The reality is, they don’t look happy, do they?
SO reality TV star Mark Wright has finally married Michelle Keegan.
And apparently Mark “broke down in tears” when Michelle arrived at the church – about half-an-hour later than planned.
Maybe he was just relieved she turned up at all!
God, he’s so bloody soft it makes me SICK!
He cried on Strictly Come Dancing, and now he blubs at his own wedding. Man the f**k up, Mark! But that wasn’t the only big story of the day...
Apparently, security was on “high alert” in case Mark’s ex-girlfriend Lauren Goodger gatecrashed the wedding.
I don’t think Lauren would actually have done that but she DID disrupt things on social media last weekend.
She posted a picture suggesting that Mark would REGRET marrying Michelle instead of her.
Lauren apparently thinks she’s still ‘the one’ but says they just met when they were too young.
Well, a lot of people are accusing her of being bitter… and to be honest, she does sound it.
But I think she has a point. I don’t reckon Mark and Michelle will go the distance – sorry, guys!
They don’t strike me as a happy couple when I see them out with each other and that is a bad sign in my opinion.
Maybe I’m wrong, but perhaps Lauren is right! Watch this space…I predict a stormy time ahead. MY Twitter feed was exploding last week with this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. I didn’t watch it – I never bother. I always think ‘what’s the bloody point?’ Even with boobs like Germany’s Ann Sophie (above) on show, it’s SO desperate.
I just don’t get it… why is there a song competition for Europe? I’d seriously like to know.
It’s supposed to be the BEST singers and songs from each country, but they’re always crap.
It might be relevant if people actually bought the winning song. But they don’t. I can’t even name a winning song from the last 10 years.
The whole things reminds me of a sleazy nightclub talent show.
It’s about time they just dumped it. It’s a waste of f**king airtime. RADIO 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw would be a disaster as a judge on
The 30-year-old ( is rumoured to be Louis Walsh’s replacement this year.
Personally, I hope he doesn’t get the job – I can’t stand the guy.
But here’s the important reason he shouldn’t be on the ITV reality show – what does he know about singing?
He’s a DJ – he pushes buttons for a bloody living and sits behind a microphone all morning. My verdict? He’s unqualified. There are LOTS of other great candidates to replace Louis. My dream panel would be Mark Ronson, Adele, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Simon Cowell.
I’m a huge fan of Adele’s – I think she’s got a fantastic voice so would justify sitting on the panel.
And Mark Ronson is a great producer and songwriter. He’s British, well-connected and knows how to write a pop song. Sorry, Grimmy, you’re just not in his league. IT’S been an awful week. My darling son Luca was involved in a serious car accident in Surrey last week when he was being picked up from school.
Thankfully, he is doing better now. But he’s very, very lucky.
He escaped with minor injuries, whiplash and a cut on his leg. Sadly, the driver was seriously hurt and Luca’s chaperone suffered broken ribs and a broken arm.
Doctors told me the seatbelt saved Luca’s life. Please remember, it’s so important to wear your seatbelt, even if you’re sitting in the back seat.
It’s been a few days now and my son is still scared to get into a car.
That sort of fear stays with you for a long time. Friends who have been in serious car accidents tell me that.
The police said they were “amazed” that he walked away with only cuts and bruises.
And after I saw the wrecked car, I couldn’t help thinking that something was protecting Luca.
We really are blessed.