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

Simon Cowell and David Walliams are 'to wed' for Comic Relief

Simon Cowell 'couldn't care less' if people think he is gay

TV mogul Simon Cowell has insisted that he "couldn't care less" if people think that he is gay - and admitted that he hires some women because he fancies them.

Simon Cowell has risen to fame by cultivating the image of “Mr Nasty” and “most recognisable face”

Simon Cowell 'uncomfortable' about 'exploitative' TV shows Britain's Got Talent and X Factor

TV mogul Simon Cowell has admitted that there are moments on his TV shows - often accused of being exploitative - which make him feel "uncomfortable".

Iain Inglis has become an overnight sensation in China

Welsh singer storms China's Got Talent with songs in praise of Communism

A Welsh singer has become an overnight sensation in China after performing songs in praise of revolutionary Communism on a television talent show.

One Direction performing at The Brit Awards, Show, O2 Arena, London

One Direction to launch Simon Cowell's online talent hunt The You Generation

Chart stars One Direction are to launch Simon Cowell's latest worldwide talent hunt with a live online interview.

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Alesha Dixon steps out for domestic abuse victims

Talent show judge Alesha Dixon took a walk in the sun this morning as part of a campaign supporting women affected by domestic violence, as it was revealed two women are killed by current or former partners every week in England and Wales - but she refused to comment on Rihanna's reconciliation with Chris Brown.

Bertelsmann in control of BMG

The German media giant Bertelsmann is buying out its joint-venture partner in music-publishing company BMG, thereby giving it full control of a catalogue boasting one million songs by artists including Bruno Mars, Duran Duran and Frank Ocean.

Simon Cowell has launched a new talent contest You Generation

The You Generation: Simon Cowell launches year-long global talent hunt via YouTube

TV and music mogul Simon Cowell is to launch a global talent search online allowing people to show off remarkable skills - with video auditions on YouTube.

Ant McPartlin is one half of duo Ant and Dec with Declan Donnelly

Ant McPartlin reveals he and his wife are having 'a tough time' trying to have a baby

TV star Ant McPartlin has revealed that he and his wife have been struggling to have a child.

Blockbuster UK has appointed the accountancy firm Deloitte as administrator

Morrisons buys 49 Blockbuster stores

Supermarket Morrisons has bought 49 stores from failed DVD and games rental chain Blockbuster as it steps up plans to expand its convenience business.

Investment View: Sky is thriving but now is the time to cash in

Sky's customer churn rate is growing, and it's going to get harder to replace lost customers and maintain growth

Pudsey The Movie starring the Britain's Got Talent dog to hit cinemas next Christmas

Britain's Got Talent winners Ashleigh Butler and her performing dog Pudsey are heading for the big screen in a film about their rise to success.

Pudsey to go Gangnam Style for National Television Awards

Dancing dog Pudsey is going to bust a move Gangnam Style in front of a prime-time audience at the National Television Awards.

Morrisons' Christmas sales disappoint

Supermarket chain Morrisons admitted today that its Christmas sales were below par after feeling the heat from rivals in a “highly promotional” market.

Morrisons bets on Ant and Dect to turn around sales

Morrisons has turned to the TV duo of Ant and Dec to help revive its flagging sales ahead of an expected dire Christmas trading update on Monday.

Jack Whitehall, James Corden, Jonathan Ross and Jimmy Carr got into trouble for cracking off-colour jokes about the Queen

The Big Fat Quiz: what was offensive was the lack of funny, not the lack of taste

Ever since “Sachsgate”, certain areas of the press have been waiting for another opportunity to put the boot into modern comedy for its lack of reverence.

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