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  • Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright wedding: See pictures as guests arrive for celeb-packed wedding

    Former Corrie star Michelle Keegan tied the knot with The Only Way is Essex star Mark Wright in a celeb-packed ceremony in Suffolk. Brooke Vincent, Sacha Parkinson and Anthony Cotton were amongst the Coronation Street stars past and present that attended the ceremony, held in St Mary's Church in Bury St Edmunds. Towie stars who joined the couple for their special day included James Argent and Lydia Bright. Bridesmaids were thought to include Wright's sisters Jessica and Natalya, Keegan's stepsister Nichola, her cousins Gemma, Katy and Lauren, and her best friend Becky Hatch.

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  • Nicole Scherzinger Is Going Through A 'Very Transformative Time' After Lewis Hamilton Split

    After splitting from Lewis Hamilton back in February (*SOB*), Nicole Scherzinger has admitted that she's now going through a "very transformative time" in her life. "Kendall usually goes for bad boys like Chris Brown and Justin Bieber so Lewis could be a good influence on her.

  • Nurse who was being stalked by youths was told to get a TAXI by police

    Emma Starkey, 23, says she was followed through the streets of Worcester at 10.30pm on Friday night by two 'aggressive' young men as she walked home alone from a train station. The health care assistant tried to lose the yobs by ducking into side-roads but the pair, who were aged around 15 and 20, continued to follow her for three miles while making noises and taunting her.

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  • You'll never recognise John Travolta in these snaps

    John Travolta was virtually unrecognisable when he stepped out in California in costume for his latest role. The veteran actor was sporting heavy eyebrows, a receding hairline and a deep suntan as he arrived on set for American Crime Story:The People Vs OJ Simpson. The 61-year-old star is set to portray lawyer Robert Shapiro who defended OJ in the 1995 trial for the the murders of ex wife Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. Shapiro was credited with getting OJ acquitted- an event that shocked the millions of Americans watching the televised trial.

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  • Tycoons who bankrolled Madeleine fund refuse to fund McCanns' legal defence

    Millionaires who bankrolled the campaign to find Madeleine McCann are refusing to fund her parents' legal defence. Two wealthy individuals who helped Kate and Gerry McCann in their global search for Madeleine now say they will not pledge any more cash at this time.

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  • Imogen Thomas Announces She's Pregnant With Her Second Child!

    Imogen Thomas is having one heck of a Bank Holiday Monday, as she's just announced she's pregnant with her second child. HURRAH - HUGE CONGRATULATIONS, IMOGEN! Taking to Twitter, the 32-year-old Welsh model was beaming with happiness, writing: "I'm going

  • Mario Balotelli lives up to madcap nickname on Manchester night out

    The Liverpool striker also hinted he could stay at Anfield in a bizarre late-night Instagram post

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  • Air France faces probe after jet flies narrowly avoids mountain

    An Air France jet traveling from Malabo, Equatorial Guinea to Douala, Cameroon nearly hit central Africa’s tallest mountain on May 2.

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  • Britain's Got Talent 2015: Amanda Holden Pours Water Over Stephen Mulhern In Bizarre Outburst

    Last night's Britain's Got Talent was all a little bit weird, wasn't it? We found ourselves getting unreasonably excited by a dog's attempt to burst 100 balloons live on telly, singing along to a pretty catchy tune about space, and even got a glimpse

  • X Factor's Chloe Jasmine Whichello And Stevi Ritchie Talk Wedding Bells, Admit: 'This Isn't A Showmance'

    Chloe Jasmine Whichello and Stevi Ritchie's relationship might have got off to a rather rocky start, but luckily, it looks like the X Factor couple have actually pulled through and made a proper go of things. Speaking OK! Magazine about their relationship, the couple admitted they're so happy together that they've already considered marriage. Here's a compromise: Why not tie the actual knot wherever Chloe wants and THEN venture to Harvester for the reception afterwards?

  • ISIS claims it is 'infinitely' closer to buying a nuclear weapon

    Islamic State has claimed it is 'infinitely' closer to buying a nuclear bomb from Pakistan and smuggling it into the US. An article, apparently penned by British hostage John Cantlie for the terror group’s magazine, Dabiq, says the scenario is 'more possible today than it was just one year ago'.

