In an interview for Channel 5's 'In Therapy', Nolan revealed that history might be repeating itself with her second husband Ray Fensome.
‘Loose Women’ star Coleen Nolan revealed the depths of her marriage troubles with ex-husband Shane Richie and current spouse Ray Fensome, in a new TV show recorded just before she goes back into the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house.
The 51 year old singer turned presenter, who is to be a contestant on the 2017 edition of the reality show, spoke about her reaction to finding out ex-‘EastEnders’ star Richie, her first husband to whom she was married for nine years, was cheating on her – and her fears that the same might be happening with her current husband Ray.
“I don’t want it to fail again,” Coleen said during the emotional episode of ‘In Therapy’ which aired on Channel 5 on Wednesday night (January 4th). “I really love him but I always feel like I’m having a go at him… That’s horrible. I can’t bear the thought of someone staying with me if they’re not happy.”
Having established themselves as one of the nation's favourite partnerships during their time playing Alfie and Kat in EastEnders, Shane Richie & Jessie Wallace have won numerous awards and millions of fans for their portrayal of Walford's much-loved couple. Robin Hood marks their first pantomime appearance together with Shane in the title role and Jessie his beautiful Maid Marion. Southampton, United Kingdom - Tuesday 18th October 2016
Flushed Away is a prototypical anthropomorphic-fish-out-of-water tale, about a pampered pet rat named Roddy St. James (voiced by Hugh Jackman) who gets accidentally flushed down the toilet of his owners' posh Kensington flat and ends up out of his element in a rat-sized version of London down in the sewers. His attempts to make his way back up top get him mixed up with a sassy lass, Rita (Kate Winslet), who is on the run from a local crime boss and his thugs. Of course, because this is an animated family film, the boss is an ill-tempered toad and one of the henchmen is an albino former lab rat, but the ideas are universal.
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