Emmerdale fans amazed by star Katie Hill's powerful voice

Emmerdale star Katie Hill has left fans amazed with her powerful voice.

The actress — who portrays Sarah Sugden in the long-running ITV soap — is the latest cast member to take part in online series Woolpack Sessions.

Katie serenaded viewers with a wonderful rendition of Ariana Grande’s ‘Almost Is Never Enough’, and viewers were left in shock at her powerful voice — with several fans taking to social media to voice said amazement.

The web series has given fans of the serial drama a little something extra to look forward to during the week since episodes were reduced due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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It was revealed yesterday that the soap will continue filming beyond the already-planned lockdown episodes, meaning that it won’t be going off the air.

Emmerdale continues Friday 29 May at 7pm on ITV.

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Emmerdale star confirms return to soap as she takes on 10k challenge for nurses

Emmerdale icon Sally Dexter is taking on an incredibly important mission along with many others to fundraise for the NHS and ICU staff who have saved so many lives during the COVID-19 pandemic – and has admitted that training for the event hasn’t been traditional due to the lockdown.

Best known for playing Faith Dingle in the soap, Sally is taking on a 10k bike challenge – and you can help the cause by donating. Her only dilemma is what to wear – as she joked to Metro.co.uk that she is consiering going full Faith Dingle!

Watch those heels, Sally!

She told us in an exclusive chat: ‘I was inspired by my niece Katy- who’s been a qualified nurse for over four years now. She volunteered to join the ICU at The Royal Berks Hospital when corona kicked off  – we’re all so proud of her!

‘I’ll be doing the 10K on me bike – from Vauxhall Bridge to Richmond Bridge. It’s slightly nerve wracking as it’s been a while since I’ve done a longish distance like that!

‘I’ve been trying to prepare by strutting my stuff to rock and roll and anything else on my iTunes list for about 30mins a day , plus joining Joe Wicks and family for his morning P. E sesh! With a bit of yoga to get my breath back…

‘It’s to raise funds for all the staff up and down the land for our ICUs but it came about to mark the end of a year’s cancer treatment for Jess Sykes, one of the top literary agents for ITG!

‘I don’t thinks she expected so many people to join in- but after the story line I had in Emmerdale- I couldn’t resist! Wish us luck or even better- donate if you can!’

You can donate via the JustGiving page set up for the challenge here.

Meanwhile, Sally has shared that she feels she has been socialising more than ever since lockdown but can’t wait to return to work – and that includes revisiting Faith, thank goodness!

She smiled: ‘I’ve spent more time on the phone and Zoom and all that computer contact stuff than I can remember doing before so it doesn’t seem like social isolation at all! It’s strange to be so physically distant though.

‘I couldn’t say I have a regular routine other than the exercise – and watching Star Trek ( the original ) at 6 pm- oooh I know how to live! But I feel like I’m quite busy! I love poetry- and have learnt the odd verse to keep the brain cells a- ticking!’

She added with great enthusiasm: ‘I can’t wait to start work again! And of course I hope Emmerdale and I cross paths again- my mum would never forgive me if it didn’t!’

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That said, Sally is also extremely fond of stage work and has spoken out of the importance of protecting the arts during a time when the theatre industry is at such high risk.

She told us: ‘I really think the Arts have all got a vital role to play in how we sort all this out in our heads and hearts. Everyone’s been through an extraordinary time – there’s a lot for us all to share.

‘And it’s really important for us to celebrate life- for those that are gone because of this awful virus- and those of us that are still here- to share, celebrate and cherish it, that’s what it’s all about.’

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Anthony James Dies: ‘Unforgiven’ & ‘In The Heat Of The Night’ Actor Was 77

Anthony James, an instantly recognizable character actor who often played the creepy guy including in Best Picture Oscar winners In the Heat of the Night and Unforgiven, died May 26 of cancer. He was 77.

James had made a single brief appearance on a TV series when Norman Jewison cast him as the killer Ralph in 1967’s In the Heat of the Night, starring Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger. The film went on to win five Oscars, including Best Picture.

