Matt Lauer Is ‘Especially Upset’ With Savannah Guthrie After Allegations

Matt Lauer feels most betrayed by former colleague and friend Savannah Guthrie after rape claims were made against him, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

The disgraced Today coanchor, 62, “was especially upset” with Guthrie’s reaction after Brooke Nevils — the former NBC staffer whose complaint led to his firing in 2017 — came forward with more details, says the source. (At the time, the Princesses Save the World author had called the news “shocking and appalling” on air.)

Guthrie, 48, is not interested in patching up her friendship with Lauer either. “She refused then and still does to this very day to listen to what Matt’s got to say,” continues the source. “From the second the story came out, he feels Savannah jumped on the opportunity to bury him. It’s a betrayal in Matt’s eyes.”

Things have gotten so sour between the two that “now neither can talk with mutual friends without bringing up the other’s name,” adds the source. “It’s gotten pretty bad.”

The news comes a little over a week after Lauer detailed his feelings of betrayal by former colleagues in a controversial op-ed.

“The rush to judgment was swift. In fact, on the morning I was falsely accused of rape, and before I could even issue a statement, some journalists were already calling my accuser ‘brave’ and ‘courageous,’” Lauer wrote. “I was also disappointed, but not surprised, that Ronan Farrow’s overall reporting faced so little scrutiny.”

For more on Lauer and Guthrie’s feud — plus where he stands with Meredith Vieira and Hoda Kotb — watch the video above and pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now.

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Where is Normal People filmed? – The Sun

NORMAL People tells the tale of young Irish teenagers who face obstacles in a bid to be together.

The BBC series – which is based on Sally Rooney's 2018 novel – was filmed across three stunning locations and features a great cast.

Where is Normal People filmed?


As the show is mainly based in Ireland, various locations around the country were used.

The coastal county of Sligo in the North East of Ireland played host for Carricklea, the fictional hometown of Marianne and Connel, where Connell Waldron and Marianne Sheridan fall in love.

Dublin was also used heavily in the show with the city's Trinity College campus the backdrop for Marianne's uni days.

Her student house was filmed on Wellington Road in Dublin’s posh Ballsbridge neighbourhood.


During the show, Connell joins Marianne and friends on an Italian holiday in Trieste, where they stay at II Casale on Tenuta Verzano, close to the village of Sant’Oreste.

This property can be found about 35km north of Rome.

The villa was also used for the Julie Roberts movie Eat, Pray, Love.

The only time an Irish location was used in place of an Italian one, was when Dublin's Hugh Lane Gallery was transformed into Venice’s Guggenheim Museum.

In real life the gallery is actually home to artist Francis Bacon’s South Kensington studio.


During the series Marianne goes to Sweden to study.

These scenes were shot in Lulea in Lapland.

The closing scenes of episode nine show the Frozen Sea – this occurs between November and April when the Baltic Sea freezes over, and sees people walk and skate across it.

What time is Normal People on TV?

The series continues this evening (May 25, 2020) at 9pm on BBC One.

The whole series is also available to binge-watch in one go on BBC iPlayer right now.

The adaptation consists of 12 episodes which are around 30 minutes long.

The much anticipated series is perfect for lockdown viewing.

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I Know This Much Is True viewers left sobbing over Mark Ruffalo’s harrowing twin brother scenes – The Sun

FANS of I Know This Much Is True have broken down as they watched Mark Ruffalo's incredible performance.

Viewers took to Twitter to share their tears as they watched his moving scenes with 'his twin' in the HBO series.

One admiring fan wrote: "I Know This Much Is True is the saddest show ever. Mark Ruffalo has me crying with two different characters."

Another expressed: "Dude I’m f***ing crying. This show, the performances, Rosie and Mark sooooo good!"

One emotional fan wrote on social media: "I can't deal with Mark Ruffalo crying. It breaks my heart."

Another heartbroken viewer commented on the distressing scenes: "Omg this is so sad."

The 52-year-old actor's skills have been applauded, with one fan gushing: "I am just in awe of Mark Ruffalo playing these tormented twins with the intense emotional reactions each one has to situations.

"For me it’s very personal because I know the trauma a sibling goes through when the other is just unable to cope with living."

