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Actor Jason Alexander thought he would never see anyone dance as badly as Seinfeld character Elaine Benes — until he spotted a video of President Donald Trump busting some moves at a rally in Florida. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who played Elaine in the popular sitcom, worked “hard to be that awful,” Alexander tweeted on Sunday: The President is […]

Reese Witherspoon has revealed the cast of Legally Blonde is getting back together to celebrate the film’s upcoming 20th anniversary.  The actor, who played Elle Woods in the hit comedy movie, teased a virtual reunion for her co-stars Jennifer Coolidge, Luke Wilson, Ali Larter, Holland Taylor, Selma Blair, Jessica Cauffiel and Alanna Ubach.  Posting on Instagram, Reese […]

Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has said he would not “break the law” if Boris Johnson put the region into tier 3 coronavirus measures, but accused the government of trying to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic “on the cheap”.   Johnson is preparing to impose stringent new coronavirus controls on 2.8 million people in the region […]

A “depraved” man who had sex with his pet chickens while his wife filmed him has been jailed for three years. Rehan Baig, 37, was sentenced at Bradford Crown Court after pleading guilty to offences including having intercourse with chickens, possessing images of himself and his wife engaging in sex acts with a dog and […]

A Labour MP slammed Talk Radio host Dan Wootton as a “dangerous conspiracy theorist” during a row over the Welsh ‘firebreaker’ lockdown. Chris Bryant, MP for Rhondda, appeared on Wootton’s show on Monday evening, during which Wootton claimed that “science had forever used herd immunity to deal with coronaviruses”, confirming that he subscribed to the so-called […]

Try as he might, David Letterman couldn’t get Kim Kardashian to say a single negative thing about President Donald Trump. The reality TV star has fielded plenty of praise and criticism for working with Trump in recent years, as one of the most effective advocates for criminal justice reform during his administration, but has largely […]

Boris Johnson branded the idea of national lockdown “extreme” when he updated the public on coronavirus from the now-famous Downing Street lectern.  That included any suggestion of a two-week “circuit breaker” shutdown over half term, despite infection numbers in England “flashing at us like dashboard warnings in a passenger jet”.  But since he slid out […]

“The virus has genetically moved a bit, but it has not changed in terms of its propensity and its ability to cause disease and to cause death.” Those were the sombre words of the government’s chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance when he addressed the nation back in September to discuss the sharp rise in […]

Excitable Edgar breathed his fiery breath over a crowded John Lewis dinner party, while Aldi’s Kevin the Carrot sang his heart out to Robbie Williams…  the Christmas ads that delighted us in 2019 wouldn’t fare so well in 2020 – a year in which we’ve all had to learn a whole new code of social conduct.  The pandemic […]

Marcus Rashford’s plan to extend free school meals over holiday periods will be put to a Commons vote this week in a bid to force Tory MPs to pile pressure on Boris Johnson to agree the move. Labour triggered the parliamentary event by tabling an Opposition Day motion after No.10 again refused to commit to […]




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