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Jeremy Vine: I'll strip for Strictly Come Dancing final

'Emmerdale' will screen an hour long rewind episode to reveal who shot Robert Sugden. The tables turned for actor Robert - who killed his brother Andy's wife Katie earlier this year - last week when a mystery assailant shot him in the chest and left him fighting for his life. And it's now been revealed that 'Emmerdale' will celebrate it's upcoming 43rd birthday at the end of October by airing an hour long episode revealing what really happened on the night. Three secrets will also come to the surface that will rock the village forever. Series producer Kate Oates said: ''This won't be the
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'Nashville' Recap: Cranky Women, Weak Men and 'Dynamite Drawers'

'Nashville' Recap: Cranky Women, Weak Men and 'Dynamite Drawers'
The second episode of Nashville's third season was pretty light on music, but there was still enough drama in their lives to keep several of the show's women on edge. Well, downright cranky, actually.

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As the episode opens, Rayna is at the future home of her Highway 65 label talking to a pushy reporter about this being the fifth time she has launched one of her albums at the Number One spot on the charts. Of course, all he wants to talk about are wedding plans and personal details.
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Julie Andrews' Rival in The Sound Of Music, 3-Time Oscar Nominee Has Died

Eleanor Parker dead at 91: ‘The Sound of Music’ actress, three-time Best Actress Oscar nominee (photo: Eleanor Parker ca. 1945) Eleanor Parker, one of the best and most beautiful actresses of the studio era, a three-time Best Actress Academy Award nominee, and one of the stars of the 1965 blockbuster and Best Picture Oscar winner The Sound of Music, died today, December 9, 2013, of complications from pneumonia at a medical facility near her home in the Southern Californian desert town of Palm Springs. Eleanor Parker was 91. “I’m primarily a character actress,” Parker told the Toronto Star in 1988. “I’ve portrayed so many diverse individuals on the screen that my own personality never emerged.” At one point, wildly imaginative publicists called her The Woman of a Thousand Faces — an absurd label, when you think of Man of a Thousand Faces Lon Chaney. Eleanor Parker never altered her appearance the way Chaney did — her
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