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A comedy video where a man mimics the way a number of wild animals eat took the top slot with 88 million views

Katie Price proves a big draw for cybercrooks

Katie Price was named the UK's "most dangerous celebrity in cyberspace" by internet researchers today.

Peter Andre wins payout over 'Jordan lookalike' libel

Peter Andre accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages today over a claim that he made inappropriate sexual advances to a Jordan lookalike while still with wife Katie Price.

Does God Hate Women?, By Ophelia Benson & Jeremy Stangroom

I couldn't care less about religion. If I were on a desert island, I'd rather have Katie Price's latest autobiography than the Bible, and the only thing that interests me about churches, mosques and temples is their architecture. I could go through life without ever giving religion a thought were it not for the fact that it wilfully refuses to reciprocate, interfering in the lives of people like me – women, non-believers, secularists - and having an impact way beyond the lives of its followers.

Julia Roberts is Katie Price's pick for Jordan - The Movie

Katie Price would like Julia Roberts to play her in a movie about her life - because they have had similar hairstyles.

Peter Andre: Life in public eye 'can be mistake'

Peter Andre told today how living his life in the public eye with his estranged wife Katie Price may have been a "mistake".

Dom Joly: The more gaffes on television, the better the show

I was doing a Radio 2 panel show last week and we had a heckler. Well, to be fair it wasn't exactly heckling, more mumbling. It all started really quietly, when the comic Robin Ince was going on about Jordan and Peter Andre. There were mutterings from the back of the crowd about how he ought to "leave Jordan alone". It was said so quietly that Ince pretty much ignored it. Then the voice asked him to "leave Peter Andre alone".

Talented, but loathsome: The celebrities we love to hate

We may be jealous of their fame and riches, and we don't really detest anyone. But, honestly, brilliant or not, Ronaldo does irritate rather. Let us know who annoys you at the bottom of the page

Pandora: Intrigue over Labour's 'mystery musician'

And so, as inevitable as the lengthening evenings, we approach that special time of year – the highlight of the socialist social calendar – the Annual Labour Fundraising Dinner.

Jordan's ex-boyfriend arrested after crash near her home

Katie Price's ex-boyfriend Dane Bowers was arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a car crash near the former glamour model's mansion, police sources said today.

Pandora: Where Macca leads, Jordan follows

Those wearying of Katie Price's honeyed figure adorning tabloid front pages may want to breathe a sigh of relief: it appears that the multi-talented model is to pursue a lower profile for the foreseeable future.

Ready to Wear: Katie Price has democratised the most toffee nosed sport of them all

Put some glamour and sparkle into your riding" says the homepage for the KP Equestrian range. And let's face it, Katie Price – for it is she – is a woman who knows a thing or two about that. Riding horses, that is, thank you very much. Juvenile puns aside, the excitement when a (right royal) blue hunting jacket (oh, alright then, it's a velour hoodie) landed on the fashion desk last week was barely repressible.

John Rentoul: Katie Price for Luton South

Esther! Forget it. You are not qualified. Listen to Janet Street-Porter. Model of humility that she is, she knows she's not up to being an MP and neither are you.

No more tears for Katie Price over break-up

Katie Price revealed today she has moved on to a “new chapter” in her life and will not “shed another tear” over the break-up of her marriage to Peter Andre.

Deborah Orr: It's time to take a lead and get to grips with Britain's dog problem

The economy is in ruins. Democracy is in crisis. Both of these calamities can be traced back – by a five-year-old armed with a scrap of his mum's greaseproof paper – to legislation introduced under Thatcher and lasciviously petted by Blair and Brown. Yet argument rages over whose fault it all was. Maybe the folly of the past 30 years can be understood better by examining one tiny aspect of Thatcherite legislation. Can we all at least agree that abolishing the dog licence was not necessarily a great idea?

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