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I’M A Celebrity’s Rebekah Vardy has slammed Iain Lee as “fake” in an explosive chat after she left the jungle. Jamie Vardy’s wife became the third celeb to get the boo…

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I'M A Celebrity's Rebekah Vardy has slammed Iain Lee as "fake" in an explosive chat after she left the jungle.

Jamie Vardy's wife became the third celeb to get the boot from the ITV reality show and didn't hold back in her exit interview.

 Rebekah Vardy has said Iain Lee is 'fake' as viewers accused her and other campmates of bullying the radio hostITV Rebekah Vardy has said Iain Lee is 'fake' as viewers accused her and other campmates of bullying the radio host

Rebekah was asked about Iain while chatting to Joe Swash on Extra Camp and said: "Honestly, he's fake, I spent a lot of time with him and I was so careful of what I wanted to say on the VT and what I didn't want to say.

"But now I'm out and he's got a game plan and I hate people who pretend to be something they're not.

"He wanted to play the sympathy card, he isolates himself from the rest of camp, then when the cameras are on he's all about us."

It comes after The Sun exclusively revealed that Ian decided to take part on the show to pay for his sick mother's care home fees.

 Rebekah says iain is trying to play the 'sympathy card'Rex Features Rebekah says iain is trying to play the 'sympathy card'

During tonight's show, Amir Khan also accused Iain Lee of "playing mind games" after he got upset over not being evicted.

Last night saw Kezia Dugdale become the second celebrity to leave the jungle, leaving Iain without his pal and annoyed that it wasn't him heading home.

 Amir Khan accused Iain Lee of playing 'mind games' after he got upset about not being evictedRex Features Amir Khan accused Iain Lee of playing 'mind games' after he got upset about not being evicted

As they walked down to wave Kez off over the bridge, Amir mentioned to Jamie that Iain seemed really upset.

“Why?” asked Jamie. “Because he wants to go home don’t you think?” said Amir.

Jamie shook his head and Toff added: “I don’t think he does.”

“Yeah true, mind games,” added Amir.

 As they waved goodbye to Kez, Amir remarked that Iain was upset that he wasn't going homeITV As they waved goodbye to Kez, Amir remarked that Iain was upset that he wasn't going home

Jamie said: “When we were trying to get the care package last night, he got up second to do it.”

“I get what you mean to make himself look good,” replied Amir.

“Yeah he is playing mind games 100% he is trying to win the crowd over, he has a game plan.”

In the Bush Telegraph Amir said: “Iain is trying his best to look good in front of everyone but look he is good to me, he’s nice so I’m not going to say anything bad about him he shows me a lot of respect and I show him a lot of respect back.”

Rebekah Vardy accuses Iain Lee of playing games on I'm A Celebrity

Amir's latest comments comes after Iain's best pal exclusively told The Sun the I'm A Celeb campmates were like Mean Girls bullies.

Radio producer Katherine Boyle spoke out after campmates accused the talkRADIO presenter of game-playing, while others talked about Iain behind his back.

 Iain admitted he was sorry he wasn't sent homeRex Features Iain admitted he was sorry he wasn't sent home

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Salma Hayek Names Three Billboards Actress Frances Mcdormand Winner Of Best Actor Instead Of Gary Oldman At The Baftas

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SALMA Hayek stunned Bafta attendees by announcing actress Frances McDormand as Best Actor instead of Gary Oldman.

The actress made the joke as she presented the award for the Best Actor category – and couldn’t help but make a pointed jab at the gender separation with two separate jokes.

Salma Hayek made an joke about celebrating men in a season that has been about elevating women

Salma, who is an active voice in the Time’s Up movement currently sweeping Hollywood, arrived on stage in a black gown in honour of the award’s season ‘black out’ to raise awareness for the campaign.

Taking to the microphone, she said: “On this very important and legendary year for women, I am here to celebrate…men.”

As the audience laughed, the actress softened and ahead of presenting the award, said: “This is an extraordinary collection of actors at the very top of their game, and emerging talent who are already producing world class work.”

However, as the moment of truth came, Salma used the moment to award who she felt was the right person for the award – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri star, Frances McDormand.

As the winner was announced, Salma joked that Frances should’ve won

PA:Press Association Gary Oldman won the award for his role in The Darkest Hour

As the crowd erupted with laughter, Salma then quickly added: “Ahhh, just kidding! Gary Oldman for The Darkest Hour.”

Gary beat out Daniel Kaluuya, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jamie Bell and Timothee Chalamet to take home the gong after playing Sir Winston Churchill in historical biopic, Darkest Hour.

