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Appearing on The Graham Norton Show, she said: "It was quite a strange thing. It was the first time I'd been offered something like that on Twitter. I tweet all the time and Emma Freud tweeted me and asked me to do the Bake Off.
"She threw down the gauntlet and I said, 'Yes'. I'll just take a lot of wine and have fun!"
When reminded that judge Paul Hollywood is a fellow Liverpudlian, she replied: "I can make Scouse with him."
Meanwhile, the actress also spoke about new TV series Sensitive Skin, which is currently airing on Sky Arts.
"I desperately wanted to do it because it is about a »
You don’t come across big international remakes of UK dramas so often that you’d expect two of them to turn up on the same night – never mind a scheduling clash. Yet here we are at 10pm: Gracepoint, the American overhaul of Broadchurch, up against a revisiting of Sensitive Skin, the acclaimed Hugo Blick dramedy starring Joanna Lumley, which first aired 10 years ago.
In its Canadian remake (Sky Arts), it is Kim Cattrall who plays Davina, a successful fiftysomething with a long marriage, grownup son, vintage Jag and fear of losing her youth. Cattrall, in her first major TV role since Sex and the City, is not exactly a revelation – her portrayal of Samantha always exceeded the limits of the show’s scripts – but »
- Vicky Frost
MasterChef: BBC One, 8pm
In the final week of heats, Gregg and John challenge four more contestants to wow them with their signature dishes.
Who will be sent home, and who will join the other contestants to battle it out in the quarter finals?
Gracepoint: ITV Encore, 10pm
In the first episode of Fox's remake of the British crime hit Broadchurch, a young boy's body is found on a beach - leading to a frenzied investigation where none of the town's secrets are safe.
David Tennant (Doctor Who, Broadchurch) and Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad) star as Detectives Emmett Carver and Ellie Miller, who lead the investigation. Also supporting is Nick Nolte as one of the town's suspect residents.
The Us drama prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho returns tonight for its third season.
Happy Birthday, Sarah Jessica Parker! Can you believe the Sex and the City star is ringing in the big 5-0 today? It seems as if no time has passed since the actress stole our hearts on the hit HBO series, which aired from 1998 to 2004 and is currently in syndication on E!. From Carrie Bradshaw's (Parker) rollercoaster relationship with Mr. Big (Chris Noth) to her unbreakable friendships with Charlotte (Kristin Davis), Samantha (Kim Cattrall) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Sex and the City taught us many life lessons (how else would we know to drink cosmos and wear Manolos?) and will always have a special place in our hearts. Photos: Sex and the City: Then & »
Sarah Jessica Parker, the Emmy-winning actress and fashion maven, is 50 today. If you watched Carrie Bradshaw strut her way through her late '30s on HBO's "Sex and the City" and deal with the pangs of married life in the two subsequent feature releases, Sjp's 50th birthday feels like kind of a big deal. In your best Kim Cattrall voice, you coo, "I'll drink to that!" To celebrate, let's pick Sjp's most underrated role. My pick is below. "L.A. Story." 1991. Not nearly as watched anymore as it should be. Sjp's character SanDeE is one-of-a-kind, a loopy wannabe model whose space cadet antics are at once frustrating and lovable. The explanation for the curious spelling of her name is priceless, and Steve Martin (naturally) responds quizzically. What's your favorite Sjp role? »
- Louis Virtel
In a new interview with The Guardian, the 32-year-old Irish actor looks back on the characters he's played -- specifically Paul Spector, the psychopathic murderer in the BBC2 series The Fall, and of course, Christian Grey -- and admits it "worries" him.
"I consider myself quite light-hearted, pretty easy-going, and I keep playing sick psychopath bastards!" he says. "It kinda worries me sometimes how comfortable I am in that zone."
Photos: Stars Who've Played Real-Life Icons
To this day, the handsome former Calvin Klein underwear model still can't believe he's in the much talked-about adaptation of E.L. James' bestselling erotic novel.
"There are times when I’ll be like: 'Huh, someone made a Fifty Shades movie, that's funny.' And then I’ll be like: 'Wait, I'm the guy?!'" he shares.
