The new series of The X Factor has pulled in the lowest ratings since the show first launched in 2004. An average of 5.7 million people tuned in to see the 15th series of Simon Cowell’s talent show, compared to 6 million tuning in to last year’s series, reports the Daily Mirror. The drop comes despite the introduction of a brand new judging panel for this series, including One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, Robbie Williams and Williams’ wife Ayda Field joining Cowell.
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Coleen Nolan has denied that she's a bully after her sensational confrontation with former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Kim Woodburn on Loose Women.
Holly Willoughby will join Declan Donnelly in this year's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me out of Here!
Martin Clunes has tried to get out in front of any potential criticism of new ITV series Manhunt, a drama about the search for serial murderer Levi Bellfield.
Viewers of This Morning were left appalled after TV chef Rustie Lee appeared to accidentally cross-contaminate raw and cooked food during a slot on the show.
This Morning's Holly Willoughby is said to be the 'frontrunner' to replace Ant McPartlin on the forthcoming series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
Show bosses are said to have been forced to come up with a contingency plan after the inclement weather was forecast for the upcoming week in Queensland. A host of celebrities, including former Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas, The Saturdays singer Vanessa White and Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine, are due to enter camp on Sunday when the new series kicks off – but the launch may be a damp squib. The famous I’m A Celeb shower scenes have become a hotly-anticipated part of the show as the stars strip down to their swimming trunks and bikinis under a natural waterfall – and bosses are said to be hoping they won’t be affected by the weather.
Pam St Clement on new ITV travel show Gone To Pot. The Albert Square legend – who starred on the soap from 1986 until 2012 – headed to the US for a road trip alongside Linda Robson, Christopher Biggins, Bobby George and John Fashanu in the new show which aims to explore the effects of the drug.
ITV has confirmed. The new six-part series will go into production next spring in Manchester and the main cast, James Nesbitt (Adam Williams), Hermione Norris (Karen Marsden), Robert Bathurst (David Marsden), Fay Ripley (Jenny Gifford) and John Thomson (Pete Gifford), will all return.
Strictly contestant Jonnie Peacock opens up about being disabled, Chizzy and same sex dance partners.