Arts and Entertainment Kylie Minogue's arrival as a judge for The Voice saw the BBC show thrash ITV's Splash

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

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Win Tickets to the UK premiere of StreetDance

To celebrate the May 21st release of the world’s first ever 3D dance film, featuring appearances from Britain’s Got Talent stars George Sampson, Flawless and Diversity, we have joined forces with Vertigo films to give away a pair of tickets to attend the world premiere on the 10th May in London’s Leicester Square.

TV Talent judge Piers Morgan fined for speeding

Britain's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan has been fined and had points added to his driving licence after being clocked speeding, it was revealed today.

Piers Morgan set for US chat show

Piers Morgan is in talks to make a chat show in the US.

Simon Cowell to duck Britain's Got Talent auditions

Simon Cowell will not be doing the Britain's Got Talent auditions next year.

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: Our island home really isn't so bad

We are not busted and have what it takes to rise to any number of challenges. Call it reactive patriotism if you like, the defence of the realm in its time of greatest need

Comedians, Octagon Theatre, Bolton

David Thacker's revival of Trevor Griffiths's 1970s classic Comedians is amusing, but it's also provocative and extremely unsettling.

Breaking loose: How street-dance took on the mainstream and won

Popping, tutting, waving, locking &ndash; a new generation is bringing its own modes of contemporary dance from the street to Sadler's Wells

Has ITV got the talent at last?

Things are looking up for the broadcaster with new chief Adam Crozier taking over as the advertising market rallies. Nick Clark reports

Viral video gives Soviet crooner an unlikely comeback

Shaun Walker reports from Moscow on the revival of a 1970s favourite

Mark Steel: Who's run off with the inheritance?

Suddenly this election is hilarious. In David Cameron's broadcast he looked as if he was about to say: "Look, I mean it's NOT FAIR, I was MEANT to be Prime Minister and we were winning and having a baby and EVERYTHING and now you've RUINED it Clegg you beastly thing I HATE you," and start crying, while George Osborne handed him a hankie, then looked into the camera and said "NOW look what you've done. Vote Conservative on May 6th." When they can keep calm, the Tory argument against voting Lib Dem seems to be, "Look, you idiots, there's no point in letting him win, can't you see he can't win?"

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