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  • It's not Susanna Reid's week - now her dress has split on Good Morning Britain

    Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid had to rush off to change her dress during the breakfast TV show after suffering a wardrobe malfunction. Viewers discovered that the star, 44, who blamed “physics” for the tear, had disappeared from her desk after a news bulletin. John Stapleton told viewers that Susanna’s dress had split “spectacularly” and joked that being accidentally flashed by his co-presenter was “one of the bonuses of the show they don’t put in the job description”.

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  • Robbie Williams Offers His LA Home To Zayn Malik Following His One Direction Departure

    It's about as much as a given as Harry Styles reminding people of how he used to work in a bakery. After reaching out to publicly showcase his support for Zayn Malik on Twitter last week, it has been reported that the 41-year-old made the singer an offer that he couldn't refuse behind closed doors - his Californian home. According to new sources, Robbie wants to mentor the 22-year-old in the same way that music legend Elton John helped him after he walked out of Take That back in the 90s as he believes that they are kindred spirits.

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  • Alps crash video 'found'

    A video of the last moments on the doomed Germanwings plane has been found on a mobile phone memory card at the crash site in the French Alps, according to reports. The "totally blurred and chaotic" footage was reportedly made from the back of the Airbus A320 and features the sound of three metallic bangs - presumed to be the captain trying to break into the locked cockpit. Reports of the recording came as Germanwings parent airline Lufthansa said it knew six years ago that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who intentionally crashed the plane last week, had suffered from a "serious depressive episode".

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  • Rowan Atkinson Steps Out With 32-Year-Old Girlfriend, Louise Ford, For A Romantic Lunch Date

    Rowan Atkinson, who you may also know as iconic TV character Mr. Bean, stepped out for a loved up lunch date with girlfriend Louise Ford yesterday afternoon. The couple raised eyebrows when they were first pictured together back in April last year due to the rather large age gap, with 60-year-old Rowan nearly thirty years older than 32-year-old Louise, but the two looked happier than ever to be in eachother's company and proved that their relationship is still fighting fit. Shortly before they were spotted for the first time, Rowan split from his wife of 23 years, Sunetra Sastry, who he met way back in his Blackadder days when she was working as a make-up artist and has two children with - Lily and Benjamin.

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  • Celebrity siblings with VERY normal day jobs revealed

    Having a celebrity sibling is no guarantee of a showbiz career as these brothers and sisters of Oscar and Grammy award winners prove - with their surprisingly normal day jobs.

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  • Steven & Alex Gerrard to move into £16.8m Malibu home with ocean view

    He's about to make the biggest move of his life, trading his long career with Liverpool FC for US club Los Angeles Galaxy.

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  • Clarkson, Hammond And May To Stage Live Shows

    Jeremy Clarkson will appear alongside his former Top Gear colleagues Richard Hammond and James May in live shows arranged before he was sacked by the BBC for attacking one of his producers. The gigs will go ahead as planned, but without any BBC or Top Gear branding, meaning they will not be able to use any clips of the programme or feature the masked test driver The Stig. The events had originally been billed as 'Top Gear Live' before the controversy generated by Clarkson's altercation with producer Oisin Tymon put them in doubt.

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  • Maradona goes for a stroll with his girlfriend

    Diego Maradona appears to have patched things up with his 24-year-old girlfriend as the pair were spotted strolling through Vienna on Saturday just months after he allegedly hit her. Just five months ago, he was labelled a 'psychopath' after video footage emerged which appeared to show him assaulting Ms Oliva.

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  • One Direction Fury At Zayn Malik Solo Demo

    Zayn Malik may have left One Direction on good terms - but all that could be about to change. Just days after announcing his departure from the band so he could be a "normal" 22-year-old, a demo recording of Malik performing on his own has been posted online by a renowned producer. Louis Tomlinson, one of his former bandmates, went crazy, crazy, crazy when he heard the song.

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  • Woman claims she cured her cancer by eating three PINEAPPLES a day

    A woman who was given just five years to live with an aggressive cancer has beaten the disease - by eating pineapples. Candice-Marie Fox, 31, found out she had thyroid cancer and reluctantly went under the knife to remove more than 20 lumps three years ago.

