Family, friends and fans gather at funeral for rock 'n' roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis on Saturday
TV evangelist Jimmy Swaggart, singers Jacob Tolliver and Kenny Lovelace were all present at Lewis' funeral in his hometown of Ferriday.Lewis, known for hits such as 'Great Balls of Fire' and 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On,' died Oct. 28 at his Mississippi home, south of Memphis, Tenn. He was 87.
Captain Lee Rosbach became the face of the growing Below Deck franchise and a huge fan-favourite after it first premiered in 2013. Despite his success, the captain revealed he encountered a rude celebrity guest during one charter.
Captain Lee's appearance on the show was pleasantly welcomed by fans who proclaimed the 73-year-old the Stud of the Sea.
As well as looks, he was loved for his no-nonsense approach to leading the crew of young yachties on board the 197 ft vessel St. David.
While the show highlights the complex duties of running a yacht, Below Deck also shows the crew catering to affluent and often demanding guests.
I'm a Celebrity star Olivia Attwood breaks silence on jungle exit
"You will hear the truth."It was revealed earlier on Monday that the former Love Island star dropped out of I'm a Celebrity after only 24 hours. Now, Attwood's team has posted a message to her Instagram speaking about her exit.
While the charter is occasionally accompanied by a celebrity guest, Captain Lee revealed he was left unimpressed by one reality star.
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Alongside Southern Hospitality star Leva Bonaparte, the two appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
During a segment called 'truth or drink' the duo were tasked with answer a brutal question or they could opt out and have a drink.
Andy probed: "Was any bravolebrity rude to you? No bravolebrity would ever be rude to you."
Without identifying the star, Captain Lee responded: "I don't think she actually knew who I was but It was one of the girls from Dubai."
‘Rude and aggressive’: Fresh claims rock Sunak govt with spotlight on Raab ‘the Incinerator’ for bullying
Rishi Sunak’s new government is facing fresh allegations of bullying and harassment at work, only days after Gavin Williamson stepped down as Cabinet Office minister as questions arose over his behaviour towards colleague. Now it has emerged that eight people working in Dominic Raab’s private office during his tenure as foreign secretary claimed to have  The post ‘Rude and aggressive’: Fresh claims rock Sunak govt with spotlight on Raab ‘the Incinerator’ for bullying appeared first on CityAM.