The former Olympic champions alternate as head judges each week, and Torvill made the casting vote to send Stephanie Waring home.
Katie Price came under fire after she was spotted playing with her phone as everyone else cheered on This Morning at the National Television Awards. Price was sat with her Loose Women co-stars, who lost out on the Best Daytime award to the ITV show at last night’s bash. Nadia Sawalha and Saira Khan were pictured applauding Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield as they took to the stage to accept their trophy.
Jodie Whittaker and Suranne Jones urged support for equal pay at the National Television awards. Jones – who scooped the Best Drama prize for her starring role as Doctor Foster – opted to wear a 50/50 badge as a pledge of her support for the campaign. Whittaker voiced her support in a powerful speech as she won Best Crime Series for Broadchurch.
Kylie Jenner is reportedly getting anxious ahead of the rumoured birth of her first child next month. Jenner, 20, stepped out of the spotlight last summer after rumours surfaced that she is pregnant with her first child by Travis Scott. Reports claim Jenner is expecting a baby girl sometime in February with her rapper boyfriend Scott.
Bake Off champion Nadiya Hussain has slammed vile Twitter trolls who told her to “go home”. Hitting back, Hussain – who was born and raised in Luton – tweeted: “Have you not realised by now, that saying ‘go home’ is just not working any more.
Bradley Walsh may have lost out to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield – but he made sure all eyes were on him as they picked up their win. Walsh, 57, was up for Best Daytime at this year’s National Television Awards for The Chase. The ITV game show faced tough competition from Loose Women, The Jeremy Kyle Show and This Morning, who walked away with the win for another year.