Arts and Entertainment Sam Faiers will not be joining the I'm A Celebrity jungle after rumours suggested she would be

The Only Way Is Essex star will not join her ex-fiancé in the jungle after all

Fringe notes: 24/08/10

* Not usually one to take things lying down, Stewart Lee responded to a punchline-spoiling heckle on Friday with a five-minute silence before, umm, lying down to deliver the rest of his set on his back. Earlier, he held a book launch at the Festival Theatre. Guests of honour? Frank Chickens. This one will run and run.

World's oldest Twitter user, and friend of the stars, dies aged 104

Messages were still appearing yesterday on the Twitter feed of IvyBean104 – but only to relay the news that the woman reputed to be the world's oldest twitterer had died.

Katie Price's debut solo looks set to flop

Katie Price's latest bid for musical stardom looks to be a huge flop - as chart figures showed today she will fail to even make the top 40.

'I'm not the best singer' admits Katie Price

Katie Price has given a less than ringing endorsement to her new single today - by admitting she is "not the best singer".

Katie Price signs Living TV deal

Katie Price is to quit ITV after signing a new exclusive deal with the Living TV channels, it was announced today.

At last, the last of the Last of the Summer Wine

Well, now, there's a thing. This summer is the last summer of Last of the Summer Wine. After this one's lease has run, never again will you be able to relax among the elderly cavortings, whimsical Yorkshire quaintnesses and cosy comings and goings of what is the BBC's longest-running sitcom, just the 37 years old.

Peter Andre to present teatime TV show

Singer Peter Andre is to present a new teatime show on Channel 4.

Nevin's Notes: (10/04/2010)

An alternative take on the election

Nevin's Notes (09/04/10)

An alternative take on the election

Alex Reid drops Katie Price baby hint



Alex Reid dropped a hint today that his baby plans with wife Katie Price could have come to fruition.

Katie Price pays out for 'Peter Andre affair' slander

Katie Price's former manager accepted "substantial" undisclosed damages from the reality star today over a slanderous claim that she had an affair with Peter Andre.

Katie Price plans second wedding ceremony

Katie Price today told of her plans for a second marriage ceremony with Alex Reid following her whirlwind trip down the aisle in Las Vegas.

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