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We were in the process of bringing to your attention a new craze for doggy owners and their flexible pups known as Doga (the hound-friendly yoga) when all of a sudden one of our models got a little too friendly...
We've checked thoroughly - this position was certainly not covered in the script.
It's every boy's dream to be James Bond ... in my wildest dreams!
During an interview on today's show, Ronan Keating revealed how he felt on the opening night of his West End musical debut. Ronan - who plays the lead role in Once - said, “lt was frightening, really intimidating and I’ve never done anything like that before… it’s very different [from concerts] - you feel very exposed. I’ve loved every minute of it, but wow, it’s been full on.”
He added, “I felt like I was naked on stage!”
Based on an Oscar-winning film, the show is based on the chance meeting between an Irish hoover engineer and a quirky girl from Eastern Europe who form a strong bond with folk music at its very heart.
When quizzed about papers reports that he is up for the James Bond role, Ronan laughed and said, “No I’m not, no way! I wish in my wildest dreams… it’s every boys dream to be James Bond, absolutely, I’m a big fan… but my God, no.”
They're one of the biggest selling items of the century and they're going nowhere! Gok Wan's back with a masterclass on finding the perfect pair of jeans, whatever your budget, shape and size.
Health and fitness has long been the preserve of the Hollywood A-lister, so it was only a matter of time before their dogs started doing yoga!
This week fitness fanatic Hugh Jackman caught his French Bulldog Dali doing what looked like a yoga position first thing in the morning. And it looks like Dali isn't the only one as a Doggy Yoga, or Doga centre in London has been enjoying a steady rise in membership over the last couple of years.
Today we are joined by chief Yogi Mahny Djahanguiri and her Dogi Robbie the Maltese Terrier who will lead a unique class in which we will see five owners working with their dogs to stretch and tone using techniques designed with dogs and their owners in mind.
Dr Dawn takes viewers' calls on coping with the menopause and hormone problems in general, whether they're struggling with mood swings or rages, how sweats or period problems.