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BBC show thrashes ITV's Splash, where viewing figures dived

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A comedy video where a man mimics the way a number of wild animals eat took the top slot with 88 million views

One Direction are heading for their second number one album with Midnight Memories

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The pop group's new album has sold 145,000 copies in three days

Mackenzie Crook and James Corden in One Chance

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TV Choice Awards 2013: List of winners in full

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Bum decision: Britain's Got More Talent rapped by Ofcom over striptease

TV show Britain's Got More Talent has been rapped by the broadcasting watchdog for an episode in which a burlesque act stripped off.

Miley Cyrus has scored her first UK number one single with

We Can't Stop Miley Cyrus: Hannah Montana star scores first UK number one

American pop brat Miley Cyrus shot straight to the top of the charts to score her first ever UK number one single with party tune "We Can't Stop".

David Walliams and Lara Stone have had their first child, a baby boy.

David Walliams says sexuality 'can change for people over the years'

Funnyman David Walliams says sexuality "can change over the years".

Alesha Dixon and fellow Britain's Got Talent judges Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden

Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon pregnant with her first child

Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon is pregnant with her first child.

Jo Whiley at the Brit Awards 2013

Jo Whiley: Britain's Got Talent and The Voice make my skin crawl

DJ Jo Whiley has criticised Britain's Got Talent and The Voice - saying that contestants do not know what they are letting themselves in for.

The Voice scored its lowest viewing figures for the current series last night

Even with no Britain's Got Talent, The Voice suffers series-low viewing figures

Over on ITV, the Champions League final pulled in 3.5 million viewers

Donations surge crashes Help For Heroes website

The charity Help For Heroes has been swamped with donations, leading to its website crashing after Drummer Lee Rigby was murdered while wearing one of its tops.

Susan Boyle announces Scottish tour

Singing star Susan Boyle has announced her first tour.

The duo are reportedly always filmed or photographed with Ant on the left, and Dec on the right

Presenters get ready to 'rhumble'? Survey reveals women fancy Dec more than Ant

This could cause a rumble between two of TV's best friends - a survey has revealed women would rather bed Dec than Ant.

Simon Cowell has launched a new talent contest You Generation

Simon Cowell: I can't be bothered to vote for the X Factor or Britain's Got Talent

Simon Cowell has earned a fortune encouraging people to vote for the acts on his talent show but the showbiz supremo revealed he has never cast a ballot.

Jessie J, a judge on The Voice

The Voice coaches have on-screen spat, Jessie J moans that girls don't believe in her this year

Coaches Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue are at each other's throats in this week's edition of The Voice as they row about a hopeful.

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