He would bookend his career with a key role in Unforgiven as the slimy brothel owner Skinny Dubois, who ends up on the losing end of Bill Munny’s gun. That 1992 pic starring and helmed by Eastwood won four Academy Awards, including the marquee prize, and would be James’ final screen credit.

It was the second time an Eastwood character would dispatch James in a revenge Western. Two decades earlier, his Cole Carlin was whipped then rope-strangled in the street by the Stranger in High Plains Drifter, which Eastwood also directed.

James appeared in scores of TV shows and movies, even playing a comical crook who again is shuffled off this mortal coil by the Good Guy. That time it was Leslie Nielsen’s Lt. Frank Drebin, who kills James’ Hector Savage with a firehose stream to the mouth in the 1991 sequel The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear. It would be James’ penultimate film role in a big-screen career that also included Blue Thunder, Hearts of the West, Return to Witch Mountain, Burnt Offerings and Vanishing Point.  

But James worked most in TV, guesting on some of the most popular drama series of the 1970s and ’80s, and a few from the ’60s including Gunsmoke and The Big Valley. During the Me Decade, he appeared on such shows as Quincy, M.E., Vega$, Starsky and Hutch, Charlie’s Angels, S.W.A.T., Police Story, The Streets of San Francisco and Ironside. His Reagan-era TV credits include The A-Team, Simon & Simon, Hunter, Riptide, The Fall Guy, Knight Rider, Star Trek: The Next Generation and the all-in comedy Sledge Hammer!

Music fans might recognize James as the skeevy and handsy manager/boyfriend in the video for Poison’s 1988 single “Fallen Angel.”

Born Jimmy Anthony on July 22, 1942, in Myrtle Beach, SC, he reversed his name to avoid confusing with another actor. After high school, he and his mother to a train to Los Angeles, where he pursued acting. After his screen days, James focused on painting, and more than 100 of his works were sold at galleries in Boston, New York, San Francisco, Santa Fe, NM, and Japan.

The bookish James also wrote poetry and published Language of the Heart, a book of his paintings and poetry, in 1994. His memoir, Acting My Face — a title borrowed from an oft-told story about his acting idol Marlon Brando — was published in 2014.

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'We Are Freestyle Love Supreme' Trailer: Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hip-Hop Improv Group Takes the Spotlight

If you remember watching the early days of the American version of Whose Line is it Anyway? in the late ’90s and early 2000s, you probably recall a game in which performer Wayne Brady would essentially freestyle his way through a song based on a suggestion from the audience. But he wasn’t the only one doing hip-hop improv around that time.

There was also Freestyle Love Supreme, a small improv group comprised of future big names like Lin-Manuel Miranda. That group is the subject of a feature length documentary called We Are Freestyle Love Supreme which played at Sundance earlier this year, and it’s about to debut on Hulu in just a few days. Here’s the first trailer.

We Are Freestyle Love Supreme Trailer

Freestyle Love Supreme was co-founded in 2003 by Miranda, Anthony Veneziale, and Thomas Kail, the latter of whom would go on to direct stage versions of In the Heights and Hamilton (and who was just today tapped to direct a Fiddler on the Roof remake). It featured a rotating cast of soon-to-be big names in American musical theater, none bigger than Miranda himself, who wrote and starred in the aforementioned Heights and Hamilton. Christopher Jackson, who played Benny in Heights and George Washington in Hamilton and also has credits on things like Moana, Oz, and Bull, was also on board, and Utkarsh Ambudkar, who you might recognize from The Mindy Project or the time he recapped the Oscars in rap form on stage halfway through the ceremony, was among the later additions to the cast.

