Appearing on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Davidson confirmed the reports, with Fallon joking that he "didn't have to get engaged to Ariana Grande to come on our show". Last week, Davidson shared a photo on Instagram which appeared to show Grande wearing an engagement ring, with the caption: "You know what you'd dream it'd be like? Grande and Davidson had been dating for just over a month, but have known each other since at least 2016, when Grande appeared as a guest host on SNL.
Sir David said animals are in 20% of all advertisements we see but ‘do not always receive the support they deserve’.
Love Island stars have led tributes to former contestant Sophie Gradon who has died, aged 32. Gradon appeared on the reality series in 2016 when she made history as one half of the show’s first same-sex couple after coupling up with Katie Salmon. Olivia Buckland, who starred alongside Gradon on the ITV2 series, and Salmon both paid tribute on Twitter.
‘There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding her death. A report will now be prepared for the coroner.’
Love Island star Sophie Gradon has died aged 32. Close pal Holly Hagan also paid tribute on social media, tweeting: “You were only helping me battle the Twitter trolls yesterday. Gradon coupled up with Tom Powell and Katie Salmon during her time on the show, becoming the first same-sex couple on the show.
An elderly couple in Florida have been visited by a XXXTentacion fan and inundated with death threats after they were erroneously linked to the rapper’s death on social media. The 20-year-old rapper, whose real name was Jahseh Onfroy, was shot dead in an apparent attempted robbery in Fort Lauderdale, Miami. XXXTentacion was leaving a motorbike dealership’s car park in his luxury BMW electric car when he was attacked.
Chrissy Teigen has trolled husband John Legend with a picture of their daughter Luna and “daddy” Arthur. The American model posted a snap of her two-year-old daughter on Instagram sat in the garden. The teddy bear was a replica of Arthur Read, the feature character of animated TV show Arthur.
Women’s Aid has urged viewers to take his behaviour seriously and recognise when someone is emotionally abusing someone