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The film adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey has inspired its fair share of loud detractors. Some thought it was too raunchy, some didn.t think it was raunchy enough, and then there were other moviegoers who just thought that it was a tedious melodrama packed with hammy acting, and a weak plot that cynically exploited hollow sex appeal to generate hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office. As it turns out, one of the film.s harshest critics is Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall, who has not only claimed not to not have interest in seeing the film, but has blamed that lack of interest on male lead Jamie Dornan. The actress, whose Samantha character in the aforementioned beloved television series and films was particularly well-versed in the act of love-making, recently told the Independent that director Sam Taylor-Johnson.s recent adaptation of E.L. »
She doesn't find former Calvin Klein underwear model Jamie Dornan, who plays the super-hot S&M-loving billionaire Christian Grey in the film, attractive.
"Maybe it's my age, but he doesn't look like a man to me," the former Sex and the City star, 58, tells The Independent bluntly. "He looks like a young boy. I like men to look like men. I saw the preview and you know they say in three seconds you can tell if you find someone attractive or not? Well, I just thought, 'No.'"
Photos: Calvin Klein's Hottest Celebrity Models
Though perhaps if the film had allowed the 32-year-old Dornan keep his scruff, she might have changed her mind!
Dornan himself addressed his boyish looks in a recent interview with Glamour for their March 2015 issue, when he admitted »
Rugged Brendan Gleeson on the other hand...
The Sex and the City star told the Irish Independent: "Maybe it's my age, but [Dornan] doesn't look like a man to me.
"He looks like a young boy. I like men to look like men. I saw the preview and you know they say in three seconds you can tell if you find someone attractive or not? Well, I just thought, 'No'."
But an actor fulfilling her red-blooded manly request is Calvary actor Gleeson.
"Now, if he were Brendan Gleeson - well, there's a little something going on there, you know, the twinkle in the eye..."
On a rumoured third Sex and the City movie, she insisted: "Well, Sam is behind me in the sense that it's over. »
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion! Kim Cattrall revealed to The Independent that she doesn’t find Jamie Dornan hot. "Maybe it's my age, but he doesn't look like a man to me," the 58-year-old admitted. "He looks like a young boy. I like men to look like men.” In fact, she has no desire to see the actor’s steamy S&M flick Fifty Shades of Grey. “I saw the preview and you know they say in three seconds you can tell if you find someone attractive or not? [...] »
Samantha Jones has always been one of a kind, although we have to say this geniuinely surprised us. Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall, whose onscreen character was known for her insatiable sexual appetite, will officially shock her fans when they read this next statement: She doesn't find Jamie Dornan attractive. That's right, Samantha Jones doesn't find Christian Grey smokin' hot. "Maybe it's my age, but he doesn't look like a man to me," she tells The Independent. "He looks like a young boy. I like men to look like men." She is so unimpressed with him and his looks, in fact, that she won't even go see Fifty Shades of Grey! "I saw the preview and »
Previously announced guests at the fest, which is headed by Grainne Humphreys, include Kenneth Branagh, who will screen “Cinderella”; Alan Rickman, who will showcase his period film “A Little Chaos”; and Russell Crowe, who presents his directorial debut “The Water Diviner.”
- Leo Barraclough
No one loves a great scene more than the person who first dreamed it up -- the writer. We're asking iconic shows' creators and writers to tell ETonline all about the moment on their series that they most cherished getting to see make it from script to screen.
“You have to put yourself in the mindset of the late-‘90s, where this sort of thing was not done on television,” Sex and the City creator Darren Star tells ETonline of the HBO comedy that first premiered in 1998 and would eventually run six seasons, spawn two films, and make Carrie Bradshaw a household name.
The show’s frankness and humor about sex was both iconic and revolutionary. Yet, in the first season, hardly anyone watched the adventures of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), and Samantha (Kim Cattrall).
