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Coronation Street and Towie stars turn up to celebrate at Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright's wedding

24 May 2015 11:39 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Congratulations to Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright, who have tied the knot following a ceremony in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Towie stars Lydia Bright and James 'Arg' Argent, Keegan's former Coronation Street co-stars Brooke Vincent and Antony Cotton, Strictly Come Dancing stars Karen Hauer and Kevin Clifton, and Wright's mother Carol were amongst the guests at today's event (May 24).

Wright recently enjoyed a five-day stag do extravaganza with mates in Las Vegas, while Ordinary Lies star Keegan claimed she suffered a three-day hangover after her hen celebration in Morocco.

Earlier this month, Bright shared a picture of her invitation to the wedding - but deleted it within seconds.

Keegan previously revealed that Wright was "really hands-on" with the couple's wedding plans.

Wright and Keegan announced their engagement back in 2013. »

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Russell T Davies: Cucumber, Banana, Tofu and 15 years since Queer as Folk

21 January 2015 1:00 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

15 years since Queer as Folk left our screens, Russell T Davies is returning to Channel 4 with a new three-part project, exploring Lgbt themes from a wealth of different viewpoints.

BAFTA winner Davies has written all eight episodes of Cucumber - the story of Henry (Vincent Franklin), who's 46, gay and confused about what he wants from life - while also sharing scripting duties with a team of up-and-coming young writers on E4's anthology series Banana.

The two interlinked series are joined by 4oD's Tofu - an online documentary companion to both shows that presents a frank and revealing look at modern sex in all its variety.

Digital Spy sat down with Davies to discuss his new projects, the legacy of Queer as Folk and what's changed in those 15 years - from Lgbt representation to the rise of the mobile phone.

So you have Cucumber and Banana and Tofu - »

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Queer As Folk cast - Then and Now: What the show's stars did next

17 January 2015 3:00 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

A Russell T Davies TV project is always something to be excited about. From gifting us Queer as Folk to saving Doctor Who, he has given us a lot to be grateful for over the years. Hence why his various comeback series on Channel 4, E4 and online later this month are being greeted with such a sense of anticipation.

Cucumber, Banana and Tofu come 16 years after Davies shook up TV with Queer as Folk and his new shows look likely to be just as exciting, exploring the passions and pitfalls of 21st century gay life with a candid sense of humour.

But will it create as many stars as Davies's previous Channel 4 series? Here's what happened to the Queer As Folk stars after it ended in 2000.

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After playing the sexually rampant Stuart, Gillen landed a role in what many critics claim to be the "greatest »

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