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On game shows, we know a lot of things can get banned. Sure, on I'm A Celeb, just about everything is banned.

But according to reports, Channel 4's The Jump contestants are banned from having sex for the duration of the show – which is six weeks.

For part of the show, the contestants partners will stay with them for "morale," however Tamara Beckwith has revealed they've been asked to not participate in any extracurricular activities.

According to Yahoo, producers want the contestants to be focused on their game and the competition.

While on the show, Tamara is heard speaking to Tina Hobley about her husband coming for a visit.

"You're supposed to abstain from sex before the big race," said Tamara.

“Don’t worry, there’ll be none of that. I’m not going to let you beat me.”

So, it seems that the deed is the least of the contestants worries. Well, the least of Tina's worries anyway. 


Kanye West might of had a little Twitter meltdown last night, but Brian McFadden really took the biscuit for being abusive on social media.

The former Westlife singer sparked a very foul-mouthed rant on Twitter after a fan insulted his career.

Brian took to the social media site to tell people about his stint on The Jump. He wrote, "This year @TheJumpC4 has gone to new heights!" which he tweeted along with a picture.

However, one user took a dig at the star saying, "Unlike your career hey?!"

But the dad-of-two, who obviously didn't see it as a joke, wrote back: “Shut your face c***!"

And he didn't stop there: "Or I'll find your IP address, find out where you live and strangle you with your f***ing mouse."


Then another Twitter user chimed in and said: "I'd be angry to, if I had to resort to dreadful reality TV to make a living!"

But not one to back down, Vogue's ex said: "As angry as you working in tesco and shopping at lidl?"

The tweets have since been deleted, but not before some eagle-eyed Tweeters took snapshots of them.

We know it's not nice to insult, but we think Brian took it a tad too far here.



Former X Factor star Stacey Solomon starred on reality ski show The Jump recently, and she seemed to be getting very cosy with one fellow contestant in particular – Steve-O from Jackass.

Now, in what has to be one of the most unexpected celebrity pairings in TV history, Stacey has confirmed the pair are indeed an item.

"We're seeing each other and seeing how things go," the singer revealed to New! magazine this week.

Steve-O has even planned a trip back to the UK next month, Stacey admitted. "After the show he had a day in England because of his flights so I invited him over for dinner, he's flown back since but he's coming back in April."

Last week, Stacey shared this sweet picture of the lovebirds with the caption, "@officiallysteveo miss you doofus! #JasmineAladdin X":


A photo posted by Stacey Solomon (@staceysolomon) on

"He is just the nicest person. He’s young at heart and fun like me. But he’s also very thoughtful," the singer said of her new man.

At 40, Steve-O is 15 year's Stacey's senior, but the mum-of-two says the age gap is actually an advantage. "I don't think I could find a 25-year-old male on my emotional level, to be honest," she said.

"At 25, you're still a kid – and I have two children, responsibility and a mortgage, my mindset is a lot older than 25."

We're glad to see them both so happy!




Sad news from Jodie Kidd's camp today as it's been confirmed the model has split from her second husband David Blakeley.

Jodie and ex-soldier David met in November 2013 and got engaged just two months later.

The split was announced yesterday in a statement released by the model which read, "It’s with sadness that David and I have separated. My priority remains my son Indio." Jodie's two-year-old son is from her first marriage to polo player Andrea Vianni, which ended in 2013.

At the time of their engagement, both Jodie and David seemed smitten, with the model saying she was "on cloud nine" and David describing their bond as "extremely special and unique and irreplaceable."

But a source close to the 36-year-old says it's clear Jodie rushed into things by getting married again so soon. "She now admits they rushed into the marriage and [they] didn’t really know each other well enough to make such a big commitment… It just wasn’t working so they mutually made the difficult decision to end things rather than stay in a relationship that didn’t have a future," an insider told The Sun.

It's been a hectic few weeks for Jodie, who was drafted in to replace Sally Bercow in Channel 4 ski show The Jump just three weeks ago, and was flown out to Austria to join the other contestants at the last minute.

We hope she has lots of family and friends supporting her from back home at this tough time.



Celebs – have they learned nothing from social media?

It seems that every week someone new is coming under fire over a distasteful or controversial tweet or Instagram snap, and the latest person to be targeted is socialite and reality star Lady Victoria Hervey.

Victoria has incurred the wrath of social media for a tweet in which she appears to be making a joke out of domestic abuse.

Sharing a photo of herself post-training for Channel 4’s upcoming reality show The Jump, she showed off some bruising underneath her arm.

Her caption, which has left her followers furious, read: “Rocking the battered housewife look. New war wounds from bobsleigh, can we please get an arnica asap!”

One outraged user slammed Victoria over the post, writing: “The fact that you uploaded a picture of a bruise and claimed to be ‘rocking the battered housewife look’ disgusts me. Domestic violence isn’t funny or glamorous and it’s nothing to aspire to ‘rock’. What a vile thing to say.”

Needless to say, the post has now been removed from Victoria’s account.

Seriously, we wonder what goes on in these stars’ heads sometimes.

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