Seconds out, round two! I'm A Celeb's Eric Bristow takes ANOTHER swipe at Helen Flanagan after she has a fake tan mishap…and admits that she can't blow dry her own hair | UPDATED: 22:27 GMT, 24 November 2012 She's not had the easiest of times in the I'm A Celeb jungle. And it now it seems that former Corrie star Helen Flanagan has fallen out with Eric Bristow yet again. The blonde actress, who became upset after Eric mocked her bad skin on Thursday, had another showdown with the darts player, after admitting that she can't blow dry her own hair.
'Alright chlamydia boy': One Direction's Zayn Malik gives The Wanted's Max George an unfortunate nickname | UPDATED: 10:39 GMT, 24 November 2012 It is no secret that the boys from One Direction and The Wanted are not friends.
In a spot of bother: I'm A Celeb's Eric Bristow comes under fire for comments about Helen Flanagan's skin | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 23 November 2012 In the jungle she has spent several hours inspecting her skin for blemishes as she battles constant break-outs Down Under. Struggling with her insecurities on I'm A Celebrity…
The Selfridges 'Elfridges: Department store hires stylish Santa's helpers to take the stress out of Christmas shopping 'Elfridges will help shoppers find presents, gift wrap them, carry bags and even hail taxis Female helpers dressed in stylish Vivienne Westwood dresses | UPDATED: 14:29 GMT, 23 November 2012 Shopping in central London can be a nightmare – and never more so than during the festive season. But department store giant Selfridges have launched a bespoke shopping service to take the stress out of Christmas shopping. Meet Selfridges' 'Elfridges: the band of helpful elves dispersed around the Oxford Street store to make present purchasing more pleasant.
Festive feet: Karl Lagerfeld and Henry Holland create designer stockings for the Selfridges Christmas shop | UPDATED: 14:53 GMT, 22 November 2012 Known and loved for its opulent and glamorous Christmas decor, Selfridges is once again basking in all its creative festive glory this winter. The Oxford Street shop is an institution of fashion and high-end designs, so staying true to its style the deluxe department store has asked designers including Karl Lagerfeld and Henry Holland to create fashionable festive stockings. If you fancy adding some glamour to your fireplace this Christmas, there are also designs by Moschino Cheap & Chic, Maison Martin Margiela and Barbour on offer
Forget ogling men! We're FAR too busy checking out other women… and hoping they'll have more wrinkles and a bigger bottom than we do, confesses LINDA KELSEY | UPDATED: 09:59 GMT, 19 November 2012 Show me a woman who claims not to check out other women’s appearance at every opportunity and I guarantee she’s either carrying a white stick or she’s a fibber. It’s precisely the way I met my best friend
I'm an actor… and I'm faking it! Suspicions grow that Helen Flanagan's tantrums and hissy fits are part of an elaborate game plan | UPDATED: 18:44 GMT, 19 November 2012 Even before she arrived in the jungle camp, Helen Flanagan had show producers, her peers and fans rubbing their eyes in disbelief
Getting festive! Michelle Keegan and Chris Fountain cosy up as they turn on the Christmas lights | UPDATED: 01:12 GMT, 18 November 2012 They play a couple on Coronation Street, and it seems the Michelle Keegan and Chris Fountain are pals off-screen as well.
SPOILER ALERT: Corrie's Leanne Battersby ends her hen party alone and forlorn after a drunken argument with Eva Price | UPDATED: 16:17 GMT, 16 November 2012 Inviting your husband-to-be's former squeeze along to your hen party is never considered to be the best of ideas. So it's little wonder Coronation Street's Leanne Battersby ended what was supposed to be her big night looking decidedly forlorn with a cheap veil plonked on her head
Are those Nadine's big pants, we prefer the white bikini Helen Flanagan puts clothes ON as she tries to set a world underpants record on I'm A Celebrity… PUBLISHED: 22:59 GMT, 15 November 2012 | UPDATED: 00:51 GMT, 16 November 2012 The celebrity camp finally enjoyed some hot food. As there was no Bush Tucker trial, the camp were set a challenge to win food – and they were told they had to break world records to earn meals