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EastEnders real life couple splits - Stephen Mulhern romance to heartbreaking loss
EastEnders has introduced fans to some of soap's most iconic couples - but did you know that there have been real life romances away from Albert Square too?Throughout the decades, love has blossomed between huge soap stars including Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha and heartthrob Marc Bannerman, along with Phil Mitchell actor Steve McFadden and former EastEnders star Lucy Benjamin.However, while some relationships have gone the distance, others have sadly reached their end after just a few years.Here, Daily Star takes a look at the real life EastEnders couples who are no longer together.Former Strictly Come Dancing winner and actress Kara Tointon joined EastEnders in 2006, as the half sister of Joe Swash's character Mickey Miller - until the character was written out three years later.During her time on the series however, Kara had relationships with two of her EastEnders co-stars, dating Martin Fowler actor James Alexandrou from 2006 for 18 months.Soon after, she began dating Joe Swash and the couple were together for over two years – even starring in a Snow White pantomime at the Bristol Hippodrome together.However their relationship came to an end in 2010, leaving Kara devastated, with Joe telling The Sun: "She genuinely does everything right. It was my fault it broke down.
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Cheeky Floyd Mayweather pinched stunning ring girl's card and danced with her mid-fight
Floyd Mayweather laughed his way through his latest exhibition bout against former sparring partner Don Moore - and at one point stole the job of the ring girl by taking her round card.The undefeated former professional boxer has taken part in three exhibition bouts since calling time on his career at 50-0, beating Tenshin Nasukawa before battling to a draw against Logan Paul before his non-scored bout in Abu Dhabi this weekend.And although he didn't manage to stop Moore and claim a victory, he rather enjoyed himself in the ring and has promised to get back into action later this year in the same location.One moment that has amused fight fans is when Mayweather took the round seven card from the ring girl and began parading it around and chatting to her before the fight resumed.He also had a little dance and spoke to Moore before finally handing back the card, showing just how confident he was in the ring despite recently celebrating his 45th birthday.The exhibition bout went ahead on Saturday evening (May 22) having initially been postponed due to the death of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed.Who should Floyd Mayweather fight next? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionAt one point the commentary team said: "This is one of the things that Floyd does best by the way, it's psychological warfare."With Mayweather replying as the sixth round came to a close: "I do do that."His response was met with huge laughter from the booth, showing how much the fighter enjoyed his return to the ring against his former sparring partner.He said after the bout: "I would like to thank everybody in the UAE, the media, and everybody who covered this fight.
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Joe Sugg shares predictions for this year's Strictly Come Dancing 20th anniversary series
Strictly Come Dancing finalist Joe Sugg has shared some of his predictions on the upcoming series of the BBC competition. The 30-year-old YouTube sensation, who is the brother of fellow YouTuber Zoe Sugg AKA Zoella, thinks that the show could head back to Blackpool this year.Joe shot to national fame and became a household name back in 2018 when he reached the final of the show with now-partner Dianne Buswell, who is a professional ballroom dancer.Speaking to The Express, Joe opened up about all things Strictly, while touching upon his partner Dianne returning to the show for 2022.He revealed that Dianne is very excited about the upcoming season of the show, which will return this autumn because it's the 20th anniversary.He then added: "I think it could be the first year back."Clearing things up quickly, he urged that he didn't know for sure.Adding: "But I would like to think because of the current situation the world’s in that it is going to be a year where things to feel a bit more back to normal as well."Explaining how he thinks it’s perfect timing for the 20th series, Joe added that he is hoping Blackpool will return.He added: "I am hoping we are going to see an audience in the ballroom again and I know it is going to be great to see."I am super excited to watch it again and get behind them all." This comes after has cosied up to his professional dancer girlfriend while sharing a sizzling snog.
