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Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes to host the Oscars -reports
Video: Cumberbatch and Colman land Oscar nods as The Power Of The Dog leads the pack (PA Media)Sir Kenneth Branagh: Belfast film inspired by '20 seconds where my life changed forever'Bat Out Of Hell cast vow to ‘keep flame of rock and roll burning’ for Meat LoafMeat Loaf: Bat Out Of Hell musical stars pay tribute as rock singer dies aged 74BBC reporter on Meat Loaf's friendship with Jim Steinman and his death, aged 74Singer Meat Loaf dies aged 74Maisie Smith: We never stop laughing on Strictly tourDisney shares trailer for infamous sex tape drama Pam And TommySteven Knight on Peaky Blinders movie and Stephen GrahamPeaky Blinders to be adapted into dance show premiering in BirminghamSir David Attenborough hopes Green Planet will make people realise importance of plantsRoyal Mail celebrates The Rolling Stones with special stampsThe Power Of The Dog and Succession triumph at muted Golden GlobesUS comedian Bob Saget dies aged 65Cyrano stars and director discuss movie ahead of its releaseMy one regret is taking working with David Bowie for granted, says collaboratorSir Sidney Poitier dies at the age of 94The film industry's highest honors, which are handed out by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, have not had a host since 2018. Representatives for the actors, the academy and ABC did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
‘I’m sorry!’ Carol Vorderman forced to apologise as BBC guest swears live on air
Carol Vorderman, 61, became flustered during her Saturday show on BBC Radio Wales when her guest, singer Imelda May, 47, unexpectedly dropped a swear word live on air.Imelda joined Carol to talk about her music and her new poetry book, A Lick and a Promise.The conversation turned to Imelda’s musical collaborations over the years, which includes duets with the late Meat Loaf, Noel Gallagher and the Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood.Imelda said: “It’s all about telling a story and then afterwards I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe I sang with such and such’.“But you create friendships, within any workplace, with people that you meet all the time.“And I personally don’t hang around with a*******s, to be honest with you.”After noticing what she had said, Imelda quickly backtracked and exclaimed: “I don’t know if I’m allowed to say that on the radio. I like nice people and good people!”Flustered Carol could be heard giggling in the background before jumping in: “I have to apologise for that word that I can’t repeat!”The shocked singer said: “I’m sorry!” and Carol assured her: “Oh, don’t worry, it’s fine.”Elsewhere in the interview, Imelda paid tribute to her close friend Meat Loaf who died last month.She said: “I get to hang around with the best people, like Meat, I’ll miss him forever.“Meat Loaf was a wonderful man.”Imelda and Meat Loaf met in New York 15 years ago.In 2016, the duo released a version of I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That).After news of Meat Loaf’s death broke, Imelda posted a heartfelt message to the star on her Instagram page.She shared a series of photographs of the pair with the caption: “Meat Loaf, my good pal, has passed.
Arnold Schwarzenegger involved in ‘bad accident’ as he ‘flips SUV onto another car’
TMZ, he was turning onto the busy street when his car collided with a Prius and his GMC Yukon SUV ended up ‘on top’ of the other car.His car then rolled onto a Porsche that was ‘directly behind’ his vehicle – with an eyewitness telling the publication it ‘looked like a stunt from a movie’.The Prius driver has reportedly been taken to the hospital with head injuries injuries.Arnold was seen speaking to others after the crash, and is thought to be doing ‘well’.Representatives for the Twins actor confirmed to the LA Times that he had just left his home and was driving a GMC Yukon, which hit a Prius.They said that he was not injured and stayed at the scene, also speaking with firefighters and police.Sources also told TMZ he was worried about the injured driver, and wanted to personally check up on her.‘There was a collision about 4.35 on Sunset and Allenford Avenue,’ a spokesperson for the LAPD told PA.‘It was a four vehicle traffic collision (and) fire departments and paramedics transported one female to a local hospital with an abrasion to her head.‘Neither alcohol nor drugs are suspected as a factor in this and all parties remained at the scene.’Law enforcement officials are conducting a full investigation into the accident.The crash comes after Arnold’s divorce from Maria Shriver was finalised recently, 10 years after they split.Iconic singer and actor Meat Loaf dies aged 74Adele breaks down in tears as she postpones Las Vegas residency day before first showAnna Kendrick and Bill Hader 'have been secretly dating for over a year'The former couple, who were married for 25 years and share four children together, settled their separation in the Superior Court, according to People Magazine.Maria, 66, initially filed for
Jeremy Clarkson slammed by fan for Meatloaf tribute as clip calling him 'fat oaf' emerges
Clarkson’s Farm star calling him a “fat oaf” has resurfaced just as Jeremy sent out a tweet saying he “liked” the star.Bat Out Of Hell singer Meat Loaf has died, his family has announced today.Plenty of stars have already paid tribute to the talented musician, including Cher, Stephen Fry and Piers Morgan.One celebrity to pay his respects was former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.Jeremy, 61, sent out a tweet in view of his 7.6 million followers which simply read: “I liked Meat Loaf.”However, some of Jeremy’s followers didn’t seem too impressed by the Tweet.Twitter user Alexander Pan attached a YouTube video, which was entitled “Top Gear Really Hates Meat Loaf” and replied: “We know”.The comment received 35 likes, with others chiming in to say that they had remembered that moment on television.In the clip Jeremy is presenting on Top Gear and begins by saying: “Now as you know we are on a quest to find the greatest driving song, and for the last few weeks people have been emailing us with their nominations.His co-presenter Richard Hammond went on to explain the voting rules for how their audience’s “best driving song” would be determined.Gesturing to their current song chart, Jeremy continued: “It is very, very important that you do get voting because this is the chart so far: ACDC, Motorhead, Golden Earring, Queen, Steppenwolf…”At this point Richard cheekily interjected that their viewers were setting a trend of “black T-shirts and long hair”.Getting more worked up, Jeremy said: “It’s unbelievable! And there are a few great driving songs in there… But look what’s at number one! Please! Meat Loaf! Bat Out Of Hell?“If you want us to stand in front of the world and say that the best ever driving song is a fat man or the