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Despite Jack being left out in the cold while Lateysha and Nicole “I don't know, I felt like there was a connection since then,” Teesh told us. Oh god. What fresh hell is this? Kelly's forays into the murky Lateysha Grace – “ The Beyonce of The Valleys” This is the only possible explanation for his continued participation in their 'relationship', which occasionally ends in mercifully 2 thoughts on “The Valleys: Where Life Begins”. Add yours. Jack. The Valleys returns with a steamy shower scene, crazy birthday party and unique Later, Jack's taking a shower and Lateysha decides to give him a helping hand . It's in a memorial garden for god's sake." Relationships.
Inas the character "Harvey Daley," he was the last person killed on the series Gunsmoke in the third-to-last episode, No. On the DVD commentary of the film, Streisand says Busey was great and that she had seen him on a TV series and thought he had the right qualities to play the role.
In the same year he also starred in the small yet acclaimed drama Straight Time and the surfing movie Big Wednesdaywhich is now a minor cult classic. In the s, he had prominent supporting roles in successful action films such as Predator 2Point Break and Under Siege.
Inhe also voiced himself in an episode of The Simpsons  and appeared in the popular miniseries Into the West. Busey controversially appeared in the Turkish nationalist film Valley of the Wolves: IraqKurtlar Vadisi: Irak, in Turkishwhich was accused of fascism, anti-Americanism  and anti-Semitism.
Inhe joined the second season of the reality show Celebrity Rehab with Dr. In a series of YouTube advertisements for Vitamin WaterBusey appeared as Norman Tugwater, a lawyer who defends professional athletes' entitlements to a cut from Fantasy Football team owners. On September 1,it was announced that he would be competing on the 21st season of Dancing with the Stars. They did what most if us try to do - find the funny side of life even when life gets tough.
We still believe in the Conners and for fans we still want to know what they are up to 20 years after they left us.
I'm intrigued and excited to find out what the Conners have been up to, although I might be in for quite a wait. The UK hasn't yet picked up the new series so by the time I get to enjoy series 10 I will probably have seen all of the spoilers. Such a fan of the show we took an extra day of our Route 66 American road trip to visit the house in Evansville. Sadly due to a hire car that didn't want to join in the fun we didn't make it.
Watching the show back now with their Cubs and Bears references makes me smile even more of memories of a wonderful adventure. I'll be sat in my chicken shirt, drinking a root beer when the series finally makes it across the pond. Late to the party I started watching from series 4 as a new hero of mine, Joe Lycett was among the contestants.
The idea is straight forward enough - for the 5 contestants to carry out a variety of tasks over the series to gain points. The overall winner of the series wins in his words a near exact replica of my saggy old head. That's the 'saggy old head' of the Taskmaster - comedian and actor Greg Davies who judges the contestants efforts.
Devising the tasks along with show creator Alex Horne who is both assistant to the Taskmaster and also umpires the challenges. After laughing my way through series 4 I had to watch the previous 3 series to see what I had missed. The manor in which Greg Davies dishes out the points is also irrelevant but hilarious, with one effort simply being described as 'horse shit'. The show has gone from strength to strength becoming Dave channels most viewed show.
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After watching every series I wasn't sure who they could book for series 5 to match what we've already enjoyed. It was another triumph, possibly even my favourite series. Bob's mind doesn't work like anybody else's and the results were glorious. Both songs by both teams were quite frankly incredible. A two-part 'Champion of Champions' special will air from December 13th for the winner of each series to battle it out. So without giving any more away I urge everyone to watch them.
From the enthusiasm of Mel Giedroyc, the deadpan no-nonsense approach of Paul Chowdhry or the wonderful wierdness of Noel Fielding it has become my 'go to' show - the show you can happily re-watch when you just want to laugh. Champion of Champions' starts Wednesday 13th December on Dave.
The Valleys' Lateysha Grace welcomes baby girl
Get Me Out Of Here I have never used social media to be horrible to people but sadly I really feel I need to make contact with you to tell you what a horrible person you are. BUT you causing this furor is equally unacceptable.
You are just continuing a vicious, endless cycle of nastiness. It hasn't achieved anything other than more hate.
The way this whole situation has been dealt with has been disgraceful by all parties, trying to eradicate prejudices of any kind will never be resolved by calling out a few tweets sent by a 16 year old which were at worst, ignorant and immature. Your interview on 'Lorraine' just came across as someone who has sadly struggled with bullying but rather than address this in a more productive manor, you took it out on someone who now has no way of making amends.
Jack Maynard had previously apologised for the tweets he sent 5 years ago. Other current contestants in this year's series of 'I'm A Celebrity' have also used derogatory language on social media. You are also guilty of this, some of your previous tweets are now being re-posted on social media with equally offensive terms and language.
I have found this whole situation far more offensive than any of the tweets at the centre of this storm. Keeping this story back until the show had begun, you and your newspaper bosses would have known that producers would have asked Jack to leave the show.
