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Lynda Bellingham's former 'Loose Women' co-host Jane McDonald has paid tribute to her late friend and admits she can't believe ''she's gone''. The singer starred on the panel of the chat show with Lynda - who lost her battle with colon cancer on Sunday (19.10.14) at the age of 66 - and became very close friends with her. Jane is in total shock that Lynda passed away before fulfilling her dying wish of spending one last Christmas with her family, husband Michael, 59, and her sons, Michael, 31, and Robbie, 26, because she had seemed in such ''good spirits'' since choosing to »
Ruth Langsford opened today's show (October 20), by speaking about Bellingham.
She said: "We want this to be a celebration of Lynda as well, she was such fun and so full of energy and verve but we miss her so much."
Coleen Nolan added: "We miss her already so much. It's so hard not to be sad and the only thing that I think will get me through the day is that I can almost feel her behind me, whacking me, going, 'Get on with it! Stop being sad'.
"She was such a strong woman right up until the end... brave and funny. I finished her autobiography and I laughed and I cried. The strength. It shines through in the whole book and just the honesty of her. She was such a fantastic woman."
Nadia Sawalha described »
After only very recently being diagnosed with cancer, Lynda Bellingham passed away yesterday (October 19) at the age of 66.
Below Digital Spy rounds up just some of the tributes to Bellingham from her friends, family and fans around the world.
Incredibly sad to hear that Macmillan Ambassador Lynda Bellingham has passed away of cancer. Our thoughts are with her friends and family
— Macmillan Cancer (@macmillancancer) October 20, 2014
We fell in love with Lynda Bellingham when she was Oxo Mum. Remembering her with warmth and love today.
— Susanna Reid (@susannareid100) October 20, 2014
So sad about the lovely Lynda Bellingham. She seemed such a love. Thoughts are with her family... We have to bloody beat cancer!
— Diana Vickers (@DianaVickers) October 20, 2014
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The Loose Women star spoke emotionally about the actress, who lost her battle with cancer at the age of 66 on Sunday (October 19).
"She is one loved woman and I think we're all just heartbroken because her last wish was that she'd spend Christmas with her family so we're all heartbroken for that," Sawalha told Lorraine Kelly on ITV today.
"Anyone who knew Lynda, and who knew her well, knew that she was this absolute live wire. She would come into a room and light the place up, everybody loved her.
"She got me my first ever job on the Oxo ad actually, and we worked together on Second Thoughts, and we all absolutely adored her because she was in that true sense of the word 'the actress'."
She continued: "She loved it - she had none of »
Lynda Bellingham has died aged 66. The actress passed away in her husband Michael Pattermore's arms in hospital on Sunday (19.10.14) after battling colon cancer, which had spread to her lungs and liver. In a statement on behalf of her family, her agent, Sue Latimer, said: ''Lynda died peacefully in her husband's arms yesterday at a London hospital. ''Her family would like to thank the nurses and staff for their tremendous care and support. ''Actor, writer and presenter - to the end Lynda was a consummate professional.'' The former 'Loose Women' panellist was diagnosed with cancer in July last year and recently admitted »
The actor and presenter Lynda Bellingham, who has died aged 66, enjoyed a long and varied career on British television. In addition to her iconic Oxo mum role in the long-running adverts, and her presenting stint on the chat show Loose Women, she also had roles in iconic shows such as Z Cars, Doctor Who, The Sweeney and The Professionals. Here are some of her finest small-screen moments.
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Star with a wide-ranging TV and stage career, best remembered as the Oxo mum in a long-running TV ad
Lynda Bellingham, who has died aged 66, played many roles during her five-decade professional career, but became synonymous with one. Being a mum making gravy was not quite how I had seen my career advancing, she said once. But between 1983 and 1999 thats what she did in 42 episodes of an award-winning TV ad. Since the early 1980s, her name was rarely mentioned in print without it being prefaced with Oxo mum.
During her career, though, she starred on TV as the vets wife Helen Herriot in All Creatures Great and Small in the 80s and as one of two divorcees trying to forge a relationship in the 90s sitcom Second Thoughts, opposite James Bolam. On stage she was best known for playing the lead in a touring production of Calendar Girls between 2008 and 2012. She was also, »
- Stuart Jeffries
Lynda Bellingham has died at the age of 66.
The actress and TV presenter, who had been battling cancer since 2013, passed away "in her husband's arms" yesterday (October 19), her agent confirmed.
"Her family would like to thank the nurses and staff for their tremendous care and support.
"Actor, writer and presenter - to the end Lynda was a consummate professional."
Bellingham revealed last month that her cancer battle had worsened and that she had chosen to stop chemotherapy.
Bellingham has been a fixture of British television dating back to the 1970s, and was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for her charity work earlier this year.
Lynda Bellingham, the beloved Canadian-born British actress, died on Sunday after a battle with cancer. She was 66.
Lynda Bellingham Dies
Bellingham had been battling colon cancer since July 2013 before passing away “in her husbands arms,” according to the BBC. In recent months, her cancer had spread to her lungs and liver.
