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Hollyoaks Osborne family now - Cancer battle, career u-turn, tragic losses and pop fame

Hollyoaks - including a marriage and the birth of a new baby into the iconic family.Nancy and Darren recently wed in a sweet ceremony, including a special guest appearance by The One And Only Chesney Hawkes.If that wasn't all, the couple also welcomed a child together - with all eyes fixed on what lies next for the couple.However their happiness was also tainted with sadness, after the couple lost their close friend Luke earlier in the week.The Osborne family have had many ups and downs since joining the soap in 1996, with many stars taking on the roles of the Osbornes in the past two decades.Here, Daily Star takes a closer look at where the Osborne family are now.Darren Osborne is one of the Hollyoaks OGs, after arriving in the village with his family in 1996.However two separate actors have played Darren during his time on the soap, including Adam Booth and Ashley Taylor-Dawson.Adam Booth originally took on the role, but the character was later recast in 1999.Despite leaving Hollyoaks over 23 years ago, Adam's acting career has gone from strength to strength, with the star appearing in five episodes of Crossroads in 2003 as Garth Guilder.He has also been seen in other TV dramas and soaps like Where The Heart Is, Doctors and two episodes of Coronation Street in 2011 as a butcher.Most recently, he also starred in a gripping ITV drama, The Bay, as Ian Thrower.That's not all, as he has also appeared in a number of theatre productions, including West Side Story and Mamma Mia.He also regularly shares snaps with some of his famous acquaintances on social media, including Keith Lemon, Craig Revel Horwood, Amanda Holden, Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.Back on Hollyoaks, Ashley Taylor Dawson took over the role of Darren

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'Wishing you all the best' Motsi Mabuse reacts to Strictly Come Dancing panel news
Motsi Mabuse, 41, penned earlier today a heartfelt message on social media after Bruno Tonioli confirmed he will not be returning to Strictly Come Dancing in 2022.The Italian judge announced his departure today alongside Michelle Ackerley and Ronan Keating on The One Show, explaining he wouldn't be returning due to the "travel situation" as he lives in the US. In view of her 529,000 Instagram followers, Motsi thanked Bruno for his “kindness and warmth” when she joined the BBC programme.Sharing two pictures of her time on Strictly, Motsi wished him “all the best” in the future.She said: “Last year’s series of Strictly was one of the highlights of my career, it has had such a real impact to us all which has been incredible to witness.“I am so proud to be a part of this show and I am so looking forward to returning for my fourth series! @bbcstrictly !!A post shared by Motsi Mabuse (@motsimabuse)“I sincerely want to Thank you @brunotonioliofficial for your kindness and warmth , I came in and I was met with such love.”The professional dancer added: “Wishing you all the best!!!!!!!”In her post, Motsi also admitted she was excited to be back on the judging panel for a new series alongside her co-stars - Anton Du Beke, Shirley Ballas and Craig Revel Horwood.She wrote: “It’s so exciting to be back !!!!!!!!!!“Can’t wait to see you all @shirleyballas @mrantondubeke @craigrevel & what 2022 has in store for us ……… seriously how do you top 2021.” (sic)Motsi concluded her message with the hashtags “#strictly”, “#strictlycomedancing” and “#strictlycomedancing2022”.Fans of the Strictly judge rushed to the post’s comments section to show their support as they shared their excitement for the upcoming series.Jamiedavy_ said: “I can’t wait
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