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Sugar Bits — Wogan Hands Eurovision To Norton

  • Sir Terry Wogan has officially stepped down as Eurovision Song Contest commentator, and Graham Norton will take his place for 2009's contest in Moscow. —BBC
  • David Van Day has become the latest contestant to leave the jungle on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!. He's the last celeb to leave the jungle before tonight's grand final. — The Sun
  • Alex Rodriguez has stated that he and Madonna are nothing more than friends, saying he's only been to two of her concerts despite reports to the contrary. His final word on her? "I have a lot of respect for her. She's very committed to making the world a better place. She's had an amazing career, and we're friends. That's it." — People
  • Leona Lewis' cover of Snow Patrol's "Run" has become the fastest selling digital-only track of the year by selling 70,000 times in its first two days of release, overtaking Estelle's "American Boy". — BBC
  • Pete Doherty is to join legendary band The Who for one night only, when he performs with them at a gig for the Teenage Cancer Trust on January 12, 2009. — The Sun
  • Kate Moss took her daughter Lila Grace's nanny on a shopping spree at Topshop for Christmas. Her generosity impressed company boss Sir Philip Green so much that he offered to foot the £3000+ bill. — Vogue


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