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Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

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I'm a Celebrity 2013: The Wright Stuff presenter Matthew Wright

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I'm a Celebrity 2013: Royal fashion designer David Emanuel

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Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

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Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

I'm a Celebrity 2013: TOWIE reality TV star Joey Essex

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I'm a Celebrity 2013: Snooker world champion Steve Davis

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The help desk: 'I'm a single mother in my forties and I dread any social event'

Q. I'm a single mother in my forties and I think I've begun to develop some kind of social phobia. People think of me as quite a confident person. I'm fine dealing with people in my work and at the school gate (I have two sons aged 11 and 14), but I dread any social event.

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Book review: Pig's Foot, by Carlos Acosta (trs by Frank Wynne)

There is a character in this novel called Melecio, a precociously multi-talented child from a penniless village who can spontaneously compose poetry and single-handedly invents Art Deco architecture when he is just 16. The narrator turns out to be a similarly gifted individual whose literary ability is recognised from an early age. You may read something into the fact that the author is the Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, whose extraordinary ballet skill was recognised globally when he was still in his teens. He is now an actor and choreographer whose autobiography, No Way Home, was released to great acclaim in 2007.

Singer Sia has agreed to donate the fee she received from a recent Eminem collaboration to an LGBT charity

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