East Enders fans had their suspicions confirmed that Jay Brown's (Jamie Borthwick) girlfriend was a bit too much of a spring chicken, as it was revealed in Monday night's episode (18 April) that Linzi Bragg (Amy-Leigh Hickman) is in fact a 14-year-old schoolchild. Jay was excitedly preparing for a romantic evening with his young girlfriend in a hotel.
But, the mechanic was left surprised when it was divulged that Linzi was in fact the mystery 14-year-old that Louise Mitchell got into a playground scrap with, on her first day at Walford high school, after she was frogmarched out of the building by Thelma. With Phil absent due to attending a hospital appointment, Jay was subjected to picking up Louise from school and was hit for six when his girlfriend appeared at the gates wearing her school uniform. The student had a slight panic attack about being caught, and, after sending him a saucy video earlier in the day, Jay realises he could get into serious trouble for fooling around with an underage girl.
With pundits and commentators queuing up to have their say on Hearts' struggles, Struna revealed they are trying to keep the inquest inside the dressing room.
He said: "Everybody has their own opinion - a lot of strategies about what we must do."It is true the results are not what everybody wants - everybody who supports and who is part of the club.
Other celebs who will be taking to the pitch include Dean Gaffney, Calum Best, Jamie O’Hara, Stevi Ritchie, Jeff Brazier, Jacqueline Jossa, Dan Osborne, Wayne Bridge, Aaron Sidwell, James Hill, Jimmy Constable, Tubes, Franky Fryer, Rocket, Nev Wilshire, Jamie Borthwick, Liam Gatsby, Danny-Boy Hatchard, Jay James, MC Harvey, Daz Everest, Mike Crawshaw.
Former Norwich City football players Adam Drury and Darren Eadie will also be playing.
Fans of Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne have been feasting on tidbits of information about their upcoming nuptials ever since they got engaged in 2015.
Made in Chelsea beauty Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo is on the hunt for love as well, having yet to find the man of her dreams on the E4 series set in wealthy west London.This will be the second time Wood has worn the armband at Carrow Road after his team lost out in 2015. It’s not all about the football at this event as a range of exciting entertainment has also been arranged, from musical performances to dance acts.Highlights will include a half time performance from folk singer Sam Kelly, a routine by East Coast Emeralds cheerleading squad (1.55pm), an act from Theatre Train performing arts school at 1pm outside the 1902 Bottle Bar, as well as a set from The Rock Choir on the pitch at 2.30pm and a dance show by CSF’s disability dance troupe CSF Allstars who will be taking centre stage on the pitch at 2.35pm. Tickets for the event are priced at £10 for adults, £5 for under 18s and £2 for children under 12.His involvement comes after a stint in a rehab clinic in Thailand to help him lead a healthy lifestyle.Fellow TOWIE man Bobby Norris has joined the show too to find Mr.