Jessica Simpson

22 May 19
Heavy.com

Tori Spelling and her oldest daughter, Stella, will compete on “MasterChef Celebrity Family Showdown” tonight; she and her husband have five children together.

22 May 19
NS reviews

Short Film Face Off host Steve Patterson. Live tapings are in June in Halifax.  Tickets are available for live tapings of Short Film Face Off on June 11, 12, 13 and 14,  6:30 p.m., at CBC Halifax, 6940 Mumford Rd. Short Film Face Off is a four-part, one hour television series  showcasing emerging filmmakers from […]

22 May 19
Hollywood Life

They’re heading into the third season of ‘Very Cavallari’, and Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler are keeping their marriage strong! Kristin tells us the secret to their happy marriage in an exclusive interview.

22 May 19

As the curtain is about to go down on one of radio's most iconic and beloved brands, CUMULUS Hot AC WPLJ/NEW YORK, THE CUTTING ROOM in MANHATTAN was the place to be last night (5/21,) as … more …

22 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

CLOSE Natalie Portman discusses the difficulties of playing a singer and dancer in “Vox Lux.” USA TODAY Natalie Portman is disputing claims made by Moby that the two dated decades ago, prompting the musician to double down on his story. In a new interview with Harpers Bazaar UK, the 37-year-old actress is asked about claims Moby […]

22 May 19
World of Blyton

I don’t even remember quite how this started, but in 2011 Stef and I created a Facebook page called Julianity. We’ve just scheduled it for deletion, actually, as it had been a very long time since we have posted anything on it. Despite that it had 1,002 people following it (due to Facebook’s lousy algorithms […]

21 May 19
Basketball Wall Street USA

The Atlantic City Showcase took place this past weekend, May 17th through May 19th 2019 in New Jersey. The Atlantic City backdrop was an ideal location for a girl’s basketball grassroots event that showcased a broad range of quality travel clubs and student-athletes, mainly from the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions. Director Matt Shocket, organized a […]

