Feb 23, 2021
Birds of a Feather star Pauline Quirke fell out with co-star mates after extraordinary row outside toilet
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BIRDS of a Feather star Pauline Quirke fell out with her castmates after an extraordinary row outside a toilet.
The actress, 61, is no longer speaking to former best pal Linda Robson or Lesley Joseph following several backstage barneys.8Pauline Quirke fell out with her Birds of a Feather castmates after an extraordinary rowCredit: Rex Features 8Pauline is no longer speaking to Linda Robson or Lesley Joseph following several backstage barneysCredit: ITV
The Sun told this week how the fall-outs meant Pauline was snubbed for last year’s Christmas special.
A source close to Linda, 62, said the atmosphere on set between Pauline and the rest of the cast became more hostile as the years passed.
The source said: “The nadir came during one astonishing row at Teddington Studios, culminating in Pauline and Lesley squaring off, noses centimetres apart, outside the women’s loos.
“They were basically pulled apart by stunned crew members.
“Things went rapidly downhill from there.8A source says the atmosphere between Pauline and the rest of the cast became more hostile as the years passedCredit: Handout 8The fall-outs meant Pauline was snubbed for last year’s Birds of a Feather Christmas specialCredit: ITV Most read in BizarreEX-WIFE PARADISE!Tiger Woods’ ex Elin Nordegren sells Florida home for $28.6 millionBreakingthis is himMandy Moore welcomes first child, son August, with husband Taylor GoldsmithExclusive'ANGRY & RUDE' Bachelor's Chris Harrison branded 'male version of Ellen DeGeneres'NATIONAL TREASUREWhat happened to Frank on American Pickers?'NOT RACIST'Rachael Kirkconnell's antebellum-themed party image explained'HORRIBLE'Teen Mom's Vee slammed for wanting to make kids clothes based on her podcast
“It’s a sad ending to what was one of the most endearing and popular friendships in television.
“Linda doesn’t believe they’ll ever speak again.”
All three declined requests to comment.8Things between the co-stars went 'rapidly downhill' after a falling out outside the women’s loosCredit: Handout 8Pauline is said to have 'squared off' with Lesley JosephCredit: Rex Features 8Linda Robson 'doesn’t believe she will ever speak to Pauline again'Credit: Rex Features 8The trio's friendship is said to have been 'one of the most endearing and popular in television'Credit: ITV Birds Of A Feather's Sharon nearly falls out with Tracey after she decides to downsize house
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James Corden got Prince Harry to rap the words to 'The Fresh of Bel-Air' song outside the iconic house from the '90s sitcom
James Corden and Prince Harry outside "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" home. The Late Late Show/CBS
- Prince Harry and James Corden rapped "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" theme song together.
- They sang the lyrics outside the white house featured in the show before FaceTiming Meghan Markle.
- "If it's good enough for The Fresh Prince, it's good enough for a real prince," Corden joked.
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Prince Harry rapped the theme song to "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" outside the famous white house from the 1990s sitcom.
The Duke of Sussex, who has lived in California since last March, joined James Corden for a segment on "The Late Late Show" called "An Afternoon with Prince Harry & James Corden," which takes place during an open-top bus tour of Los Angeles.
The first stop on the tour was the house where the Banks family lived in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
"If it's good enough for The Fresh Prince, it's good enough for a real prince," Corden joked.
When asked if he remembers the theme song by DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince, Harry surprised viewers by immediately rapping the well-known lyrics, before Corden joined in himself. Harry and Corden were then greeted at the door by the real owner of the 10-bedroom mansion.
"How much would you sell this house to Harry and Meghan for?" Corden asked the owner, who simply responded: "Make me an offer."
Harry, who reassured Corden that he had been tested for COVID-19, made himself at home by asking if he could use the bathroom because he was "dying for a pee."
Corden used Harry's phone to FaceTime Meghan Markle to get her verdict on whether the couple should move into the luxury home. "I think this is where you should live," he told the duchess.Meghan Markle on FaceTime with James Corden and Prince Harry. The Late Late Show/CBS
"I don't think there's anything cooler, you'd be The Fresh Princess of Bel-Air," he added. Markle said it's wonderful that Harry feels at home enough to use the bathroom, but that she thinks they have done enough moving.
During the call, Markle can also be heard referring to her husband by the nickname "Haz," which Corden picked up on and said: "I didn't know we were calling you Haz now."
Harry replied: "Well, you're not my wife."
During the tour, Harry revealed endearing details about his family, including the fact that the Queen sent Archie a waffle-maker for Christmas, and that Prince Philip doesn't know how to properly leave Zoom calls.
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