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They met while filming Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's talent show Any Dream Will Do. But it seems the happy ending has gone sour for judge Denise van Outen and the contest's winner Lee Mead after four years of marriage.

Westlife singer Nicky Byrne slides off Strictly Come Dancing stage

Former Westlife singer Nicky Byrne became the latest star to slide off the Strictly Come Dancing stage but said the experience had been "so much fun".

Strictly star's nose broken by his wife

Strictly Come Dancing star James Jordan is nursing a broken nose after his wife Ola bust it in rehearsals today.

Denise Van Outen to judge new ITV show

Denise Van Outen is to head up the judging panel on a new ITV1 show.

Minor British Institutions: Essex

Is there a county with a readier, headier image than Essex? No. Essex is brash-blonde-bling, a shining cypher for uncomplicated pursuits like shopping, football and nail polishing. Is it really like that? In parts, but then so is Yorkshire.

Model Lara Stone takes legal action over Playboy photos

Supermodel Lara Stone today announced she is taking legal action after alleging that unauthorised photographs appeared in French Playboy.

Denise Van Outen reveals breastfeeding anxieties

Actress and presenter Denise Van Outen has admitted that she gave up breastfeeding after less than a month.

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As Shakespeare might have said if he'd worked in fashion, "To walk or not to walk the streets in knitted snow boots covered in frolicking reindeer – that is the question."

Ready to Wear: Society holds up an image of beauty that is impossible to achieve

Models – like children – should be seen and not heard. Most recently, proof came in the form of Kate Moss who, promoting her latest fragrance, agreed to a rare – indeed, very rare – interview with Women's Wear Daily. Her choice of a paper aimed at industry insiders was a careful one. It did not protect her from mainstream attention, however.

Phil King: Who says blondes have more fun?

Okay, so realistically the audiences for Denise van Outen's one-woman musical Basildon Blonde will beat my show Killing Alan for audience numbers, revenue and will be more heavily Googled.

Fame-seekers usher in a 'golden age' of theatre schools

Stage schools are experiencing an unprecedented demand for places with some of the best-known academies having to turn down applicants in an era that has been called the "golden age" of fame schools.

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