Ruffalo admitted that working on a drama centred around brotherhood brought the grief of losing his own brother to the surface.



“Anyone who loses a sibling in an untimely way probably has, along with grief, a real sense of shame. It’s a mystery,” he told

Conceding the pain never really goes away, The Incredible Hulk star went on: “A part of your life that isn’t lived but is always with you in a parallel sort of way.

"You never really get over it. You just sort of get on with it.

“Those experiences are so universal in our common humanity that when you’re telling that kind of story, you know you’re speaking across all sorts of divides: racial divides, cultural divides, class divides.

"You’re really getting to the essential of what it’s like to be a human being.”

He plays Dominick, a divorced housepainter grappling with pent-up anger and grief, and his paranoid schizophrenic brother, Thomas.

The show is based on the 1998 bestselling novel by Wally Lamb and was adapted for television by director Derek Cianfrance.

The talented actor also endured 'six months of discomfort’ after both shedding AND gaining 2st to play the twins.

Playing two brothers of different weights, Ruffalo lost a stone and a half, before piling on a couple of stone to shoot the other scenes.

He explained: "I lost 20 pounds to play Dominick so I wouldn’t put on so much weight at [age] 52 to play Thomas. And that seemed like the healthiest way to do it.

"It was tough. I was never really comfortable at any point during the six months we were shooting."

He added: "I was either really hungry all the time or I was so grossed out by the thought of food. I just couldn’t put another thing in my mouth.

The Avengers star also about commented on the physiological aspect of playing twins, one of which has schizophrenia.

Ruffalo expalined: "It’s scary and it’s mysterious and it’s all-encompassing. The amount of energy it takes to manage a life with it is profound.

"As an actor, I think it’s easy to approach someone who’s schizophrenic as “that’s their personality.”

He added: "And discerning what is personality and what is the mental difference that they’re dealing with is as deep and important an aspect as the mental illness itself."

I Know This Much Is True airs Mondays on Sky Atlantic at 9pm.

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Who is Kirby Jenner? Meet Kendall’s ‘secret’ twin on Quibi

It’s the biggest “secret” in reality TV’s royal family since Caitlyn Jenner.

As Quibi hypes, the eight-episode first season of “Kirby Jenner” chronicles the “daily life of Kirby Jenner, the fraternal twin brother of Kendall” and “features Kirby’s interactions with all members of his blended family, including sisters Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie.”

“It’s kind of a reality show like “Keeping Up,” except it follows me,” Kirby, 24, tells The Post from his mom Kris Jenner’s home in Calabasas, California. “It was fun showing the world what we all do behind closed doors. And it’s pretty wild and I’m excited for you to see it.”

Non-spoiler alert: There also are some surprise star-power cameos in the show, which deadpan Kirby and kompany insist is not a mockumentary. As for whether or not the parent formerly known as Bruce Jenner will show up, Kirby says “you’ll just have to watch.”

The first two episodes premiere Sunday, May 24, with new eps released daily on the short-form mobile video app Quibi. Hey, if anything can help the struggling streamer break through to the mainstream masses — it’s the pop culture juggernaut known as the Kardashian clan.

Quibi, short for “quick bites,” courted superstars like LeBron James and Jennifer Lopez to launch “on-the-go” shows — most episodes are shorter than 10 minutes — to be viewed on the subway or while waiting in line at Starbucks.

Early projections hyped as many as 7 million viewers in its first year. Quibi was downloaded more than 1.1 million times in the week after its April 6 launch, according to research firm Apptopia. But by mid-May it plummeted off the Apple Store’s 50 most downloaded free iPhone apps — and was ranked at No. 125.

Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg, who co-founded Quibi with former Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman, blames the lockdown for lackluster ratings. “I attribute everything that has gone wrong to coronavirus,” he said in an interview with the New York Times. “Everything — but we own it.”

Cue the world’s most infamous “momager” since Mama Rose turned Gypsy Rose Lee out on a vaudeville stripper stage. Billed as “one big secret,” Kirby is braving reality cameras for the first time — with the full support of his mother-manager Kris, 64, who executive-produced the new series with Kendall, 24.

