Coming 2 America is an unfunny disaster for representation

Coming 2 America is an unfunny disaster for representation

Eddie Murphy’s much-anticipated sequel to the 1988 comedy is archaic in its portrayal of both bla…
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ITV Saturday Night Takeaway viewers blown away by Davina McCall’s real age

The former Big Brother presenter guest starred on the show last night as she took part in Ant and Dec's prank spin-off show I'm A Celebrity Get Out Of Me Ear. Davina was a guest star on Saturday Night Takeaway and fans were distracted as she showed what a great sport she is, impressing with her sense of humour. She pranked a group of volunteers thinking they were taking part in a fitness app, reports the Manchester Evening News. And fans of the family show rushed to say Davina doesn't seem to have aged since she became a household name as the presenter of Big Brother in 2000. The 53-year-old mother-of-three wowed in her fitness gear as she pretended to direct the app as hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly fed hilarious instructions into an earpiece. During her recent stint on the second series of The Masked Singer she won hearts with her glam wardrobe and for clapping back at a nasty comment online. She was applauded for sharing an unedited image that revealed the line from her jeans as she posed in a silky dress. But one social media user commented: “Old over sun-kissed woman should cover up … stunning dress but not for the wrinkly crinkly… demure for the mature.” She replied: “Really sorry. Absolutely no chance of demure over here Sue… growing old disgracefully is far more fun,” alongside multiple laughing emojis. Another week she was told by a fan that she “gives us 'young girls in our 50s much hope” as she dazzled in a sheer black dress teamed with big pants. On Saturday Night Takeaway she was horrified when Ant and Dec directed her to say something mean about fellow fitness guru Joe Wicks as part of the prank and she branded him 'a big fat fake.' “I love Joe Wicks so much. I love him,” she addressed afterwards, saying she felt bad about the joke. “You don't have to be fit just look at this gang. If they can do it you can do it,” she also said as a joke insult to the participants. Davina also did a fake fitness move called the 'Silly Sausage' and stuffed her face with marshmallows while her unsuspecting guests worked out.
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Legendary Burnley footballer marks 60 years of wedded bliss

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