The Apprentice viewers slam contestant Pamela for sexist remark as she refuses to have male team leader

The Apprentice returned to BBC One tonight with it’s third episode as Lord Sugar continued his hunt for the ultimate new business partner. Contestant Pamela Laird, 29, has been slammed by viewers after she made sexist remarks and refused to have a male contestant as her sub team-leader. In Tuesday’s week three episode, the remaining 14 stars joined the hard-talking business mogul at London’s Cambridge Theatre and were tasked with brainstorming a new toy for six to eight year olds and creating an online advert to promote it. Contestant Pamela…

Zlatan Ibrahimovic prepares for MLS playoffs with typically confident statement

Zlatan Ibrahimovic compared himself to a viking and a lion when quizzed on LA Galaxy’s MLS playoff hopes. His side are scheduled to face Minnesota United in the knock-out phases after finishing one place below them in the western conference table. Should they triumph they will then progress to a semi-final, but the Galaxy must first overcome somewhat more chillier conditions than the 30 plus degrees celcius they are acclimatised to. But the former Man Utd man has never been one to be short of bravado when discussing his own…

Jurgen Klopp’s words to Marko Grujic as midfielder fights for Liverpool future

Marko Grujic has revealed it was Jurgen Klopp who persuaded him to go back to Hertha Berlin on loan in order to fight for his Liverpool future. The 23-year-old midfielder joined the Reds almost four years ago, but has made just 14 appearances for the club in that time. Much of that is down to him playing most of his football away from the club during that period, after loan spells with Hertha and former Premier League side Cardiff . Grujic impressed in the Bundesliga last season, and in the…

Christine McGuinness voices her fears over her husband Paddy hosting Top Gear

Christine McGuinness has admitted she worries about her husband Paddy doing Top Gear. Take Me Out star Paddy took over hosting the show alongside Freddie Flintoff and Chris Harris, 44, in 2018. His wife Christine, 31, told the Mirror: “I do worry about him. “When he got it [the job] my first thought was, ‘Oh my god, I really hope he’s sensible’, because obviously I want him to be careful.” Speaking at the Best Heroes Awards in Central London, Real Housewives of Cheshire Christine added. “I tell him not to…

Christina Anstead Gives Honest Look at Her Life as the Mother of a Newborn

Christina Anstead is getting real about motherhood. The Flip or Flop star shared a candid post with her Instagram followers on Wednesday and opened up about her hectic morning with her 9-year-old daughter Taylor Reese El Moussa and her 1-month-old son Hudson London Anstead. “I was dropping Tay off at school this morning with a screaming Hudson in the car (and I looked like a hot mess which is the norm the past 6 weeks) when she said something that really hit home,” she wrote. “She said, ‘Mom, do paparazzi…

Miley Cyrus shocks as she stuffs her hands down Cody Simpson’s boxers in lewd snap

Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson’s romance has been heating up as they’ve gone public with their love. The hot new couple left fans stunned when they put on a very raunchy display in their own personal X-rated photo shoot. In the jaw-dropping snap, the songstress stuffed her hands down her love’s underwear while they posed the provocative shot in the mirror. Miley nuzzled Cody’s shoulder as he snapped the incredibly racy picture on his mobile phone. They looked closer than ever when the lovebirds flaunted their romance on social media…

Bulgaria legend Hristo Stoichkov breaks down in tears on TV as he responds to questions on racist abuse

Ex-Bulgaria player Hristo Stoichkov appeared to cry on television while speaking about the shameful scenes in Sofia during England’s 6-0 win over his country. Stoichkov won 83 caps for Bulgaria between 1986-1999 and is widely regarded as one of the most talented players of his generation. Monday night’s match was stopped twice after Bulgaria supporters aimed monkey chants and Nazi salutes at England’s black players, and UEFA have opened disciplinary procedures for a number of charges. When asked on American Spanish sports channel TUDN about what the solution to the…

Food Network Star Carl Ruiz’s Cause of Death Revealed

Food Network star Carl Ruiz‘s cause of death has been revealed. A spokesperson from the Maryland Department of Health confirmed that the celebrity chef star died in his sleep, last month after succumbing to atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, which occurs when there is a buildup of fats, cholesterol and other substances in the arteries and restricts blood flow. He was 44. Additionally, the Department of Health listed his death as natural and ruled out any foul play. He became a fan-favorite after serving as a judge of Guy Fieri‘s Food Network competition series, Guy’s Grocery…

Aguero involved in accident with Sh10 million Range Rover

Sergio Aguero [Courtesy] Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was involved in a car crash on Wednesday. Aguero was driving his £80,000 Sh10 million Range Rover when the accident occurred, leaving significant damage to the front offside wheel. But City sources have confirmed the club’s all-time leading goalscorer emerged unscathed from the prang and suffered no injury as a result of the collision. Aguero was not included in Argentina’s squad during the international break, for their fixtures against Germany and Ecuador, because he has been carrying an injury. City’s squad did…

England’s stand in Bulgaria was great but issue of racism at home is far from black and white

Monday night was a proud one for everyone who loves football and hates racism. In the toxic Sofia stadium there was unity and courage across the entire England team, dignified leadership from Gareth Southgate and vocal support from the vast majority of travelling fans towards their black players in the face of monkey grunts and Nazi salutes. In the ITV studio, Ian Wright spoke powerfully about it being a “great day” in the fight against racism, expressing sympathy for the wider Bulgarian public and hammering UEFA’s paltry fines and lip-service…