Is he biological or adopted? Or is this all one big meta joke? Let’s let Kirby do the talking.

Kirby recently took the time to speak to The Post about first-time jitters, blowing off steam with his flugelhorn, his legal obligation to like Kim best, following in Yeezy’s fashion footsteps, hanging with Gronk’s girlfriend and much more.

Were you hesitant to enter the reality TV arena?

I think it’s normal to be a little nervous when you’re doing something new. I remember when I was like, you know, 4 or 5 years old. My mom put Kendall and I in swimming class. And I was really afraid to go into the water and get wet. I looked up at my mom, and she put down her mimosa, picked me up — and threw me right into the deep end of the pool.

That’s the best way to learn anything. Like, when I came back into consciousness — I guess technically I drowned, or whatever — my mom was like, “I didn’t kill you. You’re fine.” And she was totally right. I think it made me stronger. It taught me how to swim. My mom can be tough, but she means well, she has a sweet heart and everything that she does, she does with love.

(Kris did not immediately respond to The Post’s requests for comment.)

You’ve been kept a secret for so long. Are you excited to finally have your own spotlight?

You know, I don’t think that my family was keeping me a secret. Most of my family was really surprised that nobody had heard of me before. But, yeah, I’ve always been around. I guess I’ve just kind of been doing my own thing … I mean, yeah, doing the show on Quibi was totally my mom’s idea. I’m hopeful that she has more ideas for me. You know, there’s this unwritten rule in my family that when Mom has a business idea for you — you should say yes to it.

Do you have a favorite sister?

I want to say, Kendall — but legally, I have to say Kimberly.

Do you and Kendall have any sort of weird twin connection? Everybody says that sometimes they know when their twin is doing something else or …

Oh my God, yeah! It’s so weird. And I know it’s not going to make any sense, maybe there’s some other twin out there that can relate — but Kendall always knows when I have to take a s–t. It’s really strange. I can’t fully explain it, but yeah. That’s the thing our entire life.

Would you ever attempt to break the Internet with some tastefully artsy nudes?

Breaking the Internet…like, that’s something I could totally see myself doing. I’m actually pretty prone to breaking things. I just broke my Fitbit before this interview.

Any aspirations to marry a rapper-turned-fashion guru or launch a catwalk career?

Yeah, I do a lot of modeling. I love it. But I don’t know. Marriage is definitely not something that’s on the front of my mind. You know, maybe one day I’ll get married. I don’t think they have to be a rapper or a fashion guru or anything, you know, just someone who kind of loves me for me. I don’t know. Like, does that sound lame? Actually, no — let me change my answer. Yes, I aspire to marry a rapper or a fashion guru.

Sports Illustrated cover model Camille Kostek appears on your show. Do you mostly hang out with sexy models who date jocks like Rob Gronkowski?

[Camille], you know, she’s like another sister to me. I’m fortunate that I get to meet a lot of people through Kendall. I guess a lot of people think that when we’re hanging out that, like, we’re on a date. When you know, like, we’re just eating ravioli and watching “Homeward Bound.”

I’ve noticed in younger photos of you, you have serious facial hair. Is that a genetic anomaly you were born with?

Oh, yeah. Since middle school, I’ve had, like, a pretty thick mustache. And I remember when it first started coming in, I was, like, a little embarrassed of it. But, you know, my sisters were just like, “Rock it! Rock what you got!” And now that’s kind of the motto that I live by. Khloe definitely made fun of me a bit. She said, I looked like Mr. Belvedere.

OK, what’s the biggest misconception about your family?

We’re a lot more normal than people give us credit for. Everyone is just a lot more down to earth. Like, we like to have family dinner, watch movies together and play Mario Kart. I think Khloe’s kind of ruining the Mario Kart, though. She’s getting, like, way too competitive about it. She’s kind of, like, the gamer of the group.

Wait, have you been locked down with the fams?

Yeah, I’ve been quarantined here at Kylie’s house since, like, the beginning of March. I’m actually like in — I guess it’s like a mother-in-law unit or carriage house, as they call it. I don’t even think Kylie knows I’m here, her house is enormous. I’ve been trying to better myself at the gym and yoga. And I’ve been learning to play the flugelhorn. It’s kind of like a trumpet.

