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The model claims she’s back on form
after a turbulent few years
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he has never been
one for a low-key
launch, and last week
was no exception as
Jordan unveiled her
latest swimwear range!
After the model threw some
glam poses in one of her new
cozzies,
Star
grabbed the chance
for a quick chat – and there was
plenty to grill her about. She’s
had her fair share of ups and
downs in recent months, but in
her usual style, the mum-of-
three isn’t going to take any
criticism lying down.
Most recently, Jordan came
under re from Amy Willerton,
the winner of her talent show
Signed By Katie
, who accused her
of not living up to her promises.
And she’s also been ridiculed for
preparing to get her singing
boots on again for a new single.
But, as always, the 33 year
old, who is also lming for the
next series of
What Katie Did
Next
, due on screens in May, has
shrugged it all off and is ready to
defend everything…
music. I love it, love it, love it.”
Any big collaborations?
“You’ll have to wait and see!
Duets would be my dogs barking
next to me! Actually, I’m not
that bad at opera. I can sing
opera better than pop.”
What’s it been like working with
Dane on your music?
“Dane’s a character. You’ll
see in the show. He’s funny.
The banter between us…”
How do you juggle the different
things going on in your life?
“I don’t know, it’s manic! But
I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Obviously I’ve had a turbulent
three or four years, but now
everything has picked up again
and I’m in a good place. I was
happy during those difcult
years, but I’ve had some
turbulence because of – well,
you know the reasons why – and
the media haven’t exactly been
kind to me. I still got through it
all and I’m back on good form
now. As soon as I go through
my front door and see the kids
and animals, it’s like: ‘I’m home
now,’ and just forget everything.
It is a good and happy time again
– thank God, it has taken ages.”
Do you see yourself having
more children in the future?
“I want at least three or four
more children. I would still
adopt, as well. I say to my mum:
‘Help me nd a child to adopt!’”
How do you feel about running
against Natasha Giggs as
Celebrity Mum Of The Year?
“I didn’t even know that! I don’t
need an award to know I’m a
good mum. I know I’m a good
Jordan wants her mum Amy
to help her adopt a child
mum, so an award doesn’t mean
anything to me.”
What do you think about Stacey
Solomon smoking while seven
months pregnant?
“If you think that is healthy, then
do it. But I wouldn’t.”
You’re launching a swimwear
range. How do you stay body
confident when you’re in
your swimwear?
“Well, I wasn’t condent today.
I’ve just had a chicken Thai curry
and a bowl of tomato soup with
a bowl of chips and I said: ‘Oh
my God, why did I just eat that?’
before I came out. I’ll just learn
how to breathe in!”
Are you quite hands-on with
the designing process?
“Yes, with everything. I love it.
I think more celebs should bring
out more [fashion ranges]. There
is room for all of us and we are
all individual.”
Would you ever consider doing
a men’s swimwear range?
“I’ve thought about bringing out
men’s aftershave, underwear,
swimwear. But I don’t know how
I’d promote that. I don’t think I’ll
look particularly good wearing
a pair of Speedos, do you?”
Ha! Will you
be spotted wearing your
swimwear on the beach?
“You don’t really nd pictures
of me on holiday in bikinis
because I tend to go on holiday
in pap-free areas. I normally go
naked anyway, hence why I’ve
got no tan lines! I nd the right
places to go naked.”
What’s your favourite part
of your body?
“My new tattoo [a garter on her
right leg]. I haven’t nished it
yet, but I love it. I’m obsessed
with stockings, and suspenders
and stuff. Now, even when
they’re taken off, I’ve still got
something quite sexy on.”
Finally, what’s your reaction to
the winner of your
Hello! You’ve been in the
recording studio [with ex Dane
Bowers] recently – what can
we expect musically?
“Wait till you watch my show
– there’s lots to expect!”
You said you’d sworn off
singing aer Eurovision 2005,
so what changed your mind?
“I’ve done an album since
Eurovision and I’ve released
a single. And I’m afraid there’s
more music coming from me.
I’m not going to stop. I love doing
Signed By
Katie
show, Amy Willer
ton,
criticising you?
“I just wish her well. Good luck!
I’d be willing to work with
anyone professional.”
