Jeremy Clarkson fears spending final days ‘howling, sobbing and quivering in a corner’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

He continued, telling an anecdote about a run-in he had with a girl who was surprisingly accepting of her fate. 

The Clarkson’s Farm star wrote in his Sunday Times Column that over the years he has been around people in their “last moments and I’m always staggered by how sanguine they are. How accepting of their fate.”

He told the story of a girl he made who became pregnant shortly after being diagnosed with cancer. 

“Despite the gut-wrenching sadness of the moment, she smiled and was calm,” he said.

Piers Morgan in tears as Matthew McConaughey’s gun massacre speech reminds him of daughter | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

In dramatic scenes, the White House then released a statement reminding the public that “the Constitution enshrines the freedom of speech and the freedom of the press”.

Although Piers is now back home in the UK, he still cares passionately about gun law reform and he has posted again about the issue on Twitter today.

He discussed his column for the New York Post in view of almost eight million followers, describing “why @McConaughey‘s heartbreaking, passionate speech about the Uvalde school massacre was the most powerful & unifying rhetoric on guns I’ve ever heard.”

He added: “These #Uvalde hearings are heartbreaking, enraging, sickening & unbearable. The answer to all this misery, pain and torment cannot be to do nothing, America.”

‘Completely destroy you’ Cliff Richard feared heart attack after false sex assault claims | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Sir Cliff Richard, 81, has made an impassioned plea after admitting he feared he would suffer a heart attack when he was falsely accused of child sexual assault charges. The Mistletoe and Wine singer denied all claims and was never arrested.

He sued the BBC over its coverage of a police raid on his home, winning £210,000 in damages in 2018. 

The broadcaster was also ordered to cover Cliff’s legal costs, which exceeded £850,000, and South Yorkshire Police was ordered to pay him £400,000 damages. 

After Cliff spent more than £3million clearing his name, he made a speech in the House of Lords on Wednesday explaining that he will never get over the ordeal. 

He is campaigning to change the law so that suspects have anonymity unless they are charged with a crime. 

It added that it was “pleased” to have reached an “amicable settlement” in the case. 

Officers had been investigating an allegation made by a man who had accused Cliff of a sexual assault dating back to 1985.

Cliff was never arrested or charged, and the case was dropped two years later.

“It was very intrusive,” Cliff told Jonathan Ross. 

Victoria Beckham shares snap of ‘water baby’ Harper, 10, to celebrate World Oceans Day | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

In view of her 30.1 million followers, Victoria shared a short, black and white clip of her daughter in a swimming pool.

The mother of four had added a sparkling filter over the snap as Harper lay on her back and relaxed while taking a dip.

Victoria captioned the post: “Happy #WorldOceansDay from my favourite little water baby! #HarperSeven

“We’re so lucky to have our beautiful oceans, it’s so important to care for them today and every day,” she told her fans.

Victoria’s followers rushed to comment on the post, applauding the star for her efforts to raise awareness for the cause.

Stacey Solomon mortified as she answers the door to handyman in ‘saggy grey underwear’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

“Rose wanted to jump in, so I thought ‘Oh, I’ll just wear my old, grey underwear’ and the man fixing the insinkerator came,” she explained, giggling with embarrassment.

“Just had to [get out of the pool and] open the door to [him] in the greyest, saggiest granny underwear ever!”

She added: “Pretty sure the fact that they’re soaking wet made them transparent in places.”

She then uploaded a close-up photo of herself modelling the offending underwear, zoning in on the print.

‘It’s a curse’ Zoe Ball’s son Woody admits they ‘only see each other when they’re working’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Zoe Ball, 51, has spoken to her son Woody Cook live on-air on BBC Radio 2. The 21-year-old said his relationship with his mum could be “bizarre” at times. 

The star, who is the son of Zoe and Norman Cook AKA Fatboy Slim, has appeared alongside his mum on Celebrity Gogglebox. 

