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Emmerdale this week, as Chas Dingle and Al Chapman's steamy affair continues.The village residents shared a passionate kiss outside the hop, and have given into temptation as they embark on a forbidden romance.But what will this mean for them in the future? Viewers will have to wait and see.READ NEXT: Corrie bombshells who won Rear Of The Year - Michelle Keegan, Kym Marsh and Tracy ShawIt is not just on screen that Chas Dingle has turned up the heat however, as actress Lucy Pargeter has also dazzled fans in a series of sizzling snaps throughout the years.Whether it was her girl band past, on our TV screens or posing on the red carpet for the British Soap Awards, Lucy has showed off a number of stunning looks.Here, Daily Star takes a look at Lucy Pargeter's hottest snaps.Lucy Pargeter is one of many soap stars to have dazzled fans on the red carpet at the British Soap Awards in recent years. The Chas Dingle star looked radiant in 2019 as she posed in a floor length black lace dress, which gave fans a cheeky flash of her bra and showed off her toned pins through the thigh high split.Paired with an up-do hairstyle, Lucy's glamorous look was finished with matching black heels on the night.Lucy Pargeter turned up the heat for a lingerie photoshoot, where she posed in tiny lace lingerie for a series of sultry photos.
Tim Allen disses Chris Evans’ ‘Lightyear’ movie: ‘There’s no Buzz’
“Lightyear.”The 69-year-old portrayed the animated toy astronaut Buzz Lightyear in the Disney franchise from 1995 until 2019. But Chris Evans is voicing the character in 2022’s “Lightyear” — and Allen recently discussed why he was not involved in the new project.“This is a whole new team that really had nothing to do with the first movies,” Allen told “Extra” on Wednesday.“The short answer is I’ve stayed out of this ’cause it has nothing to do [with his character],” the “Home Improvement” alum added.Allen recalled thinking that the flick would be “live action” with “real humans” and “not an animated thing.”However, Allen noted: “There’s really no ‘Toy Story’ Buzz without Woody.” Woody is Buzz’s best pal and was played by Tom Hanks in the “Toy Story” films.Allen stated that even though the new movie has “a wonderful story, it just doesn’t seem to have any connection to the toy.”“I wish there was a better connection,” the “Santa Clause” star declared.“Lightyear” is posed as a spinoff-prequel to “Toy Story,” showing Buzz in his early days when he put on the iconic purple and green spacesuit.Buzz about the lack of Allen’s participation in the movie has caused a stir, with his friend Patricia Heaton recently calling out Disney for replacing Allen with Evans, 41.The “Everybody Loves Raymond” star wrote on Twitter earlier this month: “Saw the trailer for Buzz Lightyear and all I can say is Disney/Pixar made a HUGE mistake in not casting my pal Tim Allen in the role that he originated, the role that he owns.
Queen's 'stunning' response when child asked her if she believed in Santa
Queen once gave a very diplomatic answer when she was asked whether she believed in Father Christmas.Resurfaced footage from a 1989 reception for The Commonwealth at the Royal Albert Hall shows Her Majesty chatting with children from all over the world in a special session.The kids can be seen wearing national dress from each of their home countries, and take it in turns to ask the Queen, then 63, about life as Britain's ruling monarch.READ MORE: Meghan Markle's bullying report would be 'bloodbath' for all, says expertSingling out the tough Santa question as one of his favourite royal moments, royal biographer Andrew Morton told Pod Save the Queen: "I just love her dry sense of humour and she was once asked by a little boy 'Do you believe in Father Christmas?' "The Queen, ever the consummate diplomat, said 'I'd like to think that I believe in Father Christmas', and to me, that is a clever answer from someone who does crossword puzzles!" Other intriguing questions were put to the monarch in the 1980s clip included "Do you like being the Queen?" to which she replied: "It's a very busy life."She is then interrupted by another child who asks: "How big is your palace?", and she responds: "My palace is quite large, it has very long corridors to walk down it, especially if one is late!"When asked if her crown is "very heavy", Her Majesty says: "It's quite heavy, yes, you don't really want to walk around in it!"While she entertained her young guests with some good answers about Buckingham Palace on this occasion, it is said the monarch has few fond feelings for her official residence.Former royal chef to the Queen, Darren McGrady, 60, spoke out on the Queen's alleged dislike for the London-based property and said that the
‘Holiday Twist’ Adds Sean Astin, Neal McDonough to Cast (EXCLUSIVE)
Sasha Urban editor“Holiday Twist,” an upcoming feature from ETM Pictures, announced on Thursday that a group of cast members added to the film, with production up and running in Los Angeles.Sean Astin (“Lord of the Rings”), Neal McDonough (“Yellowstone”), Haley Reinhart (“F is for Family”), Emily Tosta (“Mayans M.C.”) and Brian Thomas Smith (“Big Bang Theory”) will join the film, which is led by Kelly Stables (“Superstore”), and features James Maslow and Hugh Sheridan.Per ETM: “The story centers on Stables’ character, a Grinchy workaholic CEO whose whole world comes crashing down, before, with help from a Supermarket Santa and a little holiday magic, she realizes the key to letting go of her painful past is to become the twinkling light that both her town and her family needs.” Astin was most recently seen in the historical drama “Changing the Hearts of Men,” alongside Kelsey Grammar. McDonough played a recurring role on the second season of “Yellowstone,” the hit western series on Paramount Network, and also appeared on “Justified.” Reinhart is best known for placing third on Season 10 of “American Idol,” while Tosta has appeared on all four seasons of “Mayans M.C.” and Smith has been recently seen in a recurring role on “United States of Al.”The film is written by Stephanie Garvin (“The Trial of the Chicago 7”) of ETM Pictures, who also directs the film.