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    TV’S Queue Two faced the nation again yesterday on This Morning – and many viewers thought Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were showing the strain of the past few days on their faces. Fans said presenter Holly was unusually subdued — and some even claimed it appeared she had been crying. 6Phil Schofield and Holly Willoughby brave the backlash on This Morning yesterday as viewers thought they were showing signs of stress on their facesCredit: Rex 6One viewer said 'Holly looks like she’s been crying all night' - pictured the hosts spotted on a live feed walking through Westminster HallCredit: Fremantle 6An insider revealed 'Holly feels like she has been left out to dry by ITV in some aspects' - the pair pictured at the lying in state on FridayCredit: Alamy Alongside Phil, the usually bubbly and chatty host appeared more restrained as they interviewed Strictly Come Dancing judge Anton Du Beke and the cast of new TV show Dated And Related. But while he may have looked careworn, 60-year-old Phil, in sharp contrast, continued as normal and appeared unfazed...
    A PETITION for Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to be sacked has topped more than 50,000 signatures. Angry This Morning fans were fuming when they found out that the presenters 'jumped the queue' when they went to visit the Queen lying-in-state on Friday. 2The petition to SACK This Morning’s Phil and Holly has surpassed 50,000 signaturesCredit: Fremantle 2The This Morning duo have received a lot of backlash after jumping the queueCredit: Rex Holly, 41, and Phil, 60, joined millions of Brits to pay their respects to the late monarch at Westminster Hall last week. However, many weren't happy when they found out that they managed to dodge the queue - which at one point was 24 hours long - because they were filming a segment for their show. This caused outrage among mourners and one launched a petition on change.org to get the pair axed from TV. The original target was 15,000, which was reached on Tuesday and overnight the figures continued to grow. It has now soared past 50,000 signatures, with a new target of 75,000 being added....
    PIERS Morgan has defended This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield over the 'queue-jump' scandal. Piers spoke out on his TalkTV show Piers Morgan Uncensored tonight as a petition to get Holly and Phil sacked passed 20,000 signatures. 3Piers spoke out to defend Holly and Phil tonightCredit: TalkTV 3Holly and Phil have copped a major backlash over the 'queue jump'Credit: ITV Discussing the furore, Piers admitted his 'good friend' Holly was 'distraught' over the backlash. He also lent support to the pair, calling the campaign to get them fired "ridiculous". Piers recapped the anger over Holly and Phil being accused of jumping the queue as Her Majesty was lying in state last week, adding:" All hell broke loose about this, they have been subject to, I think, a ridiculously over-the-top campaign. "20,000 people have signed a petition to have them fired. Of course they shouldn't be fired, it's ridiculous." Piers continued: "It may have been a misjudgement. I said myself on this show, I don't think anyone should have been jumping the queue full stop, whoever you are, unless you...
    If you leave your house early this Saturday morning, don’t forget to cover up. At 7am, the mercury did not show 7.6°C in Dijon or Til-Chatel. Up to 6 degrees Celsius above seasonal norms Municipalities do well when temperatures are below 6°C in most of the department. Such as Chatillon-sur-Seine (5.9°C), Beaune (5.7°C), or Montbard (5.3°C). At the same time, the palm of the morning freshness went to Bessy-en-Chaume with 4.5 degrees Celsius. It is 6 degrees Celsius below normal for the season. A refreshment that we are not really used to after a very hot summer. In Dijon, you have to go back to June 1 for such a low minimum (7.1°C that day). However, these temperatures are not exceptional. Record of September in Dijon? 0.5°C on September 30, 1995. And if you find it meaningless to compare the weather at the end of September with September 17, let us tell you that the mercury dropped to 2 8°C on September 17. , 1930 in Dukes City… A few degrees cooler Sunday morning For the rest, it’s a sunny...
    Don Lemon made his move to mornings official Thursday night when he told his audience he would soon leave primetime behind to co-host a show with Kaitlan Collins and Poppy Harlow. The network announced the shakeup earlier in the morning, but the Don Lemon Tonight host did not have a chance to address it on the air until 10 p.m. ET. During the handoff with CNN Tonight host Laura Coates, she said, “Hey, Don Lemon – no, should I say good morning, Don Lemon?” The host, who had just returned from London, joked he had no idea what his colleague was referring to. He added: I am exhausted. I just got back today. What a time to be on the plane when this happened, then I get off the plane and my phone literally was blowing up, it has been heated up all day. Let me just say that it’s bittersweet for me because I work with the best team in this building, one of the best teams in this business, and we built this show out of nothing. This...
