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While most of the nation can't find themselves able to pick a favourite between TV presenting duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, BGT judge Amanda Holden is quite confident when doing so. When the mother-of-two was put on the spot over who she was more fond of, Amanda told the Daily Star: "Oh Dec. Me and Alesha [Dixon] always say that."Despite choosing Dec over Ant, the blonde presenter has previously spoken wonders about both. Back last year Amanda, 48, praised Ant following his stint in rehab over the summer of 2017. "[Ant] has been in this industry since he was a kid so I think that he's got a strong backbone and I think he's got thick skin," the star told Heart Online just weeks before he was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.Amanda Holden is a judge on BGT whilst Ant and Dec present the hit ITV showAlso last year, Amanda sent her love and support to Dec as he prepared to present Saturday Night Takeaway without his best friend, who following his arrest had taken some time off from TV.MORE: Amanda Holden's family home and country cottage are super-stylish - take a look insideThe Britain's Got Talent judge tweeted ahead of the show: "Sending our love tonight GoDec @antanddec @itvtakeaway," alongside a picture of a boxing glove.And earlier this year, since starting the BGT auditions, Amanda and the boys seem to be back to doing what they do best - making fun of each other! Back in February the popular duo mocked Amanda for a unique photo she had shared which showed her posing with her leg against a shower wall with the caption: "can't help thinking how funny this would be if it suddenly turned on."The trio like to make fun of each other on social mediaA day after the pair shared a similar pouty picture of themselves in a shower, replicating the pose adopted by the mother-of-two. "Inspired by @noholdenback yesterday [crying with laughter emoji]," they captioned the post.WATCH: Ant and Dec reunite in brilliant Britain's Got Talent trailerBGT will return to our screens in April.News The Independent
Germany and France have warned that Theresa May will need to present a “clear and precise” reason why she needs a Brexit delay when she meets EU leaders later this week if she wants to have any chance of them approving it. Michael Roth, Germany’s Europe minister, said EU member states were “really exhausted” by the UK’s approach to talks, warning the situation was “not just a game”. Meanwhile, his French counterpart Nathalie Loiseau said Ms May would have to present “something new” that did not just result in an extension of “the same deadlock”.Style Evening Standard
It’s set to be a year of massive change for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, with their upcoming move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, Meghan Markle’s due date on the horizon and their new split from William and Kate's royal household. Now, new reports suggest the couple had hoped to take things one step further and be "totally independent" from Buckingham Palace. Last week Kensington Palace announced that the Queen had “agreed to the creation of a new Household for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, following their marriage in May last year” and that it was set to be “established in the spring”.News Yahoo News UK
Brenton Tarrant, 28, the accused in the Christchurch shootings, may not face terror charges, say legal experts.Style Hello!
Emmerdale fans have been speculating for weeks about Joe Tate's reported death, with Debbie Dingle's boyfriend appearing to have died after being hit by Cain Dingle. However, on Monday night, viewers were left in shock after Joe, played by Ned Porteous, was revealed to be alive at the end of the episode in Monte Carlo. It has been five months since Joe was seen in the soap, and it emerged that Graham Foster had helped him flee abroad to save him from his stepmum Kim Tate. Kim recently returned from prison and has been watching Graham, and she discovered that he was hiding someone abroad.Emmerdale's Joe Tate isn't dead after allMORE: Loose Women's Andrea McLean reveals unexpected news"There never was a body to dispose of because he was never dead," Kim told a surprised Graham. Kim made the discovery after realising that money was being taken from her account. "It seems you're not the only one with a ruthless streak," Graham told Kim, as she questioned why he had made Cain Dingle believe he had murdered Joe. However, while Graham felt smug about helping Joe, Kim gave him a threatening ultimatum. "Joe might be out of my reach, but you're not," she said. Taking to Twitter after the show, fans were quick to speculate about whether or not Joe would make a return to the Dales and reunite with Debbie. One said: "So Joe is alive. Is anyone going to tell Debbie and Cain I wonder?" Another wrote: "When Cain finds out I think it will be wise Graham legs it to Monte Carlo too. Interesting few weeks ahead."READ: Alex Jones shares rare photo of son Teddy on birthdayLoading the player...Emmerdale in 60 seconds Actor Ned opened up about his 'exit' in October, and it is not yet known whether he will be making a return to the soap or whether it was a cover up for the storyline. Talking to Digital Spy about his last scenes, he said: "It was tremendously exciting filming all of this last bit to the story, as there had been a lot of build-up to this point. We knew the course of this storyline for a good deal of weeks beforehand, so we had a lot of time to emotionally prepare for what was going on in the scripts." On his future plans, the actor added: "I want to move back to London and I want to do a bit of travelling. I haven't had a holiday for a very long time, so I'm desperate first to get out to America. I've got management out there so I want to try my hand with the American casting system and then go on a little holiday. I think I will turn my phone off, go climbing, go camping, go fishing."Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.Finance House Beautiful
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