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It’s been a week of tiers and fears, but there was still plenty of joy to be found in the world of entertainment. Gemma Collins gave us serious I’m A Celebrity deja vu as she had an encounter with a polar bear and the voice of Peppa Pig shocked fans as she changed lanes with a role in Netflix’s The Haunting Of Bly Manor. Meanwhile, Lewis Capaldi did not hold anything back in his latest Instagram story and it was also 20 years since one of the most memorable – and mortifying – awards show moments ever.
This week, there were plenty of moments to keep us laughing, from Mariah Carey rewriting history in her new autobiography to Jane Fonda’s unique way of encouraging people to vote. Meanwhile, Katie Price unveiled a new tattoo of partner Carl Woods’ face (!!), Glenn Close got creative on Instagram and can we please take a second to talk about Lenny Kravitz on the cover of Men’s Health?
There were laughs aplenty this week, as 81-year-old Iris returned to This Morning with her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Piers Morgan’s Spitting Image puppet was unveiled – and he was not a fan – Gordon Ramsay’s son showed just how much he’s like his father and the Great British Bake Off was back to its innuendo-filled best.
There’s no denying it, it’s been A. Week. But among all the doom and gloom, there was plenty of fun stuff to see us through thanks to the world of entertainment. We’re celebrating Schitt’s Creek storming “The Pandemmys”, Emily Maitlis’ hellish gaffe on Newsnight and Matt Lucas’ hilarious Bake Off debut. Plus, there’s new music from Kylie Minogue and find out why Roman Kemp could be the next Harry Styles.
As excitement for the SM:TV special builds, there’s nostalgia in the air as the team remembers the glory days of Saturday morning kids telly. Elsewhere, Five Guys A Week and Born Famous top this week’s TV picks, and find out why we’ve fallen in love with Katherine Ryan (and her wardrobe) on Netflix’s The Duchess.
This week in entertainment, Steps return with a new single and tour. We talk about the nostalgia pop sounds of Dua Lipa, Kylie Minogue, Beyoncé and Lady Gaga. We take a look at Love Island USA, Charlie Kaufman’s new Netflix film and of course, the nudists that appeared on This Morning.
This week in entertainment, the announcement for the Strictly Come Dancing 2020 contestants came in one by one. We review Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande and the Miley Cyrus performances from this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
This week in entertainment, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is finally released and we look at the rest of 2020’s cinema releases. After a glimpse of Colin Farrell’s Penguin in The Batman teaser trailer, we look at other insane celebrity transformations for a role, plus our streaming recommendations for the week.
This week in entertainment, rumours swirl for Strictly Come Dancing’s socially-distanced return in October. We look back a decade to perhaps the best series of The X Factor in 2010, Katie Price is not disappointing on her YouTube channel, The Muppets return on Disney+ and we take a look inside the Bruderhof.
This week in entertainment, Selling Sunset series three returns to Netflix, we have a quiz on The Weakest Link to celebrate 20 years of Anne Robinson’s icy put-downs. Plus, we give our recommendations for what to stream this week, with HBO’s We Are Who We Are and Howard on Disney+.