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The Wanted’s Tom Parker and wife welcome second child after his terminal brain tumour diagnosis

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The Wanted star Tom Parker and his wife Kelsey have welcomed their second child, a baby boy, 15 days after he revealed he had been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour. 

The singer’s former bandmate Max George confirmed the news on Tuesday’s Lorraine, revealing Kelsey had given birth last week.

Talking to host Lorraine Kelly, Max, 32, who is current competing on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing, said: ‘I spoke to him yesterday and he’s doing good, he’s doing great. 

Baby boy: The Wanted star Tom Parker and his wife Kelsey have welcomed their second child, a baby boy, days after he revealed he had been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour (pictured over the summer)

Baby boy: The Wanted star Tom Parker and his wife Kelsey have welcomed their second child, a baby boy, days after he revealed he had been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour (pictured over the summer)

Baby boy: The Wanted star Tom Parker and his wife Kelsey have welcomed their second child, a baby boy, days after he revealed he had been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour (pictured over the summer) 

‘Kelsey gave birth to their second child last week. He’s a fighter, Tom will be alright. If you’re watching by the way, mwah, I love you all.’

This is Tom and Kelsey’s second child, they also have 15-month-old daughter Aurelia. They are yet to announce the news themselves on social media.

On October 12, Tom, 32, emotionally announced he has grade four glioblastoma, with the singer already undergoing radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment in a bid to prolong his life.

Confirmed: The singer's former bandmate Max George confirmed the news on Tuesday's Lorraine, revealing Kelsey had given birth last week (Tom and Kelsey pictured with their 15-month-old daughter Aurelia)

Confirmed: The singer's former bandmate Max George confirmed the news on Tuesday's Lorraine, revealing Kelsey had given birth last week (Tom and Kelsey pictured with their 15-month-old daughter Aurelia)

Confirmed: The singer’s former bandmate Max George confirmed the news on Tuesday’s Lorraine, revealing Kelsey had given birth last week (Tom and Kelsey pictured with their 15-month-old daughter Aurelia) 

Life expectancy for this illness ranges from three months to 18 months after diagnosis, but the couple have not asked to hear Tom’s prognosis amid fears he would ‘sit and count down the days and not live his life’.

Tom and Kelsey welcomed daughter Aurelia Rose in July 2019 and announced they were expecting their second child, a baby boy, in June this year. 

Kelsey decided she wanted a home birth, so Tom could be around after Covid restrictions in hospital would have limited their time together during labour. 

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'We are going to beat this': In an emotional statement Tom revealed vowed to beat the deadly disease

'We are going to beat this': In an emotional statement Tom revealed vowed to beat the deadly disease

‘We are going to beat this’: In an emotional statement Tom revealed vowed to beat the deadly disease

The couple have been together for more than 10 years after originally meeting in a night club. They became engaged in 2016 and tied the knot two years later in July 2018.  

They decided to announce Tom’s devastating diagnosis, 36 weeks into Kelsey’s pregnancy. 

Kelsey said at the time she had forgotten she was pregnant because her sole focus was on Tom.  

Posting a photo with Kelsey and Aurelia Rose earlier this month, the singer wrote: ‘Hey guys, you know that we’ve both been quiet on social media for a few weeks and it’s time to tell you why. 

‘There’s no easy way to say this but I’ve sadly been diagnosed with a Brain Tumour and I’m already undergoing treatment.  

Growing family: The singer said the family were 'devastated' but vowed to 'raise awareness of this terrible disease' and 'fight this all the way' for his pregnant wife and their daughter

Growing family: The singer said the family were 'devastated' but vowed to 'raise awareness of this terrible disease' and 'fight this all the way' for his pregnant wife and their daughter

Growing family: The singer said the family were ‘devastated’ but vowed to ‘raise awareness of this terrible disease’ and ‘fight this all the way’ for his pregnant wife and their daughter 

‘We decided, after a lot of thought, that rather than hiding away and trying to keep it a secret, we would do one interview where we could lay out all the details and let everyone know the facts in our own way. 

‘We are all absolutely devastated but we are gonna fight this all the way. We don’t want your sadness, we just want love and positivity and together we will raise awareness of this terrible disease and look for all available treatment options. 

