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Celebrity Survivor will see the stars competing against each other in I'm a Celebrity-style challenges in order to stay in the camp.
The celebrities will set up their own camps and survive the tough conditions until they are voted off each night, reports the Daily Star.
BBC One has announced the 10 celebrities to compete in new gymnastics reality show Tumble.
The judging panel will be made up of Olympic gymnastics legend Nadia Comaneci, London 2012 hero and Strictly Come Dancing champion Louis Smith, Team Gb gymnastics captain turned sports broadcaster Craig Heap, and cirque artist Sebastien Stella.
Tumble will see the famous faces learning and mastering gymnastic skills across six weeks of live TV shows. »
Sharon Osbourne says Simon Cowell wants an 'X Factor' judge who is ''skinny and young'' who he can tell what to do. The 61-year-old star was on the judging panel for the last series of the pop star search series but is not returning again this year because her schedule is too full. Sharon claims show boss Simon - who is returning as a judge after a three-year hiatus - doesn't want an opinionated mentor like her and would instead prefer someone he can control. When asked by Jane Moore Simon wants in a judge during an appearance on 'Loose Women', Sharon said: »
The 61-year-old - who made a return to the ITV show for its tenth series last year - said that although she loves the show, she has to put family and Us commitments first.
Asked if she would consider filling the one remaining spot on this year's panel, Osbourne told Loose Women: "No, no, no, you can't go back again. No.
"Love the show, it's become a part of British culture, everybody loves it, you can't help but get pulled into it but no, it's too much."
She added that juggling her commitments in the Us and UK proved too much last year: "I'd lose my job in America because they let me out for one season. I'd wake up in hotel rooms and not know where I was. Also I've got a family so I can't do it. »
Welch - who quit the ITV talk show in October last year following a row with producers over changes to the programme - took to Twitter to say how disappointed she was in Klass, who claimed the show was previously "too ranty and misogynistic" before she joined in January.
Klass had told the Daily Mail: "I love Loose Women. It's nice to be able to articulate and get things out there. But I feel it was getting a bit misogynistic, a bit post-menopausal or pre-menopausal and ranty.
"That's not how women should be represented so it's nice they've refreshed the panel and we can talk about politics, fashion designers and what else is going on in the week."
After reading the comments, Welch tweeted: "Disappointed @KlassMyleene @McGiff. Sadly ratings suggest most viewers don't agree with you. »
Colin Salmon has revealed that he has found it hard to get acting roles in the UK.
The British actor - who has recently appeared in Us shows 24: Live Another Day and Arrow - explained why many UK stars have chosen to find work in America.
He told ITV's Loose Women: "It's been really hard here in Britain for actors and therefore we've had to up our game.
"I think we have incredible voice coaches now because it's all muscle memory. We are trained a different way. It's not like we're imagining it, we know, we're specific. We know the areas."
"You've got the young actors - I'm about to do Musketeers - and the young guys on that, the discipline level is another level. »
Hugh Jackman has admitted that his son isn't impressed by his role in the X-Men movies.
"They are on set a lot so they see it being made and they actually quite like it," he explained.
"When my son said, 'That's pretty cool', that was the greatest review ever. He does not think it's cool that I'm Wolverine, but I caught him once saying to a girl, 'My dad's Wolverine'. You know - once!"
Jackman also spoke about how grateful he was that the franchise had such dedicated fans.
He added: "Every day of my life I run into an X-Men fan somewhere and they are very vocal and I kind of dig that because if you're a »
Jamelia thinks 'Loose Women' has ''changed for the better''. The ITV daytime show has seen a major shake-up over the last year, including a glamorous new set and the introduction of younger panellists, in a bid to boost ratings and the singer believes the programme has benefited from the transformation. She exclusively told Bang Showbiz: ''I definitely think it has changed and it's changed for the better. I feel the changes [executive producer] Martin Frizell has put in place - he's making it more brave, a bit more interesting, something that everybody will want it to watch rather than just appealing »
The 29-year-old singer asserted that there was a lot of swearing and inappropriate stuff going on during the show, but she's Cyrus and people know what will happen.
The raven-haired musician said that Cyrus has been doing it for so long, since she was about two, so she has this presence that is so natural and not forced, the Daily Star reported.
Allen even called the starlet "legendary" during her appearance on ITV show Loose Women, adding that her gig was "brilliant, funny and entertaining." (Ani) »
- Lohit Reddy
The singer-turned-presenter told the audience at ITV's Loose Women today (May 2) that she believes the corporation should "exercise zero tolerance" towards the 54-year-old, after footage emerged allegedly showing him uttering a racist term.
Jeremy Clarkson poll: Should he be fired by the BBC?
"He is very aware of the deep-rooted negative connotations associated with that word and whether you mumble it, whether you say it, it is not on," she explained.
"It is not acceptable and it is deeply offensive to too many people. He has got to go."
The 'Superstar' singer added: "He is in a position of power and influence and there are so many people of many different races who watch his shows and that should not be in your vocabulary, it should not be in your head."
The 33-year-old also told the rest »
However, he only managed to guess Adams's perfume correctly, failing to identify the scents of her co-stars.