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  • Abuse Survivor: Cops Guarded As I Was Raped

    A woman has told Sky News how uniformed police officers stood guard as abusers sexually assaulted her as a young girl. Waiving her right to anonymity, Esther Baker, 32, spoke exclusively to Sky News about her tormented childhood that saw her sexually abused by men at various locations. She claimed police officers would stand guard for the perpetrators and on some occasions even joined in the abuse in woodland on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire.

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  • Zezo Cartoons - football humour (9 photos)

    Ace cartoonist Zezo brings you his hilarious take on the world of football. Steven Gerrard, Xavi, Jurgen Klopp and Didier Drogba bid farewell. For Stevie G, something's missing though... The tomatoes have turned to flowers for Barcelona coach Luis Enrique

  • Probe after Air France plane narrowly misses mountain

    French accident investigators have opened an inquiry into a near accident involving an Air France Boeing 777 which narrowly missed central Africa's highest mountain with 37 people on board. An automatic "pull up" alarm went off when the plane, travelling from Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, to Douala, Cameroon's largest city on May 2, diverted from its normal route "to avoid storms," the BEA accident investigators said. Air France (Paris: FR0000031122 - news) confirmed the incident, saying that it would be carrying out its own internal inquiry.

  • Cameron took out maximum taxpayer-funded mortgage - then paid off own £75k loan four months later

    David Cameron was dragged personally into the expenses row last night after it was revealed that he paid off a loan on his London home shortly after taking out a £350,000 taxpayer-funded mortgage on his constituency house. Following a Mail on Sunday investigation Mr Cameron could now face searching questions about his own expense claims. By nominating it as his second home, he was able to claim for the mortgage interest payments under the now-infamous Commons’ Additional Costs Allowance (ACA).

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  • Game of Thrones : The Meeting Viewers Have Been Waiting for

    Spencer Kornhaber, Christopher Orr, and Amy Sullivan discuss the latest episode of Game of Thrones. At last! I know I speak for quite a few book readers when I say that pretty much the only thing that kept me going through the eleventy thousand discursive, digressive pages of George R. R. Martin’s fifth tome, A Dance With Dragons, was the promise of Tyrion finally meeting up with Daenerys Targaryen. Bonus points for what seemed to be a cameo by Strong Belwas (a book character who was written out of the show) as the nameless fighter who freed Tyrion from his chains.

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  • Car Seller Kidnapped At Knifepoint By Two Men

    But during the journey, the two men pulled into a pub car park, tied the car owner's hands and placed a bag over his head. He was later bundled in a silver Nissan Micra and driven to an address in Smethwick, where the kidnappers released him unharmed. Forensic experts are now examining the Audi A5, which was abandoned at a different car park in Moseley.

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  • River rafters discover wreckage of aircraft in Grand Canyon

    A group of river rafters in search of old mining equipment on a hike at the Grand Canyon came across something unexpected during a recent trip: the wreckage of a small aircraft with bones scattered nearby. John Weisheit was with several people who discovered the wreckage earlier this month as they ventured from a seldom-used campsite off the Colorado River. A technical team reached the site, about 30 miles northwest of Grand Canyon Village, over the weekend and removed the reddish aircraft that stuck between two boulders and naturally concealed.

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  • The ultimate status symbol for millionaire moms on New York's Upper East Side is not what you'd expect

    If you thought any of these were the ultimate status symbol among the millionaires and billionaires of New York City's Upper East Side — one of the biggest enclaves of wealth on the planet — you'd be wrong. The ultimate status symbol, according to Wednesday Martin, Ph.D., author of the newly released memoir "Primates of Park Avenue," is a whole mess of kids. "I quickly became desensitized to massive families — they were everywhere," writes Martin, who moved from the West Village to the Upper East Side to raise her family.

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  • Lord Prescott ridicules Labour leader candidates' use of the word 'aspiration'

    Lord Prescott is the latest in a string of Labour grandees and cabinet ministers to distance themselves from the campaign and criticise its strategy. It comes after he publicly backed Andy Burnham, Labour’s shadow health secretary, to take over the leadership. However he criticised all Labour leader candidates’ use of vague appeals to the public when asked about the contest on BBC Radio Four’s Today programme. q