Rex Features Frances and Gary later posted together after both bagging wins

While Frances didn’t win the best actor award (granted, even though she wasn’t nominated for it), Frances and the team behind Three Billboards earned the most awards of the night, taking home five of the top gongs.

As expected, Frances bagged the Best Actress award for her role in the show – and she used her speech to explain why she wasn’t wearing black.

Rex Features Luckily Gary took the moment all in good fun and beamed as he collected his winners

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Will There Be A Top Gun 2? Uk Release Date And Cast Details As Sequel Confirmed By Film’s Star Tom Cruise

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TOP Gun fans around the world rejoiced last year when Tom Cruise revealed there would be a sequel to the hit 80s movie.

Top Gun 2 IS happening – here’s what we know…

Getty Images Top Gun was a hit 80s film

What is Top Gun?

Top Gun is a romantic action drama movie that was released in 1986, directed by Tony Scott (the late brother of Ridley Scott).

It stars Tom Cruise in the lead role as LT Pete “Maverick” Mitchell.

Film synopsis (IMDB):

The Top Gun Naval Fighter Weapons School is where the best of the best train to refine their elite flying skills.

When hotshot fighter pilot Maverick (Tom Cruise) is sent to the school, his reckless attitude and cocky demeanour puts him at odds with the other pilots, especially the cool and collected Iceman (Val Kilmer).

But Maverick isn’t only competing to be the top fighter pilot, he’s also fighting for the attention of his beautiful flight instructor, Charlotte Blackwood (Kelly McGillis).

Alamy Tom will return as Maverick

What has Tom Cruise said about Top Gun 2?

Tom has officially confirmed plans to make a sequel to his iconic 80s movie, Top Gun.

The Hollywood star finally gave fans details about the film as he revealed filming would begin in 2018.

Speaking on Australia’s Sunrise about whether remake rumours were correct, the actor couldn’t hide his smile as he said: “It’s true.”

Rumours of a remake first spread back in 2008 as it was reported movie bosses were keen to resurrect the classic movie.

An source told The Sun at the time: “The idea is Maverick is at the Top Gun school as an instructor – and this time it is he who has to deal with a cocky new female pilot

Rex Features It’s not known if Val Kilmer will return as Iceman, as he is suffering with ill health

What cast are lined-up for Top Gun 2?

At the moment the only confirmed returning cast so far is Tom Cruise.

However the original film starred Val Kilmer, Kelly McGillis and Tom Skerritt.

It’s not known if any of the other original cast will be back, and given Val’s ill health, he may not be able to return as LT Tom “Iceman” Kazanski.

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Joanna Lumley Makes Hilarious Jab At The Oscars At The Baftas After Last Year’s Legendary Envelope Mix-up

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JOANNA Lumley and the Bafta team made a major dig at the Oscars after performing a skit to send up the epic blunder that took place at the rival ceremony last year.

The presenter, who hosted the show for the first time this year, made a scripted jab at the 2017 Oscars when a mix-up threw the show into chaos.

Joanna made a pointed jibe at the Oscars blunder that defined last year’s awards season

After Lily James and Gemma Arterton presented the award for Best Visual Effects, Joanna returned to the stage and commented on how they had left their envelope on the table.

“Oh, they’ve left the envelope. This could be awkward – we don’t want any embarrassing mix-ups later!,” she announced.

The cast of Cirque du Soleil’s Ovo then appeared on stage to take the envelope away, performing acrobatics as they napped the gold card and scurried off again.

Joanna then deadpanned: “That’s lovely. A little OTT – even for the Baftas – but thank you Ovo!”

The cast of Ovo were quick to take the envelope away

The moment was a direct reference to the 2017 Oscars – when an envelope mix-up meant that La La Land was revealed as the winner of Best Film instead of Moonlight, the real winner.

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were given the wrong envelope and in a moment of confusion, read out the wrong name.

As the scenes unfolded, the team behind the confusion stormed the stage, and it resulted in the La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz having to announce the correct winner on stage, after already giving the acceptance speech.

Getty Images La La Land’s Jordan Horowitz graciously handed his Oscar over to the cast of Moonlight

After the embarrassing blunder Beatty returned to the microphone to say: “I want to tell you what happened, I opened the envelope and it said Emma Stone, La La Land and that is why I took such a long look at Faye and at you.

“I wasn’t trying to be funny. This is Moonlight for best picture.”

La La Land mistakenly awarded Oscars Best Picture instead of Moonlight when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway read the wrong winner

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