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Donny Osmond says wife ordered him to 'sleep on couch' after Dancing With The Stars stint
American singer and entertainer Donny Osmond, 64, has opened up about his time on Dancing with the Stars a candid new interview.The Osmonds vocalist explained that his unimpressed wife Debbie, 63, would sometimes ask him to “sleep on the couch” following his performances.Donny spoke about his wife’s reaction to his stint on the popular dancing show after admitting it was a tough gig. Thanks to the often sensual numbers the celebrities often have to act out with their attractive professional partners, it’s not difficult to understand why it might rub their partners up the wrong way.Interviewing him about his time on the show, broadcaster Kevin Pollack jokingly asked Donny: “When you came home, did your wife say, ‘Alright, we’re going out dancing’?Laughing, Donny swiftly replied: “No, she saw some of the dances and said, 'you’re sleeping on the couch'."Dancing with the Stars is a celeb-packed competition that broadcasts on ABC in the USA. It is also the American equivalent to the UK’s Strictly Come Dancing. “The hardest thing I ever did was Dancing with the Stars,” Donny admitted to Kevin. “But I got the trophy, so who cares!”The former teenage heartthrob won Season Nine of the show in 2009 alongside professional partner Kym Johnson, 45. “I wanted to win,” Donny continued, before adding: “Kym Johnson my partner: such a sweet lady, but don’t give her a whip!“In rehearsal hall…Oh my goodness.
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Peter Kay makes rare public appearance at Ivor Novello Awards amid rumours of new stand-up tour
Peter Kay has shied away from most public events for five years but has now delighted fans as he made an appearance at the Ivor Novello Awards.The comedian, 48, has been quiet since 2017, when he cancelled his planned 14-month standup show due to ‘unforeseen family circumstances’.Last year, Peter hosted a Dance For Life danceathon with all money raised going to Cancer Research, however he has not performed a proper stand-up tour for over a decade.Despite the break away, Peter proved getting on stage and chatting to crowds remains as natural to him as anything as he made a surprise presentation on Thursday night.Peter looked relaxed and happy as he walked on-stage to the Ivor Novello Awards in a smart suit and waistcoat to present an award.He was photographed standing at the microphone holding the name of the winner by comedian and historian Lucy Worsley.She uploaded the snap to Twitter, asking: ‘Is that REALLY Peter Kay?’, though she was more focused on finding singer-songwriter Michael Bublé, who sadly was not in attendance.Peter could be preparing to make a return to the spotlight, with the public being given hints from all sides that the funnyman is planning a new tour in the near future.Fellow comedian Jason Manford, who has been a close pal of Peter’s for over 25 years, teased the idea last month.He said Peter could be ready to return to stand-up and urged fans to ‘keep an eye out’ for tour news.Speaking to a Dublin radio station FM104, Jason said he hopes Peter will be ‘back to himself soon doing stand-up, on keep your eye out for his tour.’Peter is also, clearly, as funny as ever, with crowds at the Manchester Danceathon seen in stitches as Peter joked about dancing at weddings.Peter had been set to tour in 2018
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JLS' Aston Merrygold hits out over Strictly Come Dancing 'fix' claims
Strictly Come Dancing is "fixed" after a number of celebrities with previous dancing knowledge have gone on to succeed on the show.The JLS member, 34, took part in the beloved BBC One dance competition with professional partner Janette Manrara back in 2017 where the dancing duo managed to storm their way through to the seventh week of the show.The TV series has become famous for being embroiled in scandal after years of being on the silver screen, with the talent show now even thought to be haunted by the Strictly curse which often sees couples form and break on the show.But in recent years, fans of the show have started to theorise that the dance series is fixed after many celebrities with previous dancing experience have gone on to succeed on the show.It comes as Aston unveiled a new playground made from old recycled McDonald’s Happy Meal toys at the Ronald McDonald House in the heart of Manchester.Now, in an exclusive interview with Daily Star, they singer has lifted the lid on what it is like to work on the show and how in many cases dance experience can actually work against their favour.When asked if the show is easier for contestants with previous dance experience, he revealed how he struggled to succeed on the show retraining his body to dance in a different style.He said: “Not with that show, I think if they’re trained in Latin and ballroom, then of course.
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