‘It’s gonna be a tough battle but with everyone’s love and support we are going to beat this. Tom and Kelsey xxx.’ 

Tom told OK! Magazine he underwent tests after he began suffering unexplained seizures, with doctors giving the family the ‘worst case scenario’ and revealing he had a grade four glioblastoma when they were on a staycation in Norwich over the summer. 

Soulmates: The couple have been together for more than 10 years after originally meeting in a night club (pictured)

Soulmates: The couple have been together for more than 10 years after originally meeting in a night club (pictured)

Soulmates: The couple have been together for more than 10 years after originally meeting in a night club (pictured)

The singer said he was still in ‘complete shock’ from the devastating diagnosis, with Kelsey adding the couple ‘knew’ something was wrong in July but would never have imagined he could have a tumour.    

Tom said: ‘I knew something wasn’t right, but I never expected it to be this. You never think this will happen to you.’ 

The star visited A&E after having his first seizure, where he complained of having a bad back and had a mark on his head.

Tom was then sent home but felt like he had concussion, with the singer returning to hospital the following week and put on a waiting list to have an MRI.

The family went on holiday to Norwich in August with Tom enduring another ‘much worse’ seizure, six weeks after the first one. 

Kelsey said she and Tom had to ‘push’ for paramedic to come, with Tom having an MRI when he arrived.     

His biggest priority: Tom has vowed to be there for his children's future by fighting the disease as hard as he can

His biggest priority: Tom has vowed to be there for his children's future by fighting the disease as hard as he can

His biggest priority: Tom has vowed to be there for his children’s future by fighting the disease as hard as he can

He added that he was told he would be out in four hours but ended up being there for three days having tests.  

Discussing the moment he was given his devastating diagnosis, he said: ‘A couple of days later, when we were still on holiday. Kelsey couldn’t come in because of Covid.   

‘They pulled the curtain around my bed and said, ‘It’s a brain tumour.’ All I could think was, ‘F*****g hell!’ I was in shock. It’s stage four glioblastoma and they’ve said its terminal. It was a lot to deal with by myself. I still haven’t processed it. 

Kelsey said: ‘It was horrendous. They rang me and told me over the phone. They said, ‘It’s a tumour and it’s worst-case scenario.’ 

‘They also told us it was inoperable and what the treatment would be. I was in a complete state. All I could think was, ‘What’s going to happen and what is our life now?’

Tom is now undergoing chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment in a bid to shrink the tumour at King’s College Hospital in London which he says has been ‘intense and tiring’.

Kelsey said more tumours will ‘probably pop up’ and that Tom could live with the disease for the rest of his life, undergoing treatment to shrink tumours. 

Due to COVID-19 regulations, Kelsey is not allowed to accompany him to treatment. 

The Wanted: Tom rose to fame as a singer in boy band The Wanted in 2009, before they went on hiatus in 2014 (pictured in 2013 with L-R Nathan Sykes, Siva Kaneswaran, Max George and Jay McGuiness)

The Wanted: Tom rose to fame as a singer in boy band The Wanted in 2009, before they went on hiatus in 2014 (pictured in 2013 with L-R Nathan Sykes, Siva Kaneswaran, Max George and Jay McGuiness)

The Wanted: Tom rose to fame as a singer in boy band The Wanted in 2009, before they went on hiatus in 2014 (pictured in 2013 with L-R Nathan Sykes, Siva Kaneswaran, Max George and Jay McGuiness)

The couple added they have not asked about a prognosis, with Kelsey saying it would not be good for Tom’s state of mind, and that he would ‘sit and count down the days and not live his life’. 

Tom and Kelsey are now hoping for a miracle and remaining positive as Tom battles the tumour, with the couple exploring alternative treatments and clinical trials both in the UK and abroad.

The star said he needs ‘everyone’s love and positivity’ during his fight and said he was buoyed by stories of people given a bad prognosis but had defied the odds.  

Glioblastoma is considered the most aggressive tumour that can form in the brain. Senator John McCain was diagnosed with one in July 2017.

