Richard, a lifelong smurf fan, has landed himself the perfect role in the new Smurf film - 'The Smurfs: The Lost Village' out 31st of March.
We have an exclusive clip of him in action above.
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He was a huge hit on the Corrie Cobbles but Les Dennis would seem to be festering in his latest role, playing a family spook in a touring musical production of 'The Addams Family'.
Les revealed this morning he will be shaving his head for the duration of the role, having found the skull caps too uncomfortable. He also spoke about his untimely demise on Coronation Street.
Watch his full interview above.
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Alastair Campbell is among celebs talking publicly about their mental health battles in a series of new films released today to get people talking about the issue. Tony Blair's former spin doctor revealed this morning how at a low point he punched himself in the face to deal with his violent thoughts. Watch his interview above.
The set of films released today are part of 'Heads Together' spearheaded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
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A new statue of Cristiano Ronaldo was unveiled at the International Airport of Madeira yesterday. As viewers took to twitter to question the likeness of the statue, some pointed to a statue in Liverpool which bears an uncanny resemblance to our very own Kate Garraway ....
What do you think?
There will be a bill at the end, I think it’s normal. I’ve never had a divorce in my life but everybody knows that when there is a divorce you cannot say to the partner that you are leaving, ‘Well you are paying all the bills in the future’. That never happens in a divorce.
This morning we spoke to Lead Brexit Negotiator for the European Parliament Guy Verhofstadt and UK Brexit Secretary MP David Davis about the reaction to yesterday's Article 50 letter.
Davis seemed buoyant and relaxed as he told Ben and Susanna told the tone of the letter was entirely proper and that we would meet our legal obligations in regards an exit bill - but implied he didn't expect it to be anything like £50 billion.
However Verhofstadt was quite clear that a fine was to be expected 'because you can't divorce and walk away without contribution'. In reference to yesterday's letter Guy said security was ‘too important’ to be used as a bargaining chip in trade agreements, and will be dealt with separately.
Full interviews above and below.
Thursday 30th March: Laura is wearing a blue and green print dress by Closet with blue suede shoes by Next
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The death of a loved one can be devastating, and affects everybody in different ways. If you, or someone you know, has been affected by bereavement you can get help and support from the following organisations:
Cruse Bereavement Care offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies. Support is offered face to face, by telephone or over e-mail.
Phone: 0808 808 1677 (England, Wales and Northern Ireland)
0845 600 2227 (Scotland)
Hope again offer support for children and young people affected by the death of someone close.
Phone: 0808 808 1677 (Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm)
The Bereavement Trust offers comfort, support and practical advice to the bereaved in the evenings. every evening of the year.
Phone: 0800 435 455 (Every evening, 6pm - 10pm)
Winston's Wish provides services to bereaved children, young people and their families and offer practical support and guidance to anyone concerned about a grieving child.
Phone: 08088 020 021