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    Steve Carell joined an illustrious roster of stars in reading a story for youngsters on CBeebies' Bedtime Stories on July 1.  But in a resurfaced blooper shared on social media on Friday, fans were mused to see the funnyman, 59, struggling  to pronounce 'CBeebies'.  Steve read a story called The Eyebrows of Doom written by Steve Smallman, but it was his attempt to pronounce the show's name drew laughter after it was posted on Twitter. Hilarious: Steve Carell, 59, left fans in stitches as he struggled to pronounce 'CBeebies' in an hilarious Bedtime Stories blooper shared which resurfaced on social media on Friday In a short video, Steve can be seen saying: 'Imagine never having watched CBG. CCGeebies. CB... Well, I can imagine it.'  One Twitter user tweeted the nine second clip, and wrote: 'Cannot get over Steve Carell trying to pronounce CBeebies.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Zara McDermott displays her impressive physique in a Barbie... Victoria Silvstedt, 47, showcases her svelte figure in a... Irina Shayk exhibits her supermodel frame in a neon...
    STORM Huntley is a presenter on the Jeremy Vine Show. The Scottish TV host has enjoyed a fantastic career, in a short time. 2 Storm Huntley is a Scottish TV starCredit: Rex Features Who is Storm Huntley? Storm Huntley, 34, is a TV presenter from Bishopbriggs in Glasgow. In 2008 she graduated from the University of Glasgow with a degree in Politics and Economics. While at university she was involved in the student radio station Subcity as well as hospital radio. She then developed a local community radio company OnFM in London and undertook a post-grad diploma in broadcast journalism at the London College Of Printing. After doing a short Open University Course in meteorology she became a weather on STV Glasgow. She later landed the presenting role on CBeebies Down on the Farm with co-host and former pop star JB Gill. 2 Storm co-hosts on the Jeremy Vine ShowCredit: PA:Press Association When did Storm Huntley join the Jeremy Vine Show? Storm Huntley joined The Wright Stuff as a booth girl in May 2015. She landed the role after taking...
    PARENTS have been left gobsmacked after a CBeebies presenter appeared to say a VERY naughty x-rated word on a kids TV show. Shocking resurfaced video sees Show Me Show Me host Chris Jarvis teaching about kites when he appears to drop a C-bomb repeatedly. 1Show Me Show Me host Chris Jarvis appeared to swearCredit: BBC The TV host is riding around on his scooter as he sings about fluttering kites. But parents believe Jarvis actually repeatedly utters the word c**t, rather than kite. The clip this week resurfaced after first being shown on TV back in 2016 when parents across the UK were taken aback by the innocent programme’s choice of bad language. At the time, responding to the backlash to the video, the official CBeebies Facebook page wrote: “It’s kite everyone, kite! We make shows for your little ones so it’s always going to be kite.” Most read in TVWILD SIDE Kourtney shows off her NIPPLE RING in see-through black top & poses in a thong'EMBARRASSING' Khloe slammed for 'photoshopping' pic as fans say Kris is 'unrecognizable'SCARY TRIP Joy...
    KATE Middleton said "we all feel scared sometimes" in a sneak-peek clip of her CBeebies bedtime story reading. The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is the first member of the royals to take part in the CBeebies Bedtime Story - which has previously featured megastars such as Tom Hardy, Reece Witherspoon, Ryan Reynolds and Dolly Parton. 1Kate wears a comfy roll-neck sweater, jeans and sits cross-legged during the programmeCredit: PA The book follows the story of Plop, a baby barn owl, who is helped by others to grow in confidence and overcome his fears. In a clip from the end of her reading - which will be broadcast on Sunday - Kate says: "Wow, what an encouraging tale. "We can all feel scared sometimes, just like our little owl friend Plop. "But it's better to find out about the things that scare us before we make up our mind. "With the help of others we can face the things that worry us." Wearing a comfy roll-neck sweater, jeans and sitting cross-legged - the Duchess of Cambridge read a shortened version...
    AN artist is thrilled that a classic children’s book he illustrated 22 years ago is being read by the Duchess of Cambridge on TV. Paul Howard, 54, worked on The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark, which Kate, 40, chose to narrate for CBeebies. 2Kate chose to narrate The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark for CBeebies 2Paul said: 'The duchess loved the book as a child and reads it to her three children' The story was written in 1968 by Jill Tomlinson. Paul became involved 22 years ago when it was decided to do a ­picture book version. Paul, from Belfast, said: “I’m delighted it has been personally chosen by the Duchess of Cambridge. “It covers the themes of growing together. Most read in The US SunSTAR-I-P Elon Musk loses 40 SpaceX satellites after geomagnetic storm rattles EarthIDOL DUI ARREST Ex-American Idol star 'smashes car into building killing person inside''DISTRAUGHT' Brit air passenger arrested on suspicion of raping woman in business classMASON & MOM Kourtney's son Mason, 12, makes rare appearance with mother & 'stepdad' Travis “The...
