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Inside Alan Carr’s massive mansion with huge artwork of HIMSELF as his Epic Gameshow returns

ALAN Carr returned with a celebrity special of his Epic Gameshow on Saturday night. But what's also epic is the 44-year-old's massive mansion - which even features a huge print of himself! Fans were first shown the impressive artwork when Alan appeared on TV to raise money for Neuroblastoma UK which supports children diagnosed with the rare and aggressive cancer. But many eagle-eyed viewers were left stunned to see the replica of the Chatty Man host peeping out from behind him as he spoke to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

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Holly Willoughby stuns as she soaks up the sun in black swimsuit on romantic date
Holly Willoughby stunned as she enjoyed a romantic date in the sun with her husband.The TV presenter posed with her husband Dan Baldwin for some snaps as they enjoyed an afternoon of pizza and cocktails.Holly and Dan enjoyed homemade pizza from a specialist chef and sipped on Aperol Spritz in their lavish garden.The couple made the most of the hot weather as they enjoyed their Sunday afternoon.Holly, 41, sported a black swimsuit for the snaps and statement sunglasses.She also looked absolutely sensational in a recent snap shared on the page of her lifestyle brand, Wylde Moon.The TV star put on a beautiful display as she donned a white bikini and showed off her sunkissed complexion.She captioned the post: "Swimwear season is upon us, and although this can be an extremely daunting time for many (us included), fear not, our resident WYLDE Style guru @danniiwhiteman is here to guide you through swimwear to suit all shapes, sizes, and budgets!"To read more about Danielle's recommendations for swimwear this summer head to the link in our bio, and head to the WYLDE Style page."This comes after This Morning hosts Holly and her co-star Phillip Schofield suffered a mighty technical blunder on Thursday.The hitch left them begging their crew for help on June 16 as the presenting pair panicked.Holly and Phil were left looking concerned as their TV production crew hadn't phoned anyone from the public during the show's call-in feature - called Spin to Win.The show then fell into chaos as nobody from the production team seemed to be calling anybody after the initial dialling sound played, silence then fell on the studio when no ringing could be heard.A puzzled Phil asked: "What's happening?"Before Holly interjected: "Is the phone even
This Morning in chaos as Holly and Phil beg ITV crew to fix epic phone blunder
This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield suffered a mighty technical blunder which left them begging their crew for help.The famous ITV presenting duo panicked after realising nobody from their TV production crew seemed to be phoning members of the public during the call-in feature - called Spin to Win.They had just admitted the segment needed some work when they kicked it off on Thursday's edition of This Morning (June 16) - telling viewers they weren't sure what to do on screen when waiting for their callers.Holly and Phil joked they could just dance around on set as they waited to hear from their viewers - and revealed they'd had some "dirty" suggestions sent in which they wouldn't dare touch.But when they tried to get the segment moving, the show fell into chaos as nobody from the production team seemed to be calling anybody - the key part of Spin To Win.The initial dialing sound played, but silence fell on the studio when no ringing could be heard.The camera panned to smiling members of the ITV production team, as well as presenter Vanessa Feltz and This Morning's resident fashionista Gok Wan.A puzzled Phil asked: "What's happening?" before Holly asked: "Is the phone even ringing?" and Phil cried out: "Have we rung anyone? Have we?"He then started panicking and shouted: "Have we found anyone? Have we phoned anyone?"Holly cried: "The phone's not even ringing! It didn't even ring!" - and then the pair burst out laughing.Phil let out an exasperated sigh as Holly told their team: "Guys, we've got to tie all the bits together.
Corrie's Asha and Aadi stars wow as they pose with real life partners at awards bash
Coronation Street stars Tanisha Gorey and Adam Hussain looked all the rage as they posed with their other halves at the British Soap Awards.The actors play twins Asha and Aadi Alahan in the ITV soap, but they looked rather different as they attended the glitzy soap awards bash on Saturday night (June 11).The pair were nominated for the best family gong - alongside their on-screen dad Jimmi Harkishin, who plays Dev Alahan on the TV cobbles.The award ended up going to rival soap Emmerdale - to the Dales' Dingle clan that included a brilliant acceptance speech from the soap's Sam star James Hooton.But the young soap stars did have something to celebrate as they proudly watched their co-star and friend Millie Gibson take to the stage to pick up the award for best young performer.Their former Corrie co-star Maximus Evens took home the gong for villain of the year for his portrayal of Corey Brent.After the awards, Millie also shared the adorable moment her fellow Corrie stars looked on with pride as she hit the stage to collect her British Soap Award. Maximus, Tanisha and Adam had smiles on their faces as they looked towards the stage with the moment being caught on TV."Think I've found my favourite pic that my cousin took whilst watching..." Millie wrote on her Instagram Story.
This Morning's Holly Willoughby disgusted as she and Phil open Blue Peter time capsule
This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby was left less than impressed with the contents of a Blue Peter time capsule from more than 40 years ago.Holly and co-host Phillip Schofield opened the box, which was buried on the BBC show in 1981, earlier this week.The pair had been excitedly chatting about what was in the capsule as they spoke with Blue Peter legend Sarah Greene.However, they were left sorely disappointed, with Holly saying: "Did one of the Blue Peter dogs put something inside?"The trio had expected to find clips and a script from the old show, but instead were met with a brown, sludgy mess.The box was opened by a specialist as Holly said: "Go for it, let's see what happens. I feel like metal's going to fly off and a spider's going to come out of there."The presenters then started laughing after realising what was in the time capsule.Sarah tried to cover the contents and said: "I don't think you need to see."Holly held her hand over her nose and mouth because of the smell, whilst Phil went in for a closer look.Later on in the show, it was revealed what had happened to the box.The metal lining had corroded and attacked the contents, however they did manage to rescue some crisp wrappers and sweet wrappers from the day it was buried.There was also a disc of a recording of the original Blue Peter theme tune, but it is unlikely to be playable.Fans were also disappointed to see inside the box.One person Tweeted: "Howling at the Blue Peter Time Capsule reveal on This Morning."Another said: "Why just throw it all in? Surely you’d vacuum seal the items to stop the air destroying it all?"One viewer wrote: "I think Sarah Greene genuinely thought somebody had taken a dump in the box.
Phillip Bryan Schofield (born 1 April 1962) is an English television presenter who works for ITV. He is currently the co-presenter of This Morning (2002–present) and Dancing on Ice (2006–2014, 2018–present) alongside Holly Willoughby. His other work for ITV includes All Star Mr & Mrs (2008–2016), The Cube (2009–2015), and 5 Gold Rings (2017–present). Schofield gained national attention working for the BBC, first as a continuity presenter for Children's BBC on weekdays from 1985 to 1987, then as a presenter on the children's Saturday morning magazine show Going Live! between September 1987 and April 1993.