After months of fan speculation, Atkinson shared a loved-up snap via Instagram on Valentine's Day to confirm her relationship with Gorka.
After months of speculation, Gemma Atkinson has finally confirmed her romance with her former ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ partner Gorka Marquez with an adorable photo she shared for Valentine’s Day.
The 33 year old former ‘Hollyoaks’ star and glamour model, now a radio presenter on Manchester-based Key 103, took part in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ last autumn where she finished as a losing finalist with her professional dance partner Marquez.
As they conquered the dancefloor over several weeks, viewers speculated from their body language that the pair might be romantically engaged as well.
The actress revealed her Christmas plans on breakfast TV
These days the countdown to Christmas doesn’t start with early decorations in shops, perfect present suggestions in September or cheeky July advertisements: it starts when the Christmas entertainment shows begin and this includes BBC favourite Strictly Come Dancing.
Gemma is the fourth participant to be revealed on Strictly Come Dancing
While the popular dance show hasn’t yet hit the screens, it has been ramping up the tension by introducing a new celebrity contestant every day and today was the turn of actress and model Gemma Atkinson.
Continue reading: Gemma Atkinson The Fourth Contestant On Strictly Come Dancing
Gemma Atkinson and various other Celebrities arrive at the 7th Wish Upon A Sparkle launch party held at Media City UK, Manchester, United Kingdom - Tuesday 13th December 2016
Gemma Atkinson on the red carpet at The TV Choice Awards 2016 held at the Dorchester, London, United Kingdom - Monday 5th September 2016
The 'Emmerdale' star appeared on 'This Morning', where she spoke about her gym-oriented lifestyle and hit back at negative online comments about her physique.
Soap star Gemma Atkinson has said that she wants all women to feel comfortable in their own bodies, while speaking about her own fitness regime and cruel comments she’s received calling her “masculine”.
The 31 year old actress, who has held down the role of Carly Hope on ITV’s ‘Emmerdale’ since 2015, was speaking on ‘This Morning’ on Thursday (July 28th) and mentioned how she likes to lift weights at the gym to keep fit.
“I think what it is, with women who go to the gym and weight train think they're going to look masculine and butch,” she said. “When you do finish a session you are pumped up but in day to day life there is… I hate the saying real women should have curves I naturally don't, I'm straight up and down.”
Gemma Atkinson - The British Soap Awards 2016 held at Hackney Town Hall - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 28th May 2016
Gemma Atkinson , Olly Foster - Celebrities arrive at The Old Granada Studios Manchester for the opening of Ultimate Performance Gym at Granada Studios - Manchester, United Kingdom - Sunday 20th September 2015
Frankly, this thriller is a bit behind the curve in its storytelling, so even though it's a solidly well-made example of the found-footage genre, it feels derivative and tired. The script cleverly weaves in real historical events to make it a lot more intriguing, but the screenwriter seems to run out of ideas before the end, resorting to horror cliches and grisly effects that feel rather corny.
The true story took place in February 1959, when nine hikers disappeared while hiking in the snowy Ural mountains. When their bodies were discovered, they had mysterious internal injuries that didn't match their external wounds. The mystery has never been solved, so for her final project, American psychology student Holly (Goss) decides to investigate, travelling to Russia to shoot a documentary with film student Jenson (Stokoe), sound recordist Denise (Atkinson) and two perky mountaineering experts (Albright and Hawley). But when they start climbing to the icy pass, strange things begin to happen around them. Then they stumble into something shocking.
Director Harlin has a great time cranking up a sense of doom, with gleeful references to sinister Soviet experiments, alien sightings and even the existence of a yeti. The locals taunt these too-curious Yanks with tales about the "Mountain of the Dead". And their expedition is intercut with archive photos and footage of the original 1959 hikers. So there's a real sense that these intrepid students could find pretty much anything up there. And since we see everything through Jenson's camera, there's a real sense of wonder about the expansive beauty of the wintry Urals. Meanwhile, the lively young cast has a lot of fun bringing the characters to life through some soapy romantic entanglements and hints of various back-stories.
Continue reading: The Dyatlov Pass Incident [aka Devil's Pass] Review
James (Phillips) is a geeky misfit who has a sign above his head saying "loser". Literally. After his friend Ian (Grant) commits suicide, he receives a message from him that challenges him to learn how to talk to women. His friends (Leonidas and Grezo) encourage him to try, starting with an awkward chat at Ian's funeral with his school crush Hannah (Atkinson). He then starts a mentorship with cocky motivational speaker Ampersand (Conway), a disciple of womanising writer guru Zeus (Kemp). But this will require changing almost everything about himself.
Continue reading: How To Stop Being A Loser Review
Gemma Atkinson and Jason 'J' Brown endured a frightening encounter with a host of unsavoury jungle residents on the new series of I'm a celebrity...
The former Hollyoaks actress and the ex-boyband member were face to face with cockroaches, ants, meal worms and eel slime during the Terror Train and the Temple of Doom Bushtucker Trial, but endured the unpleasant Antipodean visitors to earn three meals for the camp.
Presenter Ant Mcpartlin told the pair that six stars were fixed inside the Temple of Doom, into which they would travel.
"You've got to go in search of them," he explained. "Sit in the cart and then the cart with move through. It will stop four times - when it stops, the star will fall from the ceiling along with some other jungle nastiness," said Ant.
"You have 30 seconds to secure your star before the cart moves again. This happens four times and the final two you find at the end, they're not going to drop, they will be hanging there so feel around for them."
Before the trial began, 'J' reassured Gemma, saying: "When it happens don't think about it, just grab the stars.
"It's going to be nasty - there are going to be things crawling all over us Gemma, are you ready?" he asked.
A bucket of eel slime soon cascaded over Gemma, before a cockroach shower left her screaming: "It's down my top, it's eating me, aaagh! It's nipping my back, the b**tard."
While 'J' was unable to find the star protected by a nest of green ants, Gemma ignored a shower of meal worms to grab a third star, securing a third meal for the contestants.
Back at the camp the contestants joked about a Cerys Matthews-Marc Bannerman wedding, and Janice Dickinson, Anna Ryder Richardson and Christopher Biggins all received special messages from their loved ones.
Continue reading: Gemma And J Take Terror Train
Frankly, this thriller is a bit behind the curve in its storytelling, so even though...