Patients have a 10 percent chance of surviving five years after their diagnosis, according to figures. The average lifespan is between 14 and 16 months.

Three adults per every 100,000 will be struck down with a glioblastoma, says The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS).

It is most commonly found in men aged 50 to 60, and there is no link between developing glioblastoma and having a previous history with other cancers. 

Treatment is usually surgery to remove as much of the tumour as possible, followed by a combination of radio- and chemotherapy (chemoradiation). 

WHAT IS A GLIOBLASTOMA AND JUST HOW DEADLY IS IT? THE AGGRESSIVE BRAIN TUMOR SUFFERED BY JOHN MCCAIN

Senator John McCain was diagnosed with a glioblastoma in July 2017

Senator John McCain was diagnosed with a glioblastoma in July 2017

Senator John McCain was diagnosed with a glioblastoma in July 2017

Glioblastoma is considered the most aggressive tumor that can form in the brain. Senator John McCain was diagnosed with one in July 2017.

Patients have a 10 percent chance of surviving five years after their diagnosis, according to figures. The average lifespan is between 14 and 16 months.

Three adults per every 100,000 will be struck down with a glioblastoma, says The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS).

It is most commonly found in men aged 50 to 60, and there is no link between developing glioblastoma and having a previous history with other cancers.

WHAT IS THE TUMOR MADE OF? 

The tumor is made up of a mass of cells growing quickly in the brain, and in most cases patients have no family history of the disease.

It won’t spread to other organs, however, once it is diagnosed, it is nearly impossible to target, surgeons claim.

Unlike other types of brain cancer which are more specifically located, glioblastoma can occur in any part of the brain. 

WHAT TREATMENT IS AVAILABLE? 

Because the tumor likely already spread deep into the brain by the time it is diagnosed, the cancerous tissue is incredibly difficult to remove. 

Surgeon will only ever remove the tumor, or part of the tumor, if it won’t do any damage to the surrounding brain tissue.

Dr Babcar Cisse, a neurosurgeon at the Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center, told Daily Mail Online in July 2017: ‘By the time a glioblastoma is diagnosed, microfibers can spread to the rest of the brain which an MRI would not spot.

‘So even if the main tumor is removed and the patient receives radiation and chemotherapy, it will come back.’ 

GRADING A GLIOBLASTOMA

Brain tumors are graded from between one to four, depending on how fast they grow and how aggressive they are.

Malignant tumors are either given a high-grade three or four, while benign ones are given a lower grade one or two. 

Glioblastoma is often referred to as a grade four astrocytoma – another form of brain tumor, says the AANS.

SYMPTOMS

Patients typically complain of symptoms such as confused vision, trouble with memory, dizziness and headaches.

The symptoms are somewhat nonspecific, and vary from person to person, and may not persist. 

The disease is therefore impossible to diagnose based on symptoms alone.

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Brittany Cartwright announces she and husband Jax Taylor will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules  

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Brittany Cartwright has announced she and her husband Jax Taylor will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules.

‘The last 5 years on Vanderpump Rules have been some of the most challenging, rewarding and fulfilling years of my life,’ Brittany posted on Instagram on Friday.

‘Although this is difficult to share, Jax and I will not be returning for another season of Vanderpump Rules. We are excited to take this time to focus on our growing family and share with you our new endeavors.

Brittany Cartwright has announced she and her husband Jax Taylor will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules.

Brittany Cartwright has announced she and her husband Jax Taylor will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules.

Brittany Cartwright has announced she and her husband Jax Taylor will not be returning to Vanderpump Rules.

‘@bravotv, @evolutionusa and our Vanderpump castmates will always remain close to our hearts. Thank you to all the fans who have shared our journey with us and supported us through everything. We love you. Stay tuned ♥️.’

Brittany has starred on the show since 2016, whereas her husband has been on the series since 2013.

The couple were among the biggest stars on the Bravo show.  

Brittany broke the news along with a series of images of her and Jax. 

