OK!'s columnist, comedian Judi Love, has given her verdict on Love Island's latest Casa Amor drama, slamming contestant Jacques O'Neill for his treatment of Paige Thorne.
Writing in her column, Judi also congratulates old timer Omar Lye-Fook for his latest role on EastEnders, telling OK!: "I’m overjoyed that he's finally being praised as the multi-talented superhero that he is." She also speaks out on Prince Harry's condemnation of Netflix for potentially portraying his and wife Meghan Markle's exit from the royal family, and waves goodbye to Boris Johnson. Sign up – for free – to read Judi's full column!
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Casa Amor chaos
In last week’s column, I predicted only Andrew, Luca, Indiyah and Dami would stay loyal to their current Love Island partners, but what a difference a few days can make!
I’m happy Indiyah came back to the main villa with Deji without having kissed him, because it proves she’s willing to test if they have a genuine connection. But that showdown with Dami, wow! You could cut the tension with a knife.
As for Jacques, he hasn’t got a leg to stand on. He treated the last week like a lads’ holiday – "What happens in Casa Amor, stays in Casa Amor" – except it doesn’t!
He treated Paige and Cheyanne terribly and I hope they can both move on from him and find The One.
Omar is an old timer!
EastEnders fans have been praising newbie Avery Baker – played by Omar Lye-Fook – for taking to Walford like a duck to water. But what a lot of people don’t realise is that Omar has been in showbiz, specifically the UK’s R&B circuit, for years!
He’s written so many great songs, including the hit There’s Nothing Like This, which he sang live at Hyde Park in 2016, supporting legend Stevie Wonder.
There are so many highly skilled Black artists in the UK who haven’t yet had the recognition for their contribution to British pop culture. So I’m overjoyed that Omar’s finally being praised as the multi-talented superhero that he is.
Harry's brave decision
Rumours are swirling that Prince Harry is insisting that Netflix do not cover his and Meghan Markle’s exit from royal life in their upcoming documentary.
I can understand his reasoning – he wants privacy and protection for his family.
Harry made the brave decision to step down as a senior royal and move to the States because he didn’t appreciate how his wife and children were being treated. So to sensationalise that for an entertainment programme seems wrong.
Just because he’s in the public eye doesn’t mean that the story of his whole life is up for grabs.
Let’s be real – Parliament has become a pantomime! I never like to heavily criticise anyone, or tell them what they should or shouldn’t be doing, but with Boris Johnson, it was clear his time was up.
Everyone should be humble enough to admit when they’ve done wrong – because we all make mistakes – but that was never going to happen with Boris.
He was too proud. I lost confidence in him as Prime Minister a long time ago, and it was only a matter of time before his Cabinet gave up on him as well.
The next question is, who’ll replace him?
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