    THIS Morning presenter Alice Beer was replaced by Isla Traquair today after her coverage of mourners queuing to see Queen Elizabeth II's coffin was slammed as "disrespectful". Alice, 57, was relocated to Westminster Hall to report on the atmosphere inside after she was given special access to see the Queen lying in state. 3Isla Traquair took over from Alice Beer today reporting on mourners queuing to see Queen Elizabeth II's coffin 3Alice was relocated to Westminster Hall and reported on the atmosphere inside after she was allowed in to see the Queen lying in state Former ITV newsreader Isla, 42, took over speaking to people waiting for hours to pay their respects to our longest ever monarch. Holly introduced Isla as the reporter "keeping spirits up in the queue'" and said: “In just a moment we’ll speak to Isla Traquair who is keeping people’s spirits up in the queue." Isla - who has also worked for Channel 5 - cut a sombre figure on Lambeth Bridge today in contrast to Wednesday's coverage of the queue which saw Alice handing out doughnuts...
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    PREMIER LEAGUE chiefs will make a decision today on whether to cancel this weekend's games. The programme is expected to be postponed following the death of Her Majesty Elizabeth II. 1Manchester United's Europa League game went ahead yesterday with a minute's silenceCredit: Getty Buckingham Palace confirmed yesterday in a statement that The Queen had passed away peacefully at Balmoral aged 96. And while the Government is not planning to enforce a shutdown in sport, Prem chiefs are aware of a potential backlash if they play the weekend’s matches as scheduled. An announcement is expected this morning that all fixtures this weekend are postponed. Another factor is the potential drain on police resources as towns and cities up and down the land pay tribute to The Queen after her 70-year reign. Read More On The QueenLONDON BRIDGE IS DOWN Inside the day by day plan for the 10 days up to the Queen's funeralTHE KING'S SPEECH King Charles to address nation today before he's proclaimed Monarch A final call will be made by lunchtime with Prem chiefs aware that clubs will be...
    An Oklahoma news anchor suffered the beginnings of a stroke on air, leaving her stumbling over her words and forced to cut the broadcast short on Saturday morning. Julie Chin, of Tulsa NBC affiliate KJRH, was delivering a story about NASA's cancelled Artemis-I launch when she suddenly found herself unable to speak the words she was reading off her teleprompter. Bewildered and stuttering, Chin tried to push ahead with the broadcast but soon found herself completely unable to speak her script aloud.   'I'm sorry, something is going on with me this morning and I apologize to everybody,' she finally said, going off script and tossing the broadcast over to the weather team, 'Let's just go ahead and send it on to meteorologist Annie Brown.' Brown seamlessly took over the broadcast as Chin could be heard trying to utter an apology off camera.  'Julie we love you so much, we love you so much,' Brown then said with a laugh as the broadcast cut to her, 'We all have those days,' Brown continued. But it wasn't just one of those days...
    Scouted selects products independently. If you purchase something from our posts, we may earn a small commission. If you’re anything like me, then you’re a person who actually can’t function without that beautiful thing we call caffeine. I’ve been a coffee drinker since I was in high school (really unique, I know) and have tried tons of alternatives: 1. Red Bull 2. Suffering Neither of these were sustainable options because I need the little kick-in-the-butt that coffee gives me or else I’m subject to yelling at someone I love. I truly didn’t know there was a real coffee alternative until I found Tenzo. I’d heard of matcha before but I had always thought it was some pistachio-green drink that would cost $14 at Starbucks. Turns out, it’s concentrated green tea powder that tastes incredible and gives more of a boost than my ole cup o’ Joe. Tenzo knows what they are doing with this stuff because I am energized throughout my day without feeling jitters, anxiety, and eventually crashing. You might be thinking, “Yeah, but coffee beans are cheap.” Well,...
    VERNON Kay made repeated references to how much he was getting paid on This Morning today. The cheeky host, 48, at one point claimed that he and Rochelle Humes were getting quadruple their normal wages. 2Vernon Kay quipped they were getting 'quadruple pay' for the bank holiday He was jokingly referring to the amounts they would be paid for coming to work on a bank holiday. It came as Rochelle told cookery expert Clodagh McKenna as she revealed her chicken recipe today: "To think my friends said 'you're going into work on a bank holiday?' The 33-year-old This Morning presenter added: "Is it not work, just so you know." Vernon, 48, added with a smile: "Quadruple pay and chicken." Rochelle joked: "Oh, it's gone up has it?" with Vernon jokingly replying: "Absolutely." He later made various other tongue-in-cheek claims about what they were getting paid, at one point saying it was five times their usual rate. It's not known how much Rochelle and Vernon - who are the last stand-in presenters of the summer - are paid. However, the main...
    LISA Snowdon has a chic home filled with plants, colourful art and funky wall paper. The This Morning presenter, 50, occasionally updates her Instagram account with snaps inside her stunning Epping Forest pad that she shares with fiance George Smart. 16Inside Lisa Snowdon’s beautiful home with plant-filled conservatory and colourful artCredit: Instagram George and Lisa have the luxury of two choosing between two different properties to stay in as she also owns a flat in Camden, north London. But the pair have set up camp in her Epping Forest pad - which is located on the border between Essex and London. Her stunning abode follows a bohemian style interior throughout and is covered head to toe in a range of different house plants and fresh flowers. The conservatory has some striking abstract art hung on the wall and huge open windows that look out on to her gorgeous garden. 16Lisa is a massive fan of house plantsCredit: Instagram 16Her conservatory is covered in a range of different house plantsCredit: Instagram 16It also features some stunning abstract pieces of artCredit: Instagram...
    Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon recently started filming Season 3 of their Apple TV Plus series The Morning Show, and they used their time together to recreate one of their famous Friends scenes. Aniston, 53, and Witherspoon, 46, were both featured in a video that Witherspoon posted on Instagram, where they saw a photo of them on Friends. Witherspoon played Jill Green, the younger sister of Aniston's Rachel Green, who both got into a now-famous argument in the 14th episode of Friends Season 6 -  The One Where Chandler Can't Cry - which they recreated once again. Recreate: Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon recently started filming Season 3 of their Apple TV Plus series The Morning Show, and they used their time together to recreate one of their famous Friends scenes Argument: Witherspoon played Jill Green, the younger sister of Aniston's Rachel Green, who both got into a now-famous argument in the 14th episode of Friends Season 6 - The One Where Chandler Can't Cry - which they recreated once again The brief video featured both Aniston and Witherspoon looking at a...
    THIS Morning viewers called financial expert David Fishwick a 'budget Martin Lewis' today after hearing his money tips to help them through the cost of living crisis. The Burnley entrepreneur, who founded the ethics-driven Bank of Dave, was full of enthusiasm as he urged viewers to call in with their money woes. 2David Fishwick dished out financial advice on today's This Morning But his troubleshooting, which included paying bills with cash rather than by direct debit, didn't appeal to everyone. There were concerns over the security of keeping large sums of cash in the house as well as uncertainty around whether subscription services would actually accept it. One viewer wrote: "Dave is a budget Martin Lewis #ThisMorning." Another said: "Sorry Dave, I won't be following your advice, can't be doing with paying bills in cash and as others have said some places don't accept cash now!" Read More on The SunNAME GAME My mum named me after an ENTIRE football team - I’ve got 16 names altogether A third complained: "This guys not very inspiring not the wonderful Martin Lewis...
    Morning Joe speculated that former President Donald Trump might have been keeping classified documents at Mar-a-Lago because he wanted to find a way to profit from them. The suggestion came up Wednesday as Morning Joe spoke to The Guardian’s Hugo Lowell about his reporting on the motion Trump’s team filed to claim executive privilege to the FBI’s documents confiscated from his estate. The motion suggests that Trump basically admitted to holding official documents that didn’t belong to him. It coincides with new reports saying the Mar-a-Lago documents were marked at a classification level about the government’s “most sensitive secrets.” As the panel broke down these reports, Eddie Glaude asked, “Why did [Trump] want the documents? What’s the purpose?” “Given who he is…Aren’t we worried that he would monetize this?” Glaude asked “He’s like an expert-level grifter. I mean, the danger here is out of bounds, it seems to me.” Willie Geist followed up with a rundown of Trump’s attempts to lay claim to these documents. Eventually, Mike Barnicle once again floated the possibility that Trump sought to monetize the information...
    President Joe Biden's 'bodyman,' Stephen Goepfert, is set to leave the White House  at the end of the week.  CNN reported Tuesday that Goepfert will depart the West Wing for a position in the Transportation Department.  Goepfert, who was the first out gay man to hold the role of personal aide to a president, has worked for Biden since his 2020 presidential campaign, and before that worked in the Obama White House.  President Joe Biden's 'bodyman,' Stephen Goepfert, is set to leave the White House at the end of the week  Stephen Goepfert (left) was the first openly gay man to hold the title of personal aide to the president, for President Joe Biden (right)  Stephen Goepfert, President Joe Biden's 'bodyman,' carries bags and other supplies across the South Lawn after arriving back at the White House from Rehoboth Beach  As the president's 'bodyman,' Goepfert is often the first and last staffer Biden sees every day.  And while not wholly a public figure, he's often caught on camera placing remarks on the podium before Biden delivers a speech, or passing the president a...
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    Share this: ON THIS DAY IN 1851, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “The Advertiser of yesterday published the wonderful intelligence that a shark of immense magnitude was caught the day before at Red Hook Point, and on dissection that the bodies of two boys were found in the stomach. Some of the New York papers of this morning have got the same wonderful intelligence. Some of the reporters have been caught but no shark.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1892, the Eagle reported, “The house to house inspection of the New York tenement districts, which appear to be infected with smallpox, was begun by the inspectors of the health department this morning. The section of the city lying between Canal and Fourteenth streets, west of Broadway, has been divided into twenty districts and an inspector has been assigned to each district. They will make a house to house search for cases of smallpox. The twenty inspectors assigned to this duty received their instructions from Chief Roberts this morning and by 10 o’clock they had started on their tour of inspection....
