Arts & Entertainment
THE star of popular films such as Alsatian D'Amour and Goatse Rampage has admitted appearing on ITV's X-Factor.
THE BBC is to launch an ambitious Â£200m initiative which could eventually lead to it not interrupting every single one of its own television programmes.
POP sensations N-Dubz have become so incomprehensible to grown-ups that they can no longer see them, it emerged last night.
THE producers of the James Bond franchise have warned they may be forced to return to renaming the old films and hoping no-one notices.
POP impresario Simon Cowell was once again still very much alive last night.
BALLBAG Explosion Ninja Die, a sequence of random acts of violence interwoven with toddlers uttering filth, is setting new box office records, it emerged last night.
RIVAL TV cooks Sophie Dahl and Nigella Lawson should settle their differences by exploring each other's mouths on BBC2, experts have claimed.
THE producer of Doctor Who has dismissed claims that new aliens, including Cheddron the Cheese, are the result of BBC budget cuts.
TEDIOUS prog rockers Pink Floyd have won their legal bid to make you listen to every last bit of their ghastly albums.
TOYS based on characters from US TV series Mad Men are having complex, stylish affairs with other action figures, it emerged last night.