Celebrity Relationships And Break Ups

21 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

Declan Donnelly has stood by his best friend of 30 years in the midst of his substance abuse issues, his divorce and his drink-driving accident.

And following Ant McPartlin’s candid confession that Dec was ‘furious’ with him about the March 2018 incident and subsequent conviction, the BGT presenter was seen stepping out with his wife Ali Astall.

Taking a break from all the drama, Dec spent some quality time with Ali and their four-month-old baby daughter Isla in London. 

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21 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

She was caught locking lips with Love Island heartthrob Chris Hughes in a kebab shop.

And Jesy Nelson put on a defiant display on Instagram as her new romance was made public, sharing a sultry snap of herself wearing thigh-high PVC boots.

The Little Mix star cheekily captioned the snap, ‘Girls with tattoos who like getting in trouble’, following her fans’ delight and surprise at the unlikely new pairing.

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21 Jan 19
Women's Web: For Women Who Do

As a married woman, I’ve faced domestic violence and stopped from having a career. I’m still looking for justice, which is elusive for homemakers.  Memories of the abuse my mother faced when I was about 6 years old, still loom large in my mind. I became aware of what abuse was all about, yet unaware […]

21 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

Long before the Kardashians, Hadids, Hiltons and Middletons, there existed a trio of sisters that turned the practice of ‘marrying well’ into an art form. The Cushing sisters – Minnie, Betsey and Babe – captivated the American public during the poverty-stricken Great Depression, a time defined by breadlines and dust bowls.

The women fascinated people with their glamorous lifestyles marked by wealth, privilege, country homes, designer clothes, yachts, palatial apartments and six high-profile marriages to The Social Register’s top tier families.

At the center of it all was their ambitious, social climbing mother, Kate ‘Gogsie’ Cushing, who shrewdly steered her daughters into six high-profile marriages in total.

21 Jan 19
Heavy.com

Former dancer Dina Lohan, who rose to fame as the “momager” to her famous daughter Lindsay, has a net worth that’s in the red. Here are five fast facts you need to know.

21 Jan 19
Entertaining WE

Alisha Marie didn’t know she was going to take a break from YouTube until she broke down in tears in a Sweetgreen restaurant in LA. Marie, who uses her middle name as her professional surname, told INSIDER this was just three days before she uploaded a video called “This Isn’t Goodbye…” to her eight million…

21 Jan 19
CN 2202 BLOG

INTERVIEW STORY It’s my third day walking around a new country and I finally find an affordable, hole-in-the-wall coffee shop. I see a young man sitting at a table alone. I think of sitting with him and possibly starting up a conversation, but I quickly notice his lack of attention to his coffee and the […]

21 Jan 19
Andre Eger

Many YouTube stars have suffered from burnout. For them, burnout means a feeling of exhaustion and lack of pride in the content they make. There are several reasons YouTube creators are at a heightened risk, including the fact they are often their own bosses, do the majority of their own editing, and are under pressure […]

21 Jan 19
El Gato Verde

I’ve been asked many times during my short years as a tour guide “What it´s like to be gay in Cuba” and I always answer, “nowadays it´s kind of normal already, there aren´t many problems as years ago”, but there are, of course, many issues regarding to the gay nature in this tropical-underdeveloped- politically ambiguous […]

21 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

Ant McPartlin reveals that his arrest for alcohol abuse is causing tension with & # 39; FURIOUS & # 39; best friend Declan Donnelly insists, however, that they are closer than ever The 43-year-old ant revealed that his arresting drinks were arrested and left her partner "angry" Last year Ant was fined £ 86,000 and […]

21 Jan 19
The JOE-DOWN

Welcome to the JOE-DOWN, a back-and-forth movie review blog by two snarky newspapermen named Joe from Minnesota, Joe Froemming and Joe Brown. We will take turns selecting a movie — any movie we want — and review it here. For this installment, Froemming picked “The Breakfast Club.” The info: The Movie: “The Breakfast Club ” Starring: […]

21 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

Ant McPartlin has revealed how his drink-driving arrest created tensions to flare with his long-time best friend Declan Donnelly.

The Britain’s Got Talent host, 43, admitted that his presenting partner was left furious following his crash in March last year while more than twice the alcohol limit.

Speaking to The Sun, Ant said: ‘He’s angry, of course he’s angry. But it’s justified and I understood it.