    FIRST Dates fans have been left puzzled after a singleton announced that she is a presenter on popular TV show This Morning. Hayley Sparkes was shown revealing her job to bar man Merlin Griffiths during the latest episode of the C4 reality show. 4Singleton Hayley baffled First Dates with her job 4She revealed she is a presenter for This Morning during her appearance on the show But baffled viewers found themselves scratching their heads, as they struggled to ever remember the pretty brunette appearing on This Morning. Taking to Twitter, one perplexed fan said: "She must be on #ThisMorning during the ad breaks #FirstDates." Another added: "I’ve never seen her on an episode of This Morning??" A third posted a row of 'crying with laughter' emojis, quipping: "A bloody this morning presenter!" READ MORE ON FIRST DATES'AWKWARD' First Dates fans left cringing as ‘escort’ strips off & reveals embarrassing date One viewer did, however, do a bit of research and discovered some clips of Hayley doing 'live beauty makeovers' on This Morning from 2011 to 2015. They explained:...
    ALISON Hammond has treated fans to a rare snap with her teenage son Aidan as she went on holiday. The This Morning star, 47, who described her 17-year-old son Aidan as 'the apple of her eye', beamed as she cosied up to her boy for a picture. 3Proud mum Alison shared a snap with her boyCredit: Instagram/@alisonhammond55 3The TV favourite is currently on holiday from This Morning Taking to Instagram, Alison shared a sweet picture of the two of them together. Alison, who looked chic with her dark hair styled in a sleek bob, captioned the shot: "Happy holidays." She showed off her natural beauty with a slick of nude lippy as she beamed for the selfie. Aidan looked just like his mum as he posed for a picture as they chilled out together. Just months ago Alison shared a heartfelt message about her teenage son, admitting that she 'prays for him' daily. Alison shared a sweet montage of her boy to show just how fast he is growing up. The video, which was set to an acoustic cover of Disclosure's Latch, features pictures and...
    President Joe Biden told reporters he was 'feeling great' as he continues to isolate at the White House after testing positive for COVID-19 – and says his dog Commander has taken on wake-up duty with first lady Jill Biden away. 'I’m feeling great,' Biden said when asked how he was feeling at the end of an event on boosting the semiconductor industry, saying his voice was still 'raspy.' 'You know I’ve had two nights of sleep all the way through,' Biden continued. 'Matter of fact, my dog had to wake me up this morning. My wife's not here. She usually takes him out in the morning while I'm upstairs working out and so I felt this nozzle of my dog's nose against my chest about five minutes or seven,' Biden said. First lady Jill Biden flew to the family home in Wilmington after Biden's positive test came in last week. 'I'm feeling good. My voice is still raspy,' he added.  President Joe Biden said Monday he was 'feeling great' as he continues to isolate at the White House. On Thursday...
    The heat episode is not over, but it is short. On Tuesday morning, Météo France classified 73 departments in an orange heat wave and/or thunderstorm.This Wednesday, in its 6 a.m. bulletin, the forecaster’s warning applies to only 21 sectors, mainly located in the western and mid-western parts of the country. In detail, it reiterated in recent days the warning that “the heat wave episode will require special attention due to its intensity and duration”. “This Wednesday, high temperatures will be confined to the southeastern quarter of the country and Alsace, with night temperatures even higher. “This situation is likely to continue in these regions for several more days,” explains the forecaster. Regarding the storms affecting nine departments in the north-east of the country, the forecaster said a “severe stormy summer situation is triggered, which requires special vigilance because of the strong risk of a violent event. These storms can be violent with hail and strong electrical activity. The freshness returns slowly In general, from Wednesday morning, Normandy and Haute-de-France, the Paris region, Center Val d’Loire and Champagne-Ardenne, the weather will...
    “CBS This Morning” star Nate Burleson says that he gets lusted over by older fans he calls “grand-cougars.” Still, he prefers them to the groupies he got when he was in the NFL. “When you play football, it’s like being a rock star, so you travel around scoring touchdowns and you’re moving from city-to-city,” the wide-reciever-turned-TV-host told Page Six. “Luckily I [was] able to keep my nose out of trouble. “But I would say that there is a certain age group that watches the morning news that is all over me. That age range is like 50 to 70. They want your boy right now. ‘Grand-cougars,’ that is what I call them. They stay on me.” Burleson believes his NFL groupies just wanted to see him “in tight pants.” Getty Images But he says he likes the attention from them because they’re interested in more than what he looks like “in tight pants.” “[They] love me for something thoughtful I may have said on the news that day,” he said. “In football, they praised me because...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Stephanie Jones pointed out what has been keeping her up at night. A jackhammer right outside her house was enough to not only get her out of bed but out of her house to record it. “Everyone knows what a jackhammer sounds like, hitting the pavement, hitting the cement. Even in the daytime, it’s a little jarring,” Jones said. “Oh my God, it was like they were right in my living room.” READ MORE: Annual Drum Corps International Capital Classic Held At Hornet Stadium In SacramentoCBS13 talked with some of Jones’ neighbors who say that noise travels. “To be honest, it shouldn’t be happening, at least not that late at night,” Raul Cornejo said. “I know road work, yes, but as far as jackhammers at night, 3 or 4 in the morning? No.” “Well, it’s just annoying because you don’t get good sleep. You’re constantly aware of that noise in the background. So you’re like half and half awake and asleep at the same time,” Dorothy Leffingwell said. READ MORE: Justice For Roman Lopez: Stepmother Sentenced To...
