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Kelly Clarkson, Rita Ora complete 'X Factor' final lineup

Kelly Clarkson, Rita Ora complete 'X Factor' final lineup
Kelly Clarkson, Rita Ora and Britain's Got Talent stars Only Boys Aloud have completed the lineup for this year's X Factor final. The trio of acts join One Direction, Rihanna, Emeli Sande and Kylie Minogue. Clarkson will be performing on the Saturday with Minogue and Ora. Sande, Rihanna and One Direction will play on the Sunday. None of the special guests are duetting with the (more)
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Only Boys Aloud announce debut album release

Only Boys Aloud have confirmed details of their debut album. The 141-strong choir, who finished third on this year's Britain's Got Talent, will release their eponymous LP on November 19 via Sony Records. Founding member Tim Rhys Evans said: "All of these lads will feel like they've been part of something really special, that they're worth something. "They can take that confidence forward to the rest of their lives - whether they're going to be a doctor, bricklayer or even a professional musician. Setting up the choir is one of the best things I've ever done in my life". Dan Urch added: "We're (more)
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'Britain's Got Talent' Jonathan & Charlotte talk new album 'Together'

'Britain's Got Talent' Jonathan & Charlotte talk new album 'Together'
Jonathan & Charlotte have talked about their debut album to fans online. The pair participated in a Ustream chat to preview songs from their debut collection Together, which is released in the UK today (September 24). Jonathan Antoine described his life since leaving Britain's Got Talent as a "whirlwind" before they revealed which track fans voted as their favourite online. The ten-track record features their own rendition of R.E.M's 'Everybody Hurts', a duet with Only Boys Aloud on 'The Prayer' and a cover of Take That's 'Rule The World'. "This is one of our favourite (more)
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Charlotte Jaconelli falls off stage in 'Red or Black' rehearsals

Charlotte Jaconelli falls off stage in 'Red or Black' rehearsals
Charlotte Jaconelli has revealed that she fell off the stage before a TV appearance this weekend. The classical singer - one half of Britain's Got Talent runners-up Jonathan & Charlotte - tripped over during rehearsals for Red or Black?. Jaconelli performed with her singing partner alongside fellow Britain's Got Talent act Only Boys Aloud. "It was really great to get up and perform on Red or Black? after appearing on Britain's Got Talent," (more)
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'Britain's Got Talent' Jonathan & Charlotte stream new album online

'Britain's Got Talent' Jonathan & Charlotte stream new album online
Jonathan & Charlotte have released their debut album Together online. The Britain's Got Talent runners-up have made their first LP available to stream ahead of its official release next week (September 24). The ten-track record features their own rendition of R.E.M's 'Everybody Hurts', a duet with Only Boys Aloud on 'The Prayer' and a cover of Take That's 'Rule The World'. "This is one of our favourite songs," Jonathan Antoine said of the Barlow-penned track. "When (more)
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Celebrity pictures: Pixie Lott, Michelle Keegan, Kym Marsh, more

Celebrity pictures: Pixie Lott, Michelle Keegan, Kym Marsh, more
Today's celebrity pictures see Pixie Lott performing in Wales, Michelle Keegan enjoying the rides at Drayton Manor and day three of Kym Marsh's hen weekend. Looking cute in a Peter Pan-collar dress and braided hair, Pixie Lott performed at the Access All Eirias concert held at the Eirias Stadium in Wales. The two-day event also featured Cover Drive and Britain's Got Talent finalists Only Boys Aloud. In Staffordshire, Michelle Keegan displayed (more)
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Britain's Got Talent is top dog in TV ratings battle

Average of 11.4 million viewers tuned in for final, the biggest audience of the year and more than twice that of The Voice

A nimble mongrel and his teenage owner have won Britain's Got Talent and helped ITV's flagship light entertainment show trounce its BBC rival in the ratings.

An average of 11.4 million viewers saw Ashleigh Butler and Pudsey triumph in Bgt – more than twice as many as The Voice's 5.6 million.

ITV claimed the programme was the highest rating show of the year so far, nudging ahead of a Coronation Street episode that pulled in 11.2 million in January.

Adding viewers of ITV's +1 channel brought the audience to 11.9 million, and the peak audience to 14.5 million. The peak without +1 was 13.8 million.

The Voice was hampered by starting 50 minutes earlier than normal on Saturday. At one stage during a series of head-to-head clashes the BBC show won the ratings battle for three consecutive weeks,
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Amanda Holden backing Only Boys Aloud for win?

Amanda Holden wants Only Boys Aloud to win 'Britain's Got Talent'. The judge - who is joined by Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams on the panel of the ITV show - admits she is a big fan of the Welsh choir act, but also loves Ashleigh and her dancing dog Pudsey. She said: ''I'd love a different kind of act to win and, as judges, I definitely think we've put the choice out there. Throughout the auditions, Welsh choir Only Boys Aloud gave me goosebumps and I really liked Mr Zip, with his 'Where's Me Keys? Where's Me Phone?'
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