'It's embarrassing': Thomas Markle slams Duchess of Sussex's Ellen DeGeneres Show appearance
The Duchess of Sussex' father, Thomas Markle, has branded her appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' "embarrassing" and insisted she should never have taken part in a comedy sketch for the programme.Meghan was interviewed by her friend on an episode of the US daytime programme which aired on Thursday (18.11.21) and she also took part in a sketch where she drank from a baby's bottle, claimed to have healing powers and impersonated a cat while out shopping, and Thomas Markle has insisted his estranged daughter shouldn't have gone on the show because it isn't appropriate for her position in the British royal family.
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I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! star Naughty Boy's niece Aisha Shaban has revealed his loved ones have noticed he's lost 'a lot of weight' since he entered the castle last week.
The producer is reportedly having counselling while he's on the show due to concerns about his dementia-stricken mother, with sources claiming bosses are fearing a 'mass exodus' after Richard Madeley's exit on Thursday.
However, Aisha said on Friday's Lorraine that while Naughty Boy's absence has 'affected' his mother, she's 'calmed' whenever she sees him on TV. © Provided by Daily Mail (
Asked about her uncle's weight loss since entering the castle, Aisha said: 'He has lost a lot of weight. With all the comments about his trousers.'
Mena Suvari was hesitant to publish her memoir
Mena Suvari wasn't sure whether to release her tell-all memoir or not.The 42-year-old actress tells a heartbreaking coming-of-age story in 'The Great Peace', but Mena admits she was hesitant about being so open and honest in her book.
Thursday night's show saw tensions in the castle continue to rise, with Naughty Boy and Frankie caught up in a row over rice.
Questioning Frankie's Bridge's preparation of rice and beans, she said in response 'You're just coming into our camp and this was just what we did…' © Provided by Daily Mail (
Naughty Boy corrected her, clarifying: 'No, this is our camp. That's wrong what you just said.'
The altercation baffled Frankie who wondered aloud: 'How have I ended up in a discussion over something that's…' before Naughty Boy cut her off with: 'It's not your camp.'
Outside the Main Camp area, a tearful Frankie said to Kadeena Cox: 'I'd rather not have rice at this point. I just hate any confrontation. Now I'm like, 'Oh my god, did I say something bad?' Now I've offended him…'
'Most of them couldn’t even do a normal daily task': Adele mocks exes during UK TV special
Adele had the star-studded audience at the London Palladium in fits of laughter when she mocked her exes during her 'An Audience With Adele' TV special.The 'Hello' singer was asked by her close pal, comedian Alan Carr, on ITV's 'An Audience With Adele': “Famously you write songs about your exes.
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Defending the hitmaker, Aisha told Lorraine: 'He doesn't hold back that's a good thing. I don't think he's being mean and malicious in any way. That's not him.
'He's such a spiritual person. He loves nature. He talks to his cats. I miss him so much.'
Aisha added that his absence from the family home has had a huge impact on his mother Zahida.
She added: 'She suffers from vascular dementia. He's the youngest of the siblings. He's a mummy boy. She relies on him a lot. She lives with him.
'Him being away has affected her. Seeing him on TV does calm her down. Through the day she asks questions like has he eaten is he okay.'
Aisha also revealed that Naughty Boy practically raised from a young age and is more of a surrogate father to her, after her own dad was absent from her life. © Provided by Daily Mail (
She had previously said that she and her family were 'very worried' about him, telling The Sun: 'I knew he would be fine but I have just been worried about his mental state because prior to the show starting, they are not just in there for a few days, they have been quarantining for two weeks as well so I can only imagine how overwhelmed he must feel being away from all us.'
Selena Gomez's mum had 'days to live' after terrifying health battle
Selena Gomez's mother Mandy Teefey has shut down trolls who commented on her weight gain after revealing she had "days to live" while suffering from a life-threatening bout of pneumonia. The 45-year-old shared details of her health scare after receiving "personal attacks" online following her appearance in a magazine photoshoot with her daughter Gomez, 29, and entrepreneur Daniella Pierson. "I was told I had days to live," Teefey wrote in anThe 45-year-old shared details of her health scare after receiving "personal attacks" online following her appearance in a magazine photoshoot with her daughter Gomez, 29, and entrepreneur Daniella Pierson.
On Thursday it was reported that after Richard was forced to pull out of I'm A Celebrity, bosses are fearing they may lose more of the show's stars
The series is said to have been thrown into chaos behind-the-scenes after three of the celebrities - Arlene Phillips, Naughty Boy and Frankie Bridge- have sought urgent medical treatment.
The Strictly judge, 78, is reportedly being medicated for chronic pain while the music producer, 36, is struggling mentally and The Saturdays singer, 32, has developed a rash that doctors are battling to diagnose. © Provided by Daily Mail (
The Sun reports Arlene is on painkillers for 'chronic pain', while Naughty Boy is having a 'tough time' mentally due to being away from his dementia-stricken mum.
Frankie is said to have developed a rash and has had to seek medical attention.
The insider said Naughty Boy, real name Shahid Khan, is having counselling over his mother's health.
They said: 'He's been speaking to the show's psych team, led by Sandra Scott, on a specially set-up iPad to make sure he is staying upbeat...
'This is the longest he has been away from his mother since her diagnosis so they are keen to make sure he's not spiralling quietly.'
They lost parents to Covid-19. Are we abandoning them?
The number of American kids whose caregivers have died in the pandemic has surpassed 140,000.Julian Peña was hospitalized with Covid-19 in early 2020, when the pandemic first hit New York City. His daughter, Natasha Beltran, couldn’t visit him in the hospital, couldn’t hug him or hold his hand. Her mom, Maxine Beltran, remembers the excruciating back-and-forth calls from the ICU.
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The music producer had been particularly vocal about his desire to leave following the Treacherous Traps trial, with the star remarking: 'My time here is done!'
He told his fellow campmates: 'I do think my time here is done. I had a feeling earlier and I was thinking about mum and obviously I love you guys.
'I don't think after knowing what the Main Camp probably knew what they were putting me through knowing I did the challenge earlier – I don't know if I could ever join that camp.'
Naughty Boy's fellow campers were quick to reassure him but he continued his threats quit altogether and was joined by Arlene – even after the news that they were to join the Main Camp. © Provided by Daily Mail ( Read more
I'm A Celebrity contestants removed from castle after Storm Arwen causes 'significant damage' .
The contestants on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! have been removed from Gwrych Castle in the aftermath of Storm Arwen. © PA The show is being filmed at Gwrych Castle for a second year in a row ITV said the storm caused "significant damage" to the show's production base in Wales - meaning there will be no new episodes this weekend.Strict COVID rules mean the contestants - including Louise Minchin, Naughty Boy and Arlene Phillips - will remain in quarantine until filming can resume.