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I’ve had a terrible year, it’s no excuse… I’ve been on the verge of a breakdown
Danniella Westbrook has revealed that she is back on the drug that famously ruined her career more than a decade ago.
The former EastEnders actress says that she has been taking cocaine for the last four months, after splitting from her cage-fighter boyfriend, Tom Richards. She joins us today to share her battles.
Leo comes to the rescue of three viewers who are all in need of some desperate hair SOS. He'll be turning their hair horrors into sleek and sophisticated styles and teaching us all how we can do more to make the most of our locks!
From new love interests to the latest celebrity baby names, Leslie and Sarah are here to treat us to this week's showbiz news from the UK and the US.
Oh, and we have a UK exclusive look at Helen Mirren's latest movie!
Kate Woolley's daughter Joanna, four, has volunteered to donate her hair to charity to help children who have lost their own hair due to treatment for cancer and other illnesses. Joanna will have her hair cut live on the show today by Leo.
We're also joined by Lynne Evans and her daughter Bethan, seven, who was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer two years ago. Shortly after she started chemotherapy, her hair started to fall out, but thanks to one very generous child, Bethan was given a real-hair wig to wear, which not only transformed her appearance, it changed her whole life for the better.
It's an amazing opportunity to have a role from an amazing, iconic film with such a great character
Gary Lucy is one of the most well-known faces on British TV, having starred in Hollyoaks, Footballer's Wives, The Bill and EastEnders. He's always had a reputation as a hunk and a bit of a ladies' man, so it's no shock he's decided to get his kit off for a living as he leads the cast in a new stage adaptation of The Full Monty!
The musical, based on the hit film starring Robert Carlyle, is his first time on stage, and Gary is here to talk about the challenges he's faced mastering a new discipline.