Were you a childhood band nerd or is this a later-in-life passion?

Yeah, this is something that I only picked up, like, right before quarantine. I’ve been having a lot of fun with it. It’s the only thing that I never got to do at [Kylie’s] home because, like, it’s so noisy and I guess I’ve been waking up Stormi. Can I play something for you?

Yeah, go for it! I’d love to hear it.

All right, hold on. I’m still a beginner. I’m getting better, though. [Kirby plays his fugelhorn, loudly, for several minutes.]

I think it was beautiful.

Thanks, man. I appreciate that.

Your family is legendary for shrewdly knowing what the public is gonna want next. Have any product lines in mind?

Yes, for sure. I like to be a fashion inventor, you know, like, I don’t want to do things that have been done before. So some of the things I’m working on are sandals with built-in socks. It’s like a 2-in-1 thing. I lose my socks too often, so I thought I would like to figure out a way to make this work with a sandal.

How would you describe your show for someone who’s been living under a pop culture rock for the last decade?

You know, my show’s got a little bit of everything on it. It’s got fashion and modeling. Obviously, it got pyrotechnics. You know, my sisters are all in it. Family tribunals. I got into a battle with a bird, and I hung out with a business clown. I do some singing. It was fun showing the world what we all do behind closed doors. And it’s pretty wild and I’m excited for you to see it.

According to sources at Wikipedia, you have an established career as a performance artist. Will selling out to reality TV hurt your street cred?

You know, I consider myself more of a sandwich artist more than anything. I don’t think I’m worried.

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My husband is dying, and caring for him is an act of love

The saying ‘opposites attract’ could have been written for me and my husband Dave. 

When we met in 1995 through mutual friends we were both seeing other people, but even if we had been free agents, I wouldn’t have gone for him. He was a blonde builder who had left school at 16, I was a journalist and had always gone for dark-haired, academically minded blokes. 

When we both found ourselves single two years later and Dave asked me out, I hesitated – but then thought, why not? He was fun, and that’s what I needed.

Three weeks later, he proposed and I said yes. A couple of friends thought I was being reckless, that I was on the rebound, but in those weeks I got to know the real, kind-hearted, family man that Dave was, and I fell in love. 

Seventeen years later, we are still happily married and living in Florida with our three amazing daughters.

I have worked at my dream job on a national American magazine. Dave has coached little ones at YMCA soccer and basketball. For a long time, life was everything we dreamed it would be. 

Then in August 2017, after experiencing issues with his legs and then muscle twitches all over his body, Dave was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, also known as ALS: a progressive, neurodegenerative condition where the motor neurones that connect to muscles die, rendering them useless. He was 45 years old. 

Most people diagnosed with ALS die within three to five years after having lost complete control of their bodies, and there is no effective cure or treatment. 

I remember the moment we found out. Dave was quite level-headed considering – his main concern was for our daughters, and how much we should tell them.

He promised he would fight to make every day count, and was determined that this diagnosis wouldn’t define him or our lives. 

As his wife, however, I was totally crushed. I’d never had a doubt that we would be together forever, that we would grow old together with our grandchildren and God knows how many dogs.

Yet there we were, our bubble burst, and I was faced with watching the love of my life gradually lose all movement and die a premature death. 

Dave said to me at the time: ‘I bet you wish you hadn’t fallen in love with me!’ I wept, not because I was sad, but because I was thankful that even with this death sentence, I would get to spend every day with my soul mate. I knew then that we would make the best of it. 

Dave’s progression has been pretty steady. For a while, we vowed to do everything on his bucket list, which included trips to Alaska and Cuba for our wedding anniversary. 

Last summer we went to Yellowstone Park, cramming 3,000 miles into two weeks, but I realised it was probably the last time we could embark on such an undertaking. 

Dave is now in an electric wheelchair all the time. A couple of fingers on his left hand work enough to drive his chair but that’s pretty much it. He can still just about talk and eat but it’s getting harder. 

I have gone from being a wife and a lover to a full time carer, something that if I’m honest doesn’t come easily to me. I get him up, bathe him, dress him, feed him, take him to the bathroom – it’s not something I ever expected I would have to do for my husband and I hate seeing him lose his independence.  

