Emily Atack has found love with award-winning movie producer just four months after I'm A Celeb

SHE famously admitted to having a crush on Harry Redknapp’s son Jamie while on I’m A Celeb.

But just four months after emerging from the jungle, Emily Atack has found love — with an award-winning movie producer.

I can reveal the TV star is dating Rob Jowers, the London-based managing director of Spectrecom Films.

A source said: “Emily has been so busy with work that she hasn’t really had time for dating.

“But she met Rob through friends and they have recently spent a lot of time together.

“They are getting on really well and having a lot of fun.

“Emily is super-happy at the moment — it’s an incredibly exciting time for her.”

The I’m A Celeb runner-up, who lost out to former Spurs boss Harry, enjoyed a date with Rob earlier this week at central London’s SushiSamba Japanese restaurant, before leaving hand-in- hand with him.

Emily — who has been filling in for Holly Willoughby on This Morning this week — split from model Jack Vacher, her boyfriend of five years, at the beginning of last year.

And last week during her new Talk Thirty To Me comedy tour, she hinted that the break-up was so bad it almost landed her in hospital.

She explained: “I was dumped and was so depressed I went out drank a bottle of vodka and nearly had to have my stomach pumped. I was miserable.”

Emily, who has previously been linked to celebs including Harry Styles, comedian Seann Walsh and Dancing On Ice pro Fred Palascak, added that she had got herself back on the dating scene and woke up in bed with a stranger following an all-night sex session after this year’s Brits.

She said: “I went home with a bloke — shock. I woke, had no idea where I was. I s*****d him until about 10am. I left my knickers there. I will be seeing them on eBay.”

It’s safe to say that Rob won’t be making a bid on them.

Bottoms up for Nicola

NICOLA Roberts is putting any troubles behind her –  by using former bandmate Kimberly Walsh’s bottom as a stress ball to combat bouts of anxiety.

Speaking at the launch of The Ivy Spinningfields’ roof garden in Manchester on Friday, the Girls Aloud singer revealed: “Kimberley’s bum is a bit like a comfort thing, like a teddy. I’ll just stand there and pat it and feel calm.”

She attended the bash with a host of celebrities including Caroline Flack, Laura Whitmore and Jack Guinness, also revealed she’s trying to launch an acting career.

Nicola, who helped pen Cheryl’s comeback album, said: “I have an agent and I want to act.

“I’ve been binge-watching The OA on Netflix because it’s all about space and galaxies and dimensions which I’m interested in.

“It’s so beautifully done. It is incredible.

“That’s the kind of thing I’d love to do.”


JUST a week after I revealed Taylor Swift was about to drop some new music, she has launched a countdown clock teasing a new release in two weeks’ time.

Yesterday, the singer put a timer on her website and Instagram page, set to go off on April 26, exactly 12 days from now.

Simon woos Fleur for All Stars

FLEUR East has healed her rift with ex-boss Simon Cowell – as he desperately hunts for X Factor talent to sign up for his new All Stars celebrity version.

The singer, right, released from his Syco label last year, said Simon reached out during her stint in the I’m A Celeb jungle but she had not yet been tempted.

She said: “I spoke to him and he said he saw me in the jungle and thought I came across really well and did really brilliantly, so it’s nice to know he’s still support-ive. I’ve done X Factor twice now, it gave me a huge platform but I don’t know if I want to go back and change those memories.”

Of her Syco days, she added: “There’s no bad blood. We’re cool. We got to a point where creatively we were not going in the same direction.”

Fleur is gearing up to release a follow-up to her 2015 debut album Love, Sax and Flashbacks at the end of this year, and has penned 14 tunes.

But first she is lending her talent to Children with Cancer UK’s new charity campaign, which today releases new single Tomorrow’s A Better Day.

She’ll sing at its Bravery to the Bell fundraisers across the country in September, in a line-up that also including Flawless and Joe McElderry.

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Jacko back in doc

MICHAEL Jackson will be back in the spotlight weeks after documentary Leaving Neverland’s harrowing sexual abuse claims shocked the world.

A Channel 5 show, 13 Moments That Killed Michael Jackson, will look at the stress the superstar was under in the lead up-to his collapse in June 2009.

The upcoming show will reveal the events that led to the singer’s death from a prescription drugs overdose.

It will also examine Jacko’s relationship with doctor Conrad Murray, who was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

A source said: “Jackson has been in a storm of controversy this year already. Now comes a new documentary charting 13 things that led to his death.”


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