• WILL BEST

    to host ITV’s brand new entertainment show Dance Dance Dance, catch it every Sunday 6.30pm

  • MARK WRIGHT

    Dengineers nominated for a BAFTA Kids Award for Best Entertainment show

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  • DR ELLIE CANNON

    Starring in the brand new hit series 'Nurses Who Kill'

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  • KELLY HOPPEN

    Pre-order House of Hoppen: A Retrospective now

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  • LORRAINE KELLY

    Pre-order your copy of Lorraine's brand new fitness DVD

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  • JEREMY KYLE

    Catch the new brand new series of Jeremy Kyle's Emergency Room on ITV.

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  • DR ELLIE CANNON

    becomes the resident GP columnist for women's weekly; Best magazine

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  • MEL B

    Presents series 2 of Lip Sync Battle UK on Channel 5, every Friday at 10pm

  • Fred Sirieix

    Fred's new book First Dates: The Art of Love set to release this week

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  • DENISE VAN OUTEN

    Presents 'The Show' in conjunction with Matalan!

  • Lilah Parsons

    On the Capital Breakfast show with Dave Berry and George Shelley.

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  • GIZZI ERSKINE

    Order your copy of Gizzi's new book!

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  • Nicola Adams MBE

    Wins Gold for Great Britain at the European Games in Baku

  • Jessica Wright

    to take part in ITV’s brand new entertainment show Dance Dance Dance, catch it every Sunday 6.30pm

Jesse Jane McParland

Jesse Jane McParland

Jesse Jane shot to fame as a finalist in Britain’s Got Talent 2015. After narrowly missing out on a place in the finals, JJ was brought back by the public vote. The nine year old wowed judges and audiences alike with her thrilling performances, which combine sword work with kickboxing, kung fu and Tae Kwon Do. At her first performance on the show she received a standing ovation from all four judges, with Simon Cowell joking that he wanted the pint-sized phenomenon as his next bodyguard.

Before her appearance on BGT, JJ had earned an astonishing 117 martial arts titles, which include 9 Double WAKO World Champion, 6 times WKC World Champion, WKC Youngest Female World Champion, 3 times WOMMA World Champion.

She also appeared alongside Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson, Cynthia Rothrock and Jansen Panettiere as a specially trained Space Coast Dojo Student in ‘The Martial Arts Kid’ released in the US earlier this year and has just taken part in a campaign for UFC.

JJ’s motto is Not Every Girl Wants To Be A Princess….