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Rod Stewart is sort of opening up about his daughter Kimberly Stewart's love life. While appearing on the talk show "Alan Carr: Chatty Man," Stewart was asked about the rumors that his daughter had an overnight guest, in One Direction member Harry Styles.
"Oh, that would be telling," Stewart says, "I can't tell you that." That doesn't stop Rod from actually telling him that, though, as Stewart continues, "Well his car was there in the morning, let's put it that way. But he may have just come round to pick something up, I don't know."
Just what every girl wants her father to share on television. Luckily for everyone except Kimbery, Rod didn't stop there. When asked if Styles was making a play for his daughter, Rod replies, "She's allowed to do whatever she wants, I stay out of it, so, it's her life."
While he was playing mostly coy until that point, »
Harry has chosen his next cougar and things seem to be getting pretty hot and heavy! In a new interview, Kimberly’s dad ‘let the cat out of the bag’ when he admitted that Harry has been spending the night with Kimberly!
Like most parents, Rod Stewart doesn’t care if he embarrasses his daughter! Kimberly Stewart, 33, is rumored to be dating Harry Styles, 19, and her father wasn’t afraid to spill some personal details about their relationship!
Rod Stewart: Harry & Kimberly Have Sleepovers
During an interview with Alan Carr: Chatty Man, the 68-year-old singer was asked about the rumors that Harry has been having some sleepovers at his house.
Rod responded, “Oh that would be telling, I can’t tell you that. Well his car was there in the morning, put it that way. But he may have just come round to pick something up, I don’t know. »
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Digital Spy presents a list of the winners at this year's Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards, which took place tonight (May 12) at London's Royal Festival Hall:
> BAFTA Television Awards 2013 - red carpet pictures
With '2012', 'Accused', 'The Girl' and 'Last Tango In Halifax' all up for four awards tonight, and no 'Sherlock', 'Doctor Who' or even 'Downton Abbey' to steal the limelight, it's all to play for at this year's BAFTA TV Awards ceremony. Here are all the winners, as they happen.
Full nominees list here, Winners In Bold...
- The Huffington Post UK
BAFTA handed out its TV prizes tonight in London with Olivia Colman taking two awards, one for supporting actress for BBC miniseries Accused and the other as actress in a comedy program for Olympics sitcom Twenty Twelve, which was also named best sitcom. Colman will soon be seen by U.S. audiences in ITV’s recent hit drama Broadchurch. Ben Whishaw was best actor for Neal Street Productions co-production with NBC Universal and Wnet Thirteen/BBC Two, Richard II (Hollow Crown), and top comedy actor was Steve Coogan for Sky Atlantic‘s Welcome To The Places Of My Life. The best drama series was the BBC’s Last Tango In Halifax while HBO‘s Girls was named best international show. Coming into the evening, the BBC and HBO’s Hitchcock film The Girl was among the most nominated programs, but went home empty-handed. Downton Abbey had no nominations. A full »
- NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor
The TV BAFTAs are back this Sunday (May 12) and we're jolly excited. The BAFTAs are the closest that Britain has to its own Emmys, allowing our TV talent to put on their best suits and glad rags and slap each other on the back for a couple of hours.
Graham Norton blends a sharp wit with professionalism as the host, the nominations shortlist pulls off the tricky balance of populist choices with critics' favourites and, most importantly of all, Ant & Dec don't win every single year.
The TV BAFTAs may not always get it right (Towie? Really!), but they take TV seriously and even if they are occasionally a bit stuffy or they get it wrong with a winner, it still gives us a chance to all have a right good row ("So and so was robbed!" "How did that win?!") while sat on our sofas at home.
Who should »
Simon Cowell keeps weights and mouthwash in his 'Britain's Got Talent' toilet. The music mogul's bizarre bathroom habits have been revealed by fellow judge Amanda Holden, who thinks he likes to workout with the equipment and refresh his breath at the same time. Speaking on chat show 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man', Amanda said: ''We always get designated a judge's toilet for 'Bgt'. Simon keeps a little bottle of Listerine in his. ''There are also weights - I think he gargles and lifts at the same time.'' Amanda, 42, also claimed to have nearly spotted the 53-year-old star's manhood when he went commando while filming »
The 42-year-old actress looked sexy in heels and a revealing ensemble as she made an appearance on Alan Carr: Chatty Man, the Mirror reported.
Holden told host Alan that they always get designated a judge's toilet for Britain's Got Talent and Cowell keeps a little bottle of Listerine in his.
"There are also weights - I think he gargles and lifts at the same time," she said.
Holden also revealed how she knew Cowell goes commando after he got up suddenly from his dressing room. »
- Ketali Mehta
The footballer checked into an American rehab centre in February to seek help with his alcohol addiction.
Appearing on Alan Carr: Chatty Man, Gascoigne mentioned some of the celebrities who clubbed together to help pay for his treatment.
