It’s Over! Nancy O’Dell’s Divorce Will Be Final By The End Of May

Entertainment Tonight host  Nancy O’Dells marriage will officially be over at the end of the month RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

O’Dell’s estranged husband, Keith Zubchevich, filed for divorce in 2017 and according to court documents filed in the Los Angeles County Superior court obtained by Radar the “judgment of dissolution,” would take place on May 29, 2018.

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“The court finds and orders that all issues of property division, child support, child custody, spousal support, attorney’s fees and reimbursements,” were agreed upon in 2017 the documents stated.

The veteran TV host and her husband split after 13 years of marriage and planned to share custody of their daughter, Ashby.

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O’Dell’s original divorce papers cited “irreconcilable differences,” as the reason for the separation.

At the time of the split a source told Us Weekly it was “amicable and their focus is on their kids.”

Zubchevich has two children from a previous marriage.

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The clicking point of video games – Reader’s Feature

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The Last Of Us Remastered – did it click with you straight away?

A reader explores that vital moment when a video game finally clicks with you, using examples from The Last Of Us to Cuphead.

The clicking point must be the ultimate goal for games designers. The point after the tutorial, when the gamified learning has embedded itself in the users’ mind, after this there’s the need for the further alchemical step of the game resonating with you… and then it has you. Its tendrils wrapping around your amygdala with the hope that this will also happen… Read the full story

Weekend Hot Topic, part 1: What’s the most surprisingly good video game you’ve played?

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Dark Souls – not love at first sight

GameCentral readers reveal the times they were surprised by a game they thought they wouldn’t like, from Dark Souls to Monster Hunter.

The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader Gannet, who asked what game or games you were convinced you wouldn’t like but ended up loving Why did you think you wouldn’t enjoy the game and what was it that turned you around?

As you’d expect the most common reason for being surprised was not having played any similar games before – or not having enjoyed them. But many classic titles eventually found a… Read the full story

The problem with Microsoft and why the Xbox One X is the best console – Reader’s Feature

Xbox One X – the most powerful console in the world

A reader explains why he thinks Microsoft has the best console but the worst games, and what he thinks they should do about it.

For the last several months there has been a consistent narrative that Microsoft has messed up this generation of consoles and is making things worse for themselves by not investing in first party exclusives. This started almost as soon as the disastrous first reveal for Xbox One, but intensified once the Switch came out and flew off shelves precisely because it had great first party games.

Because of all the complaints it’s also led to Xbox fans… Read the full story

9 New Charges Filed Against House Of Horrors Dad

The father who held his 13 children hostage in a house of horrors is facing additional charges of perjury, RadarOnline.com has learned.

David Turpin was charged on Friday, March 4, with eight new counts of perjury for allegedly filing false documents from 2010 to 2017 with the California Department of Education that said his children were receiving full-time education in a private day school.

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As RadarOnline.com readers know, Turpin and his wife, Louise, were arrested and charged with multiple felony counts of torture, false imprisonment and abuse after authorities found the children,  ages 2 to 29, living in fear and squalor in the Turpins’ Perris, Calif. Home.

The Turpins appeared in Riverside Superior Court on Friday, but David has yet to enter a plea on the eight new counts, said John Hall, a spokesman with the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office.

David, 56, and Louise, 49, were arrested on Jan. 14, 2018 after their 17-year old child escaped the house of horrors by climbing out of a window and then calling 911.

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David Turpin will be arraigned on the new counts on May 18 and a preliminary hearing has been scheduled for June 20. If convicted of all charges, the Turpins each face a maximum sentence of life in prison. In California, a charge of torture carries a potential life sentence, Hall said.

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Mary Berry’s new show Britain’s Best Home Cook fails to match Bake Off’s success as only 2.9 million tune in

Mary Berry's new show Britain's Best Home Cook gets just a quarter of the ratings Great British Bake Off did

Mary Berry’s latest show just couldn’t match Bake Off in the ratings (Picture: BBC/KEO)

The Great British Bake Off was one of the BBC’s most popular shows ever.

So it must come as a massive disappointment to both the former star of GBBO and bosses at Beeb that Mary Bary’s ‘Bake Off rival’ failed to match its predecessors heady heights.

Britain’s Best Home Cook seemingly failed to rise to the occasion, and pulled in just 2.9 million people on Thursday night, according to the Daily Mirror.

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Love Island’s Gabby Allen ‘was a shoulder to cry on for Dan Osborne amid Jacqueline Jossa split rumours’

Gabby Allen, Jacqueline Jossa, Dan Osborne

Gabby is said to have been a ‘shoulder to cry on’ for Dan (Picture: Getty Features)

Love Island star Gabby Allen has reportedly been a ‘shoulder to cry on’ for Dan Osborne amid his reported relationship woes with wife and EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa.

Jacqueline – who is pregnant with the couple’s second child – broke her silence earlier on today on Loose Women, insisting that her marriage was ‘fine’ despite the ongoing reports that she has split from Dan.

But now sources have told The Sun that Gabby, who recently split from her Love Island co-star Marcel Somerville, lent an ear to Dan’s troubles as… Read the full story