Leah McFall is the bookies’ favourite to win BBC talent contest The Voice ahead of the final this weekend.
Singing hopeful Matt Henry landed a place in the live quarter-finals of The Voice, just days after viewers saw him a whisker away from crashing out.
Sparks fly as The Voice reaches the "battle round" stage as two of the acts struggle with a clash of personalities.
Singing show The Voice lost out in the Saturday night ratings war when it returned for a second series at the weekend.
Dutch dance duo Bingo Players scored their first UK number one last night with a track that failed to make the top 40 in their native country, the Official Charts Company said.
The queues for the plastic champagne flutes might have rivalled those at Terminal 5 last weekend
David Bowie's surprise and much talked-about comeback track looks set to miss out on a place in the singles chart.
There will be more blind auditions and fewer live shows in the new series of The Voice as BBC bosses attempt to improve its viewing figures.
On paper, a Cheryl arena gig should be a corker – she’s a former Girl Aloud, for goodness’ sake, and the only one who’s made a solo career fly. In practice, unless you’re obsessed or eight years old, it’s a strangely flat experience.
Pop stars Cheryl Cole and Will.i.am have been injured in a car crash.
The film Alien popularised the phrase "In space no one can hear you scream", and with that logic, no one can hear music either. But that hasn't stopped various attempts at playing tunes in a galaxy far, far away.
The hit of The Free Fringe and a newcomer nominee for the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award last year, Cariad Lloyd is back with another collection of loopy characters and sparkling one-liners.
"Rock and roll is here to stay," sang Danny and the Juniors in 1958. If only. New statistics reveal the number of rock hits in the top 100 biggest-selling singles of 2010 to be the lowest in half a century.
Elisa Bray hears the record Michael Jackson never got to complete
Holograms have come a long way since the blurry images of the 1980s – and they're letting people appear in two places at once, discovers Holly Williams
The clues were always there. Bert and Ernie have been living together for 31 years. They like to wear flamboyant "his & his" pyjamas. And (here's the clincher) they tuck themselves up together each night in the same bed.