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Piers Morgan silenced by Queen in cheeky quip as she complained about lavish events

Piers Morgan has opened up about his numerous famous encounters over the years, particularly when it comes to the Royal Family. As the UK broadcaster celebrates an incredibly successful stint on journalism, he joined Brett Lee on his self-titled podcast on Tuesday as he discussed his lengthy career.
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Dolly Parton ‘hangs out in her birthday suit’ as she celebrates occasion in style
Dolly Parton is never one to do anything by halves, with the singing sensation celebrating her birthday in her signature glamorous style.On Wednesday, the Jolene singer celebrated her 76th birthday.As they do every year, her masses of fans rushed to wish her a happy birthday.Being her cheeky self, Dolly made a quip about celebrating in her ‘birthday suit’, although she was referring to a chic, hot pink suit, rather than suggesting she was in the nude… we think.In a post shared on social media, the musician uploaded a photo of herself in a seated pose, her beautifully manicured fingers resting on knee and her waist as she beamed at the camera.‘Just hangin’ out in my birthday suit!,’ she wrote in the caption, which we’re sure everyone read in her unmistakeable voice.Underneath the post, Dolly thanked everyone who sent her kind messages, writing: ‘Thank you everyone for all the birthday wishes ❤️.’One person commented on Instagram: ‘Happy birthday dear, thank you for being an inspiration to us all, you are an icon!!!’Another fan wrote: ‘Happy birthday, you wonderful human!!!’ while someone else said: ‘Happy Birthday you wonderful humanitarian, amazing artist and overall beautiful person.’With over 200,000 likes on Instagram and 130,000 likes on Twitter at the time of writing, we’re sure Dolly’s feeling the birthday love.Just last month, the multi-Grammy Award winner smashed several Guinness World Records overnight, setting two new record titles for the most decades on the US Hot Country Songs chart (female) with seven, as well as most No.1 hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart by a female artist at 25.She also broke her existing record for the most hits on the US Hot Country Songs chart by a female artist with 109
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Antonio Conte runs on pitch after Tottenham win in "most dramatic ending in years"
Tottenham’s stoppage-time comeback to beat Leicester City 3-2 sparked wild celebrations at the King Power Stadium after claiming one of the most dramatic endings to a Premier League match thanks to Steven Bergwijn’s late double.Spurs had been dominant for large periods of the game but fell behind when Patson Daka squeezed home his effort past Hugo Lloris at the near post.The visitors finally took one of their chances in front of goal as Harry Kane beat Kasper Schmeichel with a strike that went over the line via the post.Some more poor defending from the north London side resulted in Harvey Barnes setting up James Maddison to make it 2-1, with his shot taking a deflection off Japhet Tanganga.Conte threw on Bergwijn in search of an equaliser and the Dutchman came up trumps in the fourth minute of stoppage time, firing past Schmeichel from close range.There was still time for an incredible winner, however, as Bergwijn broke clear on goal, rounded the Danish stopper and rolled his effort in off the post to spark amazing celebrations on the Spurs bench.It was described on Twitter as “one of the most dramatic endings” to a Tottenham match in the Premier League in recent memory — and the statistics prove it too.According to Opta, up until Wednesday evening, Manchester City’s famous 3-2 win QPR in May 2012 was the latest time a team had bounced back from a losing position to win when Edin Dzeko scored after 91 minutes and 14 seconds.Have Your Say: Can Tottenham finish in the top four this season? Comment below.But Spurs went one better, having been in a losing position at late as 94 minutes and 52 seconds on the clock, setting a new Premier League record.Conte had been animated on the touchline for the entirety of the match as