Jack Fincham quits reality TV to return to the ring

Love Island star Jack Fincham joined Adil Ray and Kate Garraway to shed light on his split from Dani Dyer and discussed why he’s taken up boxing after doctors branded him ‘obese’.

Speaking about calling it quits with Dani, he said: “I am always going to have a lot of love for her, we are on good terms and stuff. It’s just life, it didn’t work out. I wish her all the best. I genuinely mean that I hope she is happy, I want her to be happy.”

EastEnders stars leave Albert Square to run marathon for dementia

EastEnders star Jake Wood, and others from the soap, will be joining Dame Barbara’s husband Scott Mitchell to run the London Marathon for charity Dementia Revolution.

Dame Barbara was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2014. She previously spent over two decades playing the iconic Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders.

Jake is supporting the Dementia Revolution as part of Barbara’s Revolutionaries and can be sponsored here.

Dementia Revolution is a yearlong joint campaign by Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK.

To find out more visit dementiarevolution.org

Michael Jackson's nephew Taj speaks out over Leaving Neverland allegations

Michael Jackson's nephew Taj says he feels 'angry, hurt and betrayed' by one of the men at the centre of the allegations levelled at the late pop star in the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland.

In an exclusive interview with Good Morning Britain, Taj Jackson revealed he was upset by Wade Robson's participation in the programme, not least because Robson testified in defence of Michael during the singer's 2005 child molestation trial.

GMB goes to the Oscars 2019!

Good Morning Britain went LIVE from Hollywood in the Beverly Hills Hotel - an iconic place that's seen the biggest A-listers grace its halls - from Elizabeth Taylor to Frank Sinatra.

It was the crowning glory for Olivia Colman as she was named Best Actress for The Favourite, celebrating with an emotional and funny speech that broke all the rules.

Green Book won the biggest prize of the night as the surprise winner of best picture, a category largely expected to go to Roma.

Rami Malek was named best actor for his role as Freddie Mercury in the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.

And let’s not forget, the duet that set tongues wagging between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper!

It all added up to the most memorable Oscars ceremony in years.

Oscars 2019: Everything you need to know

The 91st Academy Awards was one of the most glamorous nights of the year for the international film industry, and brought together A-listers from around the globe to celebrate the best productions of 2018.

Check out the best and boldest of red carpet fashion.

Who hosted this year?

No one.

Kevin Hart was originally appointed to be the host of this year’s illustrious awards, but stepped down amid controversy over resurfaced allegedly homophobic tweets he made in 2009 and 2010.

He apologised for the tweets following public backlash.

It’s the second time in Academy Awards history the ceremony went on without a host.

The awards had a rolling roster of presenters throughout the evening; James McAvoy, Helen Mirren, Emilia Clarke, Samuel L. Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Keaton and Pharrell Williams were just some of the celebs asked to present this year.

BAFTAs 2019: What you need to know

The 72nd BAFTAs - the biggest evening of the British film industry - was on Sunday 10th February at the Royal Albert Hall.

Actress Joanna Lumley hosted this year - her second time since her successful debut at last year’s BAFTAs.

The Favourite won seven BAFTAs: Outstanding British Film, Leading Actress, Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay, Costume Design, Production Design, Make Up & Hair.

Roma won four BAFTAs: Best Film, Director, Film Not in the English Language and Cinematography.

Rami Malek won Leading Actor for Bohemian Rhapsody.

Mahershala Ali won Supporting Actor for Green Book.

Letitia Wright won the EE Rising Star Award,