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Buffy star David Boreanaz supports Charisma Carpenter amid Joss Whedon abuse allegations: 'I am here for you'
David Boreanaz is speaking out in support of his Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel co-star Charisma Carpenter. The 50-year-old actress recently came forward with allegations of on-set abuse and misconduct by Buffy creator Joss Whedon. "I am here for you to listen and support you," Boreanaz, who starred alongside Carpenter for years, wrote on Twitter. "Proud of your strength."The 50-year-old actress recently came forward with allegations of on-set abuse and misconduct by Buffy creator Joss Whedon.
Skater Alexandra Schauman is "beyond gutted" that she and celebrity partner Jason Donovan have been forced to pull out of Dancing on Ice.
It was announced on Monday night the pair had quit the 2021 series of the popular ITV show owing to the Australian star's ongoing back pain. It marks the fifth celebrity pair to duck out of the show this year.
Taking to Instagram following 52-year-old Jason's own announcement on his Facebook page, pro skater Alexandra added a statement of her own.
"Finding it hard to find the right words right now..." the Finnish star began. "What a true honor and privilege to have been partnered with @jdonofficial on this series of @dancingonice. To say that I was star struck when we first met would be an understatement even though I played it cool and I think he didn't notice. Told him later though.
Michelle Collins poisoned herself by mistaking daffodils for spring onions
Former 'EastEnders' actress Michelle Collins has revealed she once accidentally poisoned herself after she cooked and ate daffodils in a stir fry, when she mistook them for spring onions. © Bang Showbiz Michelle Collins The former 'EastEnders' actress made a stir fry with what she thought was a spring onion, only to shockingly realise she had in fact chopped up one of the predominantly spring-flowering plants and chucked it into her dinner. The 58-year-old star wrote on Instagram: "I know everyone thought I was #crazy when I said I ate #daffodils but it’s quite easy to do ! #poisonous #surviver .
"Beyond gutted that our time on the ice together has come to such an abrupt end when I feel like we had so much more to show you all. But as always, thank you so much for all your love and support, couldn't have done it without you and a huge thank you to everyone involved with the production of this fantastic show.
"It has been a tough year but I will always treasure these months on the ice knowing that we hopefully have brought some magic into people's living rooms on Sunday night! I will continue to cheer everyone on and wishing my wonderful partner in crime a speedy recovery."
She signed off her note with the words, "No risk-no magic".
Denise van Outen, Billie Faiers, Rufus Hound, and Joe-Warren Plant are the other stars who have had to exit early.
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Lisa Wilkinson, Nicole Kidman, Georgie Gardner, Julie Bishop and Turia Pitt are five amazing Australian women who are at the top of their game and total inspirations. While we love our international feminists Meghan and Amal as much as the next girl, right here in Australia we have so many powerful celebrity women who are total inspirations. So let's take at look at five incredible Aussie celebrities who are not just killing it right now, but great role models for Australian women and girls. Lisa Wilkinson © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Lisa has used her profile to speak out about pay parity.