She started by asking her son on the show this morning: “Woody, hello darling, how was your weekend?”

“Good, stressful, long,” he said in response.

Woody continued: “It’s bizarre that… I always say it but we only see each other when we’re working.” 

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The star made his TV debut on The Circle 2 on September 24, 2019.

And fans were in hysterics at the time as Woody accidentally flirted with Richard Madeley after mistaking him for someone else over a video call.

He played himself in the reality show, but didn’t reveal who his famous parents were until weeks into the series.

Woody appeared alongside mum Zoe Ball on Celebrity Gogglebox in 2020.

Thick as s***’ James Jordan defends GMB’s Susanna Reid after cruel remark from troll | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Strictly Come Dancing star James Jordan rushed to Susanna Reid’s defence yesterday after a troll aimed an attack with incorrect grammar. The 44-year-old urged him to “at least pretend” to be educated.

The drama had begun after @stemuffy had told Susanna: “Your shit at your job.” (sic)

Not to be defeated, she hit back by retorting: “You’re pretty rubbish at spelling, but there we go.”

As some of her 878,000 followers stepped in to support her, James Jordan led the pack by addressing the tweeter personally.

Using a tears of laughter emoji, he exclaimed: “If “you’re” going to troll someone at least try and pretend “you’re” educated.”

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After hearing that the comments were considered “disrespectful” to those who “struggle with spelling”, she exclaimed: “Can’t believe some people are actually sticking up for an internet troll and judging the victim instead.”

@MarcHasNoFilter advised: “[Trolls] also see being blocked as a badge of honour. Mute them instead.

“They can still hurl abuse at you, but you won’t see it and they’ll just be ranting into the wind, totally oblivious.”

“Well done on standing up for yourself!” chimed in @craig_p1.

Shakira looks downcast in first public outing since split from footballer Gerard Piqué | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Shakira looked downcast as she took her children Milan and Sasha Pique Mebarak to a karate lesson today, just days after announcing her split from her partner of 11 years years, footballer Gerard Pique.

The Colombian singer, 45, put on a brave face as she stepped out in a grey t-shirt and black jeans, which she paired with trainers.

She wore her fiery tresses in their natural waves which fell down her back.

The star clasped her son’s hand as she climbed back into the car following the lesson.

It comes days after Shakira’s communication agency announced the news of the split in a statement which read: “We regret to confirm that we are parting ways.

“For the well-being of our children, who are our highest priority, we ask that you respect their privacy. Thank you for your understanding.”

‘It was rough’ Emmerdale’s Charley Webb left drained over ‘hellish’ family problem | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

The soap star explained the reason after sharing in an earlier post that Matthew left notes for all their children on the kitchen counter.

However, some clever fans spotted that Ace’s note had been signed off with ‘Matthew’ instead of ‘daddy’ like the other children’s messages.

Charley then publicly replied to all the fans that reached out sharing their confusion.

She said: “I’ve had so many messages saying, ‘why does Matthew’s note to Ace say, ‘to Ace, love Matthew,’ and not daddy?’

“That is because Ace has decided that he isn’t going to call him ‘daddy’ anymore.

“He calls him Matthew. Like, not all the time but probably about 95 percent of the time.

“And because he knows what Matthew doesn’t like, he does it more. It is quite funny.”

Kylie Minogue insists legal battle with Kylie Jenner over trademark name ‘had to be done’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

She previously addressed the issue on The Project, admitting that she had been “upset” when she heard about Jenner’s challenge.

Interviewer Lisa Wilkinson told her that Australia was “genuinely outraged when [they] heard she was trying to own the name Kylie worldwide”.

However Minogue played it down, simply describing the incident as “a bother”.

“I didn’t want there to be any (trouble) about it, so everything was taken care of … very nicely, I have to say,” she added.

She also insisted that references to Kylie as a “secondary” personality were simply “lawyer speak” and not something she’d ever say personally, adding: “That certainly did not come from me.”