The Sunday Post (Newcastle)

What the celebs are talking about this week


“Can you believe they’ve let two of the naughtiest people in television live on ITV?”

Cat Deeley kickstarte­d her stint hosting This Morning alongside Rylan Clark in disbelief that they’ve been let loose together on our screens.

“I truly am on cloud nine, feel so lucky, it feels incredible being able to share this with you all, I always wished for this.”

Former Gogglebox star and I’m A Celeb winner Scarlett Moffat was over the moon after her partner Scott Dobinson organised a perfect proposal.

“I am hoping those who hate me might hate me a little bit less afterwards. But it’s a gamble.”

Nigel Farage hopes people see a new side to him when he’s in the jungle. We’re sure there’ll be quite a few votes for him to do the bushtucker trials...

“Minnie has shown children for generation­s, through mischief and laughter, that it’s okay to blaze their own trail through life, and strong role models like her empower young girls, helping them break down barriers.”

England Lionesses captain Leah Williamson was delighted to be featured alongside a comic icon in Minnie the Minx as she appeared in and guest-edited the latest edition of The Beano.

“The times we had together are honestly among the favourite times of my life. It was an honour to share the stage with you and to call you my friend. I will always smile when I think of you and I’ll never forget you. Never. Spread your wings and fly brother you’re finally free. Much love. And I guess you’re keeping the 20 bucks you owe me.”

Matt LeBlanc shared a selection of on-set pictures alongside his late co-star Matthew Perry as the Friends cast shared tributes following his death last month.

“That’s a lovely thought, that a film like this could help some politician­s become a bit more humane.”

Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson reckons it would be nice if the animated version of her story Tabby McTat, which explores the friendship between a cat and a homeless busker, inspires kindness from those in power.

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