The controversial columnist and pundit will be the new host of LBC's Sunday morning phone-in show from this weekend (April 10th).
Look out everybody – Katie Hopkins now has her own radio show. One of the most opinionated and controversial figures in British public life will host her own weekly show on Sunday mornings on LBC as of next weekend, it has been announced.
Hopkins, 41, has already proven to be a popular guest pundit on the 10am-midday slot on the capital’s biggest talk show station. She will now co-host the weekly phone-in programme with Andrew Castle, beginning on Sunday April 10th.
The MailOnline columnist and mother-of-three has recently recovered from major brain surgery in order to cure her epilepsy, and was pictured in the London station’s studio on Monday morning (April 4th) to promote her new show.
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'The Apprentice' star claimed that because people owned televisions and microwave ovens, they couldn't be poor.
Businessman and reality TV star Sir Alan Sugar has been branded as an ‘idiot’ and ‘out of touch’ after he suggested in a new interview that poverty doesn’t exist in Britain because poor people own microwaves and televisions.
The 68 year old knight of the realm, who is conservatively estimated to have a personal wealth of around £900 million, was speaking to The Times Magazine in an article that was published on Sunday (October 4th) when he went on an extraordinary rant, claiming that people should travel back in time 60 years to know what poverty is really like.
Sir Alan Sugar claimed that people aren't really poor in the UK because they own microwaves
Hopkins' calling out of celebrity mourners on Twitter upset many, including her former 'Apprentice' boss.
Sir Alan Sugar has told his former protégé Katie Hopkins to “shut up” and called her an idiot, criticising her poorly-timed tweets mocking celebrities who have been mourning the death of Cilla Black over the last 24 hours.
The oft-controversial former ‘Apprentice’ and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ star Hopkins, now a columnist for The Sun, sparked outrage on Sunday (August 2nd) when she took aim at the amount of tributes that were pouring in for the 72 year old on Twitter. She wrote “If there are any celebrities who haven't yet tweeted their sadness over Cilla, please report to Sincerity Services immediately #rushtogush.”
Sir Alan Sugar slammed former 'Apprentice' contestant Katie Hopkins for her comments over Cilla Black's death
The divisive columnist revealed there's a slim chance of paralysis or even death when she undergoes an operation to cure her epilepsy.
Controversial media pundit Katie Hopkins has revealed that she’s terrified that she may “end up paralysed” and may not even survive the brain surgery she’s due to undergo in an attempt to cure her epilepsy.
In an interview with The Sun newspaper, for whom she writes a regular column that she uses as a platform for her notoriously divisive opinions, the 40 year old former ‘Apprentice’ contestant revealed concerns that the surgery, which carries a 1% of death, might leave her three children (India, Poppy and Maximilian) without a mother.
Katie Hopkins is undergoing brain surgery to try to cure her nocturnal epilepsy
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Rita Ora was confirmed as the fourth judge on 'The X Factor's panel for its upcoming 12th series, and the reaction has been mixed to say the least.
Katie Hopkins has become the latest celebrity to launch a criticism of Rita Ora’s accession to ‘The X Factor’s panel, predicting that the pop star will be “hopeless” on the ITV show when it returns in September.
“If her time on ‘The Voice’ is anything to go by, she will be hopeless at telling the truth, congratulate everyone no matter how poorly they perform and fail to get a single act through to the final,” the acid-tongued Hopkins wrote in her regular column in The Sun on Friday (June 19th).
Katie Hopkins has also piled in on Rita Ora's accession to 'The X Factor'
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The controversial Sun columnist says she got a call from social services concerning the welfare of her children, based on a complaint about her Twitter feed.
Katie Hopkins has revealed that she recently received a telephone call from social services concerned about the welfare of her child, apparently based on what she writes on social media.
The 40 year old former contestant on ‘The Apprentice’ was speaking to Management Today and claimed: “I did have a call the other day from part of social services that they were concerned about the welfare of my child based on my Twitter feed, which someone thought might be damaging them. They said they had to call to follow up.”
Katie Hopkins apparently got reported to social services
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Katie Hopkins said stupid things.
Over 150,000 people have signed a petition calling on Katie Hopkins to be sacked by tabloid newspaper The Sun after she described migrants as "cockroaches". Writing in her column, Hopkins said those desperate to reach Britain after humanitarian disasters in their own countries were "feral humans" - calling on the government to deploy "gunships" to stop them landing on shore.
Katie Hopkins faced a huge backlash for her comments on migrants looking to escape disasters in their own country
Hopkins, who's made a career of her shocking opinions, was criticized heavily on Twitter.
Continue reading: Katie Hopkins Petition Grows After Migrant "Cockroach" Comments
The 'Just Give Me A Reason' singer became the latest star to take the battle to the trolls after a picture taken of her at the weekend attracted a ton of negative comments about her body shape.
Pink has become the latest celebrity to speak out against social media body-shaming. The 35 year old singer took to Twitter after receiving some barbed criticisms about her physique, having attended a cancer benefit evening on Saturday (April 11th).
“I can see that some of you are concerned about me from your comments about my weight,” she tweeted on Sunday evening, via a short statement she had prepared and then screen-grabbed.
Pink responded to the body-shamers on Sunday
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The outspoken commentator has ruffled feathers once again
Katie Hopkins can be accused of many things but no one can claim that she is not doing her job. As a woman whose employment depends on her ability to say the most inappropriate thing she can think of to maintain constant public attention, she remains top of her game.
Katie Hopkins has been busy tweeting controversy again
The outlandish columnist has posted yet another series of tweets that have appalled the nation, this time apparently annoyed about dementia patients.
Continue reading: Katie Hopkins' Opinion On Dementia Attracts Criticism
Since giving birth to her daughter last year, the singer has been forced to endure comments about her post-baby figure, and Fox News anchor Chris Wallace has apologised for his remarks.
The Fox News anchor at the centre of the Kelly Clarkson “fat-shaming” controversy this weekend has publicly apologised to the singer at to those offended by his comments. Chris Wallace had made the remarks during an interview with conservative radio pundit Mike Gallagher on the latter’s show.
In a statement issued to Mediaite on Sunday night, the 67 year old anchor said: “I sincerely apologize to Kelly Clarkson for my offensive comment. I admire her remarkable talent and that should have been the focus of any discussion about her.”
Kelly Clarkson was the subject of yet another jibe about her figure