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I HAD such a good shift on Stu­dio 66 TV last week and I just wanted to say thankyou to ev­ery­one who tuned in to see me and called up for a chat!

I will be back on Sky chan­nel 912 from 10pm tonight, and on Freeview chan­nel 185 from mid­night, so make sure you tune in!

It re­ally makes my day when you guys send me screen grabs of me on your TV.

It’s nice to know you en­joy watch­ing me, so make sure you tweet me with any sug­ges­tions for out­fits or things you’d like to see! OMG, will some­one have a word with that Stephen Bear – what a wind-up mer­chant!

If I was in that Celebrity Big Brother house with him there is ab­so­lutely no had the same birth­day as well! It just seemed like a co­in­ci­dence.

I also re­ally like the names Piper and Elle. What do you think? Tell me on Twit­ter!

I’ve been do­ing a lot of re­search into train­ing to find out the best way to in­tro­duce a dog into your home, es­pe­cially as we al­ready have Gary the cat!

I was think­ing about get­ting a bark box, but Cara Delevingne was slammed re­cently for using one on her dog. I don’t re­ally see what the big deal is though, it’s just a lit­tle vi­bra­tion to teach the dog not to bark all the time.

I could un­der­stand if it gave the dog an elec­tric shock, I’d never want to hurt an­other liv­ing thing. I don’t know enough about it yet though, so maybe I’m wrong? way I would let him go on the way he does.

Yes he’s funny but he acts like a child!

He needs knock­ing down a peg or two. If I was in there he wouldn’t last two min­utes – but the oth­ers seem to just grum­ble about it and do noth­ing to slap him down.

That’s not my style – with me, he’d soon stop be­ing an ar­se­hole… or else!

I am glad Chloe got evicted though be­cause the way he was treat­ing her made me feel sick. LOVE MATCH: Me and new dog THE news that As­ton Villa leg­end Dalian Atkin­son was Tasered to death this week re­ally shocked me.

Ob­vi­ously, the po­lice are con­duct­ing a thor­ough in­ves­ti­ga­tion into what hap­pened and, other than the peo­ple and of­fi­cers at the scene, we don’t know ex­actly what hap­pened.

So I will be re­ally in­ter­ested to see what does come out over time.

I do think it shows the lack of con­fi­dence within our po­lice forces, though, and I think the use of Tasers should al­ways be a last re­sort.

It may be that the of­fi­cers had no other choice – and re­ports did sug­gest that he had been warned to stand down on sev­eral oc­ca­sions – but for me in­ci­dents like this are more com­mon in places like Amer­ica, not at home in the UK.

It is so im­por­tant for our po­lice to pro­tect them­selves and we rely on them to keep our com­mu­ni­ties safe, but it is so sad when some­one dies as a re­sult of some­thing like this.

I have faith that the po­lice will get to the bot­tom of it all, though, and I just hope that it doesn’t turn out to be a tragedy that could have been avoided.

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