That means not many people »
Christina Aguilera and Jimmy Fallon engaged in a game of Wheel of Musical Impressions this week, which was really just a very important reminder that Xtina knows what she’s doing, vocally. Fallon’s Bowie and Michael McDonald impressions were fine, but Aguilera’s spot-on Cher, pitch-perfect Shakira, and “how often do we really see Britney and Christina in the same room together, really” eerie Britney Spears blew us away. Elsewhere on late night, the singer revisited another classic impression – her impeccable Kim Cattrall. Is she vying for another SNL hosting gig?
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- Monica Heisey
Leonard Nimoy lived long, he prospered, and he was beloved by his many fans and colleagues. Nimoy was reportedly hospitalized with chest pains earlier this week and his wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed the death Friday, adding that it was due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Nimoy was 83. As the world began to learn of the Star Trek star's death, thousands of those who were touched by Nimoy's work took to Twitter to memorialize the actor. Those voicing their feelings ranged from his longtime costars, to those who were inspired by him, to those who were simply fans. People has »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
Looks like Britney Spears isn’t the only impression Christina Aguilera has mastered! During an appearance on "Late Show" on Wednesday, "The Voice" coach brought back a "Sex and the City" bit she first did while hosting "Saturday Night Live" back in 2004. "You did an incredible Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City," host Seth Meyers. "It was one that, at the table, I would call a gasp moment, where everybody's like, 'Oh, [expletive]!" "It was fun," Xtina replied with a laugh. "I was obsessed with that show at the time...Kim was always talking like this [changes her voice]—and the big line of that [SNL] skit, like her big secret coming out was, 'I'm a dude!'" Check out the hilarious videos above and below to see her transform into Samantha! Sex and the City Parody (Christina Aguilera) by Tracey_Searcy The singer also talked about her upcoming role of "Nashville," revealing that »
- tooFab Staff
Celebrity impressions are clearly Christina Aguilera's thing.
After recently shocking viewers with her spot-on Britney Spears impression on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the 34-year-old The Voice judge is at it again, this time revisiting her shockingly good Saturday Night Live impression of Kim Cattrall's Samantha Jones.
Photos: Christina Aguilera Looks Even More Amazing After Giving Birth
"You did something I still remember, because when we were talking about SNL 40th, we were talking about great impressions that hosts did, and you did an incredible Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City," Meyers says, remembering the moment from more than a decade ago. "It was one that, at the table, I would call it a 'gasp' moment, where everyone's »
Christina Aguilera doesn't just do a mean Britney Spears impersonation—she's does a fabulous Samantha Jones, too! On Wednesday's Late Night With Seth Meyers, the Voice coach brought back a Sex and the City bit she first did while hosting Saturday Night Live back in 2004. "You did an incredible Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City," the late-night host gushed. "It was one that, at the table, I would call a gasp moment, where everybody's like, 'Oh, [expletive]!" "It was fun," said Christina with a laugh. "I was obsessed with that show at the time...Kim was always talking like this [changes her voice]—and the big line of that [SNL] skit, like her big »
Plan B! If the whole pop star, actress, and reality television judge thing doesn't work out for Christina Aguilera, she may just have a second career in impressions. After stunning Us earlier this week with her spot-on Britney Spears impression on The Tonight Show, the "Say Something" singer did her best Kim Cattrall as Samantha Jones on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday evening, Feb. 25. Photos: Christina Aguilera's Sexy Video Style Appearing on the late-night show to promote the new season of The Voice, Aguilera, 34, was asked [...] »
The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival programme was officially launched earlier today. The diverse and exciting programme delivered by Festival Director Gráinne Humphreys invites audiences to traverse the globe in 11 days from the comfort of their cinema seat to over 38 countries including Korea, Denmark, Us, Brazil, Russia and many more. The Festival is delighted to welcome a stunning array of filmmaking talent to Dublin this March for the 13th edition of the Festival, which takes place from 19th – 29th March. It will celebrate the best in storytelling with compelling narratives, screening over 130 films, with over 60 Irish and international guests including acting legends such as Julie Andrews, Ryan O’Neal, Danny Huston, Kim Cattrall and Vincent Perez and Irish talents such as Orla Brady, Jack Reynor and Robbie Sheehan. One of the major highlights of the programme is the attendance of three talented actor-turned-directors, who will be attending the Festival: »
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