So tell us Donny, how do you look just the same as you did in 1972 | UPDATED: 14:18 GMT, 22 November 2012 Late in the evening in Las Vegas and the audience spilling out of the theatre at the Flamingo hotel consists largely of women of a certain age — a giddy, cooing mass of hormone replacement and hairspray.
It's date night! The loved up members of The Wanted enjoy dinner with their ladies in Hollywood | UPDATED: 09:33 GMT, 21 November 2012 They make no secret of their love of partying and hanging out with beautiful ladies. But The Wanted's Tom Parker and Siva Kaneswaran are equally as happy spending time with their other halves
'It's not just a singing competition': Kye Sones is sent home as Tulisa calls Rylan Clark the entertaining act on X Factor | UPDATED: 10:22 GMT, 5 November 2012 Even though Lucy Spraggan had withdrawn from the show, it was business as usual on X Factor and Kye Sones became the latest act sent home. Rylan Clark and Kye found themselves in the bottom two after receiving the lowest amount of public votes
'It's not just a singing competition': Kye Sones is sent home as Tulisa calls Rylan Clark the entertaining act on X Factor | UPDATED: 22:17 GMT, 4 November 2012 Even though Lucy Spraggan had withdrawn from the show, it was business as usual on X Factor and Kye Sones became the latest act sent home. Rylan Clark and Kye found themselves in the bottom two after receiving the lowest amount of public votes.
How Denise danced up a storm on Strictly: Complaints made about stage school trained star after she topped the leaderboard Strictly beat The X Factor on Saturday night in the ratings war, winning an average audience of 9.9million viewers | UPDATED: 07:50 GMT, 15 October 2012 When Denise Van Outen was signed up to Strictly Come Dancing, there were mutterings that her stage school training might put her at an unfair advantage. Now those complaints have got a whole lot louder after the presenter and West End star topped the leader board with an impressive score of 32 out of 40. Miss Van Outen, 38, flaunted her pedigree dancing a jive with partner James Jordan on Saturday night, and executed a perfect cartwheel, despite suffering whiplash in training
'You can’t judge that you just have to be honoured' : Nicole Scherzinger breaks down in tears as 16-year-old Ella Henderson performs | UPDATED: 22:07 GMT, 23 September 2012 There were plenty of tears from the contestants on tonight's episode of the X Factor but one young star left Nicole Scherzinger weeping. Ella Henderson wowed the judges and the crowd with her performance of Cher's track Believe but the former Pussycat Doll singer couldn't hold back her tears
X Factor producers scour London as talented homeless singer goes missing | UPDATED: 11:16 GMT, 16 September 2012 While most X Factor contestants strive for a coveted spot at Judges Houses, one talented performer is about to lose his opportunity after going missing. Homeless acoustic singer, Robbie Hance, who blows judges away on tonight’s (Sunday) show has gone AWOL and producers are desperately trying to hunt him down. According to The Sunday Mirror, the 26-year-old, who has been sleeping rough on the streets on central London for the last six years, has suddenly become incommunicado, sparking concerns over his whereabouts.
Lauren family take front row seats for lavish Spanish fiesta as designer Ralph shows 80th catwalk collectionLadylike bullfighters flamenco down the runway in jaunty fedoras, frilled sleeves, toreador jackets and hip-ballooning jodhpurs.
Giving Adele a run for her money! Ella Henderson wows the X Factor judges with heart-rending tribute to her grandfather | UPDATED: 08:25 GMT, 19 August 2012 Jahmene Douglas and Curtis Golden also early front-runners after last night's show Adele has made a career out of using her heartbreak and life lessons to inspire her songs.
When he broke down on BGT it provoked claims of exploitation. But nine-year-old Malakai’s mother defiantly insists . . . My son’s TV tears were a price worth paying for a chance of fame | UPDATED: 11:44 GMT, 7 June 2012 Standing in the glare of the spotlight, nine-year-old Malakai Paul could feel himself buckling under the pressure of expectation