Ladies with larger busts have always struggled to find strapless bras that don't slip down, so when celebrities began to plug the stick-on drawstring bra it seemed their prayers had been answered. After hearing of its magical powers, Facebook star.
Successful women are more prone than anyone to suffer what psychologists call Imposter Syndrome — a nagging feeling that they don't deserve their jobs and are about to be found out. Jodie Whittaker's hospital drama Trust Me (BBC1) delivers a clever.
The busty Strictly star, who's competing on the current series with Aljaz Skorjanec, wore just her bra and knickers for the scenes as ... "I'm looking forward to just learning to dance as it's out of my comfort zone. "Even wearing heels for me is a.
Finding the perfect strapless bra can seem like a never-ending and never-fruitful task. For every good style, there are probably five or more that fall short in one way or another; whether it's that the underwire digs in, or that it starts to slip down.
For those who keep track of such morbid trivia, Sean Bean has been killed off 25 times on screen. That's not a record, though — the actor with a face like a collapsed quarry is practically immortal, compared to late luvvie Sir John Hurt. Hurt died 43.
Like all TV that treats the gogglebox as a soapbox, most of it has been tiresomely earnest. Man In An Orange Shirt (BBC2) didn't so much fall into that trap as fling itself in headfirst. Oliver Jackson-Cohen and James McArdle played young soldiers.
If you follow any celebs of the Insta-promo variety, you're bound to see one of these stick-on bras pop up on your feed. Yes, these backless, strapless, adjustable, push-up bras have joined the ranks of tummy teas and waist trainers. And while numerous .
Alf Garnett, the bigoted bard of Wapping in Till Death Us Do Part, would have something to say about it: 'Bleeding foreign criminals, coming over here and robbing us. That's a British criminal's job, that is!' And even the coppers in The Brighton.
Richard Osman has been trying very hard to justify the sadistic charade that is Child Genius (Channel 4). 'Listen, I don't mind people going through difficulty,' says the host of this gruelling IQ challenge for pre-teens. 'I don't mind people crying.
Following a review of ... on China-UK projects and Chinese cultural events in London. China withdrew its candidate for the UNESCO director-general position on Thursday in order to back the Egyptian nominee, Moushira Khattab. TV host, publisher and media.