The new series of the X Factor has continued to pull in audiences after more than 11 million people tuned in to watch the second episode.
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Sunday 27 January 2013
There's a scene in Grandma's House in which Simon Amstell is informed by Clive, his ghastly father-in-law to be, "I tell you who's a great band: Biffy Clyro. Down-to-earth guys and grrreat tunes." The Kilmarnock trio won't have too much trouble living down that implied insult, their likely audience crossover with smart Jewish sitcoms being minimal.
Monday 17 December 2012
X Factor winner James Arthur proved nothing is impossible when his debut single rocketed to the top of the charts.
Tuesday 11 December 2012
The single has been downloaded more than 187,000 times in 24 hours
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