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S Club 7’s Jo O’Meara addresses rumours band could be reuniting

S CLUB 7 star Jo O'Meara has opened up about the rumours the classic 90s band could be reforming while appearing on Loose Women. The 43-year-old singer appeared on the ITV talk show to discuss the chronic back pain that has required her to have extensive surgery, for which she's still recovering. But while on the panel, the group - comprised of Ruth Langsford, Linda Robson, Frankie Bridge and Janet Street-Porter – couldn't resist getting a question in about claims S Club could be bringing it all back for a full reunion.
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Jonathan Ross details parent dynamic when The Masked Singer host, then 26, met wife at 16
"I wasn't that old but I was considerably older and she came straight from home with her parents.“And I think the relationship carried on, I was sort of a parent figure as well as a husband," he explained to the panel."After marrying in 1988, the couple went on to have three children, Betty, Harvey Kiry and Honey Kinny.Jonathan recently revealed that his daughter Betty is in a wheelchair, as she continues to fight a long-term illness.The presenter’s daughter suffers from fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and POTS syndrome.Speaking on Loose Women last month, the talk show host discussed how his eldest child is showing signs of improvement following her treatment.He spoke about how it had been a “tough couple of years" following Betty's diagnosis.The NHS describes fibromyalgia as “a long-term condition that causes pain all over the body”.Jonathan also shared how his daughter struggles with depression and how she is now using an electric wheelchair.“She has fibromyalgia and she has chronic fatigue syndrome and POTS syndrome as well, which is where your heart rate shoots up,” he told Loose Women panellists Kaye Adams, Frankie Bridge, Dame Kelly Holmes and Denise Welch.Speaking about the way Betty’s illness had affected the family, he said: “She still can't walk very far.“We got her an electric wheelchair in the summer, so we can at least go out and go for walks with the dogs and that's lifted her spirits a lot.“Because that's the problem, if anyone out there who knows or who's got someone with a long-term illness, you know, it's the depression."Being stuck indoors and not being able to join in with things because even stairs are a challenge to her."So if we're going out we have to give her plenty of time to get ready,
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Jonathan Ross says rarely-seen daughter Betty, 31, is now in a wheelchair in health update
Jonathan Ross, 62, has given an update on the health of his daughter Betty, 31.The presenter’s daughter suffers from fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and POTS syndrome.Jonathan shares three children with his wife Jane Goldman, 52: Betty, Harvey, 29 and Honey, 25.Speaking on Loose Women, the talk show host discussed how his eldest child is showing signs of improvement following her treatment. He spoke about how it had been a “tough couple of years" following Betty's fibromyalgia diagnosis.The NHS describes Fibromyalgia as “a long-term condition that causes pain all over the body”. Jonathan went on to explain how his daughter struggles with depression and how she is now using an electric wheelchair.“She has fibromyalgia and she has chronic fatigue syndrome and POTS syndrome as well, which is where your heart rate shoots up,” he told Loose Women panellists Kaye Adams, Frankie Bridge, Dame Kelly Holmes and Denise Welch.Speaking about the way Betty’s illness had affected the family, he said: “She still can't walk very far. “We got her an electric wheelchair in the summer, so we can at least go out and go for walks with the dogs and that's lifted her spirits a lot. “Because that's the problem, if anyone out there who knows or who's got someone with a long term illness, you know, it's the depression."Being stuck indoors and not being able to join in with things because even stairs are a challenge to her."So if we're going out we have to give her plenty of time to get ready, get downstairs and then have a rest before we go to the next step, you know."“It does have an impact but the good news is she's definitely showing improvement and feeling better in herself.So we're relieved and we're happy with that.”However, Jonathan
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Linda Robson wouldn't 'stand next to' Loose Women co-star Frankie Bridge over body issues
