The Irish model said thinking about her three year marriage to the Westlife singer 'makes me a little bit sick in my mouth.'
Former Westlife star Brian McFadden and fiancée Danielle Parkinson have opened up about suffering a heartbreaking miscarriage
The mother-of-five has written about her own experiences with hate mail after Scarlett Moffatt received an abusive message recently.
Mcfadden: “Incredible how many brits jump on the anti trump bandwagon. He’s exactly what Britain needs! A Britain first at all costs attitude is essential.”
Well, actor Laurence Fox and model Vogue Williams certainly agree – the pair have finally confirmed that their very much an item after weeks and weeks of rumours and tittle-tattle. Actor Laurence divorced Billie Piper earlier in the year, and The Sun reports that Vogue – who split with Westlife singer Brian McFadden last year – has been helping him through the split. “It’s very early days but both Laurence and Vogue consider themselves an item.
There were more than a few raised eyebrows when reality star Kerry Katona welcomed hubby George Kay back into the family fold a couple of months ago. The pair’s turbulent relationship came crashing down in October last year when Kerry kicked the 36-year-old out following claims he’d assaulted her, leaving her battered and bruised following a drinking session. Charges were later dropped when Kerry decided to withdraw her statement against him on the day he was due to appear in court.
Brian McFadden has spoken about his parenting style after admitting to, in a way, trying to ‘buy his children’s affections’ in the past. Brian is dad to Molly, 14, and Lily-Sue, 13, with ex-wife Kerry Katona, and says that he felt guilty when the two split, which led to him trying to make up for it by spoiling them.
In what might sound like the ultimate put-down, former Westlife star, Brian McFadden, has told Zayn Malik that he should quit the music industry for good. Brian, who walked out on the Irish chart-toppers 12 years ago, told The Sunday People: “I know exactly what Zayn is going through, because I had similar problems.
Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona says that Hollywood hunk Colin Farrell tried it on with her back when she was still Mrs Brian McFadden.
Oh blimey, it’s all kicking off for those blokes from Westlife, as former bandmates Kian Egan and Brian McFadden are now in the midst of a fully-fledged war or words. Brian has had a pop at former Westlife pal Kian, after the 2013 King of the Jungle trashed Brian for going on a tour this year to talk about Westlife - which he’d quit just four years in. For those of you not in the know, Brian and former Boyzone star Keith Duffy are touring the UK and Ireland later this year in something called ‘Boyzlife’ – where they’ll be chatting about their time in the band and presumably singing a few of their hits.
Our 90s hearts are brimming with joy right now, as Boyzone’s Keith Duffy and Westlife’s Brian McFadden have announced they’re teaming up to form a new supergroup - Boyzlife.
Kerry Katona has defended her abilities as a parent insisting she is a good Mum and shouldn’t be criticized. In a new interview with Closer magazine, the former Celebrity Mum of The Year says she is tired of people jumping to conclusions about her parenting skills. The 35-year-old is Mum to Molly 14, Lilly-Sue, 13 – from her relationship with Brian - Heidi, nine, Max, seven – from her marriage to Mark Croft - and Dylan-Jorge, 23 months – with her most recent ex, George Kay.
Sadly for Brian McFadden though, next week’s final is all but a pipedream, with the singer falling at the final hurdle during Sunday’s ski cross (February 29). In the end, his record 9.7m jump wasn’t enough to save him, and he bowed out of the contest, leaving Ben Cohen, Tamara Beckwith, Sid Owen, Tom Parker and Dean Cain to battle it out in the final. The Jump recently claimed two more victims, with Sarah Harding being forced to leave after pulling a ligament in her knee.
<p>EastEnders star Sid Owen is making a return to TV as a contestant on The Jump!</p><p>Channel 4′s ski jumping competition, hosted by Davina McCall, is back for a third year with 12 brave new celebrities taking part.</p><p>Sid is joined by fellow EastEnders alumni Louisa Lytton, Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding, Holby City’s Tina Hobley and former Superman actor Dean Cain.</p><p>Mark-Francis Vandelli of Made in Chelsea and TOWIE’s James ‘Arg’ Argent will also take part, as will Olympic athletes Linford Christie, Rebecca Adlington and Beth Tweddle.</p><p>Ex-Westlife singer Brian McFadden and Tamara Beckwith complete the cast.</p><p>This year’s series will air weekly rather than nightly and boasts more live challenges and an all new Ski Jump for those unfortunate souls who end up in the bottom two.</p><p>For the first time all of the celebrities will also live together.</p><p>The Jump returns later this month.</p>
Olympic sprinting legend Linford Christie has signed a big money deal to take to the Austrian slopes. Meanwhile, former Westlife star and perennial reality TV favourite Brian McFadden has also agreed to have a go at the ski-jumping show, reports Digital Spy.
Brian McFadden was reportedly considered for a role on Coronation Street, which he had to decline due to other daytime commitments. The former Westlife singer, who hosts the ITV show Who’s Doing The Dishes?, is rumoured to have been offered the role of Aidan Connor, who was eventually played by Shayne Ward.