The TV star celebrated the milestone with a swim and a nice lunch.
Here's the star-studded line-up for this year's charity football game.
The TV star and sports reporter was the man of the match for fans.
The champion sprinter's kids are too young to have any idea that their dad is a famous face all over the world.
Find out who's taking part in the fundraising football match.
The line-up for Thursday's show did not score highly with viewers.
The Sky Sports veteran will help to launch the new broadcaster.
It’s something that both he and pal Robbie Williams love to reminiscence about
Clive Tyldesley made light of suicide commentating on Susanna Reid's loss at Soccer Aid 2019.
It seems Soccer Aid was an audition as well as a football match raising money for an amazing cause (June 5), with some of the celebrity players now reportedly being lined up for roles in a movie about Jamie Vardy after giving sterling performances on the pitch. It’s already been widely reported that One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, who played for winning side England in the Soccer Aid tournament, is being lined-up to play Leicester City footballer Jamie in a film about his life. Now, it looks like Westlife singer Nicky Byrne and comedian Jack Whitehall could be joining him on the big screen.
Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan joined a whole host of famous names on the football pitch as they competed against eachother in the charity match, raising over £5million for UNICEF in the process. Louis’ ‘England’ team, which also featured Robbie Williams, Olly Murs, and Mark Wright, ended up taking home the gold - but Louis seemingly couldn’t resist taking to Twitter to display his trademark sass during the post-match celebrations. In case you missed it, Zayn has had a rather frosty relationship with his former One Direction bandmates ever since he sensationally quit last March, even having a rather public Twitter spat with Louis over his new pal Naughty Boy.
Crowds of nearly 70,000 turned out to Manchester United’s Old Trafford on Sunday night (June 5) to watch two teams of celebrities go head-to-head in the Soccer Aid charity match.
Singer Olly Murs has admitted that he is feeling the pressure ahead of tonight’s Soccer Aid match.
Actress and 50% of ‘Marchelle’, Michelle Keegan, has taken to Twitter to slam reports that her marriage to reality star and TV presenter, Mark Wright, it on the rocks. Michelle had been pictured out at former Corrie co-star, Ryan Thomas’ leaving do without her wedding and engagements rings, fuelling speculation that the beautiful pair are having marriage woes. Michelle insisted that the only reason she wasn’t wearing the sparklers was because she had been working and was keeping them safe.
Fans – including us – were left devastated when One Direction announced their hiatus last year, but now Niall Horan has formed a temporary group to keep him occupied until his reunion with former band mates.
What happens when you get a load of celeb lads together? We’ll tell you, pranks, hijinks and shenanigans.
Olly Murs celebrated his football team’s victory in a way that will definitely prove memorable - by getting totally naked and using their trophy to cover his modesty. On Twitter, he posted the photo alongside two other photos of him and the Coggleshall Town football team. Olly himself will be taking to the football pitch on June 5 as part of this year’s Soccer Aid, making up part of the England team alongside the likes of Louis Tomlinson, Mark Wright, Marvin Humes, Paddy McGuinness, Ben Shephard, Jack Whitehall, Jonathan Wilkes, John Bishop and Jamie Theakston.
The 24-year-old is the latest star to join the line-up for the charity football match Soccer Aid to play against a ‘Rest Of The World’ team on Sunday 5th June, in aid of children’s charity Unicef. Louis will be donning the satin shorts to represent the England side, which will be partly managed by pop star and all-round entertainer Robbie Williams, who is the ambassador for Unicef UK. Speaking about hitting the pitch for the first time, Louis said: “I’m really excited to play in this year’s Soccer Aid event.