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BREAKING: Jeremy Kyle Show permanently AXED after death of guest

BREAKING: Jeremy Kyle Show permanently AXED after death of guest

Entertainment
Carolyn McCall, ITV's CEO announced today: "Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show."The Jeremy Kyle Show has had a loyal audience and has been made by a dedicated production team for 14 years, but now is the right time for the show to end."Everyone at ITV's thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of Steve Dymond."The previously announced review of the episode of the show is underway and will continue.  Related Articles "ITV will continue to work with Jeremy Kyle on other projects."It comes after the show was suspended indefinitely following the death of a guest.Steve Dymond, 63, was found dead 10 days after failing a lie detector test on the daytime show.He had gone on the programme to prove to his estranged fian...
BAFTAs 2019: TV hotties steal the show in MIND-BLOWING gowns

BAFTAs 2019: TV hotties steal the show in MIND-BLOWING gowns

Entertainment
With the award season always bringing in the best fashion finds, it’s definitely a favourite when it comes to TV fans.Seeing friendly faces from TV shows like I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and Good Morning Britain, it always brings in some favourites.With the lengthy lineup including the likes of Emily Atack and Charlotte Hawkins, it’s no surprise the event gains so much popularity.As so many faces storm the carpet, Daily Star Online has rounded up some of its favourite looks, ranging from reality to soap stars. Related Articles Emily AtackAfter coming second place on I'm A Celeb, Emily Atack has soared in popularity, and it's not hard to see why.The gorgeous blonde never fails to command attention, and as she flaunts her latest look at the BAFTAs, it's likely her fans will be qu
Disney and The New York Times show how the media dinosaurs can stay on top

Disney and The New York Times show how the media dinosaurs can stay on top

Finance
Bob IgerStephen Desaulniers | CNBCThis week, several large traditional media companies provided us with data points that nicely illustrate today's confusing media world:Let's start with Disney, which announced its quarterly earnings on May 8. This week, Sinclair acquired Disney's 21 regional sports networks (which it got when it bought Fox) for $ 9.6 billion, and Disney wrote down its investment in Vice by $ 353 million, leaving the company with an investment it thinks is worth nothing. In 2016, it raised funding at a valuation of $ 5.7 billion.The New York Times also released quarterly earnings and said its digital subscriber base increased by 223,000. The NYT is now a $ 5.6 billion company, up more than 175 percent in the last three years.To recap:A broadcast TV company spent a huge amou...
Hit TV show Fleabag coming to the West End

Hit TV show Fleabag coming to the West End

Entertainment
By Sanya Burgess, news reporter A play of the hit TV show Fleabag will come to the West End this summer.The production, which will star Phoebe Waller-Bridge, will have a limited four-week run in London's theatreland. Waller-Bridge, who was recently confirmed as a writer for the upcoming James Bond movie, wrote the one-woman play.It will be the last time she will perform the role. Image: Phoebe Waller-Bridge in a promotional image for the Fleabag play In a typically Waller-Bridge statement, she simply said: "Looooonddddooooonn!!". Advertisement Fleabag is a tragi-comedy which follows a woman trying to navigate the trials of...

Tests show high levels of coral-harming chemical in Hawaii

Technology
Officials have found high levels of a chemical commonly used in sunscreen that is believed to harm coral reefs in bay waters off Hawaii's Big Island. The Kahaluu Bay Education Center commissioned the testing for oxybenzone at five sites in the bay on the island's west side last year, West Hawaii Today reported Sunday. The results found the chemical's concentration at one of the sites to be 262 times greater than levels considered high-risk by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. "That sample there is the highest we've ever measured in the world," said Craig Downs, executive director of Haereticus Environmental Laboratory, which conducted the sampling. The concentration was likely high because it was taken at a spot where people enter the water and on days with heavy beach traffic, Do...