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Glastonbury punters forced to pee in cups as celebs get plush high-spec VIP toilets

Glastonbury festival-goers have been forced to use filthy toilets and subjected to long queues while VIP area users are treated to luxury Portaloos. The Glastonbury Festival toilets used by the rich and famous are nothing like the ones you’ll find on the main site.

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Love Island narrator Iain Stirling lands huge new voicing job away from UK show
Love Island narrator Iain Stirling has reportedly landed himself a job voicing the US version of the hit ITV2 dating show.The Scottish ITV presenter has narrated the UK version of Love Island since it returned to screen in 2015 - where he's left fans laughing with his witty remarks and saucy jokes.Stirling, who is married to Irish Love Island host Laura Whitmore, is now set to voice the revamped American spin-off version of the hit dating show which airs on Peacock.Iain will step in to replace past host Matthew Hoffman, who narrated the US version for three seasons when it aired on CBS.Jenny Groom, NBCUniversal's vice president of unscripted content, said: "The moment the decision was made to bring an all-new version of Love Island to Peacock, we knew we had to get Iain on board."Iain embodies everything fans love about the show — humor, irreverence and cheeky fun. Love Island would not be the same without him."Comedian Iain has voiced the UK edition of Love Island for over five years since it came back in 2015.He has also appeared on Channel 4's Celebrity Gogglebox alongside his presenter wife, Laura.Stirling got into hot water with Newcastle United fans after branding the team "a pony club".Gemma Owen, who is an international dressage rider, is the daughter of former footballer Michael Owen, who famously played for Newcastle United.Levelling a dig at the team, Iain said: "Luca's grabbed Gemma for a catch up.
Love Island star says new format is to 'save ITV' from 'black girl being picked last'
Rachel Finni slammed Love Island bosses after the ITV dating show introduced a new coupling format, which involved the public choosing the villa couples instead of the islanders themselves.The former Love Island star, who appeared on last year's series, claimed ITV brought in the new coupling format as they "didn't want to take responsibility" for black girls being picked last during the show's coupling scenes.Earlier this week, Love Island returned for its eighth series, which meant a new cast of sexy singletons landed in the villa in a bid to find love in the sun.However, viewers and islanders alike were shocked when host Laura Whitmore revealed the islanders wouldn't get a say in who they paired up with during the first coupling.Instead, it was members of the public who had all the power and were able to vote for the singletons they wanted to see coupled up.Brunette beauty Rachel, 29, hit out at Love Island bosses for the coupling format during an exclusive Instagram Live chat with Daily Star.She said the show's new coupling format was a "tactical" decision by ITV designed to protect them as they wanted to avoid responsibility for a black girl being picked last.Rachel claimed: "The show has been going on for how many years now? The public getting involved wasn’t because they wanted us to be a part of the show it’s because they didn’t want to take responsibility for the black girl being picked last."So they said 'okay let’s make sure everyone is guaranteed to be picked, it won’t be done in order and if anyone has a problem with who they’re coupled up with, we as the show can’t take the blame because it would have been other people that done it'."She believed the public vote put the islanders in a "forced" and
'It's a curse' Zoe Ball's son Woody admits they 'only see each other when they're working'
The star, who is the son of Zoe and Norman Cook AKA Fatboy Slim, has appeared alongside his mum on Celebrity Gogglebox. She started by asking her son on the show this morning: “Woody, hello darling, how was your weekend?”“Good, stressful, long,” he said in response.Woody continued: “It’s bizarre that… I always say it but we only see each other when we’re working.” Zoe said: “We do, and when we do Gogglebox!”Her son then added: “It started as a joke but now it’s almost like a curse.” “It’s lovely to see you son,” the host concluded. Zoe and Norman got married at Babington House in Somerset in 1999.Although they split in January 2003, they got back together three months later.On September 24, 2016, they announced their separation after 18 years of marriage.Fatboy Slim is an English DJ who has won ten MTV video Music Awards and two BRIT awards.Woody is the oldest son of the pair, with his younger sister, Nelly May Lois Cook, born in 2010. The star made his TV debut on The Circle 2 on September 24, 2019.And fans were in hysterics at the time as Woody accidentally flirted with Richard Madeley after mistaking him for someone else over a video call.He played himself in the reality show, but didn't reveal who his famous parents were until weeks into the series.Woody appeared alongside mum Zoe Ball on Celebrity Gogglebox in 2020.The rising star appeared on the Channel 4 show which ran for seven episodes, with an all-star line-up including Nick Grimshaw, Stacey Solomon, Joe Swash, Harry Redknapp and Laura Whitmore. Zoe was the first female host of both the Radio 1 and 2 Breakfast shows.She also presented Live and Kicking alongside Jamie Theakston from 1996-1999. Zoe was a contestant in the third series of Strictly Come Dancing in
Laura Whitmore (born 4 May 1985) is an Irish presenter and actress, known for presenting I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! NOW! and Survival of the Fittest. In January 2020, Whitmore is set to present Love Island and its spinoff series, Love Island: Aftersun.