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Casting Call – February 1

Dan Stevens and Rebel Wilson look set to work together again on romantic comedy How To Be Single.

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Stars set for Oscar Nominees Luncheon

Tomorrow is the annual Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Los Angeles with lots of this year’s awards hopefuls due to attend.

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Now You Hear Me…

I’m excited because I’m back with a weekly entertainment news podcast!

My friend Angie Greaves and I used to record these every week but had to stop last year when I changed jobs.

But now we’re back!!

This week, we’re talking about David Tennant, David Oyelowo, Prince, the Oscars and much more.

Do have a listen – it’s only 10 minutes long.

And if you want to find out more about Angie, her website is http://www.feeling-fab.com You’ll find loads of great articles to make your life Fabulous as well as a weekly entertainment column from me.

Casting Call – January 25

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Pharrell Williams has landed a guest star role on The Simpsons. He’ll appear in the 26th season of the show in an episode called Walking Big & Tall. Pharrell will appear as himself in a story which will see him offer to write an anthem for the city of Springfield.

Sherlock actress Lara Pulver and Peter Davison will join Imelda Staunton in the new West End production of Gypsy. The musical opens at the Savoy Theatre on March 28. Pulver will reprise the role of Louise in the show which is transferring to london after a successful run in Chichester. Davison takes over the role of Herbie from Kevin Whateley.

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Looking forward to London theatre

For the first time in a while, there are lots of new plays coming into London that I actually want to see.

Usually I get my fill of theatre when I’m in New York. I tend to fill my week with back-to-back shows. There’s been little in London that I’ve wanted to see.

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