Sol3 Mio going their separate ways

Sol3 Mio going their separate ways

The three members of hit pop-opera trio Sol3 Mio are going back to their individual singing careers…
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Top Entertainment News in 2015

In 2015, some showbiz figures drew more attention for their off-camera exploits than their day jobs. Transgender issues took an Olympic-sized step forward in 2015, as Kardashian step-dad Bruce Jenner officially became Caitlyn Jenner. Another ’80s icon, Bill Cosby, saw his image go from father figure to accused predator, as more than 40 women came forward with sexual misconduct allegations – allegations he has denied. Allegations of sexual misconduct also took down a recent TV powerhouse: The Duggar family of “19 Kids and Counting.” Josh Duggar faced reports he’d molested girls as a teenager — including his sisters, and used the adultery website Ashley Madison– he apologized on both counts. “I have to put a stop to this onslaught, this barrage.” Some of the sexual partners of Charlie Sheen expressed alarm when the hard-living celeb announced he is HIV positive. And it was a devastating deja vu when Bobbi Kristina Brown died at 22, in a manner eerily similar to that of her mother, Whitney Houston.  She was discovered unresponsive in a bathtub. Brian Williams lost his lofty perch as NBC Nightly News anchor, for exaggerating a tale about a helicopter mission during the Iraq war. 2015 also saw quite a shakeup in the late-night landscape: David Letterman signed off after 33 years of top ten lists and stupid pet tricks. Jon Stewart moved on from “The Daily Show” after 16 years, in which he made the comedy show a cultural and political phenomenon… And Stephen Colbert left Comedy Central, too, shedding his faux-pundit persona to take over for Letterman. After a year like this one, when so many people disappeared or disappointed us, it’s no wonder we couldn’t wait to return to a galaxy far, far away, as “Star Wars” returned to theaters with “The Force Awakens.”   (David Daniel, CNN) Copyright 2015 Cable News Network/Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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Will Christmas booze binge kill EastEnders’ Phil Mitchell?

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy. Read our Privacy and Cookie Policy to find out more. Albert Square’s resident bad boy has been part of the show for 25 years, but could this be the end of the line? Poor old Phil Mitchell doesn’t have much luck, does he? After the square’s renowned bad boy recently found himself locked in a room by Gavin with nothing but a bottle of scotch, his drinking has spiralled out of control. And things are about to get a whole lot worse for EastEnders’ resident alcoholic… In a Christmas shocker, Phil – played by Steve Mcfadden, 56, discovers he has cirrhosis of the liver. Viewers will see him being checked over in hospital after rolling his car while drunk. A doctor then tells Phil that the damage is irreparable and he faces an early death if he keeps on drinking. EastEnders has been working alongside the British Liver Trust as well as other experts in the field to help ensure the storyline is portrayed as accurately as possible. Andrew Langford, Chief Executive of British Liver Trust, commented: “Unfortunately Phil’s alcohol related health problems are not unique or that unusual. “Currently in the UK we have an epidemic of liver disease and still the main cause of death from liver disease is alcohol related. It is the third leading cause of premature death in the UK – but is misunderstood and rarely considered in the way of other serious health conditions so it’s really important that EastEnders have chosen to tackle this serious problem. “We all need to have a much better awareness of the damage alcohol is causing and consequently have a much more compassionate understanding of how and why Phil is causing himself so much harm and the devastating affect this is having on his wife, son and others. It is creditworthy that the EastEnders’ team have ensured that this is being portrayed as realistically as possible and have paid such attention to show how so many are affected when a family member has alcohol related liver disease.” Are last orders up for Phil? The soap’s bosses are keeping tight-lipped about whether this spells the end for Phil Mitchell… X Factor: Are Olly Murs and Caroline Flack getting the boot in favour of two HUGE rivals?X Factor © Bauer Consumer Media Ltd, company number: 01176085 registered office 1 Lincoln Court, Lincoln Road, Peterborough PE1 2RF registered in England and Wales. Heatworld is part of Bauer Entertainment News UK
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