If you didn’t catch it last week, there was a surprise guest presenter on ITV’s Good Morning Britain last week.
After a mixed bag of puppets, magic, roller-skating and Jane and Delores, last night's Britain's Got Talent ended with a pop star in the making…
<p>Victoria Wood has said she hates comedy panel shows – comparing them to zoos and saying she’ll never go on one.</p>
<p>Christopher Eccleston has revealed how he prepared for his latest character by going for a swim.</p>
Gina Rodriguez and Justin Baldoni have promised anything can happen in Jane The Virgin – the new comedy which begins this week on E4.
Samuel West has revealed he has never held any other job, other than being an actor.
<p>EastEnders’ Max Branning has trouble on the horizon, of a more complicated sort than he first realises.</p>
Variety, they say, is the spice of life. And variety is definitely what you get on Britain’s Got Talent. You just never know who or what’s going to turn up on that stage!
With Dermot O’Leary being replaced by
There seems to a spate of TV shows being made into films with Jennifer Saunders penning a big-screen version of Absolutely Fabulous and the soon-to-be-released Spooks: The Greater Good
Sitcom fans are looking forward to seeing the movie version of Absolutely Fabulous, but it seems that another hit comedy could hit the big screen.
<p>The Voice winner Stevie McCrorie has admitted he needs to work hard to make sure his charm doesn’t wear thin.</p>
<p>Hollyoaks star Daisy Wood-Davis has teased her character Kim Butterfield could be the Gloved Hand Killer.</p>
Simon Cowell has admitted he was so panicked by the news that Zayn Malik wanted to leave One Direction, he was 'about to jump off a cliff'.
ITV has confirmed our story yesterday that mouthy gran Madge Harvey will return to hit comedy Benidorm, after fans tweeted pictures with act
Sarah Jessica Parker’s HBO follow-up to Sex And The City is a comedy about marital woes.
After seven gruelling weeks one amateur cook’s dream of lifting the coveted MasterChef trophy is