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Nicola Stewart
Katie’s swimwear is part
of the Store Twenty One
range. Available in high-
street branches and at
Storetwentyone.co.uk
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(241)
6.00 Eggheads
The Eggheads tackle a new
team of challengers. (613)
6.30 Britain’s First Photo Album
John Sergeant travels from
Hartlepool to Whitby, looking for
a particular rock formation. (193)
6.00 Regional News
(667)
6.00 The Simpsons
Homer gets trapped in a cave
during a nature walk. (R) (209)
6.30 Hollyoaks
Mercedes goes missing with
baby Bobby ahead of the
christening. (261)
6.00 Home and Away
The police find a blood-stained T-
shirt at the farm. (R) (4518193)
6.30 5 News at 6.30
(4509445)
6
6.30 Local News
(551)
6.30 ITV News,
Weather
(919)
7.00 The One Show
Alex Jones and Matt Baker
present topical stories. (5483)
7.30 EastEnders
See today’s picks. (735)
7.00 The Hairy Bikers’ Bakeation
The second leg of Si King and
Dave Myers’ journey in search of
Europe’s finest baking takes
them through the Low Countries.
Along the way they snort
chocolate and taste the sweet
delights of Bruges. (R) (8613)
8.00 Natural World: Zambezi
The seasonal story of Africa’s
River Zambezi, home to animals
including elephants, water
bualo, zebras and hippos. In the
wet season the rains burst the
banks and all creatures are
forced to move. (1731)
7.00 Emmerdale
Adam sets fire to the garage
with a blowtorch. (9321)
7.30 How Much Is Your Council
Charging You?: Tonight
Claims that authorities are
putting up charges. (803)
7.00 Channel 4 News
(452667)
7.00 Holiday Heaven on Earth
Emma Wilson visits the Arab
state of Oman. (9675716)
7.30 How Do They Do It?
Robert Llewellyn learns about
modifications made to Chicago’s
Dan Ryan Expressway. (4505629)
7
PICK
7.55 4thought.tv
(906532)
8.00 Watchdog
Anne Robinson, Matt Allwright
and Chris Hollins investigate how
to reduce bills with one phone
call. They also examine why
some pet owners are facing
excessive payments for their
visits to the vet. (9919)
8.00 Emmerdale
Adam regrets his actions and
tries to rescue Cain. (3071)
8.30 Coronation Street
Amber throws a party at No 7
when Dev treats Sunita to
dinner at the Bistro. (5006)
8.00 Get Your House in Order
New series. Nick Allen and Abigail
Ahern help consumers who are
unaware of the value of their
possessions. In the first episode,
the duo help shopaholic Amie
Ormand prepare her home ahead
of her marriage. (2629)
8.00 Inside the Titanic
Drama-documentary telling the
story of the sinking of RMS
Titanic in April 1912. The film
follows the men working in the
ship’s massive machine rooms,
and their desperate battle to
save the vessel. (4656261)
8
9.00 John Bishop’s
Sport Relief Hell
See today’s picks. (2483)
9.00 White Heat
The action moves to 1973, and
the nation is in turmoil, stricken
by industrial action and IRA
bombs. Jack is working as a trade
unionist, but compromises his
principles to help his father’s
flagging political career. (1975)
9.00 Love Life
Lucy and baby Arthur are made
homeless when her father Will is
evicted, while Penny is shocked
when she finds out about
Dominic’s aair and goes to see
her mother at the nursing home
where she works. (7551)
9.00 Mary’s Bottom Line
As the apprentices set to work
mastering the machines, Mary
Portas soon realises there is
more to the knicker game than
she originally thought, and
battles to keep the retail price at
the £10 she wanted. (5193)
PICK
9
10.00 BBC News
(570087)
10.00 The Sarah Millican
Television Programme
With Charley Boorman. (59377)
10.30 Newsnight
In-depth analysis of the day’s
major events. (638613)
10.00 ITV News at Ten
(46803)
10.00 Death Row
New series. Film-maker Werner
Herzog interviews inmates on
death row in America in an
attempt to discover what it is
like for the prisoners. (837377)
10.55 Random Acts
(639532)
10.00 Cleaner
(2007)
A crime-scene cleaner realises
someone is using him to destroy
evidence and tries to find out
what they are covering up.
