News In fact, the actor went as far as to threaten the One Direction star live on television, telling host Conan O’Brien: “That little prick’s gonna get it.”

The actor threatened the One Direction star live on television, telling host Conan O’Brien that he wanted to "beat the c**p of him" in a video

Timing is everything: Terry Wogan presented 'Secrets of the Body Clock'

Secrets of the Body Clock with Terry Wogan, BBC1 - TV review: guide to the body clock shows it's still a treat to wake up to Wogan

Are you a "lark", who rises every morning, comfortably at the crack of dawn? Or an "owl", who goes strong until the early hours, then fails to emerge until midday? Either way, you'll have found companionship last night from "semi-lark" Terry Wogan, whose familiar voice guided us through this lightweight look at the science behind our circadian rhythms.

2013 - the year in review: For most young people, the 'recovery' was anything but

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X-factor winner Sam Bailey's debut single 'Skyscraper' is this year's Christmas number one

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Robbie Williams keeps One Direction off the top spot in the albums chart

The News Matrix: Tuesday 17 December 2013

Lord accused of wrongful claims

Beyonce has guerrilla released an entire new album on iTunes

Beyonce's self-titled new album enters top five after 48 hours of release

Record sold 68,000 copies in two days in the UK

Sam Bailey celebrates hearing of her win with mentor Sharon Osbourne

X Factor 2013: Ratings for Sam Bailey's final lowest since 2005

Strictly Come Dancing beat The X Factor final in this weekend's ratings battle

Luke Friend has placed third in the tenth series of The X Factor

X Factor 2013 final: Luke Friend comes third and ratings hit record low

Sam Bailey and Nicholas McDonald will battle to win the tenth series tonight

Grace Dent on TV: Boyzone at 20: No Matter What, ITV

Boy bands never break up now – they just change  key and move on

Simon Cowell may be back on our screens for the next series of The X Factor

The X Factor: Simon Cowell will 'definitely' return, says Louis Walsh

The judge is '70 per cent' certain that Cowell will return to the panel

Luke Friend, Sam Bailey and Nicholas McDonald get in the Christmas mood with a rendition of Wizzard's 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday'

X Factor Final 2013: Sam Bailey, Luke Friend and Nicholas McDonald duets announced

Nicole Scherzinger, Ellie Goulding and Shane Filan will join them

Are Westlife really ‘the world’s ugliest boyband’? Simon Cowell thinks so

Simon Cowell describes Westlife as ‘the world’s ugliest boyband’

The music mogul, on why he chose not to sign the Irish group

Last year's winner James Arthur achieved the biggest-selling X Factor Christmas single ever in 2012

X Factor winners: Where are they now?

Winning isn't everything as One Direction, JLS and Olly Murs have proven

One Direction joins Anchorman cast for rendition of 'Afternoon Delight'

The UK group joined Saturday Night Live host Paul Rudd's 'manband'

Lily Allen is back at number one with her cover of Keane's 'Somewhere Only We Know'

Lily Allen returns to number one with John Lewis advert song 'Somewhere Only We Know'

The singer is at number one with her cover of 'Somewhere Only We Know'

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