The group actually had a short-lived television series on a network called Pivot several years ago, and you can watch a couple of clips from that below:

Here’s a behind the scenes video from Playbill from 2013, as well as a TEDx performance:

Andrew Fried directed We Are Freestyle Love Supreme. He’s a producer with a long list of credits and has also directed episodes of Chef’s Table, among other things. Here’s the documentary’s official synopsis:

Before the world knew of the Broadway musicals In The Heights and Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda started an improv hip-hop group called Freestyle Love Supreme. This film chronicles the group’s 15-year journey, culminating with performances in 2019.

We Are Freestyle Love Supreme arrives on Hulu on June 5, 2020. Here’s the official poster:

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Outlander deleted scene: Jamie Fraser threatened by Geillis Duncan after Claire’s beating

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Claire (played by Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) married to protect one another in the first run of Outlander. However, they slowly grew to love one another and their romance has stood the test of time. However, this was not always the case as Claire struggled to adapt to the rules of marriage in the 18th Century.

After disobeying her husband, Claire is smacked on the bum several time by Jamie, while the rest of their group leaves to her screams from the pub below.

The pair later reconcile but the moment appeared to have riled up Claire’s friend Geillis (Lotte Verbeek) when she found out.

A deleted scene shows Geillis issuing a waring to Jamie as she promises to seriously harm him if he beats Claire again.

In the clip, Geillis can be seen in the Great Hall at Castle Leoch with no one around her – or at least what viewer may have thought.

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She calls out: “You can come out now Jamie Fraser.”

The highlander is shocked to find that Geillis knew where he was hiding but the time traveller reveals his smell gave him away.

“A man’s sweat,” she explains. “It couldn’t be Arthur. He’s too prissy to work up a good lather.”

The pair joke a little before Jamie begins to leave the hall, which is when Geillis makes it clear he shouldn’t harm a hair on Claire’s head.

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She remarks: “I saw your new bride earlier. Don’t worry Jamie, she’ll recover despite your beating her.

“Claire is a strong woman. But if you ever tan her hide again or wound her heart, you would be amazed at my concoctions can do to a body. It would be a shame to ruin such a pretty package.”

Jamie is never seen to hit Claire again in the Outlander series – perhaps it was due to the warning from Geillis which didn’t make the final cut.

The archive clip comes after author Diana Gabaldon reveals she wrote a scene for Young Ian (John Bell) in season five which was cut out for being too “explicit”.

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Young Ian returns to Fraser’s Ridge after spending time with the Mowhawk but his arrival isn’t entirely happy as it’s revealed he’s harbouring a dark secret.

While Young Ian doesn’t open up about what happened with the Mohawk, Diana had planned to give viewers a clue.

She explained to Town & Country: “So with regard to Ian, the first discussion was that they wanted Ian’s past to be hinted at.

“And said, ‘We want some sort of concrete hint as to what has happened to him without actually telling the story.’”

“So I had written a brief scene in which Ian is coming home to the Ridge,” she continued.

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“And he stops at a distance and is just sitting there, looking at the light from the windows, and obviously feeling outside and lonely.

“I had written in a brief flashback at that point, where we see him with the Mohawk.

“He was in a wood and looking out through the leaves at something. And we just see a close up of a woman’s hands folding back a deer hide from the face of a dead baby, and then folding it back over and putting it in a tree limb.”

Diana continued: “They thought that was too explicit, so they took it out. The line: ‘It’s something between a man and his wife’ is as close as they wanted to go.”

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Cobra Kai Leaving YouTube Before Season 3, Where Will It Stream? – Report

Season 3 of YouTube Premium’s Cobra Kai has yet to premiere. According to a new report, though, when the Karate Kid sequel series is finally released, it’ll likely be on a different streaming service.

Deadline is reporting that Sony TV has shopped the already-completed third season around. That came to pass when YouTube reportedly told Sony it would air Season 3, but would not be ordering future seasons. While it’s believed that all of the streaming services approached were interested, it has come down to Netflix and Hulu as potential homes for the series.

This news comes as YouTube continues shying away from premium original programming. Cobra Kai remains one of only two scripted original series on the service. The other is Liza on Demand, a comedy starring YouTuber Liza Koshy.

