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Comedian 'overwhelmed' by response from public

Sally Bercow in legal hot water AGAIN after she breaches court order by naming schoolgirl in a child abduction case

Order! Order!! Sally Bercow, that inveterate user of Twitter, might be receiving advice from her husband John Bercow, the House of Commons speaker, to curb her incessant use of the social media platform after yet another tweeted indiscretion landed her in legal hot water.

A reality too far? ITV 2 bosses ban booze on Towie Christmas episode

A live Christmas episode of reality television show The Only Way Is Essex will not feature much in the way of festive cheer(s) after bosses banned stars from drinking alcohol.

It doesn’t make you normal, Nadine, just silly

The news that MP Nadine Dorries is entering the I'm a Celebrity jungle has ruffled some political feathers

Devastated John McCririck hits out at Channel 4 'ageism' as he's sacked by 'audience research'

A devastated John McCririck, the longtime face of Channel 4 racing, has launched a scathing attack on the channel's bosses, accusing them of “ageism” after he was sacked from the station's line-up.

Darryn Lyons

'Mr Paparazzi' Darryn Lyons buys back Big Pictures' assets just weeks after the photo agency went into administration

With his dyed Mohawk hairstyle and cosmetically-crafted abdominal six pack, things are rarely as they seem with Darryn Lyons, the brash Australian who has dubbed himself “The King of the Paparazzi”.

Jedward's new video Luminous - how does it make you feel?

As cheeky twins Jedward are once again trending on Twitter, you might be wondering what they've done now.

David Cameron rebukes George Galloway on Afghanistan

David Cameron today urged George Galloway not "to play to the gallery" over the Afghan war.

Galloway claims he is the 'Robin Hood' of British politics

Newly-elected MP George Galloway has claimed he is the “Robin Hood” of British politics.

Good to be back?: Jason Biggs, of the ‘American Pie’ movies at a premiere in Germany

Trending: When friends reunited should stay estranged

The latest American Pie sees the cast take part in a school reunion. It might be fun on film, but in the real world there's nothing to catch up on, says Will Dean

Channel 5 agrees Big Brother deal

Reality TV show Big Brother will stay on our screens until the end of 2014 after Channel 5 signed a new two-year deal with production company Endemol.

Bookies lose out in Galloway rout

George Galloway's unlikely victory in Bradford West has sparked the biggest ever bookies' by-election payout in history, a leading firm said today.

Sally Bercow 'tempted to try' legal high mexxy

Speaker's wife Sally Bercow today said the Government's plans to ban a so-called legal high made her tempted to try it before it was too late.

Katie Price divorces Alex Reid

Katie Price divorced her second husband Alex Reid today over his "unreasonable behaviour".

Galloway to make fresh bid to get back into Parliament

Former MP George Galloway is expected to launch a fresh bid to get back into Parliament today.

Thomas says: 'When I look in the mirror I see a person that has been through a lot. My face tells a story, and I see a guy who can stick his chest out and think 'I'm an honest person, who can hopefully help other people be honest'

My Secret Life: Gareth Thomas, 37, rugby player

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