    Arizona Republican Kari Lake The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Daniel Donner, and Cara Zelaya, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Subscribe to The Downballot, our weekly podcast x Embedded Content Leading Off ● AZ-Gov: A new poll from the Republican firm OH Predictive Insights finds Donald Trump's endorsed candidate, former TV news anchor turned conspiracy theorist Kari Lake, with a 39-31 advantage over Board of Regents member Karrin Taylor Robson in the Aug. 2 Republican primary for Arizona's open race for governor. Another 6%, meanwhile, goes to former Rep. Matt Salmon, whose name remains on the Aug. 23 ballot even though he dropped out of the race last week and endorsed Robson. When respondents were asked how they'd vote "if Matt Salmon was not in the race," Lake's margin of victory shrinks to 40-35. The other two candidates, businesswoman Paola Tulliani Zen and Some Dude Scott Neely, barely register in either scenario. This is the first poll we've seen conducted since...
    SHE is This Morning’s glam new face of gardening, shunning muddy boots and dungarees in favour of blow-dried blonde locks and floral frocks.  And Daisy Payne has revealed she could follow in the footsteps of Charlie Dimmock — “just with very small boobs.”  5Daisy Payne says she could follow in the footsteps of Charlie Dimmock — 'just with very small boobs' 5TV gardening star Charlie Dimmock was famous for ditching her bra when working in the gardenCredit: Rex Features 5Daisy with This Morning colleague Phillip Schofield Fans of BBC makeover show Ground Force, which ended in 2005, will recall how co-presenter Charlie ditched her bra. And when The Sun asked Daisy during an exclusive chat if she always wears one, the 25-year-old beauty confided: “You know what? I don’t really. “That was the thing in lockdown — we didn’t have to wear a bra and it was lovely.  “But now I have to go back into society and I am like: ‘Oh God, I am going to have to wear a bra now.’  READ MORE ABOUT DAISYGROW YES I'm This...
    NBC News correspondent Ben Collins told the Morning Joe Crew that despite being a “Trump fan,” Highland Park mass shooting suspect Robert Crimo III is part of a deeper subculture that goes beyond politics. Collins covers disinformation, extremism and the internet for NBC News, and was a guest on Tuesday morning’s edition of MSNBC’s Morning Joe to give his insights into Crimo — the suspect who was apprehended in the mass shooting at the Highland Park 4th of July parade. He spent several minutes telling host Willie Geist and the other MJ regulars about Crimo’s disturbing online activities, and described in detail the online subculture that he says Crimo was trying to fit in with. And toward the end of his segment, Collins took pains to point out that while “a lot of people want to point out that this guy was a Donald Trump fan,” the former president is not to blame for Crimo’s actions: And also, I want to say, like, you can’t drill this down to one specific traditional political subculture. I know a lot of people want to...
    Share this: ON THIS DAY IN 1901, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “The hottest July 2 ever recorded before in New York was in 1872 and in 1876, when a temperature of 94 degrees was registered. This record was smashed at 10 o’clock this morning, at which hour the official thermometer registered 95. By 11 o’clock another degree had been clipped off, and at this time street thermometers showed even much higher temperatures. The average temperature in New York on July 2 for the last thirty years is 72 degrees. The lowest yesterday was 80. The hot spell has caused a general desire on the part of the people to get out of the city and the exodus to the country resorts is great. Crowds flocked to the parks and piers this morning in a mad desire to get a breath of fresh air and early in the day the movement toward Coney Island and Manhattan [Beach] and the Jersey beach cities began …  Insanity that is sudden and violent is one of the features of the present heated term....
    DENVER (CBS4) – Sky watchers have something fun to try and catch a glimpse of over the next few weeks, but it will require getting up early in the morning to see it. For the first time since December 2004 we’ll be treated to a rare alignment of five planets, all visible with the naked eye. To see this phenomenon you’ll want to look in the southeast sky about an hour before sunrise. From left to right you should be able to see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. They will appear in a row in their natural order with relation to the sun. On the morning of June 24 you’ll get an added bonus with the waning crescent Moon positioned between Venus and Mars, serving as a stand in for where Earth would be seen in the planetary alignment. June mornings often produce a clear to mostly clear sky across Colorado, even when we’ve had thunderstorms on the previous day. If it is cloudy on the morning you choose to catch a glimpse try again the next day...