Previously, it canceled shows like Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television, Do You Want To See A Dead Body, and Impulse. Step Up: High Water, a spin-off of the Step Up franchise of movies, was also canceled by the service in 2019. That show was recently resurrected by the Starz cable network, which ordered a new season.

As for the future of Cobra Kai, Deadline says the deal being shipped around to streamers will include exclusive streaming rights for the new season–and presumably any future seasons–and non-exclusive access to the first two seasons.

There’s currently no date set for the premiere of Season 3, regardless of where it ends up. Hopefully, that is revealed soon so we can see what happened after the Season 2 cliffhanger ending.

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EastEnders legend Patsy Palmer says it was a ‘big mistake’ for the soap to go to four episodes a week – The Sun

PATSY Palmer is as much a part of EastEnders as the Queen Vic pub – but that doesn’t mean she agrees with the decisions of her paymasters.

Patsy— best known for playing Bianca Jackson — believes the decision for the soap to show four episodes a week was a “big mistake”.

And despite making two comebacks in the past 18 months alone, she says she never watches the BBC1 soap and doesn’t know who any of her new colleagues are.

She revealed: “I haven’t watched EastEnders for six years, so when I go back I have no idea who anyone is. There’s all new people there.

“That’s how that show goes. I don’t know what’s going to happen to it.

“When I was on set I was talking to one of the writers and I said they should never have had EastEnders go three or four times a week. It was a big mistake in my book.

“They should have kept it at two times a week, not followed what all the other soap operas did.

“They should have stayed at two times a week and written really solid, good stories that lasted for quite some time instead of chopping and changing.

"Now you go away from it for a week, come back and don’t know what’s going on.”

The series, which began in 1985, upped its weekly episode count from two to three in 1994, then to four in 2001.

Rival soaps have made a similar move, with Coronation Street now airing six shows a week.

Ironically, EastEnders is now back down to two episodes a week, as the series is eked out amid the Covid-19 shutdown.

Patsy added: “I just feel like they should have stayed at two times a week, and now they’ve gone back to two a week. But it’s weird we’d just had that conversation.”

If you could let me know this weekend’s lottery numbers while you’re making predictions Patsy, that’d be great.

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CORONATION Street’s Andy Whyment, who plays Kirk, is excited to get back to filming but said: “There’s going to be no kissing or holding hands.

"If Kirk is walking down the street with Beth, we’d sometimes link or hold hands.”

Kate and Koji land series two

KATE & Koji wasn’t just a surprise lockdown hit – it was also ITV’s biggest sitcom success since Birds Of A Feather and Benidorm.

And that is why the six-part show, which starred Vera star Brenda Blethyn, is now returning for a second series which ITV hopes to film and air next year.

The comedy features Brenda as seaside cafe owner Kate, who strikes up an interesting relationship with customer Koji, an asylum-seeking African doctor played by Jimmy Akingbola.

A TV insider said: “It’s a show with an unusual setting and character dynamic but it’s still gained a terrific audience, with the first episode in March attracting five million viewers.

“Though it’s probably helped by Brenda having such a devoted following thanks to playing no-nonsense detective DCI Vera Stanhope.”

It’s great to see a successful sitcom back on ITV.

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LIAR star Joanne Froggat broke her own social media ban to read comments on her Laura Nielson portrayal.

She said: “I reply very occasionally. I often like things so people know I’ve read it. I don’t reply to anything negative.”

Russ mum hooked on fest

GAVIN & Stacey actor Russell Tovey has been a regular face on TV for more than 20 years and has just landed a lead role in new drama The Sister, by Luther creator Neil Cross.

But despite his success, he can still get embarrassed by his mum, as he recently revealed in BBC Radio 5’s Headliners podcast.

While filming in San ­Francisco, Russell took her to a sadomasochism festival, where she took lots of ­pictures and posted them on Facebook. Unfortunately someone reported her and they had to be taken down.