21 May 19
Metro
Voting for the EU election takes place this Thursday (Picture: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images) Many of us around the UK are set to enter the polling stations this Thursday to vote in the EU elections. The UK is still required to take part and put forward candidates for the MEP positions, despite plans to leave the European Union later this year. The country was originally set to leave on 29 March but Theresa May was unable to get a deal agreed by parliament, which led to the UK requesting an extension to article 50. Since then two new parties have emerged with hopes of getting elected – the Brexit Party and Change UK. Here is everything that you need to know about the candidates who are looking for your votes during this week’s election. All of the UK candidates for the European Elections 2019 There will be 751 people elected as members of the European parliament this week, with all EU countries set to hold their election between 23-26 May. In total the UK will hold 73 seats following the election results, although this will change to zero if the UK does leave the EU later this year, and the seats will then be distributed to other EU countries. [metro-zone-post-strip] [metro-fact-box title=”The Conservative Party candidates” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation”] Scotland Nosheena Mobarik Iain McGill Cllr Shona Haslam Cllr Iain Whyte Andrea Gee Michael Kusznir East of England Geoffrey Van Orden CBE John Flack Joe Rich Thomas McLaren Joel Charles Wassim Mughal Thomas Smith East Midlands Emma McClarkin Rupert Matthews Anthony Harper Brendan Clarke-Smith Thomas Randall Syed Kamall speaking to Jean-Claude Juncker at the EU headquarters in Brussels (Picture: John Thys/AFP/Getty Images) London Syed Kamall Dr Charles Tannock Joy Morrissey Timothy Barnes Scott Pattenden Attic Rahman Kirsty Finlayson Luke Parker North East Richard Lawrie Chris Galley Duncan Crute North West Sajjad Karim Kevin Beaty Jane Howard Arnold Saunders Wendy Maisey Thomas Lord Anthony Pickles Attika Choudhary South East Daniel Hannan Nirj Deva DL Richard Robinson Michael Whiting Juliette Ash Anna Firth Adrian Pepper Clarence Mitchell Neva Sadikoglu-Novaky Caroline Newton Conservative MEP candidates Faye Purbrick, Ashley Fox, Claire Hiscott and Emmeline Owens along with Britain’s Prime Minster Theresa May (Picture: Toby Melville/AFP/Getty Images) South West Ashley Fox James Mustoe Faye Purbrick Claire Hiscott James Taghdissian Emmeline Owens Wales Dan Boucher Craig Lawton Fay Jones Tomos Davies West Midlands Anthea McIntyre Daniel Dalton Suzanne Webb Meirion Jenkins Alexander Phillips Mary Noone Ahmed Ejaz Yorkshire and the Humber John Procter Amjad Bashir Michael Naughton Andrew Lee Matthew Freckleton Susan Pascoe Northern Ireland Amandeep Singh Bhogal [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”The Labour Party candidates” colour=”pink” icon=”exclamation”] East Midlands Rory Palmer Leonie Mathers Tony Tinley Nicolle Ndiweni Gary Godden Eastern Alex Mayer Chris Vince Sharon Taylor Alvin Shum Anna Smith Adam Scott Javeria Hussain Claude Moraes is a current MEP for the UK (Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) London Claude Moraes Seb Dance Katy Clark Laura Parker Murad Qureshi Taranjit Chana James Beckles Sanchia Alasia North East Judith Kirton-Darling Paul Brannen Clare Penny-Evans North West  Theresa Griffin Julie Ward Wajid Khan Erica Lewis David Brennan Claire Cozler Saf Ismail Yvonne Tennant Scotland David Martin Jayne Baxter Craig Miller Amy Lee Fraioli Callum O’Dwyer Angela Bretherton South East  John Howarth Cathy Shutt Arran Neathey Emma Turnbull Rohit Dasgupta Amy Fowler Duncan Enright Lubna Arshad Simon Burgess Rachael Ward South West Clare Moody Andrew Adonis Jayne Kirkham Neil Guild Yvonne Atkinson Sadik Al Hassan Clare Moody is one of Labour’s current MEPs for South West and Gibraltar (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) Wales Jackie Jones Matthew Dorrance Mary Wimbury Mark Whitcutt West Midlands  Neena Gill Siôn Simon Julia Buckley Ansar Ali Khan Zarah Sultana Samuel Hennessy Liz Clements East of England Alex Mayer Chris Vince Sharon Taylor Alvin Shum Anna Smith Adam Scott Javeria Hussain Yorkshire & the Humber Richard Corbett Eloise Todd Mohammed Jawad Khan Jayne Allport Martin Mayer Alison Hume [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”The Lib Dems candidates” colour=”blue” icon=”exclamation”] East Midlands  Bill Newton Dunn Michael Mullaney Lucy Care Suzanna Austin Caroline Kenyon Barbara Gibson is a Lib Dem MEP candidate for the East of England (photo by Vickie Flores/In Pictures via Getty Images) East of England  Barbara Gibson Lucy Nethsingha Fionna Tod Stephen Robinson Sandy Walkington Marie Goldman Julia