British Tv star Dani Behr has split from her husband after almost nine years of marriage.
The mother-of-two, best known for hosting U.K. shows including 1990s music series The Word, separated from U.S. restaurateur Carl Harwin last July (13).
Behr has blamed the breakdown of the marriage on Harwin's gruelling work schedule.
Continue reading: Dani Behr Splits From Husband
WAG Carly Zucker has become the third contestant voted off I'm A Celebrity
Get Me Out of Here! after a public vote.
The fiancee of Chelsea star Joe admitted she had "really struggled" during her time in the Australian jungle.
She follows Robert Kilroy-Silk and Dani Behr off the ITV1 reality show.
Like Dani before her, Carly complained about the behaviour of 80s pop star David Van Day, calling him "very selfish".
"He says things with a smug look on his face - he loves winding people up," she told Ant and Dec.
Of her stay in the camp, Carly admitted: "It wasn't how I imagined it would be."
But she added: "I've got some good experiences out of it - I made some good friends.
"Me and Nicola [McLean] are going to be true friends when we're out of here. The next few days, she's probably going to be like a dog pining for its owner," she added.
Former Eastenders actor Joe Swash and TV veteran Esther Rantzen are the bookmakers' favourites to win the current series.
Continue reading: Carly Zucker Is Third To Leave I'm A Celebrity Camp
I'M A CELBRITY.. GET ME OUT OF HERE! contestant DAVID VAN DAY celebrates his birthday today (November 28th) and has spent the previous few days wondering about the celebrations.
Viewers of the show have been aware of his musings on any potential surprises, given his habit of talking to himself in his hammock.
On the subject of his looming birthday, he mumbled: "That'll be nice. Well it'll be different. We could have a big party. Well, as big as the parties are allowed to be in the jungle."
He wondered if some members of the camp would sing Happy Birthday to him reluctantly, more than likely referring to Nicola McLean who has not seen eye to eye with the former DOLLAR singer since he entered the camp.
Meanwhile, Dani Behr has become the second contestant to be voted out of the camp after losing the public vote.
Dani who now lives in Sydney with her family said she was looking forward to seeing her two children.
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Television presenter Dani Behr has become the second contestant voted off I'm A Celebrity
Get Me Out of Here! after a public vote.
The 34-year-old follows Robert Kilroy-Silk out of the Australian jungle after polling the lowest number of votes.
"I can't wait to see my babies," the former host of The Word said upon learning of her eviction.
The mother-of-two caused some rows during her stay in the camp over her 'controlling' approach to cooking, but said she had never planned on taking control of culinary duties.
"It became this big issue no one said they wanted to at first, then they all started saying they wanted to. The boredom was the worst thing - I haven't done anything since my trial right at the beginning," she told Ant and Dec.
Speaking about her friendships while on the ITV1 show, Dani said she had bonded with Nicola McLean, with former Eastenders actor Joe Swash dubbing the pair the "it girls".
"I didn't expect to get on with Nicola - I didn't know who she was," Dani revealed. "But I loved her honesty.
"I was honest with everyone - the only thing that got to me was Timmy [Mallett]'s laugh.
"I was like 'just shut up' - it's non-stop. What was even worse is one-to-one he's a nice guy but plays up for the cameras."
Dani said she wanted Joe or ex-Blue member Simon Webbe to win.
Continue reading: Dani Behr Becomes Second Celebrity To Leave Jungle
Esther Rantzen has won immunity from this week's public vote on I'm A Celebrity
Get Me Out of Here! after winning a coffin-based Bush Battle.
Along with Martina Navratilova, Nicola McLean and Brian Paddick, Esther took part in an arduous task on the ITV1 reality show.
The four celebrities were instructed to pack their belongings for an overnight stay in the jungle only to be told they were to spend the night in an underground coffin with only jungle creatures to keep them company.
The celebrity to last the longest without screaming the show's title to escape from the coffin would be exempt from the public's vote.
And as they were locked into their unorthodox beds, Esther remarked: "I cannot leave this magical experience without having a glimpse at hell."
Nicola cried out: "Im a celebrity, get me out of here," within seconds to be removed from the coffin.
"I didn't even like that thing being closed, I've let myself down, I came here to confront my fears and I'd like to have done it but I can't," she explained.
"I dont want to be voted off first, nobody does, but I won't see this as being voted off."
As the rangers poured cockroaches into the coffins, Esther's attempt to lengthen her stay in the camp by telling the critters fairytales and reciting Cinderella.
Martina was the next to decide she had endured enough, saying: "None of us want to be the first person to go but it wasn't worth the anxiety, it's up to the public, let the chips fall where they may."
And Brian soon followed, commenting: "The thing was to give it a go and after three bucket loads of critters I felt it was the time to quit."
Esther then calmly asked to be allowed out of the coffin and is immune from the public vote this week.
"I was up against such talent, Martina, Brian as bold as an iron and I won, not in a million years did I think I would, that's amazing," the TV presenter said after her ordeal.
Meanwhile in the camp, Dani Behr complained of her boredom, Joe Swash and Esther discussed losing their virginity and firm friends David Van Day and Timmy Mallett plotted a chart comeback - with a song called Biff, Baff, Boff.
Continue reading: Esther Wins Immunity From Jungle Vote After Coffin Task
British TV pin-up Dani Behr's American breakthrough show BOY MEETS BOY is being slammed by morality watchdogs weeks before it starts.
The reality dating show, which features homosexual men trying to find a partner while straight actors hamper their plans by playing gay, has been criticised for being a "sickness" by upset conservatives.
Top evangelist BOB HARRINGTON is urging TV bosses to pull the plug on the show, stating, "They are flipping the bird at God, capitalising on lust and thumbing their noses at decency."
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Television station BRAVO are to go ahead this summer (03) with America's first primetime gay-themed reality dating series.
Called BOY MEETS BOY, the show features an eligible man searching for a love match from a pool of 15 potential partners.
But, in a similar twist to the Fox network's JOE MILLIONAIRE, some of the 15 are actually straight men pretending to be gay, unbeknownst to the bachelor.
Continue reading: New Gay Reality Dating Show For Bravo