18 February 2019 18:34
Because after this past week, WWE, I'm not sure I'd be happy with any other WWE Championship match at WrestleMania other than Daniel Bryan vs. "Hey, let's put all the heel teams in first to beat up Bayley and Sasha while leaving Nia Jax until the end!" It just makes me tune out until things get good. I think WWE did a wonderful job with the storytelling at the end as well – which is COMPLETELY overdue considering how poorly both Bayley and Banks have been booked in the past year. Tchéky Karyo won the hearts of viewers as Julien Baptiste during two nail-biting series of The Missing – and now the French detective has his own spin-off show coming to BBC1. When we last saw Julien Baptiste at the end of The Missing series two, he was about to undergo an operation to remove a brain tumour.
But in this new series, he is fit and healthy, and tracking down a sex worker in Amsterdam who was reported missing by her uncle Edward (played by Tom Hollander). Call the Midwife's Jessica Raine will also star later in the series as a character named Genevieve, and Anastasia Hille returns to play Baptiste's wife Celia. Baptiste is a "direct sequel" to The Missing, according to writers Harry and Jack Williams, and is set in real-time. When we meet Baptiste in Amsterdam for the spin-off, just over two years has passed since the events of The Missing series two – which aired towards the end of 2016. Harry and Jack Williams have said that yes, there could be a third series of The Missing – but if it went ahead it would be without Baptiste and would have "a brand new story and world".
With the recent push toward expanding the spotlight on women's wrestling, fans have clamored for Chyna's role in WWE history to be better recognized, and her inclusion as part of DX's induction into the Hall of Fame is a major step forward in that regard. He introduced Sean Waltman, who had previously been known as 1-2-3 Kid in WWE and then went to WCW and joined the nWo as Syxx, and had just re-signed with WWE; eventually he'd be known as X-Pac. Later that night, X-Pac, Triple H and Chyna helped the New Age Outlaws win the tag team championship, and the group was official. "They went together as the New Age Outlaws, they started to get over on their own and they really didn't need to be with us, so we just kind of said, 'Look, let 'em do their own thing and we'll do our thing and if the time is right and it needs to be, we'll put 'em together.'" "If you mention DX, depending on your age group and time, I think the unique thing about DX is for a lot of people they see DX and they go, 'It's Shawn, Hunter, and Chyna,' Levesque said. Dolly Parton says her husband isn't 'one of the biggest fans' of her music As beloved as Dolly Parton is, her music isn't for everyone – and that includes her own husband, Carl Dean. On Monday, Parton told "Good Morning Britain" host Kate Garraway that although they've been married nearly 53 years, Dean isn't a huge fan of her songs and has only seen her perform live a few times.
Parton said her husband would rather be listening to rock music or bluegrass rather than her biggest hits. "He's not necessarily one of the biggest fans of my music," Parton said of Dean. Parton said their marriage works despite their different taste in music. "The fact that we like each other, we respect each other, we've always had a good time," Parton told the British morning show about the secret to their lasting marriage. Parton and Dean got married in 1966 when the singer was a rising country star. "My first thought was 'I'm gonna marry that girl,'" Dean said at the time, according to Entertainment Tonight. Dolly Parton says her husband is "not necessarily one of her biggest fans". The '9 To 5' hitmaker has revealed Carl Thomas Dean - who she has been married to since 1966 - is more of a fan of hard rock and bluegrass music than Dolly's country style but she insists he's really "proud" of her and her long career. Speaking to Good Morning Britain, she added: "You know I think that's true - the fact that we like each other, we respect each other, we've