    KATE MIDDLETON will help send kids to sleep by appearing on CBeebies to tell a bedtime story she reads to her three children. The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is the first member of the royals to take part in the CBeebies Bedtime Story - which has previously featured megastars such as Tom Hardy, Reece Witherspoon, Ryan Reynolds and Dolly Parton. 4Kate wears a comfy roll-neck sweater, jeans and sits cross-legged during the programmeCredit: Kensington Palace 4Kate and William pictured with their three children George, Louis and CharlotteCredit: AP Wearing a comfy roll-neck sweater, jeans and sitting cross-legged, she will read a shortened version of The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark. The popular children's book is about an owl who is scared of the dark and her reading will be broadcast to mark Children’s Mental Health Week Sources close to the Duchess revealed she fell in love with the book growing up. And as a mother has treated princes George, 8, and Louis, 3, and six-year-old Princess Charlotte, to the bedtime reading. A source added: "The duchess personally selected...
    Ed Sheeran has revealed he has tested positive for Covid-19 and has cancelled all upcoming in-person commitments less than a week before his new album release on October 29. The singer, 30, took to Instagram and released a statement saying he is currently self-isolating and will do as many virtual interviews and performances as he can. He wrote: 'Hey guys. Quick note to tell you that I've sadly tested positive for Covid, so I'm now self-isolating and following government guidelines.   Statement: Ed Sheeran has revealed he has tested positive for Covid-19 and has cancelled all upcoming in-person commitments 'It means that I'm now unable to plough ahead with any in person commitments for now, so I'll be doing as many of my planned interviews/performances I can from my house. Apologies to anyone I've let down. Be safe everyone x'.  Ed was inundated with well wishes from his followers with one writing: 'Get well soon,' while another wrote: 'Hope you're OK'. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Avoiding the Shivers? Ed Sheeran shelters from the pouring... James Blunt...
    DAVE Grohl gets ready to rock the kids to sleep — by reading a CBeebies Bedtime Story. On Friday the Foo Fighters frontman, 52, will read Octopus’s Garden, written by Sir Ringo Starr and based on his 1969 Beatles song. 4Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl will read Octopus’s Garden, written by Sir Ringo Starr and based on his 1969 Beatles song, on CBeebiesCredit: PA 4The rock frontman said: 'It was a pleasure to read these stories for CBeebies'Credit: Getty Written by the Beatles' drummer Sir Ringo Starr and illustrated by Ben Cort, the book follows five children as they embark on an undersea journey. Grohl has recorded two stories for CBeebies, of which Octopus's Garden is the first. It will air on October 8. He said: "As a proud father of three, I've always enjoyed reading stories to my children. It was a pleasure to read these stories for CBeebies." Other Bedtime Story readers include Tom Hardy, Sir Elton John, Gary Barlow and Dolly Parton. Most read in The US SunNEW FACTS Nancy Grace predicts what Gabby autopsy will...
    A MUM will have to stare at Mr Tumble’s face “every day for the rest of her life” after her cheeky son threw a poster of the CBeebies star onto the kitchen skylight.  Emma Szewczak said there was “no way” of getting the print of the children's TV presenter off the roof window.  5Emma Szewczak's son threw the poster onto the skylight above her set of kitchen utensilsCredit: EmmaSzewczak/Twitter 5The poster shows Mr Tumble beaming in his colourful clown outfitCredit: EmmaSzewczak/Twitter 5The mum said there was “no way” of getting the print of the children's TV presenter off the roof windowCredit: Twitter/Emma Szewczak The author uploaded a snap of the poster to Twitter, which shows Mr Tumble beaming in his colourful clown outfit on the skylight above her set of kitchen utensils. Alongside the picture, she wrote: “Of course my son threw his mr tumble poster onto the kitchen skylight. "There's no way of getting it down and now I...
    (CNN)Regé-Jean Page, the British star of the lavish regency-era romance series "Bridgerton," will read a bedtime story on the BBC children's program Cbeebies in a move that is sure to delight parents as well as children.The actor, who played heartthrob Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, in the hit Netflix show, will read "Rain Before Rainbows" by Smriti Halls and David Litchfield on Sunday. It tells the story of a young girl and a fox who become friends and travel together through uncertain times toward hope. The tale, according to a BBC press release, shows that "with courage and the help of good friends, there is always a way out of darkness."Cbeebies Bedtime Stories, which airs daily at 6.50 p.m. (1.50 p.m. ET), said Page's appearance on the show will be broadcast on Sunday -- Mother's Day in the UK.Read MoreSteamy period drama Bridgerton is Netflixs biggest series ever"Bridgerton," which was released at the end of last year, is the "biggest series ever on Netflix," the company said in January.Some 82 million households watched the racy, scandal-packed series in its...
