Win Tickets to the UK premiere of StreetDance

To celebrate the May 21st release of the world’s first ever 3D dance film, featuring appearances from Britain’s Got Talent stars George Sampson, Flawless and Diversity, we have joined forces with Vertigo films to give away a pair of tickets to attend the world premiere on the 10th May in London’s Leicester Square.

TV Talent judge Piers Morgan fined for speeding

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Piers Morgan set for US chat show

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Simon Cowell to duck Britain's Got Talent auditions

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Record viewing figures for ITV1 talent show

The first episode in the new series of Britain's Got Talent drew a record peak audience of 12.2 million viewers, ITV said. The figure – which equated to a 49 per cent audience share on Saturday night – was the highest for a launch episode of the show.

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TV talent shows miss out at Royal Television Society Awards

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Channel Five suffered heavily during the recession as annual losses rose and its parent company wrote off more than half the value of the commercial broadcaster.

Mandelson: Brown is not a bully

Gordon Brown is not a bully, a senior cabinet minister insisted today as Downing Street denied a claim the Prime Minister was warned over his behaviour by the country's top civil servant.

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Conservative leader David Cameron today spoke out against the growing "inappropriate sexualisation" of children.

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