Victoria Beckham finally makes a profit in fashion and Boris Johnson attempts to justify 'partygate' scandal
Boris Johnson will give evidence in his defence over allegedly misleading Parliament during 'partygate' scandal
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Head of Audience Gurj Nanrah brings you today's PeopleWorld Hot and Not list.
A fashion designer, a politician, and one of the UK's biggest artists make up part of PeopleWorld's latest hot or not list.
First up is Ed Sheeran who has released the trailer for his upcoming documentary 'The Sum Of It All'. This looks like an emotional one.
Ed will look back on a tough year during the Disney+ four-part series which will focus on the tragic death of his friend and SBTV founder Jamal Edwards. The series is also expected to follow his wife's diagnosis with a tumour during her second pregnancy.
We're sure this will be a tough but engaging watch for us all.
Next on our 'hot' list is Victoria Beckham who has finally turned a corner in her fashion industry purists - more than 15 years after entering the field.
The latest indications are that Victoria will finally turn a profit with the business as revenue has risen 42 percent to £58 million in the last year. After losses in previous years, we certainly think Victoria deserved her big break here.
Our final hot today is Florence Pugh who stunned during the New York City screening of her new film 'A Good Person' wearing a necktie top with a black maxi-skirt.
She even brought her parents and grandmother along to the premiere - with reports that her ex Zach Braff even sat down with Florence's parents for a meal during the US trip. In light of this, PeopleWorld takes a look at her dating past.
Now onto our 'not' list and first up is radio host Roman Kemp. This is an amusing one that has surely left his head in his hands.
Roman found a 'half and half' Crème Egg that could have been worth up to £10,000. But sadly he was too quick to gobble it up. Perhaps it just wasn't meant to be?
Next on our 'not' list is Love Island's Ollie Williams. The Cornish aristocrat left the 2020 series just three days into the winter series and now following an online post, has been slammed by PETA as 'cold-hearted' after he once again bragged about shooting deer and posing with their dead bodies.
PETA Vice President Mimi Bekhechi said: "It takes a cold heart to enjoy traumatising, hurting, and killing animals who are minding their own business."
Our final 'not' today is Boris Johnson who is feeling a different kind of pressure. The former PM is set to face the Commons Privileges Committee on Wednesday where he's sure to be grilled by MPs over whether he misled Parliament about Covid-19 rule-breaking parties.
In evidence he has now published ahead of then, he has accepted that the "House of Commons was misled by my statements that the Rules and Guidance had been followed completely at No. 10."
Yes, we'd hate to be Boris right now too...
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