I'm not a Jack Maynard fan who is supporting him no matter what, I had never heard of him before he entered the jungle. I'm a small fish trying to get my point across to the huge corporation you work for. It won't work but maybe you might wonder why so many people have messaged you about this situation, perhaps they are fed up too. This grizzly journalism regularly causes nothing but upset for everyone involved, yourself included.
Viewing figures would suggest that I'm not the only person who has switched off recently. For me it's a combination of a few things - too many episodes per week to keep up, repeated storylines but mostly paper thin characters that I no longer believe in. Repeating Coronation Street from what I would consider the shows glory years.
Picking up 26 years after the show started, we see a very different show to the soaps of today. Kev's landlady, the legendary Hilda Ogden is not impressed with his choice of girlfriend. Along the street the memorable characters keep coming: It's been a real treat to watch these episodes, from the famous ginger cat on the roof during the opening credits, mentions of Balaclava Street to the hilariously abrupt endings with no cliffhanger moments.
Of course they are needed every now and then but recently the soaps tend to bumble along for a few months then use a stunt episode in an effort to draw the audience back. Unfortunately I don't think soaps could survive without that format because every member of the cast back then played a character with much more depth, sadly now it's just a collection of either middle aged people with no character or young attractive people behaving badly.
We've seen everything there is to see now so nothing really stands out or keeps us on the edge of our seats like back then. Always considered a legend of the show but watching so many episodes I now understand why.
I've loved going back in time enjoying these episodes and can't wait to see how the stories unfold - will Rita get together with Alan Bradley? Will Jack Duckworth get to drive the car Vera has won in a competition? And most importantly why was Bet wearing toilet rolls for earrings? We had been told that Lena Dunham's 'Girls' current sixth series was going to be the last, I am still bracing myself for the final journey we will be taken on. Last week, two more splendid shows announced they were ending.
First up was Yonderland. One of the best shows that we have been treated to for a long time, it's a fun-filled fantasy comedy that is as much for adults as it is for kids.
The joyous story of Debbie Maddox who finds the mystical land of Yonderland in her kitchen lada. The 'Horrible Histories' team play the human characters along with a host of puppets. There will be one 90 minute special to end what has been a fantastic series of great British comedy drama. With so many television platforms now, I wonder if we are now spoilt for choice.
Not in quality but quantity. To put a show together with such a strong team of cast and crew is scarce.
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If the decision was that of financial reasons then I fear for the future of British TV. Two fantastic shows that TV execs should be doing everything they can to keep. I can only hope that someone decides Mount Pleasant is worth picking up, the cast have indicated they wanted to carry on. I'm sure that the final upcoming episode of Mount Pleasant will be a fitting end to a wonderful show.
Even just to see Barry Bobby Ball asking 'what's crack-a-lackin' one more time! For the last few years that has been overshadowed by that moment of dread when you remember the scramble to get your hands on that golden ticket. If you've recently tried to buy tickets for a music gig or even a stand-up comedy tour, you will understand.
Knowing that yourself or so many others haven't been lucky is bad enough - sometimes there are simply too many people wanting to go to an event that undoubtedly will leave people disappointed.
The problem is that we are losing out to a growing number of people or slimeballs as I prefer to call them who have no intention of using their ticket for anything other than making money. The secondary ticket market has become now a multi-billion pound business with no sign of stopping. Secondary ticket companies were originally set up as a way to genuinely help people buy tickets to a gig at the last minute. The recent reports of tickets for Robbie Williams tour dates highlighted what is also now happening.
Described on their websites as "priced according to demand, in consultation with our clients, the event organisers". Meaning that as it's a popular event we can charge above the face value price and make a tidy profit from the customer. As these tickets were put on sale by Robbie's management company, they are the people slimeballs who will receive the profit.
This confirmed to the disgruntled fan that not only are there individual slimeballs taking tickets away from them but now the industry has stepped in to cash in on them too. The dramatic headlines about this revelation took aim at Robbie. Some of these secondary ticket companies are owned by major ticket companies, GetMeIn being owned by Ticketmaster indicates just how shady the whole business is.
Being unsuccessful in purchasing tickets via Ticketmaster you are immediately directed to GetMeIn to purchase tickets at an inflated price. However, as much as they may try it cannot stop what is going on. The furore has grown again as Ed Sheeran tickets sold out in minutes but were immediately available on secondary sites for extortionate prices.
It's been done many times before with no results, but where social media can sometimes be used for something great, it has kick-started a huge movement. Under the ToutsOut name there seems to be something happening this time. The only way to stop the slimeballs is by 1 nobody using secondary ticket companies.
Never going to happen 2 Make all live events like Glastonbury Festival - register your interest, your personal info is put on your ticket, prove you are the person on the ticket at entrance to the show or be denied entry.