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Chris Hughes is a rapper and model best known for appearing on the most recent series of Love Island. He is now an ambassador for male suicide prevention charity CALM. In this exclusive vlog for HuffPost UK, filmed on World Mental Health Day, Chris opens up about his own mental health, and talks about his new #DontBottleItUp campaign with CALM and Topman.
With live shows now officially underway, this week it's a 'Strictly Come Dancing' special on 'Into It'. Now we've seen the 15 new contestants strutting their stuff for the first time, the team is discussing the biggest surprises of the bunch, and casting their minds forward to the rest of the series.
With half of the 'Strictly Come Dancing' line-up having now been revealed, the 'Into It' team is looking ahead to this year's series and making some predictions about what's about to play it out on the dance floor. After a week of ups and downs for Sarah Harding on 'Celebrity Big Brother', they're also discussing what's next for her once she's left the house, as well as delving into some of the most highly-publicised celebrity feuds of all time.
The rumoured proposed changes to 'The X Factor' have got the 'Into It' team talking this week, specifically Simon Cowell's plans to rid the show of novelty acts. Plus, Kesha's triumphant return sparked a discussion about the most effective pop comebacks of recent years, with Rihanna getting the thumbs up from the group (which is more than can be said for Lady Gaga).
'She’s glamorous but she’s fiery too. She could bring lots to the table.'
‘I’m A Celebrity’ bosses are reportedly eyeing Rebekah Vardy to join the line-up for the new series. While it’s still a few
'If you’re spending eight hours a day literally in between someone’s inner thigh...'
Ex-’Strictly Come Dancing’ star Gethin Jones has given his take on the show’s infamous curse, which has caused many relationships
Who's trying to crack America? And who has swapped music for studying?
‘The Voice UK’ may have been on our screens since 2012, but it’s fair to say the acts that have appeared on the programme