Brittany has starred on the show since 2016, whereas her husband has been on the series since 2013

Brittany has starred on the show since 2016, whereas her husband has been on the series since 2013

Brittany has starred on the show since 2016, whereas her husband has been on the series since 2013

Memories: The reality star shared a series of images as she broke the news to Instagram followers

Memories: The reality star shared a series of images as she broke the news to Instagram followers

Memories: The reality star shared a series of images as she broke the news to Instagram followers

Flashback: Cartwright shared a throwback photo of herself in her announcement

Flashback: Cartwright shared a throwback photo of herself in her announcement

Flashback: Cartwright shared a throwback photo of herself in her announcement 

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Zoë Foster Blake looks stylish in a $2K outfit as she steps out with daughter Rudy in Melbourne

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Zoë Foster Blake looked nothing but incredibly stylish as she enjoyed a day out in Melbourne on Thursday. 

The 40-year-old former beauty journalist wore a $2,000 designer outfit as she took daughter Rudy, three, out shopping.

Zoë carried an eye-catching red Goyard handbag, with prices for the exclusive accessory starting from around $1,572, with a colourful $560 tie-dye top from Proenza Schouler.

Looking good! On Thursday, Zoë Foster Blake cut a VERY stylish figure in a $2,000 outfit as she stepped out with daughter Rudy, three, in Melbourne - after making her debut on this year's Young Rich List

Looking good! On Thursday, Zoë Foster Blake cut a VERY stylish figure in a $2,000 outfit as she stepped out with daughter Rudy, three, in Melbourne - after making her debut on this year's Young Rich List

Looking good! On Thursday, Zoë Foster Blake cut a VERY stylish figure in a $2,000 outfit as she stepped out with daughter Rudy, three, in Melbourne – after making her debut on this year’s Young Rich List

She teamed the look with light high-waisted jeans and white leather sandals, which featured a small heel.   

The mother-of-two wore her short locks out and neatly straightened and a chic pair of red and pink cat eye sunglasses. 

Rudy was dressed adorably in a floral frock, long white socks and black sandals. 

Sweet: Rudy was dressed adorably in a floral frock, long white socks and black sandals

Sweet: Rudy was dressed adorably in a floral frock, long white socks and black sandals

Sweet: Rudy was dressed adorably in a floral frock, long white socks and black sandals

On the outing, the pair stopped into a local party shop, where they picked up gold ’39’ balloons. 

Her husband Hamish Blake will be turning 39 next Friday. 

Hamish revealed this week that the family will soon be relocating from Melbourne to Sydney.

Zoë recently made her debut on Australia’s 2020 Young Rich List, being worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic. 

Let the celebrations begin! On the outing, the pair stopped into a local party shop, where they picked up gold '39' balloons

Let the celebrations begin! On the outing, the pair stopped into a local party shop, where they picked up gold '39' balloons

Let the celebrations begin! On the outing, the pair stopped into a local party shop, where they picked up gold ’39’ balloons

Surprise! Her husband Hamish Blake will be turning 39 next Friday. Hamish revealed this week that the family will soon be relocating from Melbourne to Sydney

Surprise! Her husband Hamish Blake will be turning 39 next Friday. Hamish revealed this week that the family will soon be relocating from Melbourne to Sydney

Surprise! Her husband Hamish Blake will be turning 39 next Friday. Hamish revealed this week that the family will soon be relocating from Melbourne to Sydney

Zoë recently said the pandemic had triggered growing demand in the self-care market as Australians are confined to their homes.

‘We had a very rapid turnaround, almost within days. People just went into skincare,’ she told the Australian Financial Review.

In August, Go-To’s peach-packaged facial oil named Face Hero was crowned the number one skincare product in Australia. 

Zoë launched Go-To six years ago and the brand made its US debut at Sephora in 2018.

The list ranks the richest Australians under the age of 40 and has been published every year since 2003.

Among the other 18 debutants this year are the co-founders of online bookmaker PointsBet Nick and Andrew Fahey and Kogan bosses Ruslan Kogan and David Shafer. 

Skincare millionaire: Zoë recently made her debut on Australia's 2020 Young Rich List, being worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic

Skincare millionaire: Zoë recently made her debut on Australia's 2020 Young Rich List, being worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic

Skincare millionaire: Zoë recently made her debut on Australia’s 2020 Young Rich List, being worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic

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I’m A Celebrity: Giovanna Fletcher eats bull’s PENIS in final trial

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I’m A Celebrity‘s Giovanna Fletcher ate a bull’s penis while Vernon was covered in bugs while strapped to a table for their last trials during the show’s finale on Friday.