    THIS Morning has been plagued by rumours of a "secret feud" with hosts Dermot O'Leary and Alison Hammond "bickering" behind the scenes, it has been claimed. The duo controversially replaced Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford last year on the ITV programme’s Friday slot. 2Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary have reportedly struggled to click on This MorningCredit: ITV 2Alison was left hanging earlier this year as Dermot arrived late for the showCredit: ITV However, according to a recent report, the pair have struggled to "hit it off" and sources on the show claim they have struggled to host the show together. A source told MailOnline: "They came from very different backgrounds Dermot has been a big star for many years and has presented some big shows. "While Alison has always wanted a less high-profile career and has far less experience. "They are impatient with one another, mainly because they do things so differently. "It has led to on-set bickering and awkward tensions off-air." The source added that the speculation was that neither of them would be upset if there was a shake-up and they were paired...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Sky watchers have something fun to try and catch a glimpse of over the next few weeks, but it will require getting up early in the morning to see it. For the first time since December 2004 we’ll be treated to a rare alignment of five planets, all visible with the naked eye. To see this phenomenon you’ll want to look in the southeast sky about an hour before sunrise. From left to right you should be able to see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. They will appear in a row in their natural order with relation to the sun. On the morning of June 24 you’ll get an added bonus with the waning crescent Moon positioned between Venus and Mars, serving as a stand in for Earth. Alignment of five planets on June 24, 2022 (credit: Sky & Telescope) June mornings often produce a clear to mostly clear sky across Colorado, even when we’ve had thunderstorms on the previous day. If it is cloudy on the morning you choose to catch a glimpse try again...
    The first named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season has formed and its projected track has just been released. Alex is located about 165 miles east-northeast of Fort Pierce, Florida, early Sunday morning, June 5. It's moving northeast at around 20 to 25 miles per hour with maximum sustained winds of 50 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center. "Seas will be stirred across the southwestern Atlantic Ocean as Alex zips along to the northeast through Monday, leading to dangerous surf and stronger, more frequent rip currents from the northwest Florida coast to Virginia's Tidewater region," according to AccuWeather.com. "Minor beach erosion and coastal flooding can also occur, especially at high tide." A turn toward the east-northeast with an additional increase in forward speed is expected on Sunday, followed by a turn toward the east Monday night, June 6, the National Hurricane Center said.  It's expected to bring heavy rain and gusty winds to the island of Bermuda on Monday. For the latest projected track and timing for Alex, see the image above. As Alex tracks due east, unsettled...
    Washington's 3rd Congressional District Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Daniel Donner, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Subscribe to our podcast, The Downballot! x Embedded Content Leading Off ● WA-03: Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, who faces a MAGA-fueled insurgency on her right flank, is taking a decidedly centrist tack with her first TV ad of the race. The spot stars a woman named Darsi Ross, who says two of her kids have diabetes and praises the congresswoman for "fighting to cap the cost of insulin and other prescriptions." Herrera Beutler was one of just 12 House Republicans who voted in favor of a key Democratic bill in March that would limit the cost of insulin to $35 a month. However, her fellow Republicans in the Senate have so far blocked the legislation. Many Democrats have run ads touting the measure, so it's unusual to see a Republican do the same. But...
    Simon Cowell's appearance has once again sparked a furious discussion from fans after he appeared on Friday's This Morning. The BGT judge, 62, chatted on the show alongside his fellow judges, ahead of the show's grand final - yet fans couldn't help but focus on his drastically different look - after Simon himself recently admitted that he took things too far with Botox treatments.  Taking to Twitter, fans expressed concern for the star with one writing: ' What’s happened to Simon Cowells face ? It’s like it’s sliding downwards! Pros: Of the 60 acts shown on TV this year, 15 have appeared on another Got Talent show, are linked to head judge Simon or someone else linked to the shows, or are already 'professional' 'As we’re all aware, the pandemic affected so many lives, particularly those that work in the entertainment industry, and it is wrong to deny these people the opportunity to showcase their talents and entertain the nation, and ultimately perform in front of royalty at the Royal Variety Performance. 'As has always been the case, Britain’s Got Talent is...
    By Pascal SchwainerMeteorologistPosted on 6/2/22, updated 6/2/22 6:03 PM Complete live weather forecast by phone 3201* Friday, June 3 from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm on Friday, June 3. Situation Between this Friday and next Monday the barometric depression moves north of the Portuguese coast to the north of France. As it rises, two-thirds of the country is experiencing the hottest winds before the coldest Atlantic winds since Sunday. The presence of this air mass collision and low pressures creates a protracted and severe storm environment, triggering waves of many storms. These rise globally from southwest to northeast, but the uncertainties are about the areas located on the edge of this major axis. Thus, thunderstorms are likely on both sides, in the Midwest and towards the Alps. Care Weak to moderate storm activity is developing from New Aquitaine to Massif Central. Evolution Areas placed on yellow alert are best relied upon to experience strong thunderstorms during the day, from early morning in the southwest to late afternoon and evening in the east. Depending on the evolution of...
