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Love Island's Laura Whitmore hit with 427 Ofcom complaints for 's***-shaming' Ekin-su
Love Island star Laura Whitmore has been hit with more than 400 complaints for s***-shaming Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and the treatment of Jacques O'Neil on Aftersun.Fans were left raging after Turkish beauty Ekin-Su seemed to dominate the conversation on Sunday 17 July.The panel which included host Laura, had been busy discussing the aftermath of Movie Night which had aired on Friday 15 July.Ekin-Su who is coupled with Davide Sancliment was shown having interactions with George in scandalous clip - soon before she jumped out of bed declaring: "We're just friends."The actress was further exposed in a second segment which saw Ekin-Su ask George not to sat anything to anyone else in Case Amor.Speaking to guests such as singer Tom Grennan, Laura opened the show taking aim at Ekin-Su.She said: "Once again Ekin-Su swore that nothing happened with George and it seems Davide doesn’t believe her.""It defo happened though didn’t it?" asked Tom.While comedian Darren Harriott chimed in: "She said her head never turned but I think her hand might have turned, and possibly wrist."The AfterSun presenter, seemed to be encouraging the discussion and that is what fans found most outrageous. This is a breaking showbiz story and is being constantly updated.
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Tom Grennan hits out at Leadmill landlords as iconic Sheffield venue faces closure
exclusively to Daily Star, backstage at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Coventry, he vented his frustration at the decision, claiming it was an "awful" decision.Tom said: "Mate, it's awful – for Sheffield, that [Leadmill] is the heart and soul of music."I've played Leadmill, I've seen gigs in Leadmill and for me, it's one of the best venues for up-and-coming artists and for it to maybe be closing is sad, man."Sheffield is such a music city and the community is so strong there that hopefully, people will round the troops up and keep it open."My fingers are crossed and if I can do anything to help, I will."Reflecting on his favourite memory of the iconic club and music venue, he explained: "I think headlining it when I first did a tour, that was my first big tour."When I got told I was playing Leadmill, I couldn't believe it, that's probably my best memory."Announcing the devastating news, the venue took to Twitter saying: "Today we have received some devastating news that in 1 year's time, our Landlord is evicting us and forcing us to close."Please show your support by sharing this news & sending us your best memories that we can gather to help display all the reasons why #WeCantLoseLeadmill."Bands such as the Arctic Monkeys, Pulp, The Stone Roses, Oasis, Kings of Leon and The Killers have all headlined the venue, as well as artists such as Kate Nash, George Ezra and Lewis Capaldi.The owners, Electric Group, have since said there was "never any question" as to whether the venue would close at the end of its agreement in March 2023.Dominic Madden, CEO of the London-based company said: "For the avoidance of doubt, we are music people, we spend our lives running independent music venues and the Leadmill will continue to operate as
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Harry Styles rocks the socks off Radio 1’s Big Weekend with gorgeous performance – wearing fan-favourite NSFW banana necklace
Harry Styles proved exactly why he was headline material as he closed BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend with a stunning set. The Golden singer was the final act to grace the stage on Sunday night, after fans watched two days of electrifying performances from the likes of Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris, Tom Grennan, Lorde, and Chase & Status. However, it was Harry who kept the crowds in suspense as he arrived on-stage to close this year’s long-awaited Big Weekend with a bang. Donning the latest in his ever-growing collection of glitzy jumpsuits, Harry, 28, greeted the Coventry audience donning a black and purple jumpsuit and armed with his guitar. However, eagle-eyed fans noticed a familiar figure around his neck – another version of Harry’s beloved banana necklace that resembles more of a penis. He then proceeded to deliver hit after hit, including old bangers such as Watermelon Sugar, Sign of the Times, Kiwi and Adore You, as well newer cuts such as the chart-topping As It Was, Daylight and Music For a Sushi Restaurant from his latest album Harry’s House. Harry also treated longtime fans to a solo rendition of One Direction’s hit debut single What Makes You Beautiful. Reacting to the set, one fan tweeted: ‘I have to say that it was all pretty incredible!! His mash up of Treat People With Kindness and You Don’t Know You’re Beautiful was so good!!’ ‘Harry having the time of his life on stage is my favourite thing to see,’ another confessed. One added: ‘Holy s**t Harry Styles was insane.’ Another quipped: ‘That’s some BDE if I’ve ever seen it!!’ A Day In The Life...
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Good Morning Britain's Ranvir Singh savagely mocks Liam Payne after Oscars interview
Good Morning Britain star Ranvir Singh mocked Liam Payne's accent after his famous Oscars interview.Last month, former One Direction star Liam left viewers baffled when he spoke to GMB about Will Smith slapping comedian Chris Rock on stage at the annual award ceremony.The interview quickly went viral on social media, with many fans asking why the pop star appeared to be speaking in various accents, such as Welsh and American.Now, the singer is set to captain the star-studded England team at Soccer Aid alongside the likes of Tom Grennan and Robbie Williams.However, GMB presenter Ranvir Singh took a subtle dig at Liam's accent ahead of the annual charity football match on Thursday's GMB (April 28).She asked which accent Liam would be using to captain the team, given the numerous accents he seemed to use in the post-Oscars chat.The comments came during a Soccer Aid segment with her co-stars Richard Arnold and Tipping Point host Ben Shephard.Ranvir said: "I'm keen to know what accent Liam Payne will be using to captain his team."Ben replied: "Whatever he needs."Referencing the Oscars chat, Ranvir continued: "When he was on this show at the Oscars, he came out will all sorts of strange accents."Richard quipped: "My agent is currently looking at this going 'I get 10% of that!', which is not a lot."Ranvir then complimented Richard as she suggested: "You should get more than 10% of airtime in my view."Wolverhampton-born Liam had defended Will after the Oscars when he said: "I believe whatever he felt that he did, he had the right to do".He finally addressed the interview on an Instagram Live post where he admitted he'd had a lot to drink.Liam said: "I had asked Good Morning Britain, the presenter, I said, 'Please don’t ask me
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