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Scottish singing sensation Jai McDowall shot to fame after winning television talent show Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) in 2011.
Ant and Dec will be hoping to snap up yet another presenting prize at tonight’s National Television Awards (NTAs).
The BBC licence fee has become “increasingly out of date”, former political correspondent John Sergeant has said.
Lena Dunham has revealed that living in the UK has led to a love for Holly Willoughby.
Fearne Cotton has teamed up with The Prince’s Trust to launch a creative initiative aimed at raising funds to boost young people’s mental health.
Massive Attack will perform a headlining set at All Points East festival this year.
BBC Two’s Inside No. 9 could be adapted for the stage, according to Steve Pemberton, who has written and starred in the comedy.
Sir Tom Jones and Dido are to perform at Hampton Court Palace Festival this year.
Daniel Kaluuya has said he does not want his career to be defined by race despite him being “surrounded” by the issue.
Ardal O’Hanlon has said he had to leave Death In Paradise to maintain his sharpness as a stand-up.
Coronation Street has paid tribute to actor Neville Buswell, saying it was “saddened” to hear of his death.
Dumped Love Island star Connor Durman has said he will wait for Sophie Piper now he has left the villa.
Love Island viewers accused Sophie Piper of crying fake tears after her partner Connor Durman was dumped from the villa.
National Television Awards host David Walliams has been pictured rehearsing for the ceremony.
Pet Shop Boys are on course to claim their first UK number one album for more than 26 years.
The Stranglers have announced their final full UK tour, promising to perform tracks spanning their 45-year career together.
Two new singletons who admit they could have a “wandering eye” are set to stir things up on Love Island.
They are one of world's most popular, influential and long-running punk groups.
TV watchdog Ofcom will not investigate complaints about Love Island’s Ollie Williams following a trophy-hunting controversy.
Love Island’s Connagh Howard says his triangle with Sophie Piper and Connor Durman could be the reason why one of the pair face being axed in Monday’s episode.
Jo Brand’s joke about throwing battery acid at politicians had “potential to offend listeners” but was unlikely to incite crime, broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has said.
The author Sir Philip Pullman has called for the commemorative Brexit 50p to be boycotted for not having an Oxford comma.
Tributes have continued to pour in for retired basketball player Kobe Bryant after his death in a helicopter crash, with Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg writing messages for him.
The 1975 will perform at a concert billed as “the greenest show Finsbury Park has ever seen”.
Biffy Clyro, Harry Styles and Calvin Harris are among those who will perform at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Dundee this summer, organisers have announced.
Amma Asante, Carey Mulligan and Gemma Arterton are among those working with the UK branch of Time’s Up to draw attention to the work of women and creatives from diverse backgrounds that they feel should have been recognised by Bafta.
Lewis Capaldi suffered a case of mistaken identity at the Grammys.
Friends star David Schwimmer has dismissed rumours of a revival of the famous sitcom.
Violinist Nicola Benedetti has said she feels “honoured” after winning a Grammy Award at the ceremony in Los Angeles.
The Grammy Awards have drawn criticism after an in memoriam segment saw the names of two artists misspelled.
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Billie Eilish enjoyed an unforgettable night at the Grammys, but the ceremony was marked by sadness following the death of retired basketball star Kobe Bryant.