Before he died, her father said acting's no way to earn a living.
Still got it! Cindy Crawford returns to the cover of Shape magazine 20 years on… and still looks as amazing as ever | UPDATED: 21:05 GMT, 20 November 2012 It's incredible how little she's aged in 20 years
If you thought you knew Morecambe & Wise inside out you're in for a treat with a show featuring lost footage of the legendary comedy double act | UPDATED: 22:31 GMT, 9 November 2012 Sixty years ago a scathing television review appeared to consign Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise’s television career to the dustbin. ‘Definition of the week: TV set – the box in which they buried Morecambe & Wise,’ harped a critic, pouring scorn over the double act who were setting the music hall world on fire. It was a review Eric Morecambe would carry with him until his final days, even as the pair climbed to the top of the TV ladder, a spot they still occupy today despite their last show being filmed three decades ago.
Can men and women REALLY ever be 'just friends' MailOnline's resident sexpert Tracey Cox answers the eternal dilemma… | UPDATED: 16:41 GMT, 31 October 2012 Tracey Cox is the UK's leading expert and author on sex and relationship issue. With an academic background in psychology, 14 books on sex, relationships and body language under her belt and a television career spanning decades, she is more than well equipped to answer your dilemmas
'Apart from the rats it's been an absolute joy!' David Attenborough celebrates his own Diamond Jubilee with a special series of nature documentaries | UPDATED: 21:30 GMT, 26 October 2012 Sir David Attenborough is such a jolly soul, you tend to forget he's been knocking around now for more years than television itself. 'Inside, I'm skipping about picking up plants,' he says
Hitting the G Spot: 800 injection to improve orgasms becomes LA's latest lunchtime craze G-Shot injection pumps filler into women's G spot Increases G spot to size of 10p coin Takes just thirty minutes More than 2,000 women have undergone the procedure in five years By Bianca London PUBLISHED: 13:36 GMT, 22 October 2012 | UPDATED: 13:43 GMT, 22 October 2012 It is a sexual quest that has frustrated couples for decades and as a result many people don't even believe that the G Spot exists. But now help is at hand and the sex lives of couples worldwide could be enhanced dramatically thanks to a single jab.
The Queen's English is colonising America thanks to Downton Abbey as 'ginger' replaces 'red head' over the pond | UPDATED: 09:33 GMT, 5 October 2012 For decades we have endured the Americanisation of English, with words and phrases like 'vacation' and 'I'm good' slowly infiltrating our language. But now things could be swinging back the other way, with more British-isms turning up on the other side of the pond
Ann Romney channels Nancy Reagan in $1,990 red Oscar de la Renta dress | UPDATED: 19:44 GMT, 29 August 2012 First lady hopeful Ann Romney comfortably played the role of presidential wife last night as she took to the stage wearing a bold 'Reagan red' coloured dress. The 63-year-old plumped for a $1,990 Oscar de la Renta belted design as she delivered her speech in Tampa, which was hoped would help ‘humanise’ her husband and illustrate a softer side.
She was the legendary Cosmo editor who told single women they could enjoy guilt-free sex and coined the phrase having it all. Helen Gurley Brown was a genius, says Liz Jones, but she sold us an impossible dream | UPDATED: 00:34 GMT, 15 August 2012 From the very first, ground-breaking issue published in Britain in 1972, bought by my three older sisters and read furtively, under the covers, by me, I was a Cosmo Girl.
You're too fat, you're fiance's an idiot and that hairstyle puts 10 years on you: Scientists say honesty really IS the best policy, SAMANTHA BRICK knew it all along | UPDATED: 01:39 GMT, 14 August 2012 Samantha Brick has decided to be honest with her friends, even if it means hurting their feelings Over the course of our friendship I have become used to my friend Lorraine ringing me to whinge down the phone about Hugo, her useless, commitment phobic boyfriend of the past five years. Last week, she called me in a state of distress after he’d refused to go on the surprise mini-break she had paid for. In the past, I would have listened sympathetically, injecting the occasional ‘You poor thing’ or ‘They’re all the same’ platitude