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    THE QUEEN off daytime TV, Holly Willoughby, never fails to stun her fans - and this week has been no exception. The mum-of-three is a fan of the high street and is wears H&M, New Look and M&S - so where are her outfits from this week from? 4The smart combination Holly had picked for the start of the weekCredit: Instagram/@hollywilloughby 4On Tuesday, Holly took us to the Buckingham Palace where she was rocking a pastel yellow dressCredit: Instagram/@hollywilloughby On Monday, the presenter rocked a rather smart and elegant look, with black tailor cigarette trousers by Joseph and pointy heels. To add a pop of colour, Holly had opted for a cute blouse with frills from Albaray. ''Morning Monday… Sooty and Sweep are on the show today… my inner child is doing cartwheels,'' she captioned the post before setting off to present the show. The next morning, This Morning show viewers were taken to the Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. read more fashion storiesPLEASE TELL ME, DOC I'm a fashion whizz - what your favourite footwear reveals about you...
    At 4:50 a.m. this Friday 27th, the crescent moon passed in front of the bright planet Venus. An exceptional moment is visible from the reunion. The evening star disappeared behind the moon on Friday morning. Then it appeared above the moon. An exceptional moment It happened on Friday 27 May at about 4:50 am and lasted less than an hour. A true lighthouse that surpasses the brightness of the stars will reappear to tell the shepherds of Earth’s sister planet that dawn has already come. Business leader Quentin Gineys, who is interested in planetary photography, is getting ready for this celestial encounter that he wants to immortalize with his most beautiful shot this Friday, May 27th. His photos are available on his Instagram profile: quentin_gineys. According to Quentin Gineys, this rare and spectacular phenomenon is best seen in the eastern part of the island: “The event will start at an altitude of 10 degrees in the east. Venus disappears from the thin lunar crescent and emerges from the moon’s dark side. “He explains. The event is also available in...
    Daily Kos is fortunate enough to be associated with the poll team from Civiqs, led by former professor and statistical researcher Drew Linzer. That gives writers on this site a fantastic resource not just for polling data, but for insight into what it takes to create polling questions that are fair—that is, questions that actually draw information from the public on their real concerns rather than feeding them lines that are certain to draw a predetermined response. However, it doesn’t take the assistance of a data scientist or polling expert to determine that what Morning Consult did in a poll that’s making headlines on Tuesday is far from fair. According to Morning Consult, their poll shows that fears about “immigration policy that weakens whites’ power” are a bigger concern than mass violence committed by white supremacists for more than a third of all voters, and for 60% of all Republicans. How much truth there is in this “analysis” is hard to ascertain, because the way that Morning Consult framed the poll was blatantly designed to not only generate headline-worthy results, but to reinforce conspiracy...
    Former Minnesota state Sen. Scott Jensen (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Daniel Donner, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Subscribe to our podcast, The Downballot! x Embedded Content Leading Off ● MN-Gov, MN-AG, MN-SoS: Minnesota Republicans convene Friday and Saturday for their biennial party convention, and while the GOP won't formally choose nominees for any offices, the gathering could dramatically winnow the fields for governor, attorney general, secretary of state, and state auditor—posts that are all currently held by Democrats. That's because many contenders have pledged, in local parlance, to "abide" by the GOP's endorsement process, meaning they intend to drop out of the August primary if delegates award the party's backing to someone else. This is a long-running tradition for both parties in Minnesota, though candidates often do forge ahead to the primary even if they miss out on their party's endorsement and typically state their intention to do so ahead of time. Some, in fact,...
    BLAINE, Minn. (WCCO) – We are just two days from the Minnesota Fishing Opener, and it’s going to be a different one this year – costing more for anglers. The boat, the bite, the catch. That’s all anyone’s talking about inside Capra’s in Blaine. Ben Vosika spent Wednesday morning hunting for a new rod. He fishes nearly every single day in the Twin Cities and beyond. He’s going to the opener and that trip is gonna cost him and all the other anglers extra. For example, a year ago a trip from the Twin Cities to Minnewaska would cost $48 round trip in gas – this year it’s $71. Credit: CBS A trip to Mille Lacs last year cost $36. This year it’s $53. And if you’re really heading north to Lake of the Woods – a trip that last year cost $116 dollars will now cost $170. The cost of supplies are up too. “We have had to increase the price on some items, just based on our suppliers,” said Dean Capra, a professional fisherman who owns Capra’s Sports. Three...
    The tabernacle — often considered the most sacred item in Catholic churches as it contains communion wafers — was taken from St. Bartholomew sometime between Sunday evening and Monday morning, Katy magazine reported. Harris added to KRIV that "someone tried to desecrate the eucharist" at St. Elizabeth. As for the guilty party responsible for spray-painting graffiti on his church's doors, Harris had a clear and defiant message. "I'd rather you come inside and pray and have a conversation and not try to desecrate our sacred space," he told the station. "This won't stop us. It propels us to continue to be witnesses for Christ in the world."Anything else?On Sunday in Los Angeles, red-robed protesters disrupted morning mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels — but video captured one fed-up man climbing over a pew and confronting the protesters, stopping them dead in their tracks. Indeed, reports circulated in regard to "credible threats" about protesters planning to disrupt Mother's Day weekend church services.