He will launch his fragrance - which he has previously described as his "signature in scent" - on Wednesday (April 2).
He told Digital Spy: "I don't think [other stars] make their own. They're not involved. I know what every single part of the process has been, what everything costs, where it's sourced from - I haven't just put my name to something somebody else has come up with. It's my signature in scent."
"I've been obsessed with smelling everything since I can remember. I tried to make »
Lisa Maxwell has quit 'Loose Women'. The 50-year-old presenter, who has featured as a regular on the lunchtime show since 2008, is contracted until July, but she admits she won't be making an appearance on the programme tomorrow (20.03.14) because she hates the new format. She told The Sun newspaper: ''We are the hired talent and do what we are told. But the one thing in all our powers is if we stay or go, and I've decided to go. '''Loose Women' is not the same show and it's not as much fun as it was. It used to be about »
The new series will see a retired Lewis returning to active duty and re-teaming with his old partner Hathaway - now promoted to Inspector.
Fox had previously claimed that the seventh series of Lewis - which aired in January and February 2013 - would be the show's last. »
As ever, Galifianakis plays a ruddy-faced, quietly boiling version of himself, prodding his guest's most obvious pressure points with self-hating irritation at the whole chatshow charade. It fits into the outsider online comedy realm of Tim and Eric, with whom he memorably made the masterclasses in deadpan surrealism A Vodka Movie and Just 3 Boyz – and as such it's a very odd place to find the commander-in-chief.
This is Cool Dad Obama, the guy who doesn't quite get pop culture but whose game attempts and charisma mean we fawn over him anyway. »
- Ben Beaumont-Thomas
During an interview on ITV's Loose Women, the 35-year-old English singer, who has been close pals with the 54-year-old music mogul and has attended several lavish private parties hosted by him, said that Cowell is a "very charismatic man" and hinted that they were romantically involved, the Daily Star reported.
However, she refused to confirm anything and said that she would talk about it later. (Ani) »
- Lohit Reddy
Rebecca Ferguson collapsed on 'Loose Women' today (27.02.14). The 27-year-old singer appeared on the ITV chat show this afternoon to promote her new single 'All That I've Got', which she performed for the live audience, but as the track came to an end she appeared to faint on stage. However, she's since taken to Twitter to assure her fans that she's okay, writing: ''I am feeling much better will rest today so sorry to worry everybody I fought through that song but at the end had nothing left love yas xxx (sic)'' The former 'X Factor' contestant - who came in second place »
The singer was on the ITV lunchtime chat show to promote her new single 'All That I've Got', which will be released on March 2.
Ferguson fell to the floor during the show's end credits just after she finished singing the song.
The incident trended on Twitter instantly, with fans concerned for Ferguson's well-being.
Ferguson later assured fans she is fine, tweeting: "I am feeling much better will rest today so sorry to worry everybody I fought through that song but at the end had nothing left love yas xxx"
A spokesperson for Loose Women told Digital Spy: "Rebecca became unwell during her performance on the show today. She was seen by a nurse at the studios and is fine now."
Ferguson's spokesperson added: "Rebecca started to feel unwell during her performance on Loose Women today, but she is »
Sherrie Hewson thinks 'Loose Women' needs to ''keep evolving''. The stalwart panellist, who has been on the ITV daytime talk show for 11 years, says she welcomes the drastic changes made to the show including a brand new set and the addition of younger stars such as Myleene Klass. Speaking exclusively to Bang Showbiz, she said: ''It is changing slightly now because they're bringing lots of new people, which I think it needs. Every show needs to keep evolving all the time. ''It's been going thirteen years and when a show's gone on that long, you have to evolve, you have »
Suzanne Shaw is reportedly in talks to join ITV's Loose Women.
The Dancing on Ice star said that "bitching sessions" with her former Hear'Say bandmate Myleene Klass - who joined the panel of the daytime show at the beginning of the year - have prepared her for the role.
She told The Mirror: "We often get on the phone and our bitching sessions are basically an episode of Loose Women."
"Myleene has had a hell of a lot of changes in her life but we are both at a point where we are not bitter, we are not angry but we are now very much changed women."
Shaw added that her life experiences mean that she has got what it takes to appear on the chat show.
"I have been a single mum, married and divorced, so I have ticked all the boxes," she said. "I feel so much older and wiser now. »
Launches of ITV Encore and ITVBe are aimed at reaching new audiences and protecting its core TV advertising business
ITV's first channel launches for nearly a decade have been attributed to a "puffer fish" strategy – protecting its core TV advertising business against expansion by rivals, including the BBC.
ITV Encore, a pay-tv channel launching in the summer and exclusive to Sky subscribers for an undisclosed period, and free-to-air ITVBe – launching in late 2014 and the new home of The Only Way is Essex – will be the broadcaster's first new channels since CiTV in 2006, at least partly because of the previously parlous state of its finances.
ITV has been galvanised into action partly by rivals' channel launches.
While much of ITV's commercial resurgence in the past couple of years has focused on the revitalisation of production business ITV Studios, the importance to the broadcaster's livelihood in selling TV ads cannot be overstated. »
- Mark Sweney
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