Inevitably it has changed the way we love each other, too. In some ways, our love is deeper and we are more connected on a spiritual level. We value the little things more, like a kiss and a hug, or my hand on his while we watch TV. 

Dave tells me all the time how amazing and beautiful I am and how much he appreciates what I do for us all.

Looking after him is an act of love – when you can wipe another person’s bum, feed and bathe them, it’s love for sure. 

We talk about what’s to come – he wants me to meet someone else so I won’t be lonely after he’s gone. Death holds little fear for him because he feels his parents will be waiting, so he is able to comfort me and talking about it has made our relationship stronger. 

Death is one of the oldest taboos and I believe he will never be far away once his body has left this world. 

Sadly, the passion isn’t there as much anymore. I think Dave misses it more than me but he is limited physically and I have such different priorities now – just keeping him comfortable and alive for as long as possible are the things I think about more than anything. 

By the time bed time comes around I am mentally exhausted and just want to sleep, ready to do it all again the next day.  

Dave once asked me: ‘If you knew I would get ALS would you still have married me?’ and without a doubt my answer was – and still is – yes. 

The thought of not having our kids, or having lived a good life together and created so many memories – I’d do it all again just to have them, and to have him in my life.

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When is Big Brother: Best Shows Ever Show starting on TV? – The Sun

IT WAS the original reality TV show, and now Big Brother is returning to our screens after a two-year hiatus.

However, it's not the full series as we know it – with Channel 4's Big Brother’s Best Shows Ever Show highlighting its finest moments via classic footage unearthed from the archive.

When is Big Brother returning to our screens?

Seeking to entertain us in lockdown, Big Brother’s Best Shows Ever Show will hit screens this summer.

The Sun have exclusively revealed that it will take a look at the most scandalous and sexy moments from the hit series.

These include Makosi Musambasi and Anthony Hutton's wet-and-wild hot-tub party in Big Brother’s sixth series, to Vanessa Feltz’s meltdown in the first celebrity version.

It will air on E4 – however a broadcast date, or details if it will be a one-off programme or run for several episodes, is yet to be announced.

Original host Davina McCall will return to front the show once more, and she will be joined by Rylan Clarke-Neal, former contestant and presenter of spin-off Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.

Why is it returning?

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the show's UK launch in 2000.

In an exclusive statement, Davina said: "I lived and breathed Big Brother for 11 years.

"Not one week goes by when I don’t quote Big Brother in some form.

"It made me laugh, it made me cry and it taught me to never judge a book by its cover.

“I love the show and can’t wait to share it with a whole new audience.”

Rylan added: “I’m so excited to be bringing Big Brother back to our lives.

“There will be laughs, tears and drama, but most of all we get to relive some of Big Brother’s greatest episodes.”

The premise of the series – where a group of housemates are locked away for numerous weeks in a house with every aspect of their time there filmed and broadcast to the nation – was an instant hit.

It became one of the most successful British TV shows of all time, and regularly drew millions of viewers per episode.

The final series was shown in 2018, with producers announcing it would come off air after 18 years.

It was first aired on Channel 4 before switching to Channel 5 in 2010.

The annual civilian version was joined by Celebrity Big Brother in 2001.

It was filmed at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire from 2002 – where the Diary Room and rest of the house were given a dramatic redesign every series.

Davina hosted the show from 2000 until 2010, with former contestant Brian Dowling stepping into her shoes until 2013 when Emma Willis took over.

Who are the Big Brother winners?

The 18 winners of the civilian series are…

2000 – Craig Phillips

The builder, now 48, famously gave his prize money to his friend with Down's syndrome, Joanne Harris, to pay for her heart and lung transplant.

He has since gone on to forge a successful media career as a DIY and home improvement expert, and has hosted a number of design shows.

2001 – Brian Dowling

The Irish presenter, now 41, rose to fame after winning the second series of the show, and was also the public's favourite when he appeared in Ultimate Big Brother in 2010.

He hosted the series – between Davina and Emma – and now presents The Real Housewives of Cheshire.

2002 – Kate Lawler

The model and DJ, now 40, was the first female to win the show – in the same series that made Jade Goody famous – and went on to feature in numerous lads' mags and Ann Summers campaigns.

