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Ronan Keating 'worried' about son Jack on Love Island after he was 'quiet and nervous'

Proud dad Ronan Keating has playfully admitted how his son Jack’s appearance in the Love Island villa has left him feeling “worried” after the 23 year old made his entrance to Casa Amor last week. Prior to his debut, Ronan had been filled with excitement for his son as he entered the villa in the hopes of finding the love of his life, and even made comments on social media that were filled with unwavering support for his eldest child. However, after two days in the villa, that initial excitement has been tinged with parental concern, after Jack appeared to be “quiet and nervous” during his initial meetings with his fellow Islanders.
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BBC The One Show's Ronan Keating shares concerns for son Jack as he joins Love Island
Love Island villa during Casa Amor week.The Boyzone singer appeared on The One Show on Monday night (July 4) to talk about his son Jack, 23, who has just entered the popular ITV2 dating-reality show.Speaking to his co-stars Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas, Ronan shared his concerns for his son, while branding him a total "softie".READ NEXT: Ronan Keating was 's****ing' himself ahead of son going into Love Island's Casa AmorHe revealed that Jack had been on the shortlist for six weeks, so they had known that the chances of him heading into the villa were high - but they didn't know until the week before.Ronan admitted that he's a "mess" while watching his son on the show, and said that he already misses him.He also noted how Jack appeared to be "nervous" during the first episode, which he thought was "understandable"."He's got such a big heart, and he's a real softy," the proud dad gushed.The Irish singer then opened up about the concerns and reservations he has, explaining: "I'm just worried about him in there, with all of those other guys."Ronan then told the hosts that he had one piece of advice to give his son before he headed into the villa, and that was: "Be yourself and have a good time."Elsewhere in the interview Ronan revealed that he almost fell off of his chair when his son told Gemma Owen that his dad was retired. "I'm doing The One Show next week," he protested while laughing.This comes as Jack got talking to Gemma in last night's show.The pair struck up conversation and seemed to have a lot in common - which could potentially leave things uncertain for Gemma and Luca Bish, whom she is currently coupled up with.The One Show airs from 7pm on weekdays on BBC One or Two. For more of the latest showbiz news from
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Jason Donovan teases 'emotional' Neighbours ending but fears expectations
Jason Donovan has opened up about the "emotional" Neighbours ending but has also confessed he doesn't want it to let viewers down.The Aussie soap has been axed after 37 years and to mark its last episode, Jason and Kylie Minogue are making a special appearance as their fan favourite characters Scott Robinson and Charlene Mitchell.So far not much is known about their Erinsborough return, but Jason was quizzed about it on The One Show.READ MORE: Neighbours' Jemma Donovan's hottest snaps"I'm not going to give too much away about the episode," he told hosts Alex Jones and Rylan Clark."But I can tell you it's going to happen, in what capacity, you are going to have to switch over to Channel 5 and watch."The presenters were desperate for a few hints and begged Jason to tell them if the final scene would see him and Kylie arriving in Ramsay Street and announcing: "We're home!""I can't..." said Jason, before putting Rylan out of his misery by telling him he "could be close"."There is a bit of denim involved, that's for sure!" he added. saying that was why he was wearing ripped jeans on the show."It's a throwback to 1988," he explained.Jason, 54, went on: "It was emotional but it's filming and you know, it moves on."You'll have to wait and see."The star continued: "I hope people are not...
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Alex Jones reveals very relatable school run nightmare
The One Show's Alex Jones is no stranger to a candid update with her children Teddy, five Kit, three and baby Annie, and on Wednesday it was no different when she shared her very relatable school-run struggle.MORE: The One Show's Alex Jones looks stunning in picture perfect summer dressTaking to her Instagram Stories, the mother-of-three shared a snap of herself in the back of a car which was sitting in very heavy traffic.WATCH: Alex Jones shares intimate look inside romantic Paris trip with husband Charlie ThomsonCaptioning the post, the 45-year-old penned: "Nooo rushing home to do school pick up!!!!!"READ: Alex Jones shares rare photos of children during dream getawaySEE: Alex Jones shows rare glimpse of morning routineThe star was on her way from a busy day of filming at a stunning country estate, and looked incredible for the occasion in a glamorous green dress. Alex shared the update with her 338,000 followersDocumenting the sunny day, she added a, "work in progress" gif to a fabulous photo on her Instagram Stories, standing inside the impressive doorway of a large country house.Alex also added a clip of herself strutting her stuff as she took on the gravelly driveway in chic tanned strappy heels.Last week, the BBC host was spotted enjoying a very lavish charity lunch on Friday, alongside Holly Willoughby, Chris Evans and David Walliams.
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The One Show's Alex Jones says she'll be 'fired' after she's mocked for blunders
The One Show after producers decided to showcase a string of her blunders live on air.As the show kicked off, co-host Jermaine Jenas couldn't wait to highlight the fact that Alex often got celebrity names wrong while interviewing them.Starting off the conversation, while talking to actress Bel Powley in the studio, the star talked about working with Jennifer Aniston and how she feared she would accidentally call her Rachel- a character she played for many years in sitcom Friends.But Jermain reminded everyone that Alex often has the same problem, by showing previous footage where the presenter messed up on several occasions.After her montage of errors was show, a red-faced Alex said: "Oh my goodness, I'm so going to get fired." But she also put her mistakes down to her age. Actor Max Beesley who was also on the sofa alongside Bel admitted that he had made a similar mistake in the past when he accidentally called Jack Duckworth actor Bill Tarmey by his Coronation Street's character name.Later on in the programme, the blunders seemed to keep on coming for Alex.While having a look at the new BBC News studio with presenter Huw Edwards, Alex almost fell off her chair.As she made her way to the new studio, Alex chimed "I am here everybody.""Hello Huw," she said before almost falling off her chair and shrieking in shock.
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‘Pulled apart!’ Robert Glenister compares ‘tensions’ in new BBC show to ‘Brexit divisions'
BBC drama Sherwood to that caused by the Brexit Referendum in 2016.The Hustle actor appeared on The One Show today to promote Sherwood alongside Downton Abbey actress Joanne Froggatt.Robert, 62, explained to The One Show presenters Jermaine Jenas and Alex Jones how the “same sort of divisions” are present in the new BBC drama as they were at the time of the Brexit vote.Sherwood is inspired by the tragic events that occured in the village of Annesley Woodhouse back in 2004. Two brutal murders shook the small Nottinghamshire village at the time, and the ways in which they affected the community are explored in James Graham’s gripping new show.Speaking to Jermaine today, Robert explained how the piece was “partly inspired by two tragic killings”, pointing out that the crimes occured in a traditional mining village.“The fugitives disappeared into Sherwood forest; it was the biggest manhunt this country’s ever known,” he reflected.He told the presenters how, because Nottinghamshire police “couldn’t manage" on their own, they had to call for reinforcements, which included the Met Police. “Consequently, it created huge tensions going back to the miners’ strike of 1984, when the Met came up to help police the picket lines,” he said.Robert stars as DI Kevin Salisbury opposite acclaimed actor David Morrissey, who plays DCS Ian St Clair in the dark mystery.During the interview, Robert went on to compare the community’s reaction to the country’s response to Brexit in more recent years. “This story is really about community and how events can divide communities, can divide families,” he said.“I mean, there is sort of a link to Brexit, if you like, because it caused the same sort of divisions. “It’s about the people - people who were
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