The author, 35, took part in the Frightening Feast trial during the show so that she could try and win stars that would provide the main meals for her, Vernon Kay, and Jordan North‘s final dinner together in the camp.

During her gruelling challenge, Giovanna was tasked with also eating a fermented duck egg, a cow’s nose, raw fish eye, sheep’s testicle.

Gruelling: I'm A Celebrity's Giovanna Fletcher was forced to eat a Bull's PENIS on Friday's finale

Gruelling: I'm A Celebrity's Giovanna Fletcher was forced to eat a Bull's PENIS on Friday's finale

Gruelling: I’m A Celebrity’s Giovanna Fletcher was forced to eat a Bull’s PENIS on Friday’s finale

The first three stars were for the main meals while the fourth would account for a drink, while the fifth and final star counted towards a treat of Giovanna’s choice.

Giovanna had to eat the fermented duck egg first, which co-host Declan Donnelly joked: ‘I’ve done this, I’m so sorry, it’s quite bad.’

Despite the edible horrors in front of her, Giovanna managed to successfully complete the trial and win all of the stars. 

Endurance test: Vernon Kay took part in the Table of Torment which saw him get strapped down and covered in a variety of critters as well as rotten fruit and vegetables

Endurance test: Vernon Kay took part in the Table of Torment which saw him get strapped down and covered in a variety of critters as well as rotten fruit and vegetables

Endurance test: Vernon Kay took part in the Table of Torment which saw him get strapped down and covered in a variety of critters as well as rotten fruit and vegetables

Challenging: The author, 35, took part in the Frightening Feast trial so that she could try and win stars that would provide the main meals for their final dinner together in the camp

Challenging: The author, 35, took part in the Frightening Feast trial so that she could try and win stars that would provide the main meals for their final dinner together in the camp

Challenging: The author, 35, took part in the Frightening Feast trial so that she could try and win stars that would provide the main meals for their final dinner together in the camp

Going for it: Giovanna had to eat the fermented duck egg first, which co-host Declan Donnelly joked: 'I’ve done this, I’m so sorry, it’s quite bad'

Going for it: Giovanna had to eat the fermented duck egg first, which co-host Declan Donnelly joked: 'I’ve done this, I’m so sorry, it’s quite bad'

Task: The first three stars were for the main meals while the fourth would account for a drink, while the fifth and final star counted towards a treat of Giovanna's choice

Task: The first three stars were for the main meals while the fourth would account for a drink, while the fifth and final star counted towards a treat of Giovanna's choice

Going for it: Giovanna had to eat the fermented duck egg first, which co-host Declan Donnelly joked: ‘I’ve done this, I’m so sorry, it’s quite bad’

Gross: As well as the bull's penis, Giovanna was tasked with also eating a fermented duck egg, a cow’s nose, raw fish eye, sheep’s testicle

Gross: As well as the bull's penis, Giovanna was tasked with also eating a fermented duck egg, a cow’s nose, raw fish eye, sheep’s testicle

Gross: As well as the bull’s penis, Giovanna was tasked with also eating a fermented duck egg, a cow’s nose, raw fish eye, sheep’s testicle

Earlier on, Vernon was given a terrifying task for his final trial, as he took part in the Table of Torment which saw him get strapped down and covered in a variety of critters as well as rotten fruit and vegetables. 

The endurance test saw Vernon play for the starters of their final dinner, with the first three stars for the meal, a fourth for a drink, and a fifth for a treat of his choice.

Vernon was shackled to the table for a total of ten minutes, and every two minutes he endured while covered in the bugs and other detritus earned him one star.

