Britain's Got Talent judges challenge their reality rivals to step up and be more inclusive.
Amanda Holden should have done a bit more research – because her interview with Tim Peake wasn’t exactly stellar viewing – in fact she looked a bit of a lunar-tic. The 46-year-old TV presenter was unsure whether the astronaut, who spent six months at the International Space Station last year, would be able to answer the question in case it made him sound “naughty”, but she was unaware he hadn’t actually been to the moon.
Amanda Holden “burst into tears” when she found out a teenage boy had been reunited with his family thanks to ‘Britain’s Got Talent’. Missing People’s Choir on Britain’s Got Talent. The missing 13-year-old boy has not been named but phoned his heartbroken mother after he saw his picture in an appeal montage that was displayed on screens during a performance by the Missing People Choir on the ITV talent show last weekend.
Some celebrities just can’t help firing up Photoshop before they upload that selfie to their Instagram account, can they? And no matter how many times eagle-eyed fans clap eyes on wonky walls, bendy doorframes and even missing limbs, they still keep on doing it. These are some of the worst offenders from the past twelve months. One hamfisted photo-editor even managed to make our list twice
As the school summer holidays finally come to an end, proud parents all over Britain have been taking to social media to share adorable photos of their kids in their un-scuffed shoes and crisp, new uniforms. Elton John, Kerry Katona and Coleen Rooney are just a few of the stars who reached for their camera phones before packing the kids off to the classroom.