ITV have confirmed a contestant set to take part in the upcoming series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here has tested positive for COVID-19
The two celebrities chose to bake cakes which depicted them naked in a bubble bath for their Showstopper Challenge.
The former 'Countdown' star is taking part in the latest series of reality TV series Cariad@iaith which sees celebrities learn the Welsh language.
The presenter has said she shared a bedroom with her mother and older brother and sister.
After watching her be generally amazing in the jungle, it feels like the nation’s fallen in love with Carol Vorderman all over again. This week, she opened up about her recent struggles with post-menopausal depression – and said that had it not been for her children, she would have considered suicide.
In a bit to boost their brand, the Toyboy Warehouse website (us neither) has made I’m A Celebrity star Carol Vorderman an offer she can probably refuse – a whopping £250,000 to register a profile with the site. “One of my boyfriends, I’d gone off him a bit, and I decided to dump him before Christmas – they always get dumped before Christmas by the way,” she told co-star Scarlett Moffatt. Asked by Scarlett about how tricky it is for her to find men, Carol said: “It is because if you are a bloke they tend to be high maintenance and they like a lot of attention and I don’t have the time for it so I prefer to have a few.
If this year’s ultra-chummy I’m A Celebrity love-in has left you pining for more bitchy times, presenter Ant McPartlin might just have the answer to your prayers.
Hosts Ant and Dec reportedly met with half of the celebrity contestants on Thursday to present the first task, which involved a plank, a 32-storey building and some serious courage. Reports suggest Carol Vorderman, Adam Thomas, Joel Dommett, Jordan Banjo and Ola Jordan competed to earn themselves another night in luxury as opposed to heading straight into the jungle. An eyewitness told The Sun: “Carol looked like she was hating every second of it.
Carol Vorderman has been hosting the Pride Of Britain Awards since 1999, but last night’s ceremony – due to air on ITV tonight – saw her get emotional for a very unique reason. Although the presenter is normally seen tearing up at the inspiring stories of everyday heroes, one of this year’s winners was a little closer to home for Carol. War surgeon Dr. David Nott won the Special Recognition award for his work in dangerous parts of the world, with the brave doctor continuously risking his life to save others in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
The 55-year-old is reportedly in talks with ITV and expected to be offered a six-figure sum to appear in the new series. ITV chiefs are also hoping that she will be the brains of the camp. Vorders joins a shortlist of possible I’m A Celeb cast-members, including Made In Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews and Lauren Hutton, Team GB Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, and former Strictly Come Dancing rivals Ola Jordan and Aliona Vilani.
Carol Vorderman has opened up about her love life as she insists that she is happily single after splitting from her toyboy lover. The TV presenter, who has been divorced twice, recently broke up with Graham ‘Duffy’ Duff after four long years together, and has admitted that dating somebody so much younger than her was “a bit silly”. Carol also revealed that she is hoping to stay single for a long ol’ while, adding: “I’m happily single, freely independent and doing my own thing.
Television brainbox Carol Vorderman has put her lavish mansion, where she famously fell off her treadmill NAKED, on the market for £2.6 million – considerably more than the £1.1 million she paid nine years earlier.The former Countdown star renamed the secluded Uplands home ‘Sloblock’ (an anagram of B*llocks) after adding the North Somerset property to her portfolio in 2007.Carol, 55, then spent the next two years carrying out an extensive refurbishment of the 1970’s home, replacing all of the windows and adding features while combining modern architecture with minimalist design.The TV presenter has hosted a number of large parties in the property – with Alan Carr and Gok Wan amongst the guests – but despite the happy memories, Carol has decided to move closer to her mother, and her adult children.James McKillop, from UK & London estate agent Knight Frank, said of the place: “Sloblock Hall is a unique home in a peaceful sought after address which is just five miles from the Clifton Suspension Bridge.“I think it is an attractive house in a great part of the world and regardless of the referendum I think there will be a lot of interest.” Scroll through our slideshow (above) to take a look through the keyhole!Credit: PA Wire/Adrian Hearn Picture Credit: SWNS/Walter Dirks