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20 Jan 19
The Irish Sun
ANT McPartlin told last night how his arrest for drink-driving left best pal Dec Donnelly furious. Tensions between the pair surfaced for the first time ever as Dec was forced to go on telly alone while his mate went into rehab. Ant McPartlin has revealed his arrest for drink-driving left best pal Dec Donnelly furious Ant’s arrest and rehab trip meant Dec had to go solo for the first time in two decades Ant said he saw Dec the day after the crash and that they did not discuss work at all Recalling their first words to each other the day after the crash, Ant, 43, said: “He’s angry, of course he’s angry. “But it’s justified and I understood it.” The pair have been best pals since they were teenagers and were split for the first time in two decades as a result of Ant’s smash. Dec was forced to go it alone for the last two episodes of Saturday Night Takeaway and the Britain’s Got Talent live shows, while he was joined by Holly Willoughby for I’m A Celebrity. The pair have been best friends since meeting on the set of teen drama Byker Grove Recalling his discussions with Dec in the hours following the collision, Ant says: “I saw Dec the day after the crash and we didn’t even speak work. “It wasn’t about that. It was about, ‘How are you?’ I said: ‘I’m not right.’ You know, mentally I wasn’t in a good place. “We’re friends first and foremost. And we’re friends from the age of 13. But of course there’s going to be tensions there. “Because this is not just getting p****d and making a fool of yourself at the office Christmas party — this is drink driving. Ant says Dec’s decision to present without him was absolutely the correct move “He’s angry, of course he’s angry. But it’s justified and I understood it. “Underneath all of that is love and still is love. And that’s what we talked about more than anything.” The pair, both 43, were meeting at Ant’s house, where they made quick decisions about the future. He recalls: “It was absolutely the correct decision for Dec to carry on with Takeaway. If it had been the other way, I would have done the same. Holly Willoughby filled in for Ant on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here “But I was taking time out of life, not just work. Work was secondary. “I said to Dec, ‘I just need to take time out and re-evaluate and get better and deal with things going on in my life. It will take as long as it takes.’ “I’m very lucky that I’ve got an understanding business partner and best friend who said, ‘Absolutely, your head is more important than anything.’ I had to lock myself away.” The pair next met up when Ant was released from hospital to discuss what would happen on Britain’s Got Talent. Ant told Dec: ‘I need to take time out and re-evaluate and get better and deal with things going on in my life’ He says: “It was a very quick discussion. “We both agreed Dec would do that on his own. I couldn’t have done the show, I wasn’t ready.” Ant also had a number of meetings with senior executives at ITV, who supported his decision to take an extended break. He recalls: “We’ve been on that channel since 1998 and worked our socks off. They were like, ‘Take as long as you want. Your job is always here when you want to come back, just get yourself well.’ Ant says his decision to take a break was also supported by senior executives at ITV “There are people there who care about me. You can’t work in an institution for that amount of time without making good lifelong friends.” Ant didn’t watch Dec present BGT without him because “I couldn’t even think of work”. The decision to let Holly fill his shoes on I’m A Celebrity was much harder. Ant explains: “What I didn’t want to do is make the same mistake as last time. I knew it would pay dividends to take the rest of the calendar year off. He was cool about it. It just made more sense. Ant says he did not watch Dec present Britain’s Got Talent without him last year because he couldn’t think of work “It would have really altered the recovery programme I’d put in place. That was a difficult decision but my health came first. “I never thought I’d say it but taking time away from work — something I love so much — has been the best decision. “Looking back now I should have done it before. I should have took the length of time off I had this time last time. “But you don’t know. Life’s a great teacher, isn’t it? I wasn’t meant to know that yet. I wasn’t meant to be that wise yet. Ant returned to work for the first time on Friday by recording the Britain’s Got Talent auditions “I’ve had to go through what I’ve gone through to feel as good as I do today.” Ant returned to work for the first time on Friday by recording the Britain’s Got Talent auditions and he is convinced that this time he is ready. He says: “I am absolutely gagging to get going. I’m a bit anxious, a bit nervous, but ultimately a feeling of excitement and happiness. “It’s been a long time. I want to be back doing what we do. I’m lucky that I love my job. I just want to get back to that. Ant says hes a bit ‘anxious’ and a bit ‘nervous’ but ultimately excited to return to BGT “Britain’s Got Talent is the show that gives you the most bizarre days. You don’t know what’s happening, they don’t tell us who’s next, they don’t tell us who’s the next SuBo. “Nine times out of ten, whoever you think is going to be good on first impressions isn’t. It’s a nice reintroduction into the