Rapper Tinchy Stryder and Reality TV personality Kendra Wilkinson have become the newest celebs in I'm A Celebrity to be kicked out from the jungle.
The twosome got voted out of the event in a double elimination.
This move means that Melanie Sykes, Edwina Currie, Carl Fogarty and Jake Quickenden are the final four in the program. After this shock news, the duo stated gave rushed goodbyes before they were interviewed by Ant and Dec.
Tinchy Stryder's partnership with the Chuckle Brothers has turned into an internet sensation, collecting more than 550000 hits in just twenty four hours.
To Me, To You (Bruv), taken from the British artists upcoming album 360, boasts the grime rapper along with comedy duo Paul and Barry Elliott as well as plays on the popular sketches from their 1990s television show. The duo is spotted arguing over a ladder before they joined the music star for a table tennis game.
In spite of all the rumors of a split, US pop singer Madonna had some time out with his boy toy Timor Steffens earlier on Sunday night. The couple was with an entourage seeing Sleep No More at McKittrick Hotel before going to Gallow Green rooftop, where they cuddled over dinner.
As Madge left the place, she happened to run into Rihanna. An insider told that they laughed and smiled and after that they went to their separate ways. Madge recently has also been in the recording studio with producers including Blood Diamonds, Diplo and DJ Dahi.
Nadine Coyle, the former Girls Aloud star, was showered with flowers and gifts previous night after her West End stage debut. Nadine was snapped as she was leaving the London Palladium following her very first performance in 'Lord Of The Dance: Dangerous Games. She was greeted by a very excited crowd.
Ne-Yo, the Grammy winning multi platinum singer would bring the popular hits to the Fenway Park on 27th July for a benefit to start a US$ 1 million campaign started by HealthBridge and CareOne Management to back employees as well as their families in battling cancer. The effort was built up after Dan Grimes, a HealthBridge executive, of Carver, MA, was diagnosed with lung cancer.