There’s trouble brewing in Essex. The stars of The Only Way Is Essex have been warned by bosses to stop complaining or leave the show.
Many TOWIE stars have complained about the long hours of filming and the low pay (everyone gets £80 a day), but the show’s bosses have hit back, issuing the cast with a warning letter,
“Bosses aren’t prepared to take any nonsense,” a source tells The Sun.
“They know some cast members have been complaining about long hours and low pay but have told them to stop whingeing and get on with it.
“Producers are particularly annoyed about time-keeping and the way some of them treat production staff. The stars have been told they have to start arriving on time and must be respectful to the crew.
“They have been told nobody is bigger than the show — and if they don’t like it they should leave as there are loads of people who’d replace them in a heartbeat.
The cast can make thousands frompersonal appearances and endorsement deals, so the they probably should get just on with it…
We've missed seeing Dannii Minogue on Saturday night TV (her amazing frocks and ever changing hair styles), but if the BBC has their way she'll be back...
Strictly Come Dancing bosses want Dannii slip on her dancing shoes and take part in the upcoming series,
“The Strictly team would love to have Dannii as a contestant. She would be a huge attraction,” a source tells The Mirror.
“There has been a series of talks with her and her team, and the ball was very much left in her court.”
It would certainly be revenge on Simon Cowell – who left Dan red-faced after revealing details of their secret fling – but we can't see Dannii uprooting herself and son Ethan from the life in Australia after turning down coming back to The X Factor.
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Like a true artiste, Cheryl Cole is hoping to wow fans with her 11 date UK tour this autumn – even if that means raiding her piggy bank for cash.
You see, Cheryl has dreamed up some big ideas for her tour, and now some no-fun accountants are warning the Call My Name singer that she could make a loss from the shows,
“Cheryl wants to make her show as amazing as possible and if that means spending a load of cash on it, so be it,” a source tells The Sun.
“If it were a longer tour, she would make money back from ticket sales. But the ideas she’s coming up with at the moment are not going to come cheap.”
Sounds like fans who have tickets are in for a treat.