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They reached the Strictly Come Dancing finals in 2017, so it comes as no surprise that Giovanni Pernice and Debbie McGee have remained close. Earlier this year, Debbie surprised fans after she revealed her diagnosis with breast cancer - and Giovanni has revealed he has been on hand to support his friend. Speaking to HELLO! this week, the professional dancer gave fans an update on Debbie's health, saying: "She came to watch my show on the West End last week and she is fine. She is now absolutely fine."Giovanni Pernice and Debbie McGee reached the Strictly finals in 2017"I spoke to her and everything is under control," he added. "She goes to the doctor every single week. Everything is sorted and she is much better now." In a recent interview with The Sun, Debbie confessed that her grief for late husband Paul Daniels may have triggered the cancer- and that going through treatment without him had been extremely hard. She told the publication: "Stress, I think caused mine. I've never been through the stress I’ve been through since I lost Paul."Exclusive: Simon Rimmer admits he was jealous watching Strictly's Karen Clifton move on"Grief hits you in so many ways you’re not expecting," she continued. "It's not all about sadness. I’ve got a friend who lost her husband four years ago. She's younger than me but she got it (cancer) as well. We both discussed it and said stress." Despite the diagnosis, Debbie has been showing her support to Giovanni, who is currently on his Dance Is Life tour with fellow Strictly pros Luba Mushtuk and Trent Whiddon. "Debbie came to dance with me in a couple of shows," revealed Giovanni,. "But for more other tours I'm not sure. Maybe one year I will just do another with my former celebrity partners - like reunion."Loading the player...The 28-year-old, who is in a relationship with Ashley Roberts after meeting on Strictly last year, has a busy few months coming up as he continues his current tour before joining "best friends" Gorka Marquez and Aljaz Skorjanec for their Here Come The Boys tour and his return to Strictly later this year. He has also teamed up with Invisalign to get treatment on his teeth - something he wanted to "perfect". Opening up about the work he's getting done, he explained: "It's just because I didn't like my teeth before. Since I am Italian and I am a perfectionist, I just like everything to be perfect and now I've got my teeth perfect." He added: "In the meantime I think it is the best thing to wear because people can't really see, and it's really comfortable." Giovanni is having Invisalign treatment with Michael Frankl at Lotus Dental in North London. For more information and to find your local provider please visit invisalign.co.uk. MORE: Giovanni Pernice and Ashley Roberts share sweet kiss during romantic dateNews Evening Standard
Theresa May sparked a rumour frenzy in Westminster last night when she announced a speech outside Downing Street, but those who saw a smiling Philip May at the Athenaeum club on Pall Mall at 6pm were reassured that the Prime Minister was not about to resign. While The Londoner was having dinner with an MP, they received a text message from Boris Johnson asking that they pencil in a date for a meeting. Westminster’s tailspin had been triggered mid-afternoon by texts from Downing Street telling journalists to “cancel your dinner”.News Evening Standard
Holly Willoughby dropped jelly into John Barrowman’s mouth in a stomach-turning challenge on Celebrity Juice. Willoughby kicked off the new series, her first without Fearne Cotton, by sucking a jelly pot into her mouth before leaning over Barrowman and attempting to transfer the dessert directly from her mouth into his. Take That’s Howard Donald then dropped the jelly onto the face of new Team Captain Paddy McGuinness after missing his mouth.News AOL.com
Mercedes F1 Team boss Toto Wolff has admitted Lewis Hamilton and his engineers did not tell him about a secret motorbike test at Jerez in December.The five time world champion even crashed as he tested the plain black Yamaha superbike according to the report on motorsport website ThisIsF1. Sick couple of days in Jerez 🏍💨🔥 @alexlowes22@mickeyvdmark@PataYamahaWSBK@MonsterEnergypic.twitter.com/1uIwgmKx7r \- Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) December 2, 2018 It was great to welcome a new friend to the Yamaha family - riding a very special R1! We hope you enjoyed yourself @LewisHamilton!!YamahaRacing | YamahaFamily | WeR1pic.twitter.com/4PcDp1XKJL \- Yamaha Racing (@yamaharacingcom) December 3, 2018Wolff said: "We had a laugh because I couldn't get hold of him and couldn't get hold of my chief strategist and one of the race engineers. "I found out they were racing motorbikes in Jerez and nobody would pick up the phone. And then they were a bit apologetic."Wolff added that Hamilton's extra-curricular activities are often "worrying", but understands that the 34-year-old world champion needs to do "what works for him".【ギャラリー】Lewis Hamilton36"Every time he's able to decompress from motor racing, he comes back stronger," he said. "We mustn't be judgemental. Some people go on a meditation seminar to India. Others do skydiving."Hamilton told France's Auto Hebdo that his next ambition is to test a MotoGP bike."I'm going to ride one, that's for sure," he enthused during an interview at the Melbourne grand prix. "I just need to ride more. It's a dream I want to realise."I watch all the races. Even when I'm on a grand prix weekend, I quickly leave my briefings to find a screen," added Hamilton.News AOL.com
Good Morning Britain faced backlash from its viewers on 21 March after it included a live debate about whether children should be taught about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues in schools.In response to the news that LGBTQ education classes have been suspended at a number of Birmingham institutions following parent protestation, presenters Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway discussed the subject with Christian mother Izzy Montague and gay father Tom Cox.Cox insisted that "homophobia is taught" and that an individual is never born feeling such prejudice. "What you are born with is your sexual preference; you are gay or you're not," he continued."I don't dispute that it is a parent's right to what [their child] goes to school for and how you raise them. But I think you're doing your child a disservice by not allowing them to see that families come in all different shapes and sizes."Montague interjected: "I don't agree with that. I believe it's a choice. I made a choice [regarding] what I believe is right or wrong, I don't remember ever thinking to myself "am I gay or am I straight?"It's something I have done based on my belief. So even if I was gay, I do believe based on my belief that I feel that a heterosexual relationship is a right course of action for me." 'It's not about living in a vacuum, it's about [parents giving kids their own] opinions of the world around us.' Mum Izzy Montague says it should be up to parents to teach children about subjects like LGBT rights, not schools. pic.twitter.com/T4VBVTVCt7 \- Good Morning Britain (@GMB) March 21, 2019Addressing Cox directly, she added: "No one has forced you to be in a gay relationship. This is a decision that you have made.'"Her comments upset viewers, with many taking to social media to share their confusion as to why such a matter should even be argued over in 2019. One Twitter user stated that they "complained to Ofcom" about GMB "letting that controversial debate happen." Those saying this woman isn't homophobic: she said gay relationships aren't right, she called being gay a lifestyle, she said LGBT people made a choice. Her rhetoric was clearly homophobic. Stop making excuses and call it what it is. GMBhomophobiaignorance \- Patricia Marques (@marquesp09) March 21, 2019They also wrote: "What that vile woman said is really offensive."Another noted that yesterday - following Andrea Leadsom's comments about parents being able to choose when their child is "exposed" to LGBTQ-positive teachings - they felt angry but today, they're "just broken.""The irresponsibility of GMB putting on a parent who thinks being gay really is a choice. Having been told to my face that a person chooses their sexuality is not something I wanted that parent to remind me of."Other users urged that we desperately need LGBTQ education in schools to combat viewpoints such as Montague's.\- This article first appeared on Yahoo