From explosive new dramas to seriously tough quiz shows – there's a programme for everyone in the next three days.
The singer said she didn't want to reveal her child's gender at first because she felt so protective of her.
With The Voice moving from the BBC to ITV, producers are reportedly eager to land a star-studded judging panel to ensure a successful series. According to new reports, the broadcasters are “determined” to sign up Sir McCartney as a coach for the talent competition. While the future of current coaches Boy George, Ricky Wilson, Will.i.am and Paloma Faith remain unclear, the Beatles legend is reportedly at the top of ITV’s wish list.
The voice coach and all-round gorgeous gal, Paloma Faith, has revealed a beauty secret. And it’s a bit of a shocking one. She doesn’t wash her face before going to bed.
The remaining members of Team Ricky, Will and George take to the stage one more time tomorrow night, as the final The Voice final on the BBC brings the series to an end. No-one from Team Paloma, obviously, because Paloma, let’s be fair, got a bit confused with the whole process and left her best singer out of her final 3. Yes, Paloma, you did.
One of the finalists on The Voice UK has reportedly fled her London apartment after claiming to have seen a ghost. Lydia Lucy, who is on Team Will.i.am and was reportedly moved into the London pad ahead of this weekend’s final, is thought to have seen the haunting figure above her bed when she woke in the night.
Critics have drawn comparisons between the Titanic and The Voice before. Now judge Paloma Faith has appeared to quit as a judge on the show, days before the series’ final. Faith, above, who joined the panel in January, said: ‘Last night I went down with the ship, power dressing in possibly my last foray into reality TV shows.
Paloma Faith has revealed the truth behind the speculation that she had been offered a judge’s seat on The X Factor for the past two years running. Appearing on the latest episode of Alan Carr’s Chatty Man, which aired on Thursday evening, the retro singer suggested that Simon Cowell casts his net wide when scouting talent for his ITV talent show and claimed that he ‘sniffs everybody’s bum’ (to put it nicely). Similarly, fellow The Voice coach Boy George addressed rumours about him being offered a position on The X Factor panel, explaining: “There were kind of conversations that never really became anything, you know, you get a lot of phone calls about possible things and I always fancied doing one of the shows.
It’s no big secret that The Voice UK coaches are always in it to win it, though they may try (and sometimes fail) to hide their competitive side. With this weekend’s Sport Relief Games fast approaching though, Will.i.am, Paloma Faith, Boy George and Ricky Wilson are embracing their competitive streaks. Asked who’s the most competitive coach, Will answered Ricky, while Boy George said it was him (though he noted that all the coaches are competitive).
This Saturday’s episode of The Voice is going to be unmissable telly as new coaches Paloma Faith and Boy George come to blows over one contestant in particular — and he just so happens to be a former member of Liberty X! Kevin Simm, who scored No.1 hit Just A Little with the pop band in 2002, admits he was blindsided by the awkward clash between the judges that left Paloma running off set in tears. The heated exchange occurred as George, 54, was giving his verdict on Kevin’s performance of Chandelier by Sia.
The Voice UK returned to our screens last night with a bang and the new judges, Paloma Faith and Boy George, had their first taste of being scrutinized by the BBC show’s viewers. Yes, Paloma has vowed that if she gets a negative reaction on social media following her stint on the talent show then she will refuse to come back for another series - eek! "Boy George and I haven’t experienced it yet so there’s a sceptical feeling.
The Voice veteran will.i.am has spoken out about the way his long-time co-star Tom Jones was axed from the series after four years on the BBC show. In a statement in August 2015, Tom said he had put aside time in his busy schedule for The Voice and had “no idea” he faced being replaced.
Boy George and Paloma Faith - had got into a huge row during auditions in Manchester. Now, Marvin Humes, who hosts the show with Emma Willis, has revealed that it all ended in tears. Recalling the incident on the Christmas Day edition of Alan Carr’s Chatty Man, Marvin explained: “There were tears.
The Voice newcomer Boy George made the jaw-dropping claim that he had slept with US singer Prince, according to a report. Sitting on his red throne alongside Will.i.am, Kaiser Chief’s frontman Ricky Wilson and singer Paloma Faith, a discussion ignited between the foursome about who they had collaborated with. The 54-year old boasted: “I have duetted with some of the greatest soul singers in history including Luther Vandross and Smokey Robinson.” In true competitive style of pitching to the singer on stage, Paloma reportedly replied: “Well OK, if we’re throwing big soul names out there I’ve performed with Prince.” The Stone Cold Sober singer surely had it in the bag… that was until London born singer/songwriter Boy George quipped: “Forget that, darling, I’ve slept with Prince.” Gulp. The source added: “Production staff had to come up on stage and speak to them.” “After that, Boy George started backtracking saying he hadn’t really slept with Prince and that in reality, he just had his poster on his wall.” It might have been dismissed as ‘banter’ but as far as the crowd were concerned the cat was well and truly out of the bag.
Buried amid all the excitement of the new series of The Voice UK, which has started its audition process, there’s been a whole spinning chair full of confusion, with claims that the show could be cut from the BBC after the next series. The Voice is seeing a shake-up for the new series, with Boy George and Paloma Faith replacing Sir Tom Jones and Rita Ora as coaches. The Voice has apparently cost the BBC £55million so far.