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70 litter picks taking place in Manchester to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years of service

Litter picks are taking place around Manchester to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 70 years of service. Keep Manchester Tidy, the partnership between Manchester City Council and Keep Britain Tidy, will take to the streets with local groups by hosting 70 litter picks in a project called The Platinum Picks.
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Holly Willoughby unbuttons shirt for glamorous display on ITV's The Games
Holly Willoughby glammed up ITV's The Games this week when she wore a plunging white shirt and stylish red trousers for the cameras.The stunning TV star, 41, has been hosting the new ITV sports show with ex-cricketer Freddie Flintoff every night this week.The gruelling show pits twelve sporty celebs against eachother in various events, from hurdle sprints to swimming and cycling events.However, it was This Morning star Holly who stole the show on Thursday night (May 12) with her gorgeous outfit which revealed her killer figure.Holly put on a plunging display in a buttoned-down white shirt which showed off her enviable physique.She complimented the breezy garment with high-waisted red trousers featuring flared legs and a chunky belt to match.The radiant ITV queen opted for a coating of dark red lipstick that oozed allure.She styled her lush blonde locks back but decided to let some of the trademark tresses fall freely over her face on either side.She took to Instagram to give fans a sneak peak at her outfit on Thursday evening, where she credited the minds behind her winning outfit.Holly wrote: "Join me and @aflintoff11 and @yungfilly tonight at 9pm on ITV1 for @thegamestv #hwstyle shirt @gauge81_ trousers @emiliawickstead heels @giuseppezanotti."Fans flocked to the comments to fawn over Holly's effortless beauty.One wrote: "This outfit is gorgeous".A second agreed: "Love this outfit it is gorgeous just like you are hollywilloughby I hope you are OK and you are an amazing presenter xxx"A third swooned: "Holly you look absolutely stunning beautiful".A fourth commented: "I’m sorry but you are looking sooooo hot tonight".A fifth added: "This look is simply stunning".Holly gave co-host Freddie a telling off earlier this week
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Holly Willoughby blamed for ITV flop show The Game's low ratings
Holly Willoughby helped cause her flop show The Games to lose even more viewers.The presenter is currently fronting the nightly celebrity sports show on ITV which launched on Monday with just 2million viewers.However on Tuesday (May 10) it lost a further 500,000 fans.One of the reasons for the dip was because The Games clashed in the schedules at 9pm with Holly’s rival BBC One show Freeze The Fear.The programme – featuring the stars such as Alfie Boe and Dianne Buswell in icy challenges in the Alps – drew 1.8 million viewers.The Games – which has the likes of Christine McGuinness and Ryan Thomas competing in sports events – trailed behind on 1.5million.It means the ITV show has lost 500,000 viewers in just 24 hours.Fans have not taken to The Games which was revived by the station this year after being axed by Channel 4 back in 2006.Holly and co-presenter Freddie Flintoff have been presiding over the programme which features live action and chat along with pre-recorded footage.Viewers have blasted the show with comments such as “If this was on the BBC I’d demand my money back”, “This reboot is a bit naff” and “This rubbish is on prime time every night this week”.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Others moaned about the fact that Holly never seems to be off the box.Comments included “I am sick of seeing her on everything”, “Turned off when I saw she was on it” and “Is no one else available to host this?”ITV says of The Games: “The competition builds across this week, before the winner is crowned in Friday’s final show.”
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Holly Willoughby flaunts legs in navy blue suit before jumping in pool fully clothed
Holly Willoughby was dressed to impress for her second day of hosting ITV’s The Games on Tuesday night (May 10).The This Morning presenter looked effortlessly stylish on Tuesday (May 10) night as she hosted alongside sporting legend Freddie Flintoff.The mum-of-three looked incredible for her presenting stint as she donned a navy short suit with white lining surrounding her lapel.Taking centre stage, Holly was snapped beside a gigantic pool while posing for the camera with her legs crossed and her hand resting on her waist.Her caption read: “Slightly different backdrop…live poolside at 9pm @thegamestv #hwstyle suit @karen_millen heels @aquazzura."She looked magical in a pair of navy Karen Millen shorts that showed off her tanned and toned legs.Holly accessorised the outfit with a pair of nude heels that accentuated her model figure.The TV star couldn’t help but have some fun during her hosting stint as in another Instagram post she'd leapt into the pool with her co-host.The blonde beauty posted a hilarious boomerang of her and co-star Freddie, 44, launching themselves into the pool while fully clothed.For more of the latest showbiz news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Her loyal legion of followers flocked to the comment section to compliment the daredevil presenter for her incredible hosting skills.One viewer penned: “This is you at your best you seem so more relaxed hosting this programme than anything else. Loving you on this.”Another added: “You and Freddie looked like you were having so much fun and i love that you’re both matching.”A third wrote: “Really enjoying the games.
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ITV viewers switch off new show The Games after just five minutes into broadcast
ITV has been gearing up to release their new sports challenge programme, which was aired for the first time on 9 May, but the show received complaints from some of its viewers.Presented by ITV icon Holly Willoughby and former cricketer Freddie Flintoff, the show sees celebrities compete against each other at a series of sporting tasks in an attempt to win points.Inspired by the Olympic games, the show is a reboot of a Channel 4 show with the same premise.It was set up to be ITV’s next prime time money maker, but some fans thought otherwise.The programme’s competitors include Strictly professional Kevin Clifton, Paddy McGuinness’ wife Christine, Love Island and TOWIE star Olivia Atwood and Spice Girl Mel B’s daughter Phoenix, among others.The show’s first event saw singer-songwriter Chelcee Grimes win at the women’s 100m race event.Chelcee, who has written songs for the likes of Kylie Minogue, Dua Lipa and The Saturdays, won by a close call with Phoenix, who was neck and neck.Grimes admitted that she knew Phoenix would be one to keep an eye on when she gave her winning speech, but some fans seemed distracted.Audiences took to Twitter to share their frustrations in the The Games hashtag and it appeared their thoughts were unanimous.One follower sarcastically tweeted: “Put The Games on, haven’t a clue who anybody is, turns off. That should be a challenge - see how fast you can change the channel over.”Another wrote: “Watching The Games and wondering: ‘What is the point in all this?’ Don’t recognise half these ‘celebrities’.”A disgruntled viewer called out the channel for making “celebrities do P.E.
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Holly Willoughby shut down by sports legend co-star minutes into ITV's The Games
Holly Willoughby was shut down by athletics legend Denise Lewis - just minutes into the first episode of ITV's The Games.Holly and Freddie Flintoff are the hosts of The Games, which is ITV's new reality show that pits twelve super-fit celebs against each-other in various sports challenges across a week of live programmes.The gruelling challenge show kicked off on Monday night, but it didn't get off to the best of starts for poor Holly as she faced disagreement from her own presenting team.Holly thought it was "unfair" that hurdles aren't made smaller for shorter athletes competing in hurdle races, so she asked why athletics authorities don't change their format.Unfortunately for Holly, former athletics champion Denise Lewis didn't agree with her co-star.Denise is a former track and field athlete who specialised in the heptathlon, which involves the 100m hurdles, so she knows a thing or two about hopping over the hurdles.The iconic athlete bagged gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, won two World Championships and became the 1998 European Champion.Holly herself admitted she was far from a sporting expert, but it didn't stop her airing her views to Freddie, Denise and the rest of the team.She said: "It's fair to say I'm not a sporting expert in any way, shape or form, but I was watching them do the hurdles earlier and it's slightly unfair. If you are taller, right?"Holly then spoke to a smiling Denise as she said: "Bare with me on this, Denise...."She went on: "Is it fair.
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