She appeared in the 2006 celebrity series of Love Island, and now hosts a show on Virgin Radio.

2003 – Cameron Stout

The former Scottish fish trader, now 49, gave up the day job after winning the fourth series.

He has appeared in numerous pantomimes, and writes for both local and national newspapers, including The Sunday Post.

2004 – Nadia Almada

The transgender ex-bank clerk from Portugal, now 43, won the hearts of the nation – and regularly tops the polls of the best-loved housemates of all time.

She released a single 'A Little Bit of Action' and starred on Ultimate Big Brother.

In 2016, it was revealed she is now working as a hair stylist in London.

2005 – Anthony Hutton

The dancer from Newcastle, now 38, famously enjoyed a brief romance with co-star Makosi.

He went on to star in a number of reality TV series, including Sky's The Match and Ultimate Big Brother, and has also done some modelling as well as working as a hair stylist.

2006 – Pete Bennett

During his appearance on the show, during which he enjoyed a fling with co-star Nikki Grahame, he raised awareness of Tourette's syndrome.

The star, now 38, admitted on The Jeremy Kyle Show in 2010 that he had wasted all his winnings on an addiction to ketamine.

He has since set up a cleaning business, and reportedly charges £100 per hour.

2007 – Brian Belo

The 32-year-old went on to release a single, 'Essex Boy'.

In 2013, he took the creators of Towie to court, accusing them of stealing a TV show idea he had been working on – he received a £1m payout from ITV in 2016.

2008 – Rachel Rice

After winning the show, she used her prize money to pay off her student debt and gave the rest to charity.

The star, now 36, currently works as a teacher at a school in Wales.

2009 – Sophie Reade

After winning the show, the star from Cheshire, now 31, went on to enjoy a modelling career – including posing for Playboy.

She is now Instagram-famous, and regularly posts raunchy snaps to her account's 127,000 followers.

2010 – Josie Gibson

The TV star, now 35, has had one of the most successful careers of all the show's winners.

She has appeared on Celebrity Wedding Planner, The Wright Stuff, Celebrity Juice, Loose Women and This Morning, as well as releasing a number of health-related books and DVDs after qualifying as a personal trainer.

2011 – Aaron Allard Morgan

The star, now 39, set up a bar in his hometown of Weston-super-Mare after winning the show.

He has also appeared on The Wright Stuff and Big Brother's Bit on the Side.

2012 – Luke Anderson

Since winning the show he has become a professional chef.

The 39-year-old was the first transgender man to win the show, and has also become an ambassador for LGBT rights.

2013 – Sam Evans

The Welsh star, now 30, reportedly returned to his job as a Debenhams stockroom assistant after winning the show.

He was born with hearing difficulties, and supports charities to help children with the same disability.

2014 – Helen Wood

The former escort, now 33, first came to prominence back in 2011 when it was alleged she'd had a threesome with footballer Wayne Rooney.

After winning the show, she secured a Daily Star column, and also released a tell-all autobiography.

2015 – Chloe Wilburn

The star, now 30, also returned to her day job in Doncaster after winning the show.

During the series she described herself as a "chav" and said her dream was to move to Benidorm.

She now works as a medical cannabis activist and CBD seller.

2016 – Jason Burrill

The pro stunt double, now 49, went on to appear in a string of films after being voted the nation's favourite – including The Serpent, The Dark Return of Time, Strange in the Worlde, and Essex Vendetta.

He has also starred in various pantomimes in London.

2017 – Isabelle Warburton

After winning the series, the star, now 24, went on to donate some of her winnings to charity.

She also founded a beauty salon, Summer Bunny Studio & Training, and regularly updates her 91,000 Instagram followers.

2018 – Cameron Cole

The 19-year-old became the youngest person ever to win the show – and also the final one.

During the show, the vlogger revealed he is gay in a moment described by host Emma Willis as one of "the loveliest things" she'd ever seen on TV.

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What time is Harry's Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh on tonight and what's it about?

FOOTBALLING legends put their boots back on to see if they've still got what it takes for Harry's Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh, airing TONIGHTat 9pm on ITV.

