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Holly Willoughby suffers setback as show 'axed' after 'not landing with viewers'
Holly Willoughby's BBC quiz show 'Take Off' has been axed after one series.The show, which was co-hosted by The Chase's Bradley Walsh, saw members of the audience compete each week to win luxury holidays abroad last summer.However, despite the incredible prizes and well-known presenters, the show failed to impress viewers as many were unable to go travelling at the time it aired due to coronavirus restrictions.According to The Express, the show had been filmed before the pandemic but only aired on our screens in the summer of 2021.Take Off was produced by Hungry Bear Media, which is owned by Holly Willoughby's husband Dan Baldwin.The show, which consisted of four episodes, has now reportedly been shelved as it appeared to be 'too difficult' to get the winners of the show on holiday.A source told The Sun that travel was much easier when the show was filmed prior to the pandemic.They said: "Now, it’s more difficult with so many restrictions. It didn’t land with viewers who were grounded."According to the publication, the BBC did not comment on the claims.Despite the show being axed, the source said Holly and Bradley had great on-screen chemistry and loved working together.Last year, Bradley admitted that he didn't know the rules of Take Off and that he leaves that to his co-host, Holly.He said: "I leave that to Holly - she is the nuts and bolts of it all.
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'Broke' teen who quit McDonald's now earns £28,000 a month from eBay business
A teenager has ditched her job at McDonalds to enjoy a life of designer clothes, travel and luxury thanks to starting her own business on eBay.Olivia Percoco, from Melbourne in Australia, decided to launch a new business in 2020 before Covid hit.The e-commerce eBay store “took off” mid 2021 and is now thriving.The 18-year-old has invested her time into a “dropshipping" business which is a popular money-making scheme, which involves shipping products from the manufacturer directly to the customer for the retailer.After speaking to Daily Mail Australia, she claimed to have turned over more than $500,000 (£282,009) in just two years.Percoco also claims to have made $50,000 (£28,200) in just one month.Spending her time on social media, Percoco tracks what is trending and what is most in demand and then uses her research to make a profit.She claims to be completely self taught, having spend her free time in the first Covid lockdown Youtubing videos on drop shipping which taught her “everything she knows”.Olivia used to work at McDonalds before launching her online store and says she was “completely broke”.“I hated working, it wasn’t fun, so I googled ways to make money online and came across drop shipping” she said.After hours of research and seeing how much money other people were making online, she decided to give it a try on a store of her own.Initially, Olivia took to the popular shopping platform, Shopify.
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Kylie Jenner hints at son's new name while attending Kourtney's third wedding
Kylie Jenner looked stunning while cuddled up to adorable Stormi while attending Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's lavish Italian wedding.Yesterday (May 21) Kylie took to Instagram to share a slew of sweet snaps with her daughter, Stormi Webster.Kylie, 24, and Stormi, four, looked adorable as they enjoyed each other's company in the lavish coastal town of Portofino in Italy – ahead of Kourtney's third wedding to Travis today (May 22).Donning a floral dress, Kylie showed off her incredible curves while Stormi donned a sweet Dolce and Gabbana white smock dress.Not only this but Kylie ended up sparking speculation among her followers when she captioned the snaps: "Just me, storm, and coconut travelling the world together."Fans were quick to assume that Coconut might be hinting at her baby son's name, which comes after she named him Wolf and then decided against it."Who’s coconut," one fan asked.Another echoed: "HIS NAME IS COCONUT?"A third then penned: "Your son's name is coconut? Nice."While a fourth speculated: "Wait wait !!! You called your son coconut?"Even sister Khloe got in on the action when she penned: "I love you three," before adding: "Coconut is too cute."But other fans reckoned that Coconut was the name of the little Barbie doll Stormi was holding in the photos."The Barbie’s name is coconut, that’s so cute," said one.The sweet snap comes as today (May 22) the world will see Kylie's older sister Kourtney and her husband Travis tie the knot for the third time.The couple got hitched in Las Vegas after the Grammy Awards back in April before making things official in a Santa Barbra courthouse last weekend.And now Kourtney and her Blink-182 hubby will get hitched in a lavish ceremony in Portofino, Italy.For
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'Crazy' Brit bloke travels 5,000 miles for Tinder date with 'bonny lass' in the US
Tinder date with a "bonny lass" who lived in the US. Paddy Campbell, 32, joined Tinder for the first time earlier this year after breaking up with his partner and was chuffed to match with Bridget Kelly, with whom he felt he had plenty in common with.He mistakenly believed that Bridget lived in Edinburgh, before quickly realising that she was from a town called New Glarus, located across the pond, namely in the US Midwest, in the state of Wisconsin.Despite the 4,700 miles separating the potential lovebirds, Bridget asked Paddy to join her at a wedding stateside, the Daily Mirror reports.The eager Scotsman readily accepted the invite and jetted across the Atlantic Ocean to meet his match.Taking to TikTok, before setting off, Paddy explained that he would fly from Glasgow to Dublin on May 16, wait 14 hours there before hopping on a flight to Chicago and then onwards to Bridget's hometown.The 32-year-old said: "I'm going to America, which is really f***ing scary because I've never been there before."Although Paddy's own mum was American, born in the state of Ohio, he admitted to feeling a bit "nervous because I don't know how these yanks are going to act, especially when they find out I work in the whisky sector."Many of Paddy's followers wished him all the very best of luck, expressing an eagerness to find out how the love story would unfold.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.One person wrote: "Good luck Paddy have the best time.
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