Crime thriller, starring Samuel
L Jackson, Ed Harris and
Eva Mendes. (5136938)
FILM
10.25 Local News
(644396)
10.35 Question Time
David Dimbleby chairs a
topical debate from Grimsby,
Lincolnshire. (465209)
10
10.30 Local News
(543261)
10.35 For Better for Worse
An update on the eight couples
who married in 1998. (450377)
11.00 Embarrassing Bodies
Dr Christian Jessen heads to Ibiza
to tackle the issues of too much
sun, sea and sex, and the
programme meets a cyclist
aiming for Olympic glory, despite
suering from a potentially fatal
blood condition. (R) (439209)
11.20 The Tube
A behind-the-scenes look at the
London Underground, and the
people who work and travel on
the network. (R) (867803)
11
11.35 This Week
Andrew Neil and guests discuss
political developments from the
past seven days. (770938)
11.35 The Jonathan Ross Show
The host chats to Sarah Millican
about her career as a leading
comedienne. (R) (756358)
11.45 Forensic Files
Police identify a murder victim
from her necklace. (R) (9958483)
12.05
The Shooting Gallery: Caught on
Camera (3974120)
12.15
SuperCasino (17029236)
3.55
House Doctor (R) (90323507)
China: Triumph
and Turmoil (R) (1898255)
12.25
Sign Zone: Britain’s Crimes of
Honour – Panorama (R) (6971052)
12.55
Sign Zone: Countryfile (R) (7280439)
1.55
Medium. Allison has a series of
vivid nightmares about the same day.
Drama, starring Patricia Arquette. (R)
(7803526)
1.05
Medium (R) (7495743)
1.45
BBC News (87631697)
4.00-6.00
BBC Learning Zone (28526)
12.30
Take Me Out. With Paddy
McGuinness. (R) (63101)
1.30
The Zone
(43656)
1.05
4.20
12.20
12
A Film
from My Parish (R) (7454830)
2.10
Home
Country (R) (4098859)
2.15
The World’s
Strangest Plastic Surgery and Me (R)
(9324507)
2.00
Wildlife SOS (R) (30404743)
4.45
Wildlife SOS (R) (22789994)
5.10
Michaela’s Wild Challenge (R)
(78934694)
5.35-6.00
Michaela’s
Wild Challenge (R) (46901526)
How Much Is Your Council
Charging You?: Tonight (R) (89583385)
3.25
ITV Nightscreen (9099897)
4.35-5.30
The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) (5189174)
3.00
Sign Zone: Hidden (R) (8277174)
2.55
Sign Zone: Antiques Road Trip (R)
(6050014)
3.40
BBC News (77307014)
3.10
Stagnate (R) (76596101)
Q
REGIONAL VARIATIONS:
WALES
10.35
Race School
Sharp End
STV
1.55
STV News, Weather
Local Weather
STV News at Six, Weather
Bouquet of Barbed Wire
Regional News,
11.05
3.59
6.00
9.00
10.30
Weather
A History of the Titanic in 30
Pieces
10.25
BBC Newsline, Weather
11.35
Hearts and Minds
12.05
This Week
12.55
Sign Zone: Britain’s Crimes of Honour – Panorama
1.25
Sign Zone: See Hear
BBC1 SCOTLAND
1.30
Regional News, Weather
3.00
BBC
News, Weather; Regional News
6.30
Regional News, Weather
10.25
Regional News, Weather
BBC1 WALES
1.30
BBC Regional News, Weather
3.00
BBC News, Weather; BBC Regional News
6.30
BBC Regional News,
Weather
10.25
BBC Regional News, Weather
11.35
Dragon’s Eye
12.05
This Week
12.50
Skiing Weatherview
BBC2 N IRELAND
7.00
In Your Corner
7.30
Hearts and Minds
BBC2 SCOTLAND
8.30
Na Daoine Beaga (The Little
People)
11.00
The Jonathan Ross Show
12.00
The Nightshift
BBC1 N IRELAND
1.30
BBC Newsline, Weather
3.00
BBC News, Weather; BBC Newsline
6.30
BBC Newsline, Weather
6.59
8.50
Bruno
8.55
Srath Sona (Happy Valley)
9.00
Poetry Pie
12.00
Politics Scotland
12.30
Daily Politics
11.00
Newsnight Scotland, Weather
BBC2 WALES
7.00
Dragon’s Eye
7.30
Watson & Oliver
102
TUBS
19 MARCH 2012
www.star-magazine.co.uk
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