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I would cast Ed Balls 'in a heartbeat', says West End theatre producer

Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls could transfer his Strictly Come Dancing success into a West End show, the theatre producer behind Harry Potter And The Cursed Child has said.

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Mel Giedroyc turned down Strictly Come Dancing offer

Presenter Mel Giedroyc said she turned down an offer to do Strictly Come Dancing because being on the show herself would have ruined it for her.

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Alesha Dixon 'ashamed' after she sees animals entertaining tourists in Thailand

Singer and TV presenter Alesha Dixon has said she feels "ashamed to be a human being" after seeing animals used for tourists' entertainment in Thailand.

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Pete Tong's Classic House on course to take number one album spot

Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong is on course to claim his first ever UK number one album.

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Kirsty Young: Sir David Attenborough is my favourite Desert Island Discs guest

Desert Island Discs presenter Kirsty Young has revealed that Sir David Attenborough has been her favourite guest on the BBC Radio 4 show so far.

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Susanna Reid fronts budget breakfast Save Money show

Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid will be offering ITV viewers some budget breakfast recipes to enjoy with their news as the host of a money-saving food programme.

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Star Wars: Episode VIII to be called The Last Jedi

The name for the next instalment in the Star Wars film franchise has been revealed as The Last Jedi.

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Tributes pour in following death of 'Allo 'Allo! star Gorden Kaye

'Allo 'Allo! actress Vicki Michelle has led the tributes to her co-star Gorden Kaye following his death, saying he was "an icon across the world".

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Andrew Garfield and Dev Patel among Brits hoping for Oscar nominations

Andrew Garfield, Hugh Grant, Naomie Harris and Dev Patel will be among the British stars hoping to hear their names called when the Oscar nominations are announced on Tuesday.

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Ewan McGregor snubs Piers Morgan over host's remarks on women's marches

Hollywood star Ewan McGregor refused to appear on Good Morning Britain because of host Piers Morgan's comments about the women's marches.

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'Get ready for Sexit' - critics rave over BBC's Apple Tree Yard

The BBC's raunchy new drama Apple Tree Yard has won rave reviews from critics.

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'Marriage is brilliant,' says Amir Khan as he discusses sex tape release

Amir Khan has denied his marriage is in trouble after a private video was leaked online reportedly showing the former world champion boxer performing a sex act.

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Six acts bid to bring X Factor to UK's Eurovision entry

Six former X Factor hopefuls will vie to represent the United Kingdom at this year's Eurovision Song Contest, including former semi-finalist Danyl Johnson.

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Soulja Boy to appear in court next month after denying gun charges

Rapper Soulja Boy is to appear in court next month after he pleaded not guilty to illegally possessing firearms.

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Hollywood Walk of Fame star for 80s group New Edition

R&B group New Edition have been honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Coronation Street character contemplates suicide over baby loss

Coronation Street's Michelle Connor is seen contemplating suicide following the loss of her baby son in the latest episodes of the soap.

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Andrew Garfield and Dev Patel among Brits hoping for Oscar nominations

Andrew Garfield, Hugh Grant, Naomie Harris and Dev Patel will be among the British stars hoping to hear their names called when the Oscar nominations are announced on Tuesday.

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Superman v Grandpa as Cavill takes on De Niro in Razzie battle

Superman actor Henry Cavill's superpowers have not been able to save him from receiving a not-so-prestigious nomination for worst actor at the 37th Razzie Awards.

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One Show's Michelle Ackerley tells of delight to be fronting programme

One Show host Michelle Ackerley has said how happy she is to show her personality after years of hosting serious programmes such as Watchdog and Crimewatch Roadshow.

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French actress Isabelle Huppert named actress of the year

Isabelle Huppert has been named actress of the year at the Critics' Circle Film Awards for her role as an ordinary woman in Things To Come.

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