He said: “My mum was ­literally going up to people, tapping them on the shoulder and going, ‘Does that not hurt when you put that hook in there?

"What are those marks from? Can I get a picture with you? What’s that dangling down there’?

“She’s the most open- minded woman you will ever meet. She puts them all up on Facebook.

"There’s lots of nudity and piercings all over the place. I was like, ‘Mum, you can’t!’ ”

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Jamie's in limbo

WITH plans for Strictly Come Dancing still up in the air due to Covid-19, posh boy Jamie Laing insists he still does not know when he’ll get to appear on the show.

Last year the Made in Chelsea star, had to drop out after an injury, only to watch his replacement, Kelvin Fletcher, go on to win the competition.

Speaking on yesterday’s This Morning show on ITV, he said: “I’ll sit by my phone and wait.

"I had my chance last year and obviously I didn’t do that well – it was the quickest exit ever.

“If they come calling this year then, yeah, I would love to dance and I would love to do it. But I just don’t know at the moment.”

I never thought I’d feel sorry for the heir to a multi-million-pound fortune.

Actually, I still don’t.

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Why Jorge Garcia had to leave Hawaii Five-0

Jorge Garcia stole everyone’s heart as the lovable Hurley on Lost  and after a short hiatus from the small screen, he returned as a fan-favorite on Hawaii Five-0. The actor first appeared on Five-0 in Season 4 as recurring conspiracy theorist Jerry, according to TV Insider. Since Garcia’s character was a huge hit, he was promoted to a series regular in Season 6.

According to Distractify, Season 9 of the show ended with two main characters in the line of fire, including Garcia’s Jerry. Season 10 opened with Jerry getting hit by a bullet and spending the episode figuring out what to do with his life. In the end, according to Entertainment Weekly, the character decides to leave the Five-0 team and follow his lifelong dream of writing a book.

Fans were crushed — everyone loved Jerry! Which got the internet wondering, did something happen on set? What is the real reason Garcia had to leave the show?

Jorge Garcia is 'grateful' for his time on 'Hawaii Five-0' — and there's a chance he'll be back

Fans and critics were shocked when Jorge Garcia announced he was leaving Hawaii Five-0 after many seasons. And as a huge fan-favorite, Garcia’s departure immediately sparked questions. Why would Garcia, one of the most beloved characters of the show, leave?

Breathe easy: He’s coming back! Okay, not as a full cast member, but Entertainment Weekly reported that Garcia’s character Jerry will still be making guest appearances on the show. “I’m grateful for my time on Hawaii Five-0,” the former Lost actor told TVLine in September 2019. “I loved getting to return to the islands, and creating a character that connected with so many people. Playing Jerry was a blast, and I look forward to popping in again to play with my TV ‘ohana’.”

Showrunner Peter Lenkov also chatted with TVLine. “Jorge was a breath of fresh air from the very moment he joined the cast, and fans immediately took to Jerry’s quirkiness as well as his kindness,” he shared. “There will always be a place for Jorge and Jerry on Hawaii Five-0.”

So, why did the lovable Garcia leave? Because he’s a very busy man. According to Distractify, his slew of upcoming projects includes movies (like drama Nobody Knows I’m Here and thriller Running Out of Time) and co-hosting a bi-weekly podcast. We don’t blame him for needing a little breathing room! But that said, we can’t wait to see him back on-screen soon.

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Sister Wives’ Meri Brown ‘spent the night’ with husband Kody after major marriage problems – The Sun

SISTER Wives star Meri Brown "spent the night" her husband Kody despite their suspected split.

Kody and third wife Christine’s daughter Ysabel, 17, said on Facebook Live that her father had spent the night at Meri’s home the day before, according to All About the Tea.

She continued that Kody, 51, would likely spend that night with second wife Janelle, 50.

As Sister Wives fans know, Kody “rotates” homes during the week, though it has been long-rumored that his home base is with fourth and “favorite” wife Robyn, 41.

Meri, 49, hasn’t posted him on social media since January 2019.

