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Strictly star Joanne Clifton hatches plan to replace 'godfather' Len

Strictly Come Dancing star Joanne Clifton has revealed her secret plans to take over from head judge Len Goodman.

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Emma Watson: I found my tribe after launching gender equality campaign

Emma Watson has said that she "found my tribe" after launching her HeForShe campaign at the United Nations two years ago.

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James Arthur claims second number one with Say You Won't Let Go

James Arthur has topped the charts with his comeback track.

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Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd to star in TV thriller Liar

Downton Abbey actress Joanne Froggatt is to star in a new ITV drama exploring the devastating cost of deceit.

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Great British Bake Off fan Anna Kendrick dubs hosts Mel and Sue 'folk heroes'

Hollywood actress Anna Kendrick has said she is glad the recent Great British Bake Off drama turned presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins into "folk heroes".

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Tributes paid as Rentaghost and Billy Elliot stage star Ann Emery dies aged 86

The director of Billy Elliot The Musical has paid tribute to former star Ann Emery following her death aged 86.

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007 producer 'would love' Daniel Craig to sign up for next Bond film

James Bond might be the most sought-after role in the film industry, but producers are hoping it does not change hands soon.

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Corporate greed tale and Ken Loach honoured at Raindance

Films exploring corporate greed, London's sex slave industry and the rights of transgender children are among the winners at this year's Raindance Film Festival.

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Spice Girls scold Simon Cowell for asking contestant to 'peel away' make-up

Spice Girls Emma Bunton and Mel B team up on Simon Cowell during Saturday night's The X Factor after he asked a contestant to come back with less make-up on.

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Audience put Britney Spears on a high during Las Vegas show

Pop star Britney Spears has admitted that the drug fumes were so strong in one of her recent shows that she ended up "contact high".

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Emily Blunt and Luke Evans brought to book by film roles

The Girl On The Train stars Emily Blunt and Luke Evans have revealed their embarrassment at not having read the best-selling book that the film was adapted from, when they signed up to their roles.

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Bleeping out swearwords 'must be done effectively', Ofcom research finds

Bleeping out swearwords repeatedly has minimum effectiveness, a study carried out by the broadcasting watchdog has found.

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I was so young when I married Tom Cruise, says Nicole Kidman

Actress Nicole Kidman has admitted she is shocked now to think of how young she was when she married Tom Cruise.

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Another Shrek film in the pipeline as DreamWorks boss cements Hollywood status

DreamWorks chief Jeffrey Katzenberg has revealed there is "more to come" from the Shrek movie franchise amid reports that a fifth film is in the works.

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Luke Cage star Mike Colter 'staying away' from fan reviews as series premieres

Luke Cage star Mike Colter will be "staying away" from social media and fan reviews when the new Marvel series arrives on Netflix on Friday.

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Dominic West: I know Kama Sutra backwards after steamy sex scenes on The Affair

The Affair star Dominic West has filmed so many sex scenes he "knows the Kama Sutra backwards".

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Green Day's Billie Joe suits ageing punk role in movie, says co-star Judy Greer

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong suited his lead role as an ageing punk rocker in new film Ordinary World, according to co-star Judy Greer.

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Amanda Knox rejects 'monster' tag as she unveils documentary on court ordeal

Amanda Knox has insisted she is not a "terrible monster" as she promoted a new Netflix documentary which explores the Meredith Kercher murder case.

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The Chase celebrates its 1,000th episode with all five professional quizzers

The 1,000th episode of quiz show The Chase will feature all five chasers in a bumper edition to be broadcast on Thursday evening.

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JJ Abrams defends sexual violence in Westworld

JJ Abrams has defended the level of sexual violence in his new television series Westworld, insisting the show's makers did not set out to "dehumanise women".

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