From gay Phillip Schofield to Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury burnt after the loss of a Pomeranian puppy. New magazine A look back at the biggest news of 2020 before the New Year.
The year began on January 8 when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they would retire from Instagram as royal seniors. Then a revelation called’Megxit’.
The couple said they would share time between Britain and North America and aim to become financially independent from the royal family in a move that blindly drove the British monarchy.
After a meeting with the high-ranking royal family, it was announced on January 18 that the two would no longer work for the royal family and would not use the royal battleship title. Along with buying a home in California, Harry (36) and Meghan (39) tasted a new project, a charity initiative called Archewell, a TV contract with Net ix, and a podcast partnership with Spotify.
He has been married to wife Stephanie Lowe for nearly 27 years, but on February 8th, Phillip Schofield made a statement on Instagram that he was gay after going through an “inner conflict”. The TV star praised Stephanie (56) and daughters Molly (27) and Ruby (24).
Shortly after, Philip, 58, appeared on’This Morning’ to chat with co-host Holly Will Robbie in an emotional interview.
“Everything you can do in life is honest with yourself. I’ve reached a stage in my life where I think I don’t like myself very much because I’m not honest,” he said.
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Dishonored Hollywood filmmaker Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison after being convicted of rape and sexual assault on March 12. Weinstein was first accused of sexual harassment in October 2017, the #Me Too movement sparked again and swept Hollywood.
67-year-old Weinstein, who has consistently denied cheating, spoke to the court in a wheelchair, saying he felt “deep regret” for the first time upon arriving at the sentence.
Just a few hours later, he was taken to the hospital for chest pain, and after being convicted, he was known to have had heart surgery.
With the coronavirus canceling concerts around the world and closing most of the UK, celebrities gathered together on April 18th to entertain us in the living room.
With the help of the World Health Organization, the special concert was curated by Lady Gaga and saw Elton John, Lizzo, Stevie Wonder and Taylor Swift performing their biggest hits.
A six-hour pre-show aired online with guest appearances with presenters including Jameela Jamil and Matthew McConaughey and everyone from Michelle Obama to Chrissy Teigen. And we all rolled around on the couch.
After spending 12 years as a team leader on a confusing trivia show, Holly Willoughby announced on May 4th that he was leaving for Celebrity Juice.
Holly followed his friend Fearne Cotton, who left the long-lasting series in 2018. Holly reveals his decision on Instagram and writes, “All good things have to end and nothing is forever.”
Cheeky host Keith Lemon, named Holly WiIloughbooby on the show, thanked Holly for her service and said, “Thank you for making me laugh for 12 years.”
But Holly promised not to say goodbye altogether, saying he would be returning as a guest in the future.
Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury died a week after Pomeranian puppy Tommy, 21, brought it home in June after buying Molly-Mae for their 21st birthday.
A dog named Chai was imported from Russia and died of seizures. Fans have criticized the couple on social media for using breeders known to import pets from abroad.
In response, the two filmed a video revealing the results of the dog’s autopsy, which they said had proven that shipping to England had nothing to do with his death.
After Kanye West announced that he was running for U.S. President on July 4th, Kanye West seemed to him and the rest of the Kardashians that everything was going downhill.
Kanye, 43, branded her mother-in-law Chris Jenner as a “white supremacist” and broke up in his first presidential rally. He went on to win 60,000 out of 160 million votes in US elections. this.
And when the next season of’Keeping Up With The Kardashians’, which is scheduled to air the 19th series, broke down, everything went bad. While Kourtney, Kylie and Kendall stepped back from filming, the rapper was accused of canceling the rest of the show.
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Showbiz World was amazed when Sarah Harding announced her diagnosis of advanced-stage breast cancer via social media on August 26th.
Former Girls Aloud star revealed that she learned the news earlier that year before the cancer spread to other parts of the body.
Sarah, 39, has since bravely disclosed’disastrous news’ to fans, and is’fighting’ through’strong treatment’ while recording experiences in the upcoming autobiography Hear Me Out.
The world’s most heartbreaking former direction star Zayn Malik and supermodel Gigi Hadid welcomed their first child on September 23rd. Because it hides the daughter’s name, fans have called it Zigi, the little kid who has the hottest genes.
The couple revealed some of the information about the baby, while 25-year-old Gigi had a “smooth” birth and the baby was “an angel”. Dusk Till Dawn’s singer Zayn, 27, was known to have been “very emotional” at birth and promised to never disappoint her family.
Chrissy Teigen was heartbroken when the model announced that she and singer husband John Legend had lost a baby in October. She was about 20 weeks pregnant.
They gave the name of their son Jack, who was the younger brother of Luna, 4 years old and 2 years old Miles. The couple paid tribute to Jack with a heartbreaking picture in Chrissy’s hospital bed.
“Jack worked so hard to be part of our little family, and he will be forever,” the post said.
It is safe to say that Rita Ora will not forget his 30th birthday sooner or later. Despite the limitations of the second blockade, the singer Hot Right Now continued a brilliant bang at the restaurant Casa Cruz in western London on November 28th.
Upon being arrested, she said the party was “a spur of momentary decisions,” and that she was very sorry and ashamed. She also said “serious and unacceptable judgment errors.”
However, the controversy did not end because the latter, who traveled to Egypt a week before her birthday party, failed to contain it. Oh, Rita…
Writer and podcaster Giovanna Fletcher was honored to be the first castle queen in this year’s I’m A Celeb.
Despite having moved from the Australian jungle to the Welsh Castle due to the plague, the series was still a hit. It had royal revelation and heavy eating habits, and who could have forgotten the “big head”?
Upon winning the show, McFly’s husband Tom Fletcher and 35-year-old Giovanna, who has three sons, said, “Moms can be strong and I think I’ve proved it.”