workplace for me.” Ant found the decision to walk away from work gut wrenching. He says: “One of the most difficult decisions I made was to take time out and not do something I love. It’s very hard when you’re going through the most difficult time of your life. Being at work was a massive help to me — it was the constant. It was a love affair. Ant says he found the decision to walk away from work gut wrenching “I was with the person who is my best friend. Millions of people would want to do this job. “I’ve never lost the feeling of how lucky I am to be where I am. I’ve never lost that. I always remembered where I came from.” Even with addiction and depression, Ant’s on-camera persona remained strong — something he puts down to his and Dec’s work ethic. He says: “My work never suffered through all my tough times over the last couple of years. “I was in a terrible place. My saving grace was work on Saturdays. Getting through the weeks was tough. But rehearsals and doing the live Saturday Night Takeaway was brilliant. Ant believes he and Dec now have a closer relationship than ever before “We’ve been brought up to be professional, me and Dec. We started as child actors and our work ethic is very strong. “As a 13-year-old you were told you’re working with adults, learn your lines, time is money, you’ve got to get on and do it well. That was instilled in us and we’ve always kept it with us.” Ant believes he is closer to Dec now than ever before. He says: “Our relationship is stronger. He was just so supportive and brilliant. Look where we are now. Our life has gone through massive change.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN BIZARRE” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] He’s referring, of course, to Dec finally becoming a dad to baby Isla with wife Ali Astall. He says: “She’s beautiful little thing. I’m thrilled for the pair of them. They’ve wanted to be parents for a long time. The whole world of showbiz was overjoyed for them. I know how much it means to him.” Ant adds: “I’ve tried to get Dec to bring Isla to work every day on Britain’s Got Talent. He’s like, ‘I can’t bring her to work, I’ve got a job to do.’ But I’ve twisted his arm.” [bc_video video_id=”5991071474001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ant McPartlin says he is feeling ‘really really emotional’ as he finally reunites with pal Declan Donnelly on the Britain’s Got Talent stage”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
21 Jan 19
The Scottish Sun
ANT McPartlin told last night how his arrest for drink-driving left best pal Dec Donnelly furious. Tensions between the pair surfaced for the first time ever as Dec was forced to go on telly alone while his mate went into rehab. Ant McPartlin has revealed his arrest for drink-driving left best pal Dec Donnelly furious Ant’s arrest and rehab trip meant Dec had to go solo for the first time in two decades Ant said he saw Dec the day after the crash and that they did not discuss work at all Recalling their first words to each other the day after the crash, Ant, 43, said: “He’s angry, of course he’s angry. “But it’s justified and I understood it.” The pair have been best pals since they were teenagers and were split for the first time in two decades as a result of Ant’s smash. Dec was forced to go it alone for the last two episodes of Saturday Night Takeaway and the Britain’s Got Talent live shows, while he was joined by Holly Willoughby for I’m A Celebrity. The pair have been best friends since meeting on the set of teen drama Byker Grove Recalling his discussions with Dec in the hours following the collision, Ant says: “I saw Dec the day after the crash and we didn’t even speak work. “It wasn’t about that. It was about, ‘How are you?’ I said: ‘I’m not right.’ You know, mentally I wasn’t in a good place. “We’re friends first and foremost. And we’re friends from the age of 13. But of course there’s going to be tensions there. “Because this is not just getting p****d and making a fool of yourself at the office Christmas party — this is drink driving. Ant says Dec’s decision to present without him was absolutely the correct move “He’s angry, of course he’s angry. But it’s justified and I understood it. “Underneath all of that is love and still is love. And that’s what we talked about more than anything.” The pair, both 43, were meeting at Ant’s house, where they made quick decisions about the future. He recalls: “It was absolutely the correct decision for Dec to carry on with Takeaway. If it had been the other way, I would have done the same. Holly Willoughby filled in for Ant on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here “But I was taking time out of life, not just work. Work was secondary. “I said to Dec, ‘I just need to take time out and re-evaluate and get better and deal with things going on in my life. It will take as long as it takes.’ “I’m very lucky that I’ve got an understanding business partner and best friend who said, ‘Absolutely, your head is more important than anything.’ I had to lock myself away.” The pair next met up when Ant was released from hospital to discuss what would happen on Britain’s Got Talent. Ant told Dec: ‘I need to take time out and re-evaluate and get better and deal with things going on in my life’ He says: “It was a very quick discussion. “We both agreed Dec would do that on his own. I couldn’t have done the show, I wasn’t ready.” Ant also had a number of meetings with senior executives at ITV, who supported his decision to take an extended break. He recalls: “We’ve been on that channel since 1998 and worked our socks off. They were like, ‘Take as long as you want. Your job is always here when you want to come back, just get yourself well.’ Ant says his decision to take a break was also supported by senior executives at ITV “There are people there who care about me. You can’t work in an institution for that amount of time without making good lifelong friends.” Ant didn’t watch Dec present BGT without him because “I couldn’t even think of work”. The decision to let Holly fill his shoes on I’m A Celebrity was much harder. Ant explains: “What I didn’t want to do is make the same mistake as last time. I knew it would pay dividends to take the rest of the calendar year off. He was cool about it. It just made more sense. Ant says he did not watch Dec present Britain’s Got Talent without him last year because he couldn’t think of work “It would have really altered the recovery programme I’d put in place. That was a difficult decision but my health came first. “I never thought I’d say it but taking time away from work — something I love so much — has been the best decision. “Looking back now I should have done it before. I should have took the length of time off I had this time last time. “But you don’t know. Life’s a great teacher, isn’t it? I wasn’t meant to know that yet. I wasn’t meant to be that wise yet. Ant returned to work for the first time on Friday by recording the Britain’s Got Talent auditions “I’ve had to go through what I’ve gone through to feel as good as I do today.” Ant returned to work for the first time on Friday by recording the Britain’s Got Talent auditions and he is convinced that this time he is ready. He says: “I am absolutely gagging to get going. I’m a bit anxious, a bit nervous, but ultimately a feeling of excitement and happiness. “It’s been a long time. I want to be back doing what we do. I’m lucky that I love my job. I just want to get back to that. [boxout headline=”Booze is not the solution” intro=”ANT went from being a social drinker to someone struggling with a secret dependency on alcohol.”]He says: “The longer you drink — and I’m talking about decades of drinking — you use it as escapism and a way to change how you feel. “But alcohol is not the solution. You’ve got to deal with where your unhappiness is.” Ant was not paid for this interview but wanted to open up in order to help others. He says: “I think I owe it to fans.” [/boxout] Ant says hes a bit ‘anxious’ and a bit ‘nervous’ but ultimately excited to return to BGT “Britain’s Got Talent is the show that gives you the most bizarre days. You don’t know what’s happening, they don’t tell us who’s next, they don’t tell us who’s the next SuBo. “Nine times out of ten, whoever you think is going to be good on first impressions isn’t. It’s a nice reintroduction into the workplace for me.” Ant found the decision to walk away from work gut-wrenching. He says: “One of the most difficult decisions I made was to take time out and not do something I love. It’s very hard when you’re going through the most difficult time of your life. Being at work was a massive help to me — it was the constant. It was a love affair. Ant says he found the decision to walk away from work gut wrenching “I was with the person who is my best friend. Millions of people would want to do this job. “I’ve never lost the feeling of how lucky I am to be where I am. I’ve never lost that. I always remembered where I came from.” Even with addiction and depression, Ant’s on-camera persona remained strong — something he puts down to his and Dec’s work ethic. He says: “My work never suffered through all my tough times over the last couple of years. “I was in a terrible place. My saving grace was work on Saturdays. Getting through the weeks was tough. But rehearsals and doing the live Saturday Night Takeaway was brilliant. Ant believes he and Dec now have a closer relationship than ever before “We’ve been brought up to be professional, me and Dec. We started as child actors and our work ethic is very strong. “As a 13-year-old you were told you’re working with adults, learn your lines, time is money, you’ve got to get on and do it well. That was instilled in us and we’ve always kept it with us.” Ant believes he is closer to Dec now than ever before. He says: “Our relationship is stronger. He was just so supportive and brilliant. Look where we are now. Our life has gone through massive change.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN BIZARRE” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] He’s referring, of course, to Dec finally becoming a dad to baby Isla with wife Ali Astall. He says: “She’s beautiful little thing. I’m thrilled for the pair of them. They’ve wanted to be parents for a long time. The whole world of showbiz was overjoyed for them. I know how much it means to him.” Ant adds: “I’ve tried to get Dec to bring Isla to work every day on Britain’s Got Talent. He’s like, ‘I can’t bring her to work, I’ve got a job to do.’ But I’ve twisted his arm.” [bc_video video_id=”5991071474001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ant McPartlin says he is feeling ‘really really emotional’ as he finally reunites with pal Declan Donnelly on the Britain’s Got Talent stage”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@the-sun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200