KANYE’S GONE WEST! Rap­per in hos­pi­tal af­ter a ‘melt­down’

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SOAP bosses could be set to go to war over screen stunna Gemma Atkin­son.

pro­duc­ers are ap­par­ently keen to poach the 32-year-old lad’s mag favourite from their fel­low ITV ri­vals,

The busty babe shot to fame when she joined Chan­nel 4’s as Lisa Hunter in 2001, be­fore she joined the cast of as Carly Hope last year.

But it looks like she could be set to add a third UK soap to her act­ing CV as an in­dus­try source told us that bosses are look­ing to tempt her to the cob­bles.

A source said: “It’s no se­cret that Gemma is one of the best when it comes to Bri­tish TV ac­tresses, and

pride them­selves on be­ing the best soap in Bri­tain. “She has al­ready tran­si­tioned from to

so pro­duc­ers don’t see why they wouldn’t be able to tempt her to give life in Weather­field a go.”

And it wouldn’t be the first time an ac­tress has made the move, as Claire King joined the cast of in 2014 fol­low­ing a ten-year stint on

Bury-born ac­tress Gemma also made her Bol­ly­wood de­but in thriller ear­lier this year. RAP star Kanye West has been ad­mit­ted to hos­pi­tal for ex­haus­tion, just a day af­ter can­celling his tour.

He is be­ing treated for sleep de­pri­va­tion in Los An­ge­les af­ter po­lice were called to re­ports of a dis­tur­bance on Mon­day.

A source said: “Kanye is ex­hausted and deal­ing with sleep de­pri­va­tion.

“He went to the hos­pi­tal at will un­der the ad­vice of his physi­cian. He’s fine.”

The source added that West was not re­strained and that “he went freely” to hos­pi­tal. STARS: Kim and Kanye on­stage out­bursts re­cent days.

A spokesman for the mu­sic star con­firmed his re­main­ing 21 dates were no longer tak­ing place but no rea­son was given for the can­cel­la­tion.

Live Na­tion said fans with tick­ets for the can­celled shows would be re­funded.

On Satur­day, West ended a gig af­ter four songs in Sacra­mento, Cal­i­for­nia, be­fore then can­celling a show in Los An­ge­les a day later. in

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