Entertainment The biggest regrets of your favorite celebrities

06:56  22 october  2020
06:56  22 october  2020 Source:   starsinsider.com

Rochelle and Marvin Humes welcome third child

  Rochelle and Marvin Humes welcome third child Rochelle Humes and her husband Marvin have welcomed their third child into the world, baby boy Blake Hampton Humes.The former Saturdays singer and her husband Marvin Humes welcomed a baby boy into the world on Friday October 4, and they have decided to call the little one, Blake Hampton Humes.

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10 Of The Biggest Celebrity Regrets . Celebrities aren’t the super perfect people we see on TV, and sometimes they have their fare share of insecurities and regrets . Whether it’s about their career or their life choices, celebs aren’t so happy with certain things that they’ve done in their past

Carrie Underwood already had the most CMT Music Awards of any artist, but she'll need to make more room on her shelf. The superstar picked up two more trophies for video of the year and female video of the year in a remotely shot awards show.

Underwood appeared on video to accept for Drinking Alone on Wednesday night and thanked fans for voting for her during an unpredictable year when touring ground to a halt because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"This one is all about you guys especially because we again haven't been together but I feel so loved tonight," Underwood said during the fan-voted country music awards show.

Rochelle Humes: My son is the 'happiest'

  Rochelle Humes: My son is the 'happiest' Rochelle Humes' baby son is the "happiest".The Saturdays singer welcomed her and husband Marvin Humes' third child - a baby boy they have named Blake Hampton Humes - on Friday and they have been "completely overwhelmed" by the support after announcing the happy news.

3.Oprah – Wasted Time. Our next celebrity regret is Oprah’s. It wouldn’t seem like Oprah might have any regrets , because she’s one of the most successful and powerful celebrities in this world, but you know what they say, don’t judge a book by its covers.

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Pop star Gwen Stefani won her first CMT Music Award for collaborative video of the year for her duet with Blake Shelton on Nobody But You. The couple shared a hug and drinks together in their recorded speech. "This is a crazy pairing in lots of different ways but it's working," Shelton said as they clinked glasses.

The country stars came out to celebrate even if audiences weren't there. Country's newest star Luke Combs shotgunned a beer with legends Brooks and Dunn to open the show.

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Country singers Kane Brown and Ashley McBryde joined Modern Family actor Sarah Hyland as co-hosts during Wednesday night's show, which was shot in outdoor locations around Nashville, Tennessee.

Taylor Swift, who won breakthrough video of the year 13 years ago, presented the award to Gabby Barrett, for her song I Hope.

Old Dominion won group video of the year for One Man Band, while Chris Young won CMT performance of the year for his song Drowning.

Luke Bryan won male video of the year for One Margarita, while country duo Dan + Shay won for duo video of the year for their song I Should Probably Go To Bed.

The show had a new category, quarantine video of the year, that highlighted country artists who got creative with music videos and songs during the pandemic. Singer Granger Smith won for his music video Don't Cough On Me!

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© Starface La Ferme Celebrities: Maxime Van Laer regrets having participated in the show Since his participation in La Ferme Celebrities in 2004, Maxime Van Laer has greatly lost in popularity, to the point of being forgotten by part of the public. The comedian believes that the TF1 show had bad repercussions on his career. What if The Celebrity Farm made its big comeback on our screens? Ten years after the broadcast of its third and so far final season, the show could return to the air.

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