Sharon Osbourne said there will be no personality clashes on the X Factor judging panel this year because the judges "actually like each other".
Singer Jessie J shaved off her long locks, comedian Peter Kay travelled the length of the country and the great British public took part in outrageous fund-raising stunts to help raise a record £75m for Comic Relief.
Simon Cowell looks ready to finally tie the knot - with his Britain's Got Talent pal David Walliams.
'The Marriage Ref' has been axed after just one series.
It is the preferred drinking establishment of north London's intelligentsia – David Miliband and Jon Snow among them – and celebrity regulars include Harry Enfield, Jamie Oliver and Sienna Miller.
Once the butt of endless jokes, Essex may soon be Britain's most chic county. Harriet Walker on an unlikely fashion phenomenon
...but the real winners are ITV and Simon Cowell, says Tom Sutcliffe
X Factor bosses are considering adding a fifth judge to the panel in the wake of the furore over Cheryl Cole's refusal to vote, it was reported today.
Errol Christie faced appalling racism, sparred with Ali and was a 'terrible' comic. Today he's trying to stop inner-city violence.
Detectives were today investigating a rape threat against Cheryl Cole in an answer phone message left on Dermot O'Leary's mobile phone.
From idyllic rural upbringing, all nature and play, to a Mercury prize nomination, Ben Walsh charts the enigmatically sweet Lisa Hannigan's trajectory
What's this? While BBC editors work themselves into a lather over MPs' expenses, a tale of excess from within their own ranks.
I've no doubt that some critics of Russell Brand might suggest that a portion of the monies received for his new four-disc compilation, The Best of What's Legal, charting his former Radio 2 show, should be diverted to pay the BBC's £150,000 fine that arose from "Sachsgate". Indeed, the compilation is introduced by Brand almost as if it were the case for the defence, reminding us how the show spent most of the time teetering on the brink of anarchy and mischief before being engulfed by it.
It's taken most of the world long enough to recognise a band with a heart and great songs