He was spotted in one of her Facebook Live videos earlier this month when he stopped by to have her sign legal papers.

Kody and Meri’s marriage has been on the rocks for years.

On Sister Wives, Meri has contemplated leaving the family.

In 2014, Kody divorced her to marry fourth and "favorite" wife Robyn, 41, which Meri cried over on the most recent season.

She was involved in a catfish scandal and fell in love with another man, who ended up being a woman.

On the most recent Sister Wives season, Meri admitted their marriage has been “pretty rocky for a while,” while Kody “regretted” their relationship.

He explained on an episode: “I feel like I was deceived into a relationship that was very different than what I expected. Meri and I had a fast courtship with a lot of expectations and a lot of not communicating.”

Meri added: “The relationship he and I had, it’s dead, it’s gone, it’s over.”

Meri has hinted at a split when she posted cryptic quotes and a photo without her wedding ring.

One quote last week read: “Belonging so fully to yourself that you’re willing to stand alone is a wilderness – an untamed, unpredictable place of solitude and searching.

"It is a place as dangerous as it is breathtaking, a place as sought after as it is feared. The wilderness can often feel unholy because we can’t control it, or what people think about our choice of whether to venture into that vastness or not.”

The quote ended with: "But it turns out to be the place of true belonging, and it’s the bravest and most sacred place you will ever stand.”


She also posted earlier this month: “When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person that walked in. That’s what the storm is all about.”

Another quote read: “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. Do the thing you think you cannot do.”

The couple, who share one daughter together, didn’t acknowledge their 30th wedding anniversary on social media.

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EastEnders star Jack Ryder distracts Loose Women viewers with new look ‘Gosh!’

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EastEnders fans were given a treat during today’s Loose Women when ex-soap start Jack Ryder appeared on the lunchtime chat show. But those watching at home were shocked by his appearance and took to Twitter to discuss. 

Christmas Day 2002, EastEnders fans were left in tears when Jack Ryder’s character Jamie Mitchell was killed off. 

During his time on the popular BBC soap Jack’s look became iconic and he earned himself the heartthrob status. 

15 years ago, his blonde curtains proved popular with those watching at home, but nowadays he is sporting a very different look. 

Today, he joined the Loose Women ladies to reminisce about his time on EastEnders as well as his new career ventures. 

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Christine Lampard hosted and she was joined by Nadia Sawalha, Denise Welch and Judi Love who was on a live video link from home. 

Nadia, who also starred in EastEnders many moons ago began: “So long ago isn’t it? 

“People always talk to you like it [appearing in EastEnders] was yesterday.” 

“It’s crazy,” Jack aded. “It’s weird because on the one hand it’s gone so quickly, but so much has happened since.”

The show then treated viewers to a clip of Jack’s final scenes and he commented: “Looking back at that, I don’t think I watched that episode.

“It was quite a sad end for the character,” Jack added. 

“Are you still in touch with the EastEnders crowd?” Nadia asked. 

“Yes! Me and Mr [Dean] Gaffney touch base quite a lot. And me and Natalie [Cassidy] and Steve McFadden – when I was going to Holby [City] we bumped into one another,” the actor revealed. 

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Those tuning into Loose Women commented on how different Jack looked. 

Gosh he has aged #LooseWomen,” one wrote online. 

Another added: “What a throwback! Jack Ryder/Jamie Mitchell was my first celebrity crush!! #loosewomen #eastenders.” 

“#LooseWomen OMG. What an amazing #ThrowbackThursday! I used to love former @BBCEastenders‘ actor #JackRyder when he was in the soap, he’s aged so well too, little hottie. x,” someone else said. 

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Jack is best known for playing Jamie who was run over by love rival Martin Fowler 15 years ago.

After several days in the hospital, Jamie abruptly passed away in his beloved Sonia Fowler’s arms, leaving her utterly distraught and fans at home weeping.

Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV and EastEnders airs Monday at 8pm and Tuesday at 7.30pm on BBC One. 

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