DEMI Lovato has been forced to cancel a second show due to illness.

The US star was due to take to the stage in Birmingham on Tuesday but has postponed the show to June 29 because she is ill and suffering with swollen vocal cords.

It comes a day after the singer had to call off a London show hours before she was due to perform.

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FORMER EastEnders star Leslie Grantham is fighting for his life, according to reports.

The 71-year-old, who played “Dirty” Den Watts in the soap, is reportedly in a critical condition in the UK having returned from Bulgaria where he had been living.

According to The Sun, Grantham has been visited in hospital by close friends in the industry.

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LOVE Island viewers said it was time to “bin” Eyal Booker after he ruined Alex George’s chance of romance with the newest contestant.

The A&E doctor has struggled to find romance on the ITV2 reality series and fans were thrilled when newcomer Megan Barton Hanson asked him on a date in Monday night’s episode.

But things turned sour when Barton Hanson clicked better with Booker, who she also took on a date.

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CORONATION Street star Bill Roache has spoken of his heartache at the death of his on-screen wife Anne Kirkbride and revealed he visited her as she lay dying in hospital.

Roach plays Ken Barlow in the soap while Kirkbride played his wife, Deidre, until her death in 2015 following a battle with cancer.

The pair’s on-off relationship in Coronation Street lasted more than three decades and more people watched their 1981 wedding than Charles and Diana’s two days later.

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In his book Life And Soul, serialised in The Daily Mirror, 86-year-old Roache opened up on the death of Kirkbride and revealed his final words to her.