Robbie Williams was out at Selfridges last night for the launch of the Spencer Hart concession. He and his buddies Ant Mc Partlin and Declan Donnelly were all smiles as they hung out together, alongside Robbie's gorgeous wife Ayda Field. Tailor Nick Hart makes most of Ant & Dec's suits for their TV shows, and Robbie's too since Nick styled him for a TV special. Rob and the rest of Take That will perform at the Brit Awards on Tuesday night, ahead of the release of their new single "Kidz", which is set to be released on Feb. 28.
We've seen all the red carpet gowns and gorgeous guys on the red carpet at the National Television Awards and now it's time to check out all the winners! The show started with hilarious sketch featuring Matt Smith as Doctor Who and host Dermot O'Leary. Ant and Dec won the entertainment presenter category for the tenth year in a row — though sadly they couldn't be there as they're filming Britain's Got Talent.
Stacey Solomon opened the show with a duet with Shaun Ryder, and they picked up the award for best entertainment programme for I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, while Ricky Norwood won the best newcomer award for Eastenders. Stephen Fry presented the special recognition award to Bruce Forsyth, while Eastenders picked up the coveted best serial drama award.
To see the full list of winners, and lots of photos from the press room, just read more
The new series of Britain's Got Talent begins on Saturday night, with hosts Ant and Dec taking us through the audition process while the nation's hopefuls perform for Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and Simon Cowell. Previous years have brought us Paul Potts, George Sampson, Diversity and by far the biggest success from the show, Susan Boyle. It's on at 8pm on ITV1, will you be tuning in? Let me know!
Since Simon Cowell announced he's quitting American Idol to create X Factor US, rumours have been rife about who will join him on the judging panel, with Victoria Beckham's name mentioned and Amanda Holden's predictions of Paula Abdul, Beyonce and Megan Fox. Attention is now turning to who will host the show, and British names are leading the way. Dermot O'Leary is reportedly ready to sign a six-figure deal to take his experience on the UK version to the States. He could be challenged by Ant and Dec, as the Geordie duo have said they would consider the job if Simon offered it as it would be "an amazing adventure". I'd love to know what you think, so vote to let me know: who should host The X Factor US?
Ant and Dec were all smiles outside the Britain's Got Talent auditions in Manchester yesterday, and they had good reason to be so happy after their double win at the National Television Awards on Wednesday night! Judge Amanda Holden was also pictured outside, arriving in front of the crowd of auditionees waiting for their chance to maybe have some of the success that Susan Boyle and Diversity are enjoying! She looked just as glam as she had in her white dress at the NTAs, no mean feat after traveling from London after a late night!
Ant and Dec hit ITV1 tonight at 7.30pm to extend our Christmas cheer just a little bit longer, with the help of some famous festive friends in their Christmas Special! Their good friend Robbie Williams takes part, as do assorted The X Factor contestants — including John & Edward! Peter Andre, Geri Halliwell, Piers Morgan, Amanda Holden, Alexandra Burke and The Saturdays are just a few more of the famous faces getting involved in a show which will have plenty of treats and some surprises for the studio audience. If you just can't wait until tonight to get a festive fix of Ant and Dec, the boys dressed up as snowmen for this fun festive message to their fans! Will you be watching the show tonight?
To see more hilarious photos from the Christmas special — including Dec as Buttons and Ant in drag — just read more
It's time for another of my Best of 2009 polls and this time I'm asking you who your favourite British personality is! All those celebs that don't quite fit into the other categories come in here, making for quite a diverse poll! Ant and Dec are counted as one, since you can't have one without the other, along with other TV presenters, judges, a sportsman and a chef. Who's your favourite though? Let me know!
It's been announced that Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are teaming up again after this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here to film a Christmas special for ITV. One of their best friends, Robbie Williams, will also appear on the special too! It's not the first time they've teamed up for a Christmas show — check out Robbie's amusing appearance on Saturday Night Takeaway from 2006 below. With pantomime stars being announced too, the festive season is fast approaching — so I'd like to know if you think you'll tune in to watch Ant and Dec and Robbie this Christmas? Let me know!
After a week of the most bizarre and brilliant acts performing in the live semi-finals, Britain's Got Talent finally came to a close tonight with a spectacular final show. The acts performing in the final were Aiden Davis, Hollie Steele, 2 Grand, Julian Smith, Stavros Flatley, Shaheen Jafargholi, Shaun Smith, Flawless, Susan Boyle and Diversity. The top three were dance act Diversity, singer Susan Boyle and saxophonist Julian Smith, with Diversity winning the prize of £100,000 and to perform at the Royal Variety Performance this year in front of Her Majesty the Queen. Check out their winning performance!
It has been a headline making series, with Susan Boyle making a huge impact both on this side of the Atlantic and in the US, where she got an enormous amount of attention ever since her very first audition was shown and became a YouTube sensation. So tell me did you enjoy this series of the show? Were Diversity a deserved winner? And will you be tuning in to the Royal Variety Performance to see them fulfil their dream? Let me know!
I'm gearing up to watch the big finale of Britain's Got Talent, where Aiden Davis, Hollie Steele, 2 Grand, Julian Smith, Stavros Flatley, Shaheen Jafargholi, Shaun Smith, Flawless, Susan Boyle and Diversity go head to head to be crowned winner of this series! The show starts on ITV1 at 6.45pm and then there's a hour's break from 8.30pm before the winner is finally announced in the 9.30pm show! But will you be watching tonight? Let me know, and I'd love to know which of the contestants you think will win — don't forget to remind yourself of their semi-final performances.