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Comedian 'overwhelmed' by response from public

Kye Sones loses out to Rylan Clark after X Factor deadlock vote

Singer Kye Sones was eliminated from X Factor after a deadlock saved controversial contestant Rylan Clark once again.

X Factor stars Tulisa Contostavlos and Nicole Scherzinger win Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards and One Direction are named the Ultimate Men of the Year

X Factor rivals Tulisa Contostavlos and Nicole Scherzinger both had cause for celebration after landing gongs at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards.

Gary Barlow apologises to Tulisa for ‘fag ash breath’ comment

TV talent show The X Factor is as publicised for its judge-wars as it is for the contestants, but Gary Barlow took things a step too far this weekend when he commented on Tulisa's bad breath.

Almost one million school children think Professor Green is a scientist, says study

Almost one million school children aged five to 16 think rapper Professor Green is a scientist, according to research.

Gary Barlow 'gutted' as his second act Melanie Masson axed from X Factor

Gary Barlow has expressed his bewilderment after another of his acts was axed from The X Factor last night.

X Factor 'wildcard' entry returns

X Factor bosses are once again to introduce a "wildcard" entry to the live stages of the show.

Walsh, 60, returns to the ninth series of the ITV1 show on Saturday

Louis Walsh hints at X-Factor exit

X Factor judge Louis Walsh has suggested that he will bow out of the show after 10 years because he does not want to turn into Sir Bruce Forsyth.

Rapper Dappy charged over fight

N-Dubz rapper Dappy has been charged with affray after a fight at a petrol station left three men with serious facial injuries.

Tulisa back as X Factor judge

Singer Tulisa Contostavlos has confirmed that she will be back as a judge on the next series of The X Factor.

Tulisa Contostavlos startled the gossip community by making a film of explanation, saying she was devastated

Ex-lover denies leaking Tulisa Contostavlos tape

A former boyfriend of singer and TV talent show judge Tulisa Contostavlos denies posting a sex tape showing the couple sharing an "intimate moment", a High Court judge was told today.

Explosive: Buckley with Ms. Dynamite

The lightning conductor: Jules Buckley is the go-to man for acts who want orchestral punch

You might not know the name, but the chances are that you've heard his music.

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Windmill, London

Sam Duckworth moseying through a Brixton pub in baseball cap and outsize plastic chain is a sight that could alarm his fans.

Album: N-Dubz, Greatest Hits (Universal/Island)

Say what you like about N-Dubz: they know which side their bread's buttered.

Dappy recording 'huge' ballad

N-Dubz Dappy is recording a ballad with Adele's songwriter.

Album: Nero, Welcome Reality (Mercury)

Nero are the London dubstep/drum'n' bass duo of Daniel Stephens and Joe Ray whose debut mixes the pop and the ponderous, occupying a halfway point between Burial and N-Dubz.

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