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Is Nicola Wheeler leaving Emmerdale after hip injury as star hints at anniversary exit
Emmerdale is celebrating its 50th anniversary in October.The soap has been running since October 16 1972 and has had 33 seasons.Ahead of the 50th anniversary, viewers can expect some dramatic storylines to unfold.One of those storylines might involve Nicola King, who's been played by Nicola Wheeler for 21 years.Fans will know that Nicola has been having a tough time in recent episodes.The councillor was the victim of an attack after she was set upon by a group of teenage girls in a car park.Since the horrific attack, she has struggled with an anxiety condition.Nicola has been part of some dark storylines, and that might continue as it's been hinted that she could make a dramatic departure during the 50th anniversary episode.Speaking on This Morning with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, Nicola dropped some huge hints that her character will be leaving the Dales after the soap's 50th anniversary.Talking about her recent storyline, Nicola said: "She thinks she's gathered her strength back but it gets worse and worse."Philip proceeded to question the actress on whether she could be leaving the ITV soap, asking: "And for you as the actor playing the character, is this a serious thing? Have you got plans to spend more time with the family?"Nicola appeared nervous as she awkwardly giggled while responding: "It's been a very good storyline."But Philip wasn't ready to let the topic go and continued to probe, asking: "But there are many more that you're looking forward to?"Nicola seemed hesitant to respond at first, but then opened up about the future for her character."I can't tell you! No, I can tell you that something will come up in the future.
Phillip Schofield rages at This Morning caller for 'not watching show' in awkward clash
This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield wasn't happy with a caller as he blasted her for not watching the show. The host was co-presenting the daily segment alongside Holly Willoughby when the pair answered the phone to Emma who was hoping to win some prizes.Getting past the first step and landing on £800, Phil asked Emma: "You know what's next, don't you?," referring to the 'bag of shizzle' that comes out the roof.READ MORE: Emmerdale's Nicola actress drops huge hint she's leaving ITV soap after 21 yearsEmma responded: "I don't, no," which was met with gasps from Holly and Phil.Trying to help her out, Holly asks again: "What normally comes out the roof, Emma?""You what sorry?," a confused Emma asked.The presenting duo couldn't believe what they were hearing, with Holly even stepping back for a second to catch her breath.Emma, what comes out the roof?, Phil chimed before Holly added: "The bag of...?""What comes out the roof?," a baffled Emma asked.Realising she has no idea what they are talking about, Phil fumed: "You don't watch this show!"Emma, who informed the presenters earlier in the segment that she'd spent her morning's in meetings, assured the duo "I've been in meetings, I promise.""You haven't been in meetings for three years!," shouted Phil.After revealing the item that comes out the roof is the bag of shizzle, Phil quipped: "I don't even know whether I'm going to give her one."Deciding to give her the chance to win everything in the bag, Phil began to ask Emma about the performance by a Kate Bush tribute act that took place earlier in the show.
Holly Willoughby forced to look away as guest gets Botox live on This Morning
Holly Willoughby couldn't face watching as a member of the studio received Botox live on This Morning.The presenter, 41, is known for being squeamish and made it apparent at the beginning of the segment that she would be unable to watch.Holly, alongside co-presenter Phillip Schofield, welcomed Dr Amiee Vyas to speak about department store John Lewis offering Botox and also to give a demonstration.Phill, 60, made it clear that they would be "keeping an eye" on Holly and even prepared for events if she ended up feeling slightly "woozy."As the camera panned around, two members on set were holding stools waiting to be brought in if the Freeze the Fear presenter needed a sit down.Phil informed viewers that the patient receiving Botox was in fact a member of their green room, Fleur. As Dr Amiee, who is an aesthetic doctor and cosmetic skin specialist, was about to begin, Holly assured "Yep, I'm alright.""How are you feeling Fleur? Are you not nervous about it?," Phil asked."No, not at all," the This Morning studio member assured. Dr Amiee said: "If anyone's feeling squeamish please look away now" before Holly decided: "Yeah I am going to look away."As soon as Dr Amiee had finished, Holly asked: "How was it? Did it hurt?" "No! I find the dentist worse than that" exclaimed Fleur. The segment sparked debate amongst viewers however, with many fuming the ITV show had decided to "advertise" Botox."@thismorning Can’t believe your advertising Botox has a lunch time treatment..
Crooks are using pics of celebs for fake adverts - and 'making nearly £1m a day'
Holly Willoughby, Martin Lewis and even the Duchess of Cambridge have been used for scams.A report has revealed that flawed regulation is allowing crime gangs to pocket more than £800,000 per day.READ MORE: Grandad loses £24,000 after sending money to fake 'son' in heartless WhatsApp scamThe bogus adverts pop up online in places like the bottom of news websites and blogs.They often boast false claims as clickbait to entice punters to buy a product - that then never arrives.Consumer watchdog Which? said that only 1% of digital advertising is safe from this type of fraud, known as ‘malvertising’.One con showed the Duchess of Cambridge with a black eye under the headline: “Kate finally reveals what caused the dispute.”Readers who clicked on the image were taken to a fake website for face cream which took their money but did not deliver.Other swindles include Martin Lewis purporting to encourage people to invest in cryptocurrency and top chef Gordon Ramsay revealing his “number one cash maker”.The report said a gang that was responsible for a “large scale malvertising campaign” using fake celebrity endorsed bitcoin scam adverts on popular news websites used “fake ad creative, website targeting, a variety of cloaking techniques, and use of reputable ad servers” to bank $1 million (£810,000) in one day.Which? commissioned Beruku, a digital research group, to carry out the research and said the results show the scale of the problem means self-regulation is not working.They said most of the fraud is being carried out by organised criminal groups that create new identities and fake media agencies.The sophisticated racket means that they constantly pop up again under new guises when adverts do get caught.Criminals make money in a
'Don't pay taxes for this' Holly Willoughby risks angering neighbours with home renovation
Holly Willoughby lives in a £2.8 million home in the leafy suburb of Barnes and was given the green light for an extension. She and her husband Daniel Baldwin had been wanting to add a first-floor side and front extension, window and door alterations and a side dormer roof extension at their mansion for over a year.Her neighbours have been complaining about her planning applications over the years, with them saying there will be disruption to the roads as well as noise from the building works.Since buying the home in 2011, she has gone through many setbacks with applications and disgruntled neighbours.According to Daily Mail's Richard Eden, planners have approved her plans for a first-floor extension.Last year, neighbours complained about the disruptions that would be caused due to the presenter's refurbishment plans.As reported by the aforementioned publication, one neighbour, Liliana Velez, said: "Having the noise all week all day for so many months is not the standard of living in such an expensive area to live."I do not pay taxes to get this level of disruption, it is not quality of life."Another local, Julie Halstead, said: "The property of Holly Willoughby has already been extended, I feel that further development as per the proposal, would severely impact the character and nature of this part of the road."A neighbour also sent a letter to the council about it, with The Sun reporting the letter saying: "My workspace is right by the project and having the noise all day and all week for so many months is not the standard of living in such an expensive area to live."I don't pay taxes to get this level of disruption, it is not quality of life.
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.
Holly Marie Willoughby (born 10 February 1981) is an English television presenter, model and author. She is currently the co-presenter of This Morning (2009–present) and Dancing on Ice (2006–2011, 2018–present) alongside Phillip Schofield.