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Soap star ‘attacked’ by fellow actor at TV Choice Awards

Soap star ‘attacked’ by fellow actor at TV Choice Awards

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An investigation is under way after a Hollyoaks star was reportedly attacked by a fellow soap actor at the TV Choice Awards.ITV is looking into reports that Asan N'jie swore and threw punches at Jamie Lomas following the ceremony in Hilton Park Lane on Monday night. Emmerdale's N'jie, who was nominated for best newcomer, was apparently ejected from the event in Mayfair, London, by security. Image: Asan N'Jie was reportedly removed from the event An ITV spokesman said the channel would be talking to N'jie "in due course".She added: "We are extremely concerned to hear about an incident at last night's TV Choice Awards involving one of Emmerdale's cast. Advertisement ...
YouTube star loses 2m subscribers after row with fellow vlogger

YouTube star loses 2m subscribers after row with fellow vlogger

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Beauty YouTuber James Charles has lost two million subscribers after a video was posted by his former friend Tati Westbrook.The 19-year-old vlogger from New York has been accused of "manipulating people's sexuality" and previously caused controversy for charging fans up to $ 500 (£385) to see him on tour. So far James Charles has seen his subscriber count drop from 16.5 million on Monday to 14.5 million, according to the website Social Blade.He has become the first ever YouTube personality to lose one million subscribers in 24 hours, with the biggest drop taking place on Saturday after his involvement in a row with fellow beauty vlogger Tati Westbrook. Image: Tati Westbrook addressed her issues with former friend James Charles in a YouTube video
Super League: Widnes 36-10 Leigh: Vikings see off fellow strugglers

Super League: Widnes 36-10 Leigh: Vikings see off fellow strugglers

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Australian duo Chris Houston and Corey Thompson scored doubles as the Widnes beat Leigh 36-10 in the battle of two of Super League's strugglers.Widnes and Leigh have been slugging it out at the foot of the table since April but the Vikings, who welcomed back a ruck of stars, put in an assured first-half display where they ran in four tries, which was enough for Denis Betts' men to get the job done despite a second-half stutter.As a result, they climb off the bottom of the table and are replaced by Leigh, with a point between the two.The home side were well ahead in the energy battle and it showed in a high-octane 20 minutes where the Vikings laid down a marker.The shot in the arm came early after they welcomed back experienced trio Joe Mellor, Lloyd White and Chris Bridge, all players who ...