King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp takes a team of out of shape ex-England players on a European tour, as they prepare for a rematch against the German Legends. The boys end up in a curry house on the first night – what could possibly go wrong?

What time is Harry's Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh on tonight?

The show is a follow-up to 2019's Harry's Heroes: The Full English, where ex-Premier League manager Harry, 73, coached former pro footballers to win 4-2 against Germany's legends team.

The lads are back for a rematch on their own turf and the new series will see the I'm A Celeb winner's team warm-up against France and Italy, before hoping to score another win against rivals Germany.

The first episode of the three-part series will air TONIGHT, Monday, May 18, at 9pm on ITV.

The second and third episodes will continue tomorrow and Wednesday evening at the same time.

You can catch up on all three episodes once they have been shown on television on ITV Player.

What's Harry's Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh about?

Harry Redknapp returns to whip a team of ageing 1990s England football players back into shape for another match against their German equivalents.

The team go on tour across Europe, starting in France where Harry wants the lads to be on a detox and cook their own healthy food.

But it doesn't take long before they hit the beers and end up at the curry house.

Laughs aside, the show features honest chats between the former football stars about their mental health battles since retiring from professional sport.

Ex-Arsenal player Paul Merson credits the first series with helping him turn his life around after personal struggles with alcohol and gambling.

The team head to Paris for some warm-up matches, including a game against a male nudist side…

With Neil 'Razor' Ruddock on doctor’s orders to tone down his indulgent lifestyle, the first episode follows his battle to get fit and his arguments with his wife, Harry Redknapp and his teammates as they try to help him.

Who stars in Harry's Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh?

2018 King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp returns as the teams' manager as he takes on the task of trying to get the former England pros back into shape for their big match.

Many of the players from the first series are back for the grudge match including goalkeeper David Seaman and footballers Paul Merson, Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock, Ray Parlour, Rob Lee, Lee Sharpe, Matt Le Tissier andMark Chamberlain.

Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen steps in for Robbie Fowler this year and Aston Villa star Lee Hendrie also joins the team.

The England legends also sign up new recruit Vinnie Jones, even though the midfielder won nine caps for Wales.

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How old is Jamie Jewitt and when was he on Love Island? – The Sun

JAMIE Jewitt found his dream woman in the form of Camilla Thurlow on Love Island, and now the couple are expecting their first child.

But how old is the model and reality TV star – whose famous girlfriend is due to give birth in October 2020 – and when did he appear in the villa?

Who is Jamie Jewitt from Love Island and what is his background?

Jamie is a 30-year-old model and actor from Essex – and he found fame on ITV2 dating reality show Love Island in 2017.

Speaking ahead of entering the villa, he said: "I’m not really much of a dater, I’ve spent a long time single, just having fun.

"I lived in New York for 10 years and was single for most of it. I split up with my ex about 6 months ago, we were together a year and a half.

"I just took some time to go out, do my bit and learn a bit about myself before settling down."

However, he found love on the show with girlfriend of three years, Camilla, 30, and on May 17, 2020, the couple revealed they are expecting their first child together.

What happened to Jamie on Love Island?

When asked who he would like to get it on with in the villa he had one name: "Camilla".

Speaking about the type of girl he likes, he said: "I like girls that are laid back, chilled out, comfortable with themselves.

"I like girls to be confident with themselves, intellectual, share the same interests.

"I don’t like materialistic girls because that’s the opposite to me."

After approaching the explosive ordnance disposal specialist on his first day, the pair bonded over their love of reading. They grew closer, and finished as runners-up in the series.

He told The Sun he was happy her relationship with Prince Harry didn't work out.

What has Jamie done since Love Island?

Shortly after leaving the villa, Jamie joined Camilla on a visit to a Greek refugee camp.

Later, in 2017, he thanked her for helping support him in his battle with depression.

The star appeared with her in a one-off ITVBe show, What Camilla Did Next, in January 2019, which explored their relationship and saw them travel to Cambodia to carry out charity work.

Jamie has a joint business venture with Camilla called Love Jamila, a 100 per cent natural beauty brand, and he still works as a model.

