The broadcaster and lawyer shared photos on social media of himself in a hospital bed and revealed that he had suffered a prolapsed disc in his back which required urgent medical attention.
Harry and Meghan's controversial Netflix documentary airs on Thursday.
The qualified barrister and TV star said lawyers who do legal aid work are not fat cats.
The TV star travelled to Poland to help Oksana Platero's relatives.
The Ukrainian dancer revealed Judge Rinder is helping her grandparents get the medication they need after fleeing their war-torn homeland.
The TV star has travelled to Poland to help the Ukrainian family of his Strictly Come Dancing partner Oksana Platero.
The barrister and TV star defended himself on social media.
The TV judge didn't exactly shoot down rumours he could replace Morgan.
Rinder and Carr have two months to try to reach their weight goal.
The two celebrities chose to bake cakes which depicted them naked in a bubble bath for their Showstopper Challenge.
The 40-year-old model impressed Paul Hollywood with her breakfast muffin biscuits.
The TV star said his grandfather had been determined to 'see joy in the world'.
The 41-year-old TV presenter and lawyer believes he has had COVID-19 and spent 20 days in self-isolation.
The celebrity barrister first appeared on the BBC reality show in 2016.
Liam Payne has revealed that he and Cheryl have been watching “a lot of daytime TV” since their son Bear was born last month. Liam was spotted in London on Tuesday and revealed he and Chezza are huge Judge Rinder fans.
The fallout from EastEnders star Tameka Empson’s early exit from Strictly Come Dancing just keeps on coming. Poor old Judge Rinder says the whole sorry affair has left him “genuinely depressed.” Poor lamb. “I thought when I used to watch the programme that the way everyone got on was completely rubbish – that it was like North Korean propaganda videos,” he told Digital Spy.
The so-called ‘Strictly Curse’ has been around for years – but now top legal expert and Strictly contestant Judge Robert Rinder has given his two-penneth on what he believes lies behind it. Speaking to The Sun, he claims emotional bond is the main catalyst for off-screen passions.
The pair have been close since they attended Manchester University together and the straight-talking criminal barrister, who fronts his self titled daytime TV show, was even best man at the actor’s wedding to Sophie Hunter. Judge Rinder told The Sun newspaper: “My friends will be in the front row cheering me on. Would Benedict be good at dancing?
The sequins are almost ready to sparkle again, with the new series of Strictly Come Dancing right around the corner.
Judge Rinder is the latest name rumoured to be donning his ballroom shoes for a waltz around the dancefloor when Strictly Come Dancing returns later this year. According to reports, bosses at the BBC were ‘desperate’ to get Judge Rinder - real name Robert Rinder - on the show, so that he could have a ‘war of words’ with judge Craig Revel Horwood, who isn’t exactly known for sugarcoating his critiques.