'Once you see it, you cannot unsee it...': In 2015 this photo of Natarsha Belling's green jacket has been shared thousands of times online (left) after Melissa Doyle wore a similar jacket earlier in the year The unfortunate visual illusion was clearly not one the wardrobe department had noticed when dressing the respected journalist; much like when Natarsha Belling, Virginia Trioli and Melissa Doyle all wore a Scanlan and Theodore jacket in March last year, not realising that the neckline was in an accidental phallic shape.
Darnell breaks down the different aspects he looks for when casting his shows, between a host, a judge and a contestant.
Says Darnell, “I put Simon Cowell and Gordon Ramsey in the same bucket." He adds, "In that, they’re both really talented, and the reason people like them is because they are authentic." Darnell argues that viewers, "will forgive a bad day, or an angry comment, if you know they’re real.
Mr Raab left his ministerial post at the Ministry of Justice, the department previously headed up by Mr Gove who lost his job in the Cabinet alongside the likes of George Osborne, Nicky Morgan and John Whittingdale.
Former work and pensions secretary Justin Tomlinson suggested he had also left the Government, tweeting: "Today I shall enjoy the cricket and I will do all I can to support our fantastic new Government".
Rosco Purvis Coltrane is a fictional bumbling and corrupt sheriff character in the American TV series The Dukes of Hazzard along with the movie Moonrunners and the movies that followed.
He is the right-hand man of Hazzard County's corrupt county commissioner, Jefferson Davis "J. The role of Rosco in the television series was played by James Best, who had appeared in numerous films and TV series before landing the role. He was accompanied on the show by his character's pet/police dog (beginning season 3) basset hound named Flash.In the early episodes, the character of Rosco was a serious one.He is depicted as a more hard-nosed, focused, and aggressive sheriff, and actually shot a criminal (not fatally) in an early episode ("Mary Kaye's Baby", the third episode broadcast).He was a little more willing accomplice to Boss Hogg's schemes, fueled by a sense of bitterness and resentment along with money, and also appeared to have the ingenuity to arrange such schemes himself (in the pilot episode, "One Armed Bandits", for example, he seems to be the key organizer behind slot machines being illegally imported into the county), whereas he would soon become a bumbling accomplice, sometimes somewhat unwillingly, with Boss Hogg the brains behind the various scams.Also in "One Armed Bandits", it was explained that Rosco had served Hazzard County for 20 years as "a fairly honest lawman" but became embittered after watching his pension get wiped out following a failed bond referendum, and with just a few months left in office have to run for relection instead of retiring.This notion was explored again in a couple of other early episodes, most notably a scene where Deputy Enos asks him why he turned so corrupt, in the fourth broadcast episode, "Repo Men".