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  • Ola Jordan addresses pregnancy rumours: 'I wanted my fans to be first to know…'

    Ola Jordan decided to get straight to the point and address recent reports that she is expecting her first baby. On Tuesday evening, the dancer took to Twitter to reveal that her agent had been contacted about the pregnancy rumours – "I wanted my fans to be the first to know…," she teased in a first tweet. Her supportive husband James Jordan was among the first to respond.

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  • Gay Lovers Discover They're Actually Half-Brothers After TV DNA Test

    This is the shock moment two gay lovers were left devastated when they found out they're brothers. It then emerged that Paul also shared the same surname as Ron, and that Lee had a half-brother he never knew about. Lee and Paul appeared on the Jeremy Kyle show see the results of a DNA test - and were distraught to find out they're actually related.

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  • Kylie Minogue Is Left Speechless At This Graham Norton Show Audience Member's Brutal Request

    Kylie Minogue has just won the award for priceless reaction of the day, thanks to this Graham Norton Show audience member's mean request. Jessica Ball had pied off her date with Thomas Hewitt to come and watch Kylie, 46, on last week's Graham Norton Show.

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  • Grange Hill's Benny Green Dies Aged 50

    Tributes have been paid to Grange Hill actor Terry Sue-Patt, who was found dead at his home aged 50. He was best known for playing Benny Green in the popular BBC show about pupils at a fictional comprehensive school in north London. He was given the role after a talent scout spotted him playing football in a park in London.

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  • McKellen considered knighthood snub

    Sir Ian McKellen considered turning down his knighthood, thinking that the system was unfair, he has revealed. The multi-award winning actor was given the honour in 1991 for services to the performing arts. Actors are more likely to get them than fire chiefs or people who have spent their lives doing charity work, which is a bit unfair, isn't it?" He continued: "I was in two minds about it, I liked being Mr McKellen.

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  • BBC 'considered axing Hammond'

    Former Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman has had a dig at what he called the BBC's "Meddling Department" and told how his bosses considered axing Richard Hammond. Wilman quit the long-running TV series in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's departure and the BBC plans to relaunch Top Gear with new presenters.

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  • Beyonce’s Decision To Pour A Bottle Of '$20,000 Champagne' Into A Jacuzzi Has Angered A Lot Of People

    It would seem that Beyonce can do wrong, after she left Twitter users rather angry by seemingly pouring a $20,000 bottle of champagne into a hot tub. The 33-year-old can be seen pouring a bottle of champagne brand Armand de Brignac, also known as Ace of Spades, into a jacuzzi during new Nicki Minaj collaboration music video ‘Feeling It’.

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  • TWO MONTH trek to freedom for woman who fled North Korean coal mine

    A 23-year-old woman condemned to a life working down North Korea's coal mines for 15 hours a day has revealed how she faced crocodiles, dodged human traffickers and climbed across mountains during her two-month flight to safety. Sharon Jang trekked for more than 2,300 miles – a distance further than the entire length of Europe - to escape the secretive state.

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  • Fearne Cotton Leaves Radio One: Her Career In Pictures (22 photos)

    As Fearne Cotton bids farewell to Radio One after ten years on the air, we take a look back at her Children's TV presenting beginnings all the way through to today. 1998: After winning a nationwide search for the next Disney Show presenter, Fearne lands

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  • No, Muslims Weren't Offended by Crosses at a Catholic School now.snopes.com

    A complaint that says crosses at Catholic school are “offensive”, and prevent Muslim prayers, has been filed against Catholic University in Washington, D.C. It is only the latest in an endless series of demands for Sharia Law adherence by Muslims in America.

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  • Coronation Street - who's moving in and who's moving out?

    It’s all change on the cobbles at the moment – some of our most beloved Corrie characters are moving out, while there are a few familiar faces moving in. Make sure your Corrie knowledge isn’t left with more holes than a pair of Underworld lacy knickers by checking out our guide to the outgoing and incoming residents of Weatherfield. It was a sad day when we discovered Craig was drawing his 10-year run in Coronation Street to a close.

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  • EU defies Russian 'bully' but disappoints ex-Soviets

    By Alastair Macdonald and Adrian Croft RIGA (Reuters) - European Union leaders met six ex-Soviet neighbours on Thursday in Riga, rejecting Russian "bullying" in the 18 months since their last summit in a once Kremlin-ruled EU capital sparked conflict in Ukraine. "The European Union stays the course despite the intimidation, the aggression, even the war, of the last year," said summit chair Donald Tusk.

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  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor CONFIRMS She's Pregnant With Her Fourth Child!

    Sophie Ellis-Bextor has confirmed the exciting news that she's pregnant with her fourth child with husband Richard Jones - CONGRATULATIONS, GUYS! The gorgeous singer sparked speculation this week when she arrived at Lorraine's High Street Fashion Awards

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  • David Cameron announces tough new immigration laws

    David Cameron insisted that his ambition remains to dramatically reduce net migration despite official figures showing the number had soared.

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  • After week in jail, Florida mom agrees to son's circumcision

    A Florida woman's yearslong battle with her child's father over the boy's circumcision ended Friday after she agreed to the procedure in exchange for her release from jail. In a remarkable turnaround after a week behind bars for contempt and an initial hearing in which she was ordered to remain jailed, court reconvened and a sobbing Heather Hironimus signed paperwork giving approval for the 4-year-old boy's surgery, recoiling in tears and clasping her shackled hands after it was done. The shift, though under duress, threatened the hero status given to Hironimus by a bubbling movement of anti-circumcision advocates who have followed the case's every turn.

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  • Immigration: What You Need To Know

    :: Immigration – is it a problem? Net migration (the number of people coming in to the country minus the number leaving) is at a record high. Office for National Statistics figures show net migration at 318,000 for 2014 - the highest level for a calendar year since records began in 1970.

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  • What Happened To The Boy From The NeverEnding Story?

    It’s been 31 years since ‘The NeverEnding Story’ hit cinemas, but what is the lad who played Atreyu - and the rest of the cast - up to now? As Atreyu in 'The NeverEnding Story’, he got to wear that badass golden AURYN emblem, although we’re sad to say that was probably his career high point. A boy with a name like Bastian Balthazar Bux was always going to be destined for great things, but actor Barret Oliver quickly realised he was not going to meet his destiny in Hollywood.

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  • Nurse defends work before killings

    Following his release from hospital he axed to death University of Wales student Katie Jenkin, 20, and machine operator Alice McMeekin, 58, at the family home in Newton Street, Millom, Cumbria on June 8 2013. Nurse Garry Dixon explained that Jenkin told him he had been stressed because of tensions with his mother and that he had a sense of hopelessness. "He said he would stop taking drugs and was hopeful he would get a job." Giving evidence at Barrow Town Hall, Mr Dixon said he believed he was "very thorough" in his job and was "very experienced" in assessing risk.

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  • 11 Google Chrome Tips and Tricks You Might Not Know About

    Google’s Chrome browser is now one of the most popular ways of exploring the web for many people all around the globe. The first is apps, which can be downloaded within the browser itself, the second, plug-ins, and the third, Google services. “We are actively working on reducing battery usage and we are looking into when Chrome is in the foreground and in the background,” one team member explained in a recent Reddit AMA.

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  • Elle Under Fire for Not Showing Breastfeeding Cover

    Elle Magazine Australia is taking some heat after refusing to sell their magazine with a woman breastfeeding on the cover.

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