Bellingham got her start on TV in the early 70s, appearing in guest roles on The Misfit, Kate, A Family War and more. She went on to play Nurse Hilda Price on General Hospital and Ruth Isaacs on Mackenzie. In the 80s, she played The Inquisitor on Doctor Who and went on to land the part of Helen on All Creatures Great and Small, a role for which she’s best known. »
Lynda Bellingham was given a standing ovation from the 'Loose Women' studio audience as she arrived on set for the final time. The actress, who has terminal bowel cancer and just weeks to live, filmed her final appearance on the popular ITV show - which will air on Wednesday (23.10.14) - and was interviewed by her former co-hosts Coleen Nolan and Janet Street-Porter, the Sunday People reports. Asked how she would like to be remembered, the 66 year old said: ''Just as an honest person. ''We've been through this as 'Loose Women' - you can't do 'Loose Women' unless you're honest.'' She continued: ''You »
Australian DJ Mel Greig has suggested that she would consider a media career in the UK.
Just days after they called the hospital, the nurse who accepted the call, Jacintha Saldanha, was found dead at the age of 46.
Giving her first live television interview on Loose Women today (October 15), Greig said that she has been surprised by the reaction since she arrived in the UK.
On whether she would consider a career in the UK, she said: "I hadn't considered it before and no offence to Londoners, I expected this to be a horrible place, people with pitch forks at the airport waiting to get me.
"I had this vision that the UK hated me because for months all I would »
Asked on Loose Women if he would be interested in joining the show, he replied: "Place the call baby!"
Jamelia said: "My reason for asking that is you are genuinely talented and clearly you love music and I think that's really important that we have that on these shows. I think we should start a campaign and get Donny onto one of these shows!"
"I would love to do that. I am waiting for the call as well," he said. "I don't want to sound like I am patting myself on the back but I've really gone up the ranks and climbed the ladder the hard way. »
The TV presenter received a backlash on Twitter from some viewers after she claimed that the former Sheffield United footballer's crime was "not violent".
"I apologise unreservedly for any offence that I may have caused as a result of the wording I used," she said in a statement.
Evans has completed half of a five-year sentence after he was convicted of raping a 19-year-old woman in 2011.
The Loose Women panel discussed the case on the ITV show, after reports claimed that he may return to his former club.
"If he does go back, he will have to brave an awful lot of comments," Finnigan said on her debut appearance on the daytime show.
"But, having said that, he has served his time, he's served two years. The rape - and I am not, »
Councillor Karen Danczuk, who became embroiled in a row on Loose Women yesterday (October 7) following discussion of her online selfies, has defended her position on Twitter.
Danczuk, who is married to Rochdale Labour MP Simon Danczuk, appeared on the ITV talk show to discuss "revealing" photos of herself which she had posted online.
There is no excuse for rape, abuse or grooming. A persons clothes does not give the green card for these disgusting acts! Full Stop. Kd
— Cllr Karen Danczuk (@KarenDanczuk) October 8, 2014
Danczuk has since tweeted that her selfies are harmless, saying that provocative clothing should not be used as an "excuse" for sex crimes.
Street-Porter had said that she felt "ashamed" that Danczuk could be viewed as a role model, »
Lynda Bellingham hopes to be reunited with her long-lost father when she dies. On September 28, 2014, the former 'Loose Women' presenter announced that she would be stopping the chemotherapy to treat her terminal bowel cancer, leaving her with just a few weeks to live. Now the 66-year-old actress and television personality - who was adopted by British parents shortly after being born - has revealed that she hopes to meet her biological father in heaven. In her autobiography, 'Memoir', Lynda has explained how she wishes she could have met her Canadian father, Carl Seymour Hutton. She wrote: ''I am drawn once again »
Lynda Bellingham's husband Michael Pattermore says her impending death from cancer will ''create the biggest hole my life''. The 66-year-old TV star has announced her intention to stop chemotherapy treatment for her terminal bowel cancer next month, which means she only has several weeks to live. Michael - married the former 'Loose Women' co-host in May 2008 - has no idea how he's going to cope with the loss of his wife. He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''I am the most positive-thinking guy in the world. Unfortunately, it doesn't matter how positive I am on this one, the Good Lord is going »
The 'Loose Women' stars sent messages of support to former co-host Lynda Bellingham following her decision to stop having treatment for her cancer. The panel of the ITV chat show praised Lynda for her bravery following her announcement at the weekend she only has a few months to live and presented a montage of clips of the well-loved broadcaster's time on the lunch-time programme today (29.09.14). Ruth Langsford said: ''We're all thinking about her today here at 'Loose Women'. ''Thousands of you have been sending your love and messages - 12,000 at the moment, and we've only just come on air - »
The 44-year-old, who found fame in the '90s Boddingtons TV adverts, has been tipped to take part by the Daily Star.
The 49-year-old judge of the BBC ballroom competition joined ITV's Loose Women this afternoon (September 23) to give his opinion on the potential of this year's contestants.
"I think Anton really has his work cut out."
When panellist Janet Street-Porter pointed out that Judy was wearing tennis shoes to dance with du Beke, Horwood retorted: "I wonder why. Traction, darling - she needs some purchase on the floor."
As Street-Porter attempted to defend Judy and suggest that she might do "alright", he quipped: "What, for the drag along the floor factor or the flying factor?"
He was later quizzed by host Ruth Langsford »
First of all, something of an apology. I have been writing this column thinking that every single title due for release the following Monday would of course be released via some kind of pay to stream service. Of course it would, we are living in the future, and this is how things are done isn’t it?
Apparently not, last week I included Jeremy Saulnier’s much loved Blue Ruin in the pay to stream section and then it didn’t come out the way I thought it might. Turns out that some companies still have a fairly limited release pattern so Blue Ruin was released by channel 4’s DVD label and appeared on DVD and Blu but didn’t show up to stream on any of the major providers, not even Sky Store or Playstation Network.
So turns out that being a channel 4 release, you can of course rent »
- Chris Holt
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