Prize: Vernon's endurance test saw him play for the starters of their final dinner, with the first three stars for the meal, a fourth for a drink, and a fifth for a treat of his choice

Prize: Vernon's endurance test saw him play for the starters of their final dinner, with the first three stars for the meal, a fourth for a drink, and a fifth for a treat of his choice

Prize: Vernon’s endurance test saw him play for the starters of their final dinner, with the first three stars for the meal, a fourth for a drink, and a fifth for a treat of his choice

Tough: Vernon was shackled to the table for a total of ten minutes, and every two minutes he endured while covered in the bugs and other detritus earned him one star

Tough: Vernon was shackled to the table for a total of ten minutes, and every two minutes he endured while covered in the bugs and other detritus earned him one star

Tough: Vernon was shackled to the table for a total of ten minutes, and every two minutes he endured while covered in the bugs and other detritus earned him one star

Unhappy: Shocked by the horrendous smell of the rotten fruit and vegetables, Vernon told Dec and Ant McPartlin: 'Oh my god that’s disgusting, that stinks'

Unhappy: Shocked by the horrendous smell of the rotten fruit and vegetables, Vernon told Dec and Ant McPartlin: 'Oh my god that’s disgusting, that stinks'

Shocked: Vernon was seen gagging as he endured the trial

Shocked: Vernon was seen gagging as he endured the trial

Unhappy: Shocked by the horrendous smell of the rotten fruit and vegetables, Vernon told Dec and Ant McPartlin: ‘Oh my god that’s disgusting, that stinks’

Shocked by the horrendous smell of the rotten fruit and vegetables, Vernon told Dec and Ant McPartlin: ‘Oh my god that’s disgusting, that stinks.’

Despite the uncomfortable feeling, Vernon endured the full 10 minutes and thus earned all the stars as he claimed: ‘That is the most horrific thing I’ve ever done in my entire life.’

It was Jordan’s job to earn the desserts for their final meal, and to do so he took the Iron Maiden on for his final trial in the camp.

Candid: Despite the smell, Vernon endured the full 10 minutes and thus earned all the stars as he claimed: 'That is the most horrific thing I’ve ever done in my entire life'

Candid: Despite the smell, Vernon endured the full 10 minutes and thus earned all the stars as he claimed: 'That is the most horrific thing I’ve ever done in my entire life'

Candid: Despite the smell, Vernon endured the full 10 minutes and thus earned all the stars as he claimed: ‘That is the most horrific thing I’ve ever done in my entire life’

Terrifying: It was Jordan's job to earn the desserts for their final meal, and to do so he took the Iron Maiden on for his final trial in the camp

Terrifying: It was Jordan's job to earn the desserts for their final meal, and to do so he took the Iron Maiden on for his final trial in the camp

Terrifying: It was Jordan’s job to earn the desserts for their final meal, and to do so he took the Iron Maiden on for his final trial in the camp

The radio presenter was locked inside a cage for ten minutes as snakes were lowered in with him, and every two minutes he endured meant he would win a star – the first three for their meals, while the other two could be used for a drink and treat.

While he was in the cage with the slithering creatures, Jordan cried out: ‘Oh god, it’s a snake. Happy place. Happy place! I’m going to be drinking gin with Bev in Spain.’

Despite his fears, Jordan managed to successfully complete the trial, which meant their final dinner was a veritable feast. 

Scary: The radio presenter was locked inside a cage for ten minutes as snakes were lowered in with him, and every two minutes he endured meant he would win a star

Scary: The radio presenter was locked inside a cage for ten minutes as snakes were lowered in with him, and every two minutes he endured meant he would win a star

Slithering in: The snakes were seen slithering around Jordan while he was in the cage

Slithering in: The snakes were seen slithering around Jordan while he was in the cage

Scary: The radio presenter was locked inside a cage for ten minutes as snakes were lowered in with him, and every two minutes he endured meant he would win a star

Worried: While he was in the cage with the slithering creatures, Jordan cried out: 'Oh god, it’s a snake. Happy place. Happy place! I’m going to be drinking gin with Bev in Spain'

Worried: While he was in the cage with the slithering creatures, Jordan cried out: 'Oh god, it’s a snake. Happy place. Happy place! I’m going to be drinking gin with Bev in Spain'

Worried: While he was in the cage with the slithering creatures, Jordan cried out: ‘Oh god, it’s a snake. Happy place. Happy place! I’m going to be drinking gin with Bev in Spain’

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