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  • 10 Actors Desperately in Need of a Hit Film

    Sure, they live in giant houses and wear diamond wristwatches and have people who are hired specifically to walk two paces in front of them spraying perfume at all times, but Hollywood actors are just like you and I – they need to work to live.  Their

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  • Vogue Williams And Brian McFadden: 'Babies Are On The Agenda - And We Want Loads!' - EXCLUSIVE

    Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden are pretty much the hottest couple around right now, and it sounds as though we could be in for a whole load of cooing and 'awwing' in the not so distant future, if Vogue gets her way. Reality star Vogue told us: "No babies right now, I just want to enjoy my life for a little bit longer before it gets taken over by a baby. In the meantime, Vogue is getting in plenty of practice with Brian's daughters, thirteen-year-old Molly and eleven-year-old Lily, who she spends plenty of time with.

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  • Adoptee from South Korea faces deportation from US

    More than three decades ago, a three-year-old South Korean boy and his sister flew to the U.S. to become the adopted children of American citizens, but their life together didn't last long. A family adopted the girl, and got her citizenship. The boy, named Adam Crapser, wasn't as fortunate: The parents he had were abusive, and never sought the green card or citizenship for him that they should have.

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  • Kay Burley will not face Ofcom inquiry over 'Islamophobia' remarks

    Kay Burley will not face an Ofcom inquiry over her interview with an Islamic human rights advocate. Cerie Bullivant, from the group Cage, walked out of an interview with the Sky News anchor in February after taking issue with her questions. Burley asked Bullivant for his thoughts on the recent Isis beheadings and also asked whether he condemned the actions of Jihadi John. "Your question is inherently Islamophobic and racist," Bullivant replied, arguing that Muslims should not have to defend their humanity by condemning the "brutal" actions of Isis.

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  • Oil heir Andrew Getty found dead at Hollywood Hills home

    Andrew Getty, the 47-year-old grandson of the late oil billionaire J. Paul Getty and one of the heirs to the fortune of one of the wealthiest and best-known families in American history, was found dead Tuesday in his Hollywood Hills home, police and family members said. A woman calling to report that someone had died sent officers to the gated home on Montcalm Avenue shortly after 2:15 p.m. They found the man dead in a bathroom, police spokesman Jack Richter said. Police didn't identify the man, but a statement from Andrew Getty's parents, Ann and Gordon Getty, confirmed it was him.

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  • Nigeria's Buhari praises Jonathan for peaceful handover

    Nigerian election winner Muhammadu Buhari congratulated outgoing president Goodluck Jonathan for peacefully relinquishing power on Wednesday, a day after becoming the first Nigerian politician to unseat a sitting leader at the ballot box. "President Jonathan was a worthy opponent and I extend the hand of fellowship to him," Buhari told journalists and supporters to loud applause. In an unprecedented step, Jonathan called Buhari to concede defeat and issued a statement urging his supporters to accept the result, a signal of deepening democracy in Africa's most populous nation that few had expected.

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  • Letters: France is showing Britain what a victory for Miliband would look like

    After the election, we could have Labour as the largest party in Parliament, despite it having received a lower percentage of the vote than the Tories (due to bias in the electoral system). Labour could then be supported by the Scottish National Party. SIR – The two areas of government policy that have the greatest impact upon individuals are health and welfare. Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, has said that he must find savings of £8 billion, but he cannot define these until the summer spending review, which arrogantly assumes that the Tories will be in power.

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  • Millie Mackintosh risks wardrobe malfunction in plunging dress

    The former Made In Chelsea star took a chance in a silver dress with a seriously high side-split, which fluttered in the wind as she arrived at the venue to check out the hugely popular retrospective of the late British designer's work.

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  • London pre-open: Stocks to fall further as sell-off continues

    UK stocks are set to extend losses on Wednesday morning following a huge sell-off the previous session that sent the Footsie to its lowest in over two and a half weeks. "Tuesday's sell-off in Europe has been largely put down to end of quarter profit taking by investors, following an incredible first quarter, so you could be forgiven for expecting stocks to continue their ascent today," said Oanda analyst Craig Erlam. Manufacturing PMIs from Europe, the UK and US are all due out later on Wednesday.

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  • US admiral says China 'creating a great wall of sand' in sea

    China is "creating a great wall of sand" through land reclamation in the South China Sea, causing serious concerns about its territorial intentions, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet said Tuesday. "But what's really drawing a lot of concern in the here and now is the unprecedented land reclamation currently being conducted by China," he said. "China is building artificial land by pumping sand on to live coral reefs — some of them submerged — and paving over them with concrete.

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