Last week, we were all left stunned when it was reported that Danny Dyer was taking a break from BBC soap opera EastEnders as his busy schedule and party lifestyle apparently got the better of him. It wasn’t long before all sorts of sources and insiders came out of the woodwork to claim that the star, who plays lovable landlord Mick Carter, was causing unrest on the set of Albert Square with his wild and cocky behaviour – but show bosses are having none of it. Danny deserves a break.
Loyle Carner has his stage set out like the set of a play - or perhaps it's a family living room - a leather armchair sits stage-right while a bookcase stuffed with old vinyl becomes a deck for the superb beatmaker Rebel Kleff.
Jeremy McConnell has reunited with his ex Stephanie Davis this week, in order to bury the hatchet and spend time with his son. The three have been spending time together in Liverpool in order for Jeremy to bond properly with his son, Caben-Albi. A source said: “Jeremy is still in Liverpool with Stephanie at the moment.
EastEnders star Danny-Boy Hatchard thanked fans for their support last night as his character Lee Carter bowed out from the show. Fans saw Lee abandon his wife Whitney leave Walford for Dover and a fresh start, after months of struggling with depression and mental health issues. The actor posted a video to Twitter on Friday night, telling fans that the response from fans had been amazing, and getting to portray mental illness and have a “positive impact on someone else’s life” had been an honour.
Katie Price has taken to Twitter to accuse her former partner Dwight Yorke of failing to see his son in ten years after the footballer complained he had been denied entry to the US. Dwight is the father of Katie’s eldest son Harvey, who is now 14. The former glamour model and TV personality tweeted a picture of Dwight’s entry-ban story on Saturday morning and wrote: “Why don’t you get a flight to West Sussex and see your son Harvey.
When we noticed that Sam Smith and Adam Lambert were hanging out an AWFUL lot in London, we’re not going to lie – we did get to thinking if this musical duo could become a ‘thing’.
EastEnders fans were rocked by the news that Danny Dyer, who plays the much-loved character of Mick Carter, would be taking a break from the show this year due to ‘exhaustion’. Say it isn’t so, guys! We’re not sure we could handle Mick leaving the show – and let’s face it, if Mick goes, so does the rest of the Carter clan. Well, thankfully EastEnders producers have confirmed that Danny’s short break is NOT permanent.
Chance the Rapper is reportedly turning down some very generous record label offers after he achieved a historic win at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
Watching the Shakil and Bex saga unfold on EastEnders has got us feeling all kinds of teenage angst over the past few months, with Bex’s heartache-laced guitar-strumming providing a fitting backing track to the weeks of tears, traumas and Snapchat-based naughtiness. Now, viewers can get the chance to hear Bex’s songs in full after the actress, Jasmine Armfield, made her latest ballad ‘Boxed Up Broken Heart’ available online. EastEnders hasn’t been this meta since Billy ran in the Olympics!
Three cheers for South East England’s latest musical wunderkind, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, who’s debut album has gone straight to the top of the album charts.