, are digging on farmland on the Greek island of Kos near where Ben was last seen on 24 July, 1991. Detective Inspector Jon Cousins said his officers would work with an archaeological team from the island to focus efforts on a particular patch of land.

    Sky News


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