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Braless Stacey Solomon is left unimpressed with Joe Swash as she smashes into a tree when swing goes wrong – The Sun

STACEY Solomon was left less than impressed earlier today when Joe Swash used her as a human shield and the couple smashed into a tree while on a swing.

The couple were larking around on a family walk with their son Rex, and Stacey’s boys Zach and Leighton when they came across the DIY rope swing over part of a pond.

As Joe and Stacey both held onto a handle of the swing, Joe led the charge to give them enough momentum to get round over the water.

The mum-of-three, dressed in a biscuit coloured shorts and jumper, screamed as the two set off and wrapped her legs around Joe before the landed back on the ground by banging into a tree – Stacey first.

Stacey captioned the video: “Should have done it on my own. That tree is not forgiving.”

The 30-year-old gave a few more goes before admitting defeat and heading back home.

As she attempted one run, she wrote: “Probably should have worn a bra”

In a previous Story before the swing escapades, Stacey had revealed she wasn’t wearing a bra while carrying Zachary on her back.

“Walking in the woods. Still carrying this big baby,” she joked to the camera. “Probably should have worn a bra…”

It was enough to get the 12-year-old off her back as he let out a cry of horror and jumped to the floor.

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Who is in the cast of Netflix’s White Lines? – The Sun

NEW Netflix crime-drama White Lines will be released on Friday, May 15, 2020.

The 10-part drama will follow the investigation into the disappearance and death of a legendary Mancunian DJ, who went missing one summer in Ibiza.

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20 years later, his body is discovered on the island, and his sister travels to the Spanish Island to find out what really happened to him.

Zoe Walker leaves her quiet life behind to investigate, but she quickly heads down a dangerous and decadent path.

Netflix says she must "confront the darker sides of her own character in a place where people live life on the edge".

Who is in the cast of Netflix's White Lines?

Laura Haddock

Laura Haddock is an English actress.

She is best known for her roles in Da Vinci's Demons, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Inbetweeners Movie and  the Transformers: The Last Knight.

Haddock was born in Enfield, London, and raised in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.

In 2013, she married English actor Sam Claflin, with who she has a son.

Marta Milans

Milans is a Spanish actress who was born and raised in Madrid, Spain.

She made her American television debut when she appeared in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

In addition to acting, Milans has been busy establishing the sales of her family's Organic Goat Cheese from Spain in the US.

Juan Diego Botto

Juan Diego Botto  is an Argentine-Spanish actor.

After the disappearance of his father, his mother moved him and his sisters to New York where he attended high school for two years, before the family relocated to Spain.

He is also active in politics, protesting the 2003 war in Iraq, and taking part in a support group for fellow children of the disappeared.

Nuno Lopes

Nuno Lopes is a Portuguese actor.

He has won Best Actor five times at the Globo de Ouro awards, most recently in 2018.

In addition to this, Lopes also won a Portuguese Golden Globe Award for Best Actor.

Daniel Mays

Daniel Mays is an English actor.

He attended the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts before going on to win a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Mays has appeared in many television roles, and most viewers will recognise him for his role in BBC drama, Line of Duty, where he plays Sergeant Danny Waldron.

Laurence Fox

Laurence Fox is an English actor and singer-songwriter.

He is best known for playing the lead role of DS James Hathaway in the British TV drama series Lewis from 2006 to 2015.

In 2007, he married actress Billie piper, who he met while they performed together, in the stage play Treats.

Recently, Fox has made the headlines for his controversial views on Sikhs appearing in the Oscar-winning film, 1917.

Angela Griffin

Angela Griffin is an English actress and television presenter.

She is most famous for her role in Coronation Street, where she played the role of hairdresser Fiona Middleton.

Griffin also appeared in Holby City, Cutting It, and Down To Earth.

Jade Alleyne

Jade Alleyne is a Scottish-born English actress and singer.

She is known for playing the role of Clem Burton in CBBC's 4 O'Clock Club.

Alleyne lives in South London, where she attended Sylvia Young Theatre School.

What is the White Lines release date?

White Lines will be released on Netflix on Friday, May 15, 2020.

The series will run for 10 episodes, each an hour long.

It was filmed in Spain, in locations such as Majorca and Ibiza.

The show will be narrated in both Spanish and English.

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