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With the news that singer-songwriter Foxes will make her TV acting debut in an upcoming episode of Doctor Who, Digital Spy brings you everything you need to know about the vulpine-named musical starlet.
Doctor Who: Singer Foxes to star and perform in series 8
So who is Foxes, anyway?
Foxes is a 25-year-old Londoner (originally from Southampton) whose mum knows her as Louisa Rose Allen. She uses the stage name Foxes so she doesn't get muddled up with Lily Rose Allen, and because her mum had a weird dream about foxes one time.
She confesses to writing "songs that make you feel like everything's s**t at the beginning and then everything's great by the end". Her debut album's out now but you've probably already heard her on songs like Zedd's 'Clarity'.
Do any of the bin-delving, urban mammals appear in her band as her namesake suggests?
Don't be silly. »
If you're starting off 2014 feeling a little bit worse for wear (Too many Cheeky Vimtos and too much twerking last night?), let Digital Spy soothe your aching head with some exciting news. 2014 is going to be a bloody belting year for entertainment.
Want to know why? Here are 25 reasons that the next 365 days are going to be pretty flipping awesome.
1. True Detective - January
What will be the Breaking Bad of 2014? We can probably rule out Splash! and the comeback for Birds of a Feather, but other than that there's a pretty open field for new dramas this year, hoping to fill a Heisenberg-shaped hole.
HBO's gritty new serial killer series is currently the most likely contender with incredible trailers and some serious hype. If we could only watch one new show next year, this would be it. It arrives in the Us in January and on Sky Atlantic in February. »
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