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Brooke Kinsella helps EastEnders with knife crime story

Brooke Kinsella helps EastEnders with knife crime story

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Former EastEnders actress Brooke Kinsella is to work with the soap on a storyline about knife crime, 10 years after her brother was stabbed to death.Ben Kinsella was killed by three youths on a London street in 2008.The new plot will see Shakil, played by Shaheen Jafargholi, and Keegan, played by Zack Morris, attacked."I commend the EastEnders team for choosing this storyline to portray the realities of knife crime," said Brooke, who played Kelly Taylor from 2001-2004.A spokesman for the show said viewers would see the "wide reaching ramifications of knife crime... as everyone attempts to comprehend the gravity of what has happened on their doorstep".Kinsella started the Ben Kinsella Trust to educate young people on the dangers of carrying knives after her brother was fatally stabbed."It i...
Marnie Simpson shrink-wraps curves in provocative PVC ensemble

Marnie Simpson shrink-wraps curves in provocative PVC ensemble

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INSTAGRAM/MARNIE SIMPSONPVC PRINCESS: Marnie wowed her fans in her latest racy dressThe Geordie Shore star wowed fans as she donned a saucy PVC dress.Marnie, who dates former X Factor star Casey Johnson, dropped jaws as she sported the skintight black and red dress.MARNIE SIMPSON GEORDIE SHORE: STAR ADMITS SHE WANTS SEX ROBOT THREESOMEAs well as showing off her cleavage, the racy number also drew attention to her pert booty too.Celebs in latex Here's some of our favourite celebs rocking the fetish gear.Getty Images Iggy Azalea most sex-treme outfit ever in booty revealing latex number INSTAGRAM/MARNIE SIMPSONPROVOCATIVE: The reality TV star is known for her raunchy Instagram reveals “Not all girls are princesses, some are superheroes” Mar
Kim Wilde says aliens inspired her pop comeback

Kim Wilde says aliens inspired her pop comeback

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It's hard to imagine Kim Wilde on the front line of a cultural war but, back in 1981, that's exactly where she found herself.The irresistible success of Kids In America, Chequered Love and Cambodia threw the popular music press into disarray. Still in thrall to punk, the NME and Melody Maker couldn't work out what to make of this coiffed pop singer - the offspring of decidedly naff 60s pop star Marty Wilde, who happened to be co-writing all of her singles.Reading those columns now (a Spanish fan site has helpfully archived them), it's fun to watch writers torturing themselves for the simple sin of enjoying pop music "How do you feel about it suddenly being hip to like Kim Wilde?" fretted style bible The Face. Describing her debut album, the NME's Paul Morley wrote "God knows why I like it,...
Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving

Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving

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TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been charged with drink-driving after his arrest on Sunday, police have confirmed."A man has been charged following a road traffic collision in Lower Richmond Road, SW14 that occurred on Sunday, 18 March," said Metropolitan Police."Anthony McPartlin, 42 (18.11.75) of Chiswick has been charged by postal requisition on Wednesday, 21 March with drink-driving.Image:The green Mini car involved in the crash was carrying a child. Pic: Flynet"He will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on 4 April."McPartlin was reportedly seen at Kingston police station in southwest London earlier today - the first time he has left his house since the arrest.He was involved in a collision with two other cars while driving his black Mini in Richmond just before 4pm on Sunday.A chil...
Producers apologise over The Crown pay gap

Producers apologise over The Crown pay gap

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The Crown stars Claire Foy and Matt Smith have been apologised to by the producers of the hit Netflix show that follows the life of Queen Elizabeth.The producers said in their apology statement that the actors were not privy to the pay of their colleagues.The apology follows the revelation by producers Suzanne Mackie and Andy Harries that former Doctor Who star Smith was paid more for his portrayal of the young Duke of Edinburgh than his leading lady and co-star Foy, who had the title role of the Queen in the series.Ms Mackie has been quoted as saying that would not be the case in the third series, which sees Olivia Colman replace Foy as the Queen.Left Bank Pictures said: "We want to apologise to both Claire Foy and to Matt Smith, brilliant actors and friends, who have found themselves at ...