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Tamera lost to Luke Friend after James Arthur and Rebecca Ferguson performed

Red nose... ears, arms and legs: Ronni Ancona joins Comic Relief's desert trek in Kenya

My involvement with Comic Relief over the past 10 years has always been in a comedic capacity, but I'd always wanted to visit one of the regions where they spend the money that's raised. I was asked if I'd like to join a group of celebrities trekking 107 kilometres across the Kaisut Desert in Kenya to raise awareness of the urgent eye care needed there and the millions of Africans who are at risk of losing their sight because of preventable and treatable conditions.

Simon Cowell blasts Elton John

Simon Cowell has blasted Sir Elton John for criticising TV talent shows.

Dermot O'Leary wants US X Factor job

Dermot O'Leary wants to host the US 'X Factor'.

Matt Cardle is crowned pop king of 'X Factor'...

...but the real winners are ITV and Simon Cowell, says Tom Sutcliffe

Fifth judge considered for X Factor

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.

Sarah Kennedy denies drink problem rumours

Presenter Sarah Kennedy today hit back at rumours her departure from BBC Radio 2 was due to a drinking problem, insisting she was always "stone cold sober" on air.

Boxing: My weapons were my fists – now it's guns and knives

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Speech radio tops the industry awards chart

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Nevin's Notes (21/04/10)

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Police investigate rape threat against Cheryl Cole

Detectives were today investigating a rape threat against Cheryl Cole in an answer phone message left on Dermot O'Leary's mobile phone.

Terence Blacker: The futility of chasing first-time voters

They blame, whine, and do absolutely nothing to change the situation

Is BBC 6 Music actually worth saving?

As 6 Music faces the axe, Pierre Perrone argues that it does not deserve to be saved

Special Question Time episode to target first-time voters

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Delight for Stephen Fry at TV awards

Stephen Fry gave an emotional speech at the glitzy National Television Awards after being surprised with a special recognition accolade.

Four remain as Lloyd Daniels is voted off X Factor

Welsh warbler Lloyd Daniels was voted off the X Factor last night in a predictable result which left the four most talented singers in the competition.

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