‘I can’t for­give bro for spilling my sex se­crets’

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GET ready for a bumpy

★ ride in this hot new drama which kicked off last night. Star­ring San­dra Oh, right, and Jodie Comer, it’s tipped to be must-see TV. And judg­ing by our first-look pic­ture there will be plenty of tense mo­ments. Jodie, who plays crazed Vil­lanelle, said: “What I love is the bal­ance of hu­mour and dark­ness within the se­ries. That is so hard to get right. “And I think there’s some­thing so re­lat­able about Vil­lanelle – some­thing cu­ri­ous about her, and like­able, which I don’t think I’ve seen be­fore.” Killing Eve is avail­able on BBC iPlayer now.

DEAN Gaffney has re­vealed how a feud is tear­ing his fam­ily apart.

The soap star was fu­ri­ous when his way­ward brother Gary shared his sex se­crets.

It has been more than three years since they last spoke and their long-run­ning row has left their par­ents heart­bro­ken.

Dean said: “My mum wants me to bury the hatchet with him. But it’s still so raw. That can’t hap­pen at the mo­ment.

“What he has done is a shame. It’s bad enough hav­ing a kiss-and-tell when it’s a lady of the night that you might have met.

“But when it’s your own fam­ily it’s tough. I think it’s sad that some­one has got to make money out of their own fam­ily.”

Gary has cashed in on his brother’s fame three times. And Dean, who plays hap­less Rob­bie Fowler, has strug­gled to come to terms with his be­hav­iour.

He added: “The thing that gets me is the stuff he said was ma­li­cious. I don’t get his rea­son­ing. Ob­vi­ously he got a pound note.

“If it was a cou­ple of grand, what’s the point? It caused stress to our fam­ily.

“My mum finds it the most dif­fi­cult. She wants her two boys on good terms.”

On mak­ing up with Gary, he said: “Never say never.

“Life is about for­give­ness. But it’s too raw at the mo­ment.” okay. I try not to touch their breasts un­less they ask me to – I’m very cour­te­ous.”

How To Look Good Naked turned Gok into a telly fash­ion ex­pert. The show stopped a decade ago af­ter four se­ries but later this year he’ll be back do­ing what he does best on Say Yes To The Dress.

He is also set to front a northern spin-off of the wed­ding show, which goes out on TLC.

Gok said: “We’ve al­ready filmed an episode and it is a lot of hard work. You don’t imag­ine bri­dal will be that tough but it is.

“It’s amaz­ing to be part of such a big brand. But it’s also slightly ter­ri­fy­ing be­cause it’s so big.

“I’ve had a bit of a hia­tus from TV, so it’ll be good to bring view­ers back in.”

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