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Married English TV Presenter Admits To Affair With Another Man, Drug Use

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English television and radio presenter Paul Ross has revealed that for the past year, he has been cheating on his wife with another man, reports The Huffington Post.

Ross is the brother of television and radio presenter Jonathan, who in 2011 revealed that his daughter is gay.

Ross told tabloid newspaper The Sun that he first met former teacher Barry Olivier when he visited a dogging site near his home, to watch other couples having sex.

He also revealed that he regularly snorted mephedrone when he was with Olivier:

"I tried it. Then I got this immediate euphoria... What I didn’t know then was that it makes you feel like you are in heaven when in reality you are actually going to hell."

The affair came to an end when his wife Jackie became suspicious of her husband's whereabouts, and tracked his phone using an app on her iPad.

Jackie has pledged to stand by her husband, saying,

"I’m not wiping out a 14-year relationship for six months of madness, I’m not. Because I know he loves me. I know 90 per cent of Paul is a good man. He’s a good dad. I feel the sex was part of the mephedrone package, I don’t see it as a gay relationship, I see it as part of the drugs. I’m not letting that vile little gargoyle destroy what we’ve got.”

Describing himself as an addict, Ross is now seeking counselling for his addiction to the class B stimulant:

“The person I have been over the last 14 months isn’t someone I recognise. I have done things I didn’t even think it was possible for a human being to do. I have started counselling for my drug addiction. I have had two sessions already. I can’t believe how stupid I’ve been. Jackie has been amazing through this. She is such a brave woman and she doesn’t deserve what I have put her through.”


What To Watch This Week on TV: 'Saved By The Bell' Scandals, Fox Finds 'Utopia' - VIDEO

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Check out our weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking.

— We're so excited, we’re so excited, we’re so … scared for The Unauthorized Save By the Bell Story tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern on Lifetime. I mean, we know it’s going to be terrible, but we’re hoping it’s the kind of terrible that you just want to watch over and over again. The TV movie takes a salacious look at the backstage drama that [allegedly] plagued the seemingly squeaky-clean cast.

Dancers, designers and more shows this week, AFTER THE JUMP ...

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New Amazon Series 'Transparent' Deals With Issues Of Transgender Identity, Familial Relationships: VIDEO

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Amazon's new original series "Transparent" is set to premiere on September 26th (with all ten episodes available to stream on Prime Instant Video), but until then the wonderful trailer for this darkly comic story will have to tide you over. 

"Transparent" follows the various members of the Pfefferman family as they come to terms with their patriarch, Mort (Jeffrey Tambor), announcing that he is now Maura. The trailer promises a great deal of humor and drama, as well as affecting performances from a stellar cast. 

The Amazon press release reads:

Written, directed and executive produced by Emmy-nominee and 2013 Sundance Best Director winner Soloway, Transparent is a ten episode, half hour novelistic series that explores family, identity, sex, and love. The series stars Tambor as Maura, who has spent her life as Mort—the Pfefferman family patriarch. When she reintroduces herself to her family, everyone’s secrets finally start to come out. This includes her ex-wife Shelly (played by Light), and their children—meandering Ali (played by Hoffmann), record producer Josh (played by Duplass), and sexually conflicted Sarah (played by Landecker). Each family member spins in a different direction as they begin to figure out who they are going to become.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to offer our customers all episodes of Transparent in late September,” said Roy Price, Director of Amazon Studios. “Jill has an amazing ability to create deep, engaging and rich stories and characters. We think customers will enjoy this fresh, humorous, and touching series.”

Though the trailer mostly contains small snapshots of what are surely quite meaningful scenes, stick around for the last few seconds--you're sure to get a bit misty-eyed.

Will you be tuning in? Check out the trailer and decide, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Gay Christian Couple To Compete In New Season of ‘Survivor: Blood vs. Water’ - VIDEO

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CBS has introduced the world to the cast members of its latest season of SurvivorSurvivor: San Juan del Sur – Blood vs. Water — and this year’s cast, like the last season of Blood vs. Water, features a gay couple, Joshua Canfield (32) and Reed Kelly (31). Both are singer/dancers who hail from Broadway, having worked on shows such as Spider Man and Wicked. Both Josh and Reed also happen to be Christians. 

Watch a video introducing the couple contestants, AFTER THE JUMP…

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Valerie Cherish Wants Another Take In Season 2 Teaser For 'The Comeback': VIDEO

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She's baaack! HBO has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of The Comeback that sees Valerie Cherish up to her old antics. 

Get teased, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Watch First Two Episodes Of Hilarious Cooking Show/Web Series 'Eat Our Feelings': VIDEO

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Emma Jane Gonzalez and Sasha Winters are two fierce ladies, in and out of the kitchen. Their new not-to-be-missed web series, "Eat Our Feelings," is a hilarious and informative hybrid of scripted comedy and Food Network cooking show. A truly unique experience, you'll find yourself salivating and laughing at the same time. 

The co-stars/writers/chefs have released two episodes already (with help from a dedicated crew, including "Whatever this is." and "The Outs" helmer Adam Goldman), and both hit the spot. Episode one finds Sasha and Emma battling with a local Brooklyn vendor to see who can make the most delicious grilled cheese, while episode two focuses on their failed romances and drunken kitchen escapades. 

The show is a hit, but if two episodes don't fill you up, consider donating on the "Eat Our Feelings" Kickstarter page!

Bon appétit, AFTER THE JUMP...

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