He said: "I want to say from the bottom of my heart I am really grateful.
"If I come across them I will give them a massive hug. I would like to think they have saved a good man's life."
Gascoigne - who shunned the host's usual alcoholic refreshments and opted for a yoghurt drink instead - told Carr that there is a chance he will drink again one day.
"I never say never. »
The BBC's coverage of the London Olympics has notched up a hat-trick of nominations at the Bafta TV awards - one fewer than the sitcom which spoofed the games, Twenty Twelve.
Danny Boyle's acclaimed Olympics opening ceremony and the BBC's coverage of "super Saturday" – when Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford all won gold for Great Britain – are both nominated in the sport and live event category.
The opening ceremony is also nominated for the Radio Times audience award, voted for by members of the public.
Last summer's sporting spectacle also provided Channel 4 with a nomination for its Paralympics coverage in the sport and live event category.
- John Plunkett
The BAFTAs aren't just for films, you know. They do telly ones too. British Academy of Film and Television Arts. The clue's in the name.
The nominations have been announced for this year's awards, with the BBC/HBO co-production The Girl (starring Sienna Miller and Toby Jones) leading the bunch. The BBC's Parade's End (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Accused (Sean Bean, written by Jimmy McGovern) aren't far behind.
Here are the nominations in full...
- Chris Villeneuve
The nominations have been announced for the 2013 BAFTA Television Awards. "The Girl," the TV movie about Alfred Hitchcock's relationship with actress Tippi Hedren, leads all with eight nominations, followed by Benedict Cumberbatch's "Parade's End" with seven.
Popular U.K. drama "Downton Abbey" has received zero nominations this time around. It previously received nominations as Best Drama Series and Supporting acting nominations for Brendan Coyle and Maggie Smith. U.S. series "Game of Thrones" and "Homeland" each scored a pair of nominations.
The TV BAFTAs will be awarded May 12 in London. The complete list of nominees is below:
The awards ceremony, hosted by Graham Norton, will take place on Sunday 12 May. Here are the nominations in full. Do they deserve their place on the list? Is your favourite programme missing?
BAFTA TV nominations have been announced with Hitchcock film The Girl and the BBC’s Last Tango In Halifax, Accused and Twenty Twelve scoring four nods each. On the international side, Danish/Swedish crime drama The Bridge, which FX is remaking in the States, Showtime’s Homeland and HBO’s Girls and Game Of Thrones were each mentioned. Downton Abbey‘s Hugh Bonneville also has a nod, but not for the hit period drama which scored no nominations. He’s instead in the comedy acting category for Olympics series Twenty Twelve. When combined with the BAFTA TV Craft Awards, which take place on April 28, The Girl has eight nominations, Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer Parade’s End has seven, Accused has six and the BBC’s cancelled The Hour, plus Last Tango In Halifax, Ripper Street and Twenty Twelve each have five. The BAFTA TV awards will be handed out on May 12 in London. »
- NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor
Digital Spy presents a list of the nominees at this year's Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards, which will take place on Sunday, May 12:
> BAFTA TV Craft Awards 2013: The nominations in full
Hot off the press, we’ve got all the details for the BAFTA Television Awards 2013, sponsored by Arqiva. We’ve got the full list below but first up, here’s that full press release in all its glory. Don’t forget to vote for your favourite in our previously reported Radio Times Audience Awards, all the details can be found via this link. In the meantime, exciting news here:
The nominations have been announced today for the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2013, which will take place on Sunday 12 May at London’s Royal Festival Hall, hosted by Graham Norton.
The Girl and Last Tango in Halifax have four nominations apiece, and compete with each other in three performance categories. Leading Actor Toby Jones, Leading Actress Sienna Miller and Supporting Actress Imelda Staunton are all nominated for The Girl. They take on Leading Actor Derek Jacobi, Leading Actress Anne Reid and »
- Dan Bullock
Big Body Squad
8pm, Channel 5
Series two for this uncompromising look at the problems the NHS face with patients whose sizes have left them far less mobile than they'd like. Here we meet Denise, one of hundreds of Britons left bed-bound by their weight, whose husband must juggle a direct payment council grant to best meet her needs. We also encounter 35-stone teenager Daniel, who is taking part in a project aimed at transforming the lives of overweight youngsters, and have a look at how specialist footwear can help avoid the threat of amputation. Mark Jones
The lottery parable continues, and a big, glittery hammer rams home the well-worn message that money doesn't buy happiness. This week, »
- Mark Jones, Hannah Verdier, Jonathan Wright, Andrew Mueller, Gwilym Mumford, Ali Catterall, David Stubbs
Sherlock and Doctor Who will go head to head later this month for two of the big prizes at the National Television awards, which will feature a special award to celebrate the success of the Olympics and Paralympics.
- John Plunkett
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