Who doesn’t love a good festive movie, whatever the time of year? That was the presiding mood on Twitter last night when ITV2 aired Richard Curtis’s Christmas classic, Love Actually, featuring a busload of famous faces
McFly’s leading crooner Tom Fletcher was full of appreciation for this new trend of wintery classics:
Last night it was The Holiday, tonight it’s Love Actually. Loving the festive movies. Thanks British tv.
The Dallas ratings may have taken a tumble of late, but that doesn’t stop the US supersoap remaining a guilty pleasure for plenty of tweeters. Channel 5’s star-studded import still drew in 1.7m viewers, including an unrepentant Katherine Hall…
Oh Twitter, how do I admit it? I’ve been totally sucked in to Dallas. It’s trash but such sweet trash 🙂 #dallas#shame
And finally we have BBC’s ancestral juggernaut Who Do You Think You Are? Last night’s willing celebrity subject was Doctor Who’s Alex Kingston who was in for a surprise when she traced her roots back to her Jewish ancestry in Victorian England.
The actress’s investigations led to her four-times great–grandmother, Elizabeth Braham, a widow and mother who went to shocking lengths to stave off poverty by running a whore house. @RAFairman revels in the irony of her discovery…
HAHA, #WDYTYA just got interesting, particularly considering once Alex Kingston played Moll Flanders…
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