David Haye's Hayemaker Promotions signs a deal with boxing promotion giant Richard Schaefer to form Hayemaker Ringstar, a new promotion company set to change the landscape of boxing promotion. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 20th January 2017
David Haye - An impressive list of global celebrities, including Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue, Wayne Rooney, Jessie J, Sarah Jessica Parker and Tinie Tempah are supporting Matalan's Christmas charity campaign by modelling their new Alphabet Scarves in aid of Alder Hey Children's Hospital. The famous personalities, as well as patrons, ambassadors and patients of Alder Hey, have shown their support for the campaign by wearing the scarves with their initial displayed as a collegiate style appliqué letter. Jason Hargreaves, Managing Director at Matalan, said: "Family is at the heart of everything we do at Matalan so a partnership with Alder Hey Children's Hospital was a perfect fit for us. "We're extremely excited to be working on such a special project together this Christmas that will help us to raise much needed funds for the hospital whilst offering our customers a perfect gift for their loved ones." The Alphabet Scarves, which have also been modelled by the likes of Helen Mirren, Rod Stewart, Tinie Tempah and Bruce Forsyth, are on sale in Matalan stores across the UK and online at www.Matalan.co.uk priced at £10 and £5 for children, with 100% of profits going straight to Alder Hey. Available in a variety of vibrant winter colours for women, men and children, the scarves feature a collegiate style appliqué letter prefect for gifting loved ones this Christmas. The money raised by Alphabet Scarves will go towards a new state-of-the-art children's hospital, education and research centre 'Alder Hey in the Park'. Planned to open in 2015, Europe's only children's 'hospital in a park' will bring together excellent care, technology and design to provide the best possible healing environment for children and their families. Coupled with first class teaching and research the hospital will be designed to attract the best talent in the world. Louise Barrett, Head of Corporate and Major Giving for Alder Hey Children's Charity "We are incredibly excit - - Tuesday 28th October 2014
'Coronation Street' star Helen donned a black, long-sleeved, figure hugging dress on the red carpet which showed off her famous bust and teamed it bright pink lipstick, a pearl necklace and a nude clutch bag. Her 'I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!' co-star and former Pussycat Doll Ashley looked super classy in a 40s style, halter-neck, sequined gown as she posed for photos alongside her other jungle friend, Heavyweight boxing champion David Haye.
Helen was not the most liked celebrity to the 'I'm A Celeb' viewers and was frequently slated for her reluctance to take part in Bushtucker trials. In the recent post-jungle show 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! Coming out', we saw her reaction to the news of her unpopularity. 'I think what's worse actually is I'm not being funny, I'm not upset, I will be more upset if it upsets my mum so I don't want to talk about the articles because I'm not having my mum being upset', she said of the negative press. 'I think in myself I am so proud of myself because I know how far I've come.'
I'm A Celebrity contestant Helen Flanagan arrived back in the UK this week, wearing the exact same bikini top that she had worn countless times in the jungle. The Coronation Street actress jetted into Manchester Airport and was snapped walking through arrivals wearing the top beneath a loose T-shirt, reports The Sun.
Helen, 22, was rarely seen in anything other than the bikini during her stint on the ITV1 show and seems to want to keep hold of the memories. At the airport, she was also photographed saying goodbye to fellow campmate Eric Bristow, giving him a hug before they went their separate ways. Former Darts champion Bristow - who finished fourth on the show - had reduced Flanagan to tears with several snide comments, though the pair appeared to have made-up by the time they touched down in the UK. After hearing how she liked to melt ice lollies and drink them, Bristow had told Helen, "You've got a fantastic diet at home. That's what's done your skin," before adding, "I'd just squeeze her head and get the pus out all in one go."
Continue reading: Will Helen Flanagan Ever Stop Wearing Her I'm A Celebrity Bikini?
It turns out the I'm a celebrity finale, wasn't really the final show, as there'll be a lovely catch up program tonight (Dec 5th, 2012) so you can see how your favourite stars are doing now they're free from the jungle, The Mirror reports,
The show will focus on what happened when they stumbled out of the jungle, and into the arms of their loved ones, or if you're Helen Flanagan, a massive sandwich. "It was so hard. It was awful," Helen said as she greeted her parents' arms. "It's just such a relief to see my mum and dad. It's just overwhelming you know." She was quick to post a picture of a healthy (in size) sandwich with fries, and, when asked to reminisce, guess what she remembered first? "I think I quite liked my simple jungle life. I didn't have to worry about anything. I got woken up, got my food delivered to me. It was very simple. It was very stress free." Yeah it was food.
Made in Chelsea star Hugo was thinking less about his stomach, and more about his girlfriend. "I'm so happy to be out," Hugo wept onto Nat's shoulder, "I've been thinking about you so much. I tried not to but I did. For the first two weeks, every time I thought of you I was just like no, don't. Too difficult," he cried.
David Haye almost dropped from Heavyweight to Cruiserweight following three weeks of near starvation on jungle reality show 'I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here'.
The boxing champion went into the Australian Bush at a beefy 98 kilograms (that's just over 15 stone or 215 pounds for those of you still thinking in imperial units) but quickly dropped to 92 kilograms (14 stone) after living on a meagre diet of rice and beans every day. Things could've been better for the contestants food-wise if they had been successful during the first week of bushtucker trials; unpleasant challenges contestants are voted to face in order to earn food for their camp. Former Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan was repeatedly put up by the public vote to face the trials due to her extreme phobias and uncontrollable anxieties but was unsurprisingly unsuccessful in most of them meaning that her camp mates got no proper meals other than rice and beans for nearly a week. However, it wasn't immediately obvious to the female viewers out there that David's physique was being compromised and he took ample opportunity to flaunt his sexy six pack to those who tuned in.
The sports star took to Twitter upon weighing himself and wrote: "My Jungle diet of beans & rice for 3 weeks sent me from 98kg to 92kg. Time to start eating some proper food and pumpin some serious weights!" He is still able to compete in the Heavyweight category, however, as the limit for Cruiserweight is 91 kilos.
Helen Flanagan could sit out of the gruelling challenges on this year's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here because of concerns over her panic attacks. The former Coronation Street star has reportedly asked to be exempt from the infamous bushtucker trials, according to The Mirror.
Flanagan was announced as part of the 10-strong team for the latest instalment of the jungle reality show, which also includes boxer David Haye and Eastenders actress Charlie Brooks. One unnamed celebrity feared they could end up doing more tasked because of Flanagan's free-pass, telling a friend, "It wouldn't be fair on everyone else as producers wouldn't want to take any chances..You have to question how many tasks she could miss." The actress wouldn't be the first to sit out of tasks, with nutritionist and television personality Gillian McKeith allowed to be exempt a couple of years ago. Helen, who played Rose Webster on Corrie for years, is reportedly getting around £150,000 for her two-week stint in the jungle and has been installed as third favourite with the bookmakers, behind Haye and comedian Brian Conley.
Flanagan, who is dating Manchester City footballer Scott Sinclair, had to briefly stop filming Coronation Street after suffering from panic attacks on-set. "I didn't know what might have caused it. I am trying to work out what triggers them," she said at the time.
Continue reading: Helen Flanagan Exempt From I'm A Celebrity Tasks Over Panic Attacks?
It's official! People apparently still care about I'm A Celebrity . Get Me Out Of Here! We weren't sure to be honest, but we're reliably told that some people will still be tuning into the show when the new series kicks in. ITV have just revealed the names of the ten celebrities who are going to be making the trek to the jungle down under and, boy, when they say celebrities do they mean (loosely-termed) celebrities. The show starts this weekend on November 11, so let's see who they've got in!