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Sugar Bits — Jonathan Ross to Return to BBC This Month

  • Jonathan Ross's Friday night chatshow will return to BBC1 on 23 January following his three month-suspension over "Manuelgate". Jonathan will host his Radio 2 Saturday show on 24 January, and his other regular BBC1 show, Film 2009, will be back on air on 26 January. — Guardian
  • Andrew Sachs is to appear in Coronation Street. A spokesman has confirmed that the new character will be shown on screen "some time later this year". — BBC
  • Leona Lewis has signed a deal to publish her autobiography with Hodder & Stoughton. The book, which will include more than 100 new photographs, will hit the shelves in October, shortly before the scheduled release of Leona's second album. — Reuters
  • Simon Cowell has hired lawyers to sort out Cheryl Cole's visa so she can make it big in America. Because of her assault conviction in 2003, Cheryl can't get the required paperwork to start work in the States, but Simon is so convinced he can help he has already opened talks about a spot on Oprah Winfrey's show this year. — The Sun
  • David Tennant has returned to play Hamlet for the final week of the Royal Shakespeare Company's sold-out production at the Novello in London. He was forced to pull out of the run four weeks ago because of a prolapsed disc. — Guardian
  • Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell welcomed twin girls on 28 Dec., who they have named Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip. Congrats! — PopSugar

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