Too Hot to Handle stunners say Netflix’s new sexy series will be the hottest
IZZY Fairthorne did a little to make sure this year’s Too Hot To Handle was the best.
Personal trainer from Manchester said some of the staunchest killers took “seconds” to break the core rules of Netflix shows and the police.
Having sex actually goes against the purpose of the challenge, but she says: “I don’t want to follow the rules. No regret. At the start, I went all the ham.
“Nothing holds me back, but that’s my character.” Competitors Georgia Hassarati, from Queensland, Australia, said: “It’s 100% the longest shirt ever.
“When I watch previous seasons, I really admire how long they’ve held.
“A lot of people were thinking about whether or not they wanted to break the rules.
“While we didn’t really do that. We said, ‘You know what? Everyone is doing, let’s do ‘. ”
She added to Izzy: “I think someone had to start it and I think you did it pretty well.
“We have the same thoughts. We come here for fun and we will have fun. ”
The third series of the hit show – on Netflix from 8am this morning – requires the cast to keep things in order. Each time they fail, the prize pool goes down.
Izzy and Georgia are just two of the contestants from around the world who have flown to the Turks and Caicos islands in Atlantic participation.
The pair revealed the film is so charismatic that they could have done with a reunion show to tie any loose ends.
“I think when we all get back together, some things can flare up again,” Izzy said.
Georgia added: “Too hot, the reunion will be wild, yes.”
The Luth is out there
POOR old DCI John Luther. He always ends up having a hard time with the hit BBC series.
And it’s no different on the movie version made by Netflix, as exclusive images from the Soho, London setting demonstrate.
Idris Elba, who plays Luther, is seen with a cropped nose, possibly from another scene in the edgy thriller.
He’s accompanied by co-star Cynthia Erivo, who we last saw using her theatrical experience as a judge on the show Strictly Coming to Dance.
Activation for all-star version
THE Apprentice continues to be such a crowd pleaser for the BBC – and its creators are now looking at more spin-offs.
And what’s most exciting is the potential for an “all-star” version of the competition, which will involve old applicants returning to perform again.
That can see favorite names like James Hill in 2014, 2013 Veterans Luisa Zissman and Saira Khan, from the first series in 2005, return for duty and are grilled by LORD SUGAR in the boardroom.
The idea is that previous contestants have accumulated more life experience to put in the “process”, which means the competition will reach exciting new levels.
One television insider said: “The BBC is always looking for ways to amplify programs that are loved by many people.
“The Apprentice is proving to be really popular with younger audiences, so it’s an ideal candidate for further exploration.”
I can’t help but wonder if the return of the show’s first winner, Tim Campbell, who returns as one of Lord Sugar’s side characters this year, inspires the idea of it all. stars or not.
Carol is now the same size as Wright
Most of us would be happy with a pair of shoes or a spa day – but Towie’s Carol Wright revealed she gave herself plastic surgery for her 60th birthday.
She appeared on ITV’s Loose Women yesterday and explained why she had her breast implants removed.
Carol, now 61, said she feared they would give her back problems and poor posture.
She added: “They seemed to weigh on my body, they were so big and heavy.”
Shama’s Sickness Escape
Usually, the Apprentice candidates leave at the end of each episode – but tomorrow night’s show sees a much earlier exit.
Kindergarten owner Shama Amin sent her notice to Lord Sugar after her rheumatoid arthritis became unbearable. The mother of five spoke in advance of the BBC1 program’s mission summary:
“I just wanted to say something, Lord Sugar. I have a condition called rheumatoid arthritis.
“For medical reasons, as the process is so physically demanding, I had to make the difficult decision to leave the process.”
Lord Sugar says he is very sad and wishes her all the best – that is so sweet for him.
New avoidance program
THE Weakest Link presenter Romesh Ranganathan has created and will star in a new comedy series called Dodge, for BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
Six floors focuses on a man who has serious conflict avoidance problems, but is forced to change for the sake of his young son.
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