Ewart London   Irina Von Wiese Dinesh Dhamija Luisa Porritt Jonathan Fryer Hussain Khan Helen Cross Graham Colley Rabina Khan North East  Fiona Hall Julie Porksen Aidan King North West  Chris Davies Jane Brophy Helen Foster Grime Anna Fryer Sam Al-Hamdani Rebecca Forrest John Studholme FrederickVan Mierlo South East  Catherine Bearder Antony Hook Judith Bunting Martin Tod Liz Leffman Chris Bowers Giles Goodall Ruvi Ziegler Nick Perry John Vincent Caroline will be contesting to represent the south west in Europe (Picture: Caroline Voaden) South West  Caroline Voaden Martin Horwood Stephen Williams Eleanor Rylance David Chalmers Luke Stagnetto West Midlands  Phil Bennion Ade Adeyemo Jeanie Falconer Jenny Wilkinson Jennifer Gray Beverley Nielsen Lee Dargue Yorkshire and the Humber  Shaffaq Mohammed Rosina Robson James Blanchard Sophie Thornton James Baker Ruth Coleman-Taylor Wales Sam Bennett Donna Lalek Alistair Cameron Andrew Parkhurst Scotland  Sheila Ritchie Fred Mackintosh Catriona Bhatia Vita Zaporozcenko John Edward Clive Sneddon [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”UKIP candidates” colour=”orange” icon=”exclamation”] East Midlands Cllr Alan Graves Marietta King Eastern Stuart Agnew MEP Paul Oakley London Gerard Batten MEP Richard Braine Peter Muswell Freddy Vachha Robert Stephenson Peter McIlvenna John Poynton Ronie Johnson Ukip Party leader Gerard Batten (PIcture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire/PA Images) North West Adam Richardson Jeff Armstrong Fiona Mills Nate Rydings Michael Felse Ben Fryer John Booker Alan Craig North East Richard Elvin Chris Gallacher Alan Breeze Scotland Donald MacKay Janice MacKay Otto Inglis Mark Meechan Roy Hill Neil Wilson South East Piers Wauchope Liz Phillips Daryll Pitcher Toby Brothers Tony Gould Clive Egan Troy De Leon Alan Stone Judy Moore Pat Mountain Eastern Stuart Agnew MEP Paul Oakley Liz Jones William Ashpole Alan Graves Jnr John Wallace John Whitby Wales Kris Hicks Keith Edwards Tom Harrison Robert McNeil-Wilson Ernie Warrender will represent UKIP in the West Midlands (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images) South West Lawrence Webb Carl Benjamin Tony McIntyre Lester Taylor Stephen Lee Alison Sheridan East of England Stuart Agnew Paul Oakley Liz Jones William Ashpole Alan Graves Jr John Wallace John Whitby West Midlands Ernie Warrender Paul Williams Graham Eardley Paul Allen Nigel Ely Joe Smyth Derek Bennett Yorkshire and the Humber Mike Hookem MEP Gary Shores John Hancock David Dews Graham Waddicar Cliff Parsons[/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”The Green Party candidates” colour=”green” icon=”exclamation”] East Midlands Kat Boettge Gerhard Lohmann-Bond Liam McClelland Daniel Wimberley Simon Tooke Eastern Catherine Rowett Rupert Read Martin Schmierer Fiona Radic Paul Jeater Pallavi Devulapalli Jeremy Caddick Catherine Rowett has been campaigning for the Green Party (Picture: Catherine Rowett/Twitter) London Scott Ainslie Gulnar Hasnain Shahrar Ali Rachel Collinson Eleanor Margolies Remco van der Stoep Kirsten de Keyser Peter Underwood North East Rachel Featherstone Jonathan Elmer Dawn Furness North West Gina Dowding Wendy Olsen Jessica Northey Geraldine Coggins Rosie Mills Astrid Johnson Daniel Jerrome James Booth South East Alexandra Phillips Elise Benjamin Vix Lowthion Leslie Groves Williams Phelim Mac Cafferty Jan Doerfel Larry Sanders Isabella Moir Oliver Sykes Jonathan Essex Scott Ainslie will be one of the people representing the Green Party in London (Photo by Peter Summers/Getty Images) South West Molly Scott Cato Cleo Lake Carla Denyer Tom Scott Martin Dimery Karen La Borde Wales Anthony Slaughter Ian Chandler Ceri Davies Duncan Rees West Midlands Ellie Chowns Diana Toynbee Paul Woodhead Julian Dean Louis Stephen Helen Heathfield Kefentse Dennis Yorkshire and the Humber Magid Magid Alison Teal Andrew Cooper Louise Houghton Lars Kramm Ann Forsaith [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”The Brexit Party” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation”] Scotland Louis Stedman-Bryce Karina Walker Jim Ferguson Stuart Waiton Paul Aitken Calum Walker West Midlands Rupert Lowe Martin Daubney Andrew Kerr Vishal Khatri Nikki Page Laura Kevehazi Katharine Harborne Claire Fox, is an MEP candidate for the Brexit party (Picture: REUTERS/Peter Nicholls) North West Claire Fox Henrik Overgaard-Nielsen David Bull Gary Harvey Ajay Jagota Elizabeth Babade John Kelly North East Brian Monteith John Tennant Richard Monaghan Wales Nathan Gill James Wells Gethin James Julie Price Yorkshire John Longworth Lucy Harris Jake Pugh James Heartfield Andrew Allison Christopher Barker Ann Widdecombe will be representing the Brexit party during the election (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images) South West Ann Widdecombe James Glancy Christina Jordan Ann Tarr Roger Lane-Nott Nicola Darke East Midlands Annunziata Rees-Mogg Jonathan Bullock Matthew Patten Tracy Knowles Anna Bailey London Ben Habib Lance Forman Graham Shore Alka Sehgal Cuthbert Adefolajimi Ogunnusi Simon Marcus Mehrtash A’zami Aileen Quinton East of England Richard Tice Michael Heaver June Mummery Paul Hearn Priscilla Huby Sean Lever Edmund Forham Eastern Richard Tice Michael Heaver June Mummery Paul Hearn Priscilla Huby Sean Lever Edmund Fordham South East Nigel Farage Alexandra Phillips Robert Rowland Belinda De Lucy James Bartholomew Chris Ellis John Kennedy Matt Taylor George Farmer Peter Wiltshire [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”Change UK candidates” colour=”pink” icon=”exclamation”] East Midlands Kate Godfrey Joan Laplana Narinder Sharma Pankajkumar Gulab Emma-Jane Manley East of England Emma Taylor Neil Carmichael Bhavna Joshi Michelle de Vries Amanda Gummer Thomas Graham Roger Casale Gavin Esler is an MEP candidate for the new Change UK party (Picture: Kirsty O’Connor/PA Wire/PA Images) London Gavin Esler Jan Vincent-Rostowski Carole Tongue Annabel Mullin Karen Newman Nora Mulready Jessica Simor Haseeb Ur-Rehman North East Frances Weetman Penny Hawley Kathryn Heywood North West Andrea Cooper Daniel Price Arun Banerji Michael Taylor Philippa Olive Victoria Desmond Andrew Graystone Elisabeth Knight Scotland David Macdonald Kate Forman Colin Mcfadyen Peter Griffiths Heather Astbury Catherine Edgeworth South East Richard Ashworth Victoria Groulef Warren Morgan Eleanor Fuller Robin Bextor Nicholas Mazzei Suzana Carp Phil Murphy Heather Allen Diane Yeo Richard Ashworth recently changed his support from the Conservatives to Change UK (Picture: Rick Findler/PA Archive/PA Images) South West & Gibraltar Rachel Johnson Jim Godfrey Ollie Middleton Matthew Hooberman Liz Sewell Crispin Hunt Wales Jon Owen Jones June Davies Matthew Paul Sally Stephenson West Midlands Stephen Dorrell Charlotte Gath Peter Wilding Amrik Kandola Joanna McKenna Victor Odusanya Lucinda Empson Yorkshire and Humber Diana Wallis Juliet Lodge Sophia Bow Joshua Malkin Ros McMullen Steve Wilson [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”The Independent Network candidates” colour=”blue” icon=”exclamation”] East Midlands Nick Byatt Marianne Jane Overton Daniel Anthony Simpson Pearl Winifred Clarke Nikki Dillon East of England Attila Csordas London Daze Aghaji Steve Bray (withdrawn) Roger Hallam Alan Kirby Kofi Mawuli Klu Zoe Delemere Lafferty Claudia McDowell Andrew Medhurst Henry Muss Mike Shad Ian Sowden Andrea Venzon Daze Aghaji is an independant running for the EU elections (Picture: Climate & Ecological Emergency Independents/Facebook) North West Mohammad Aslam Tommy Robinson South East Jason McMahon David Round Michael Turberville South West Larch Maxey Mothiur Rahman Neville Seed Scotland Ken Parke Gordon Edgar Northern Ireland Jane Morrice Neil McCann [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”Other party candidates” colour=”purple” icon=”exclamation”] Animal Welfare Party London Vanessa Hudson Jane Smith Sam Morland Ranjan Joshi Mina de Rui Jonathan Homan UK European Union Party London Pierre Kirk Richard Stevens Saleyha Ahsan Anna Novikova Angela Antetomaso Richard Boardman North West Sophie Catherine Larroque South East Pacelli Ndikumana Clinton Powell English Democrats East of England Robin Tilbrook Charles Vickers Bridget Vickers Paul Wiffen South West Jenny Knight Michael Blundell Yorkshire and the Humber David Stewart Allen Tony Stewart Allen Joanne Allen Fiona Allen Socialist Party of Great Britain South East Mandy Bruce Raymond Carr David Chesham Robert Cox Michael Foster Stephen Harper Neil Kirk Anton Pruden Andrew Thomas-Emans Darren Williams Yorkshire Party Yorkshire and the Humber Chris Whitwood Mike Jordan Jack Carrington Laura-Marie Walker Bob Buxton Dan Cochran Plaid Cymru Wales Carmen Ria Smith Ioan Rhys Bellin Jill Evans Patrick McGuinness SNP Scotland Alyn Smith Christian Allard Aileen McLeod Margaret Ferrier Heather Anderson Alex Kerr Alliance Northern Ireland Naomi Long DUP Northern Ireland Diane Dodds SDLP Northern Ireland Colum Eastwood Sinn Fein Northern Ireland Martina Anderson Ulster Unionists Northern Ireland Danny Kennedy TUV Northern Ireland Jim Allister [/metro-fact-box] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/16/2019-european-elections-can-still-register-vote-9563834/” title=”When are the 2019 European Elections and can you still register to vote?”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/11/brexit-party-favourite-win-votes-european-elections-says-poll-9500438/” title=”Brexit Party favourite to win votes in European elections, says poll”]