She began: “We were shooting billboard posters for this Body Stories campaign.“First I was looking at Kaye Adams, who has the legs of an 18 year old.“Then we all started looking over at Frankie Bridge saying, ‘I ain’t standing next to her’ and I said, ‘I don’t mean to be rude Frankie, but there’s no way I’m being photographed next to you’.”Linda continued: “I felt like a big Oompa Loompa and so much more self-conscious about my body, particularly my veiny legs, than I had the first time we’d shot the Body Stories campaign, before Frankie joined the show.“I’m not normally a vain person and apart from plucking my eyebrows and chin hairs I’ve not had anything done, but after the show I thought, ‘If you can make yourself feel a little bit better about yourself, then why not?” Linda added to Mirror.co.uk.Linda previously opened up about her struggles with her weight and how her mum would make harsh comments whenever she'd gained weight.Discussing the topic with her Loose Women colleagues earlier this month, Linda claimed her mum gave her “complexes”.She explained to Kaye Adams, Dame Kelly Holmes and Judi Love that the remarks were meant in a light-hearted way.She revealed: "My mum gave me a few complexes but she didn't mean to, she was like Irish, old fashioned and that."Linda continued: "If I put on a bit of weight she'd go, 'Oh the salad bar is over there'.""She used to go to me 'Oh your face looked lovely on telly today, but your neck...', [then Linda would say] 'It's the only one I've got mum!'."I'd start wearing scarves and used to wear them all the time to cut it [neck] up.She added: "I'd then stand in the mirror and go 'Oh it would look so nice.'"To which Kaye Adams agreed: "We all do that, let's be honest."Linda then
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Strictly's Max George reveals adorable nickname for girlfriend Maisie Smith on big night
Maisie Smith is currently starring as Fran in a reimagining of Baz Luhrmann's Strictly Ballroom in a nationwide tour, and on Tuesday the cast celebrated its Gala night.MORE: Loved-up Maisie Smith and Max George make first public appearance at HELLO!'s Inspiration AwardsTaking to Instagram, the former Strictly Come Dancing star shared several photos of her on stage showing off her dancing alongside Kevin Clifton, who plays protagonist Scott Hastings – and friends and fans went wild.WATCH: Kevin Clifton and Maisie Smith are starring in a new musicalOne of the first to comment was her new boyfriend, The Wanted's Max George, who praised her performance and revealed the adorable nickname he has for Maisie.LOOK: Frankie Bridge, Rochelle Humes and Carol Vorderman exude glamour at the HELLO! Inspiration AwardsMORE: Strictly lovebirds Maisie Smith and Max George makes their relationship Instagram official"You're incredible princess," he wrote.A post shared by Maisie Louise Collender Smith (@maisiesmithofficial)Maisie shared photos from gala nightMaisie also received the support of her former Strictly colleagues, such as Jowita Przystal, who wrote: "You were amazing !!!! go Chicken !!!!!Nancy Chui added: "GIRLLLLL" alongside several fire emojis.Maisie, who appeared alongside Max at HELLO!'s Inspiration Awards just hours before the Gala show, previously spoke of her new role, revealing it "the best thing" she's ever done.The 21-year-old appeared alongside Kevin on Good Morning Britain this week and was asked if the show was the best thing she's ever done. "It absolutely is!" replied Maisie.
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Meet the #HelloToKindness winners at the HELLO! Inspiration Awards 2022
HELLO! Inspiration Awards welcomed a whole host of fabulous faces at a glittering ceremony hosted by Anita Rani on Tuesday.MORE: Davina McCall and Dame Kelly Holmes among the winners of HELLO!'s Inspiration Awards 2022One of the awards was the #HelloToKindness, which was voted for by HELLO! readers and was presented to the three founders of Paul's Place.WATCH: Learn all about bereavement counselling service Paul's PlaceBuilding on HELLO!'s successful campaign to make social media a kinder and gentler place, the #HelloToKindness award honours those who embody the spirit of compassion by spreading cheer in their community or offering support to those in need.SEE: Frankie Bridge, Rochelle Humes and Carol Vorderman exude glamour at the Inspiration AwardsMORE: Meet the celebrity judges at this year's Inspiration AwardsLiverpool-based trio Kath Devlin and Agnes and Joe Williams set up Paul's Place, a free suicide bereavement service for the people of Merseyside, after Kath's brother and Agnes and Joe's son – both named Paul - took their lives 22 years apart.Paul's Place is a specialist bereavement counselling service, provided by the charity Beacon Counselling Trust. Many of their volunteers have themselves been bereaved by suicide and their dedicated commitment in wanting to give something back is truly admirable.
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