This week’s top ten Showbiz stories, rounded up by ATV’s own drag queen, Penelope Teeth.
John Barrowman is undergoing therapy after the newspaper reports of his ‘flashing antics’ on the set of BBC One’s Doctor Who. He said in an interview with the Daily Mail, there was ‘absolutely nothing sexual about my actions’ adding it was just joking around, and people for quick costume changes in the world of acting often strip off. And there was me thinking actors had dressing rooms…
Jo O’Meara said she has sympathy for Jesy Nelson as she felt like ‘the ugly one’ in S Club 7. Yahoo! News report ‘O’Meara, who was just 19 years old when S Club 7 was formed in 1998, said she had to deal with comments about her body image throughout her career.’
Spice Girls warbler Emma Bunton confirmed via social media that she recently married her longtime partner Jade Jones. Digital Spy note, ‘On Instagram, Emma shared a photo of her and Jade on their big day with the caption: “Mr and Mrs Jones!’
Love Island winner Dani Dyer’s boyfriend Sammy Kimmence has been sentenced to three and a half years in jail following a fraud trial.
Enough to make you barf. Former Atomic Kitten Kerry Katona says she has earned over a million quid from selling saucy foot fetish pictures. The Sun said Kerry ‘is a millionairess again after joining adult subscription website, OnlyFans.’
Entertainment Daily! reported this week that Katie Price is now officially single again. They observed that ‘Price is all smiles today as her divorce from ex Kieran Hayler has finally become official. Katie, 43, has been waiting for over three years to get the paperwork that confirms the end of her tumultuous relationship with Kieran.’
Controversial gobshite Katie Hopkins has been reported to the police in Australia for breaking lockdown rules.
This week’s dead people: Opera Director Graham Vick, midfielder Mick Bates, presenter Mike Amatt and Andy Fordham: Former darts world champion known as ‘The Viking’.
Long Lost Family presenter Nicky Campbell said he spent two days in bed with depression following “really vicious” comments from satirist Charlie Brooker. The Scottish Daily Record noted, adding, ‘Campbell said Brooker, known for his acerbic wit, “really took against me”.’
Dining with unknown distant relations, sounds fun? Well Channel 4 think so as they are to apparently launch a series called DNA Dining in which a celebrity is united with some long lost relation. In a twist, the star has to guess which of a selection of dinner guests is the one they’re DNA related to. The rest will be there just for the food. Least they’re keeping their clothes on in this show.