Pregnant Emma Willis’s cake cravings

London, Jan 7 (IANS) TV presenter Emma Willis, who is expecting her third child with husband Matt Willis, has been craving “a lot of” cake.

The 39-year-old has developed an obsession with cake and can’t stop scoffing it down, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“You can’t make a cake out of just flour it takes a lot of things. I say cake because I eat a lot of it at the minute,” Willis told BANG Showbiz.

Willis, who is currently hosting “The Voice”, will be just weeks away from her due date when the singing reality show concludes in April. She’s hoping her co-star Marvin Humes, will be able to take on most of the hard work when the competition hits the live shows.

She explained: “I will probably be relying heavily on Marv because I’ll be about eight months by then. So, yeah, Marv is going to have the weight of two human beings on his back.”

Samuel L. Jackson reveals curse cure

Actor Samuel L. Jackson’s stammer is cured when he says “m**********r”.

The 67-year-old’s speech impediment was so debilitating when he was younger, he was bullied and “stopped speaking for almost a year in school” but discovered an unusual way to rectify his stutter, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

“I have no idea (how) but it just does. It clicks a switch that stops the d-d-d b-b-b, because me, I stuttered really, really, really badly for a long time,” Jackson said.

“The Hateful Eight” actor, whose character in “Snakes on a Plane”, FBI agent Neville Flynn, memorably said: “I’ve had it with these m***********g snakes on this m***********g plane” – taught him to control his speech impediment without formal speech therapy and his hard work eventually paid off.

He said: “I read a lot. I read things about breathing exercises, I actually went to the library to combat stuttering.”

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