    QUEEN of the castle Giovanna Fletcher has landed her first TV role with CBeebies since leaving I'm A Celebrity. The 35-year-old, who was crowned winner of the most recent ITV series last week, will join Nigel Clark to present The Toddler Club at Home in January. 4Giovanna has landed her first TV role since I'm A Celeb with CBeebiesCredit: BBC Mum-of-three Giovanna left Gwrych Castle after enduring horrifying Bushtucker trials before she was announced as the winner. As presenter of the kids TV show, which was inspired by The Baby Club, she will invite toddlers to sing and dance along from their living rooms. CBeebies hope the programme, which Giovanna has fronted before, will help parents find useful ways to teach shapes, numbers and simple everyday activities to their little ones. Mumma Gi and Nigel will be joined by teddy-bear characters Benjee Bear and Bailee Bear, dubbed the Toddler Twins. 4Giovanna won this year's series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of HereCredit: Rex Features 4The star is married to Tom Fletcher and is doting mum...
    THE MUM of CBeebies star Mr Tumble has slammed his former co-star Sarah-Jane Honeywell’s claims he ditched her over topless pics scandal. The Sun revealed how Sarah-Jayne, 47, said she has had radio silence from her former “best mate” Mr Tumble aka Justin Fletcher, 50, after she was axed by the BBC in 2011.  Sarah-Jane Honeywell claims her CBeebies co-star Justin Fletcher 'froze her out' after her topless photo scandal Mr Tumble’s mum Sheila Fletcher has now hit back at Sarah-Jane’s claims, telling MailOnline: “It's all a load of old rubbish. He won't be interested in talking about this... “He never comments on anything silly. He's too busy. He's just so hard-working all the time. All the children love him. He's worked very hard for them over many years.” Mum-of-two Sarah-Jane, 47, had shot to fame in 2002 on shows such as Higgledy House and Mighty Mites alongside her side-kick Justin.  But her career was affected after she took part in a promo campaign for PETA in November 2011, which saw her posing topless on a huge plate of food...
    WE were watching them on our screens before we were out of nappies and many of the presenters of CBeebies and CBBC, like Phillip Schofield, went on to stellar careers. But not all the familiar faces from the iconic kids’ shows rose to the dizzy heights of daytime TV. 19Sarah-Jane Honeywell has opened up about her struggle after being sackedCredit: BBC This week Sarah-Jane Honeywell revealed she suffered from depression and had suicidal thoughts after being sacked from her role on CBeebies. The mum-of-two, 47, lost her “dream job” in 2011 after posing topless for a PETA advert and is now running a theatre workshop. Here's what happened to the other stars of the BBC's flagship kids shows. 19Sarah-Jane was sacked after a racy shoot for PETACredit: Alamy 19The former presenter says she was suicidal after losing job Katy Ashworth - ‘Child abduction’ case Katy starred on CBeebies from 2009, demonstrating simple dishes on I Can Cook, while singing cheery songs, as well as being one of the main continuity presenters. She left in 2016, amid plans to move to...
    AXED CBeebies presenter Sarah-Jane Honeywell claims her former ‘best mate’ Justin Fletcher ‘froze her out’ over her topless photoshoot.  Sarah-Jane, 47, first began hosting CBeebies shows like Higgledy House and Mighty Mites in 2002, alongside co-star Justin Fletcher, AKA Mr Tumble. 6Sarah-Jane Honeywell landed her dream job at the BBC in 2002Credit: BBC The mum-of-two was over the moon after landing her dream job, saying: “It was the job of my dreams. “I had so much fun every day, just trying to make kids laugh.” But her world soon came crashing down after she posed for a series of snaps for PETA in 2011.  She took part in a promo campaign for the animal rights charity, which saw her posing topless on a huge plate of food in London’s Trafalgar Square. 6But her career came crashing down after she posed topless for PETACredit: Sarah Jane Honeywell. “At the time, I was on a filming break from CBeebies, so didn’t think I needed to clear it with them. It was just a bit of fun – and I wasn’t even paid...
    AS a bubbly CBeebies TV presenter once idolised by millions of young kids, Sarah-Jane Honeywell had the world at her feet. But after appearing in a series of sexy photo shoots, she was axed from the job she adored, and spiralled into a crippling depression that almost saw her take her own life. 7Sarah-Jane first began on CBeebies in 2002Credit: BBC Mum-of-two Sarah-Jane, 47, first began hosting CBeebies shows like Higgledy House and Mighty Mites in 2002, alongside co-star Justin Fletcher, AKA Mr Tumble. “It was the job of my dreams,” she says. “I had so much fun every day, just trying to make kids laugh.” But in November 2011, she took part in a promo campaign for PETA, which saw her posing topless on a huge plate of food in London’s Trafalgar Square. “At the time, I was on a filming break from CBeebies, so didn’t think I needed to clear it with them. It was just a bit of fun – and I wasn’t even paid to do it.” 7Sarah-Jane thought the Peta photoshoot was...
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