The divorce was granted in just 20 seconds at a hearing in central London on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Entertainer Michael Barrymore will talk about the death of Stuart Lubbock, a party guest who died in his swimming pool, during an appearance on the The Jeremy Kyle Show next month.
The former presenter - a TV favourite in the '80s and '90s - saw his career effectively come to an end when Mr Lubbock was found dead at his Essex mansion in March 2001, with internal injuries suggesting the 31-year-old was the victim of a sexual assault before his death.
Barrymore, 62, who has previously described the events as "just a party that went disastrously wrong, with a tragic ending," will also discuss his subsequent fall from grace and his battle with drink and drugs on the ITV show.
It will form part of a series of celebrity specials that will also feature Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder, former 'It-girl' Tara Palmer-Tompkinson, ex-Coronation Street star Liz Dawn and Michael Jackson's brother Tito.
Tough TV inquisitor Jeremy Kyle admits he broke down in tears in front of doctors before his cancer surgery.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Kyle says the best advice he can give himself after being diagnosed with cancer is to live life to the full. In an exclusive interview with ITV's This Morning he said finding out he had testicular cancer made him re-evaluate some parts of his life.
If he were a guest on his own show he said he would tell himself to "give something back" to society.
Television presenter Jeremy Kyle has spoken out for the first time about his battle with testicular cancer.
In an exclusive interview with This Morning to be shown later today, Jeremy admits he thought it would be the last year he would spend with his family.
Talk show host Jeremy Kyle has spoken about his battle with testicular cancer and has said "I just feel lucky to be alive".Read the full story ›
Talk show host Jeremy Kyle is recovering after treatment for testicular cancer and is expected to return to work next week, a statement on his show's Facebook page said.
The presenter, 47, has taken a break from recording his long-running ITV daytime show to receive treatment for a growth that was discovered before Christmas.
The Facebook statement said that it had been a "really tough couple of months for him and his family" but that he is "now on the mend".
An ITV spokeswoman said: "We hope that he is back on his feet soon and look forward to him returning to work when he is ready."