    After a wet start to May, you’d think we’d be safe from fire danger for a little while. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Temperatures quickly went back above normal on Friday, hitting the low 80s for much of the Front Range and plains. Saturday we will warm up even more to the mid to upper 80s for the Denver area and eastern plains. Southeastern Colorado will heat up to the mid 90s! This is very quickly drying us out again. We expect the wind to pick up on Saturday morning and stay strong all day. This means critical fire danger for much of eastern Colorado. We have Red Flag Warnings starting at 10:00 am. The fire danger won’t end on Saturday, many areas will be under a Fire Weather Watch on Sunday for the same conditions. The mountains will see a little moisture on Saturday and Sunday morning, with an isolated shower or two around the Denver area possible. Overall, the eastern side of the state should stay dry. We stay warm and windy into next week,...
    (CNN)Powerful tornadoes and very large hail could threaten Oklahoma and Texas on Wednesday -- and it all hinges on how hot it gets early in the day."If you are in the risk area, sunshine is not your friend today," CNN meteorologist Chad Myers said. "The more sun ... the hotter it gets ... and the more explosive your atmosphere becomes."4 tornado safety tips that could save your lifeBy contrast, cloud cover from less violent storms could reduce the heat needed to fuel afternoon storms across Oklahoma and push the worst of the severe weather into north Texas."Any morning thunderstorms may ... act to limit the northward advance of the warm front across (Oklahoma), and the placement of the effective warm front by this afternoon/early evening remains a source of considerable uncertainty," the Storm Prediction Center said Wednesday."Multiple corridors and rounds of potentially significant severe thunderstorms (are) possible," it said.Read More An enhanced severe threat outlook -- Level 3 of 5 -- covers northwest Texas into Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City, the prediction center said, while a slight risk -- Level 2...
    A FAMILY of fraudsters who swindled a local council out of almost £800k by faking a neurological condition for 12 years are facing jail. Married Laura, 44, and Philip Borrell, 47, swindled Hertfordshire County Council out of hundreds of thousands of pounds for a care package. 4The married couple appeared on This Morning after claiming Laura had dementiaCredit: Rex 4The couple are thought to have helped Laura's mum Frances launder the illicit funds Laura’s mum, Frances Noble, was also in on the scheme to convince the local authority that the 66-year-old had a brain disorder. Phil and Laura, from Hitchin, Herts, appeared on This Morning to discuss dementia in 2017, while they were conspiring to commit fraud. The trio have pleaded guilty to fraud after conning the council out of £733,936.20 between 2005 and 2018 – keeping the money for themselves. They had been due to stand trial at St Albans Crown Court last week, but changed their pleas to guilty at the last minute and will be sentenced on June 24 according to The Comet. READ MORE CRIMEMUM'S...
    Coffee lovers have opinions as strong as the beverage itself when it comes to how to make the best cup of espresso. After spending a few weeks in Italy, I’m convinced there’s no better way than the traditional, stove-top Moka pots found in every Italian home. And luckily, they cost just slightly more than $20—a refreshing break from high-tech, pricey machines – and have none of the environmental hazards of disposable pods. My preferred pick is made by NY-based brand, Bellemain (with all due respect to the Italian innovator buried in an urn based on his coffee pot’s design). It’s the simplest of gadgets, with little to break or replace. You add filtered water, then finely ground (make sure it’s very fine) dark espresso roast– screw the top on and brew on any stovetop. Your espresso’s ready as soon as the water boils, unlike a French press. Follow these steps (and crucially: no soap when rinsing the pot)–and you too can experience the deep, dark espresso that bulky machines could only hope to produce. Bellemain Stovetop Espresso Maker Moka...
    NATE Burleson has shared a career update, as fans expressed worry over his whereabouts. The CBS This Morning star will be stepping into a new role as the host of a new show in the network. 3CBS This Morning star Nate Burleson has annoucned a new career move, after weeks of being absent from the morning showCredit: Getty 3Fans have been taking to social media as they wonder where the beloved host has been over the last weeksCredit: Getty Burleson will join TV personality Keltie Knight as the hosts of "Superfan," a new show billed as a "musical spectacle disguised as a game show." Contestants in the show will compete to prove who is the "ultimate fan" of various artists expected to appear on the show. The lineup includes Pitbull, Gloria Estefan, LL Cool J and Shania Twain. "I love music, and we have a great crew," Burleson said. Read More Entertainment NewsDARK PAST Blac Chyna's rap sheet reveals star was arrested for assault & drug possessionBIKINI BABE Long Island Medium Theresa, 55, stuns posing in a sexy BIKINI in...