We’re almost at the weekend! Of course, the celebrity news headlines are still coming thick and fast so, let’s dig into what we’ve got to explore today!
Harry and Meghan filming at-home docuseries
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are filming a docuseries-style show for Netflix, as part of their deal with the streaming platform which is worth a reported $100 million.
Camera crews are said to have been with them last September, when they went on a trip to New York, as well as their journey to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games in April 2022 and now, they've been given access to their Montecito home.
Reactions to the news are of course split. Some think that, as part of the Royal Family, the two shouldn’t be so public about their private lives. Others think that in 2022, it’s the choice of any individual to be as open or as private about their personal business as they choose.
One thing’s for sure: millions are sure to tune in when the show makes its debut.
Britain's biggest lottery winners go public
After scooping the incredible jackpot of over £184 million in last week’s EuroMillions, a couple from Gloucestershire have now gone public.
Joe Thwaite, 49 and Jess Thwaite, 46 have celebrated taking home the record-breaking amount from the May 10th, 2022 draw and today told the world who they were, celebrating at the Ellenborough Park Hotel in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Their winning numbers were 3, 25, 27, 28 and 29, which they completed with the Lucky Stars 4 and 9.
Chelsea Clinton makes shock Derry Girls cameo
The Derry Girls series finale has made headlines for all the right reasons. Signing off with what many consider to be a perfect ending, there was also a stunning cameo from none other than Chelsea Clinton, who the show’s leading ladies had written to in Season 2, asking her to hang out.
Speaking about her appearance, Clinton said: "Thanks to Lisa McGee's incredible talent, and that of the wonderful cast and crew of Derry Girls, people around the world have been able to better understand and relate to a hugely significant and important period of history in Northern Ireland and for the world.
"Like many, I am a big fan of the series, and I was honoured to be able to appear in the very special final episode. I hope people enjoy watching it as much as I enjoyed being a part of it!"
Sam Ryder discusses his huge success at Eurovision
“I had inklings”, says Sam Ryder, when discussing his second-place finish at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest. “It seemed like it was from the universe.”
Speaking with The Guardian, he explained how he has made his way to where he is now – by living his most authentic life.
He explained: “Cool is the enemy. Cool is the reason that so many people don’t live authentically. And it’s the reason that a lot of dreams end up on the scrapheap, dreams that could have easily been fulfilled otherwise. Cool is something that is imposed on people by someone else whose journey it isn’t.”
I for one cannot wait to see where Ryder’s journey takes him next.