Jake Wood, who plays Max Branning in EastEnders, has hit out at those who casually mock ginger people during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.
The EastEnders actor has been addicted to cocaine since she was 14 years old, and entered rehab again earlier this year.
From 'EastEnders' veteran Adam Woodyatt and 'TOWIE' star Joey Essex to Olympic athlete Greg Rutherford, 'Celebrity MasterChef' boasts an eclectic mix of contestants this year.
Dominic Treadwell-Collins, who used to run 'EastEnders', has blamed scheduling shifts caused by sport for the soap's ratings woes.
If happy endings are what you’re after in a soap, then look no further than the iconic Australian show Neighbours, which has been named the number one ongoing drama for successful marriages.
Patsy Palmer has revealed she is known as Julie-Patsy to her friends in Hollywood. The EastEnders star left This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Scofield baffled when she revealed that Patsy is not her real name. Palmer, who was born Julie Anne Harris explained: "My name's Julie really so I'm going to get back to calling myself my real name.
The former EastEnders actress plans to start training as a therapist in September.
Eastenders star took to Twitter to ask photographers to stop following her and setting up camp outside her North London home
'EastEnders' fans were thrilled to see 'Grange Hill' star Lee MacDonald - aka Zammo McGuire - rock up in Walford.
The 50-year-old actor - best known for playing Zammo McGuire in the hit 80s TV show - will play bus driver Terry in the BBC One soap.
The 'Corrie' star won two British Soap Awards for his portrayal of Aidan Connor, who took his own life in the soap last year.
He plays Glukhov, the chief of miners working in the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster.
Daniella Westbrook had filmed a celebrity special of 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' which was due t be aired this week.
'The Young Ones' star Adrian Edmondson will walk the 'EastEnders' cobbles for the first time later this summer.
The actress said there's no point giving up the things she enjoys because she will "die of something fairly soon".
The cheeky EastEnders actor Danny Dyer found one of his more risque jokes cut from the ITV broadcast of the glitzy Olivier Awards.