Filed in Kimberley

Welcome to the world, Cole Jacob Scott!

Kimberley gave birth on the 14th of December to another baby boy, naming him Cole Jacob Scott.

Just a few days before the birth, she posted this cute baby bump photo on her instagram:

We hope the Scotts had a lovely Christmas with the new addition and hopefully we will get to see a glimpse of Cole soon!

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14 Years Ago… #AloudDay

On this day, 14 years ago, 5 young ladies were shot to fame on Popstars the Rivals.

We celebrate this special day by uploading some old memorable images for you on the gallery.

Once and Alouder, Always an Alouder <3

Filed in Nadine

Nadine heads to South Derbyshire for filming

14704967_1323533430992405_6641022537817915392_nBridget Jones actress Joanna Scanlan and Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle have been spotted in South Derbyshire as they got to work filming a new feature film in the town.

Pin Cushion is the first feature film by South Derbyshire’s own Deborah Hadfield and has led to some big-name stars heading to the town to take the starring roles.

It tells the tale of a mother and daughter whose relationship is put to the ultimate test when they move from the countryside to a town. The lead mother and daughter characters are played by Joanna Scanlan, of Bridget Jones’s Baby, Fungus the Bogyman and The Thick of it, and Lily Newmark, of TV series Emerald City, who will star in her first film role.

Other stars include Bruce Jones, John Henshaw, Nadine Coyle, Isy Suttie and Chanel Cresswell.

Producer Gavin Humphries told the Mail that the crew have been working in South Derbyshire for the last two months and only Bruce Jones, better known as Coronation Street’s Les Battersby, had drawn any attention.

He said: “It is the first feature for local writer Deborah Haywood but she has made a number of short films which were shot in and around Swadlincote. I met her around seven or eight years ago at Stars of Tomorrow for up and coming writers and directors and we have been working on ideas for this project since 2012.

“All of Deborah’s previous films have been shot in Swadlincote and she had the area in mind as an inspiration when writing the scripts. There is so much to making a feature film with lots of people, time and pressure so it is good to have something familiar to work with as a starting point.

“It is a slightly magical drama about a mother and daughter who move from the countryside to a town. They have a very close relationship but have never experienced the wider world so their relationship is put under a lot of strain.

“The daughter is a teenager so she is meeting others her own age and boys so their relationship is really tested. Joanna Scanlon is the mother and she is a really amazing actress and Lily Newmark was a model and is now an aspiring actress who has been working on a series for NBC.”

Mr Humphries said that they had found the Midlands was an ideal place to shoot a film as all of the actors and crew could get to the area easily from most places across the country.

He said: “Logistically it is incredibly convenient which is perfect. Actors appreciate great writing and a really exciting script and even the smaller characters are well written. They love to find something creative as it gives them more space to rehearse and create the characters.

“Filming has been absolutely fantastic. It is something that has involved a lot of different locations, people and elements and we have had an overwhelming response. We are having a great time and everyone has been very welcoming. We have been very lucky to have the Gresley Old Hall as a base.”

The film is supported by the British Film Institute and Dignity and it is hoped to be finished by spring next year.


Filed in Nadine

Nadine shakes off bullying for Anti-Bullying Week

Nadine kick started Anti-Bullying week by attending a session with children. As an ambassador for the charity, she went along to a workshop and taught them her favourite hobby, music. She took to twitter at the end of the day:

10 HQ pictures in the gallery of her attending the workshop.

Filed in Cheryl

[PREVIEW] Cheryl on Who Do You Think You Are

Cheryl appears in a new BBC trailer for Who Do You Think You Are?.

In the clip, we see the 33-year-old looking seriously glowing and slightly fuller in the face as she revels in finding out more about her family tree.

The former Girls Aloud star gets a big surprise when she finds out that her great-great-great-grandfather Joseph Ridley, who fought in the Battle of the Somme, was the dad of twins.

‘I’m really really proud of him’, she’s seen gushing in the clip after looking through old photos, presumably about Joseph.

The episode will air later this year, with Cheryl agreeing to take part in the historical show after admitting last year that she’d always been interested in it.

Filed in Kimberley

Kimberley talks to Gurgle Magazine


Kimberley Walsh, who is about to give birth to her second child, has got her sights set on a rather bootylicious babysitter for her first child. “[Beyoncé] could teach Bobby some moves and have him prepped for a global tour by the time I got home. He’s already really musical so he would love it.”

Wouldn’t we all, Kimberley?

We caught up with the gorgeous mum-to-be while she was busy juggling mum duties with supporting the Pampers UNICEF 2016 #1pack1vaccine campaign, where Pampers have pedged to donate one vaccine for every one pack of nappies, bought.

Kimberley says: “Being involved with the Pampers campaign to eliminate maternal and newborn tetenus means a lot to me. All we want to do is protect our babies, and I really feel for those mothers who don’t have the choices we do to keep our babies safe.”

Find out who the stricter parent is (Kimberley or Justin?) and how the growing family will be spending Christmas this year, all in the full interview in the latest issue of Gurgle magazine – OUT NOW!


See the HQ magazine scans in our gallery by following the link below!