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The 2015 live final of The Voice UK was watched by more than 6 million people, overnight figures indicate.
Later on from 9.10pm, the latest episode of Casualty attracted 4.57m (24.1%).
Over on ITV, the latest series of Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway concluded with 4.89m (24.7%) from 7pm. You're Back in the Room and The Jonathan Ross Show followed with 3.17m (15.9%) and 2.33m (13.1%) respectively.
Earlier in the evening, Thunderbirds Are Go managed 1.74m (13.4%) from 5pm.
Channel 4's End of the World Night averaged 1.09m (5.9%) between 9pm and 10.35pm.
On Channel 5, the latest instalment of Ted Danson's CSI interested 741k (4.4%) from 10pm. »
Everyone and everything loves Tom Hanks, including the Internet. Scratch that, especially the Internet. The delightful, Oscar-winning actor has captured the attention and admiration of the web thanks to his iconic movie career, and his general good-guy demeanor. This has resulted in everything from memes to movements like Tom Hanks Day.
But what makes Tom Hanks such an especially great Internet star, is that he’s in on the fun. Whether he’s taking part in viral videos (like his recent visit to The Late Late Show with James Corden) or playing along with a fan’s hilarious request, Hanks just continues to be the best, both on and offline.
In honor of Tom Hanks just being, you know, the coolest, here are his best contributions to the net.
The man can do everything, including effortlessly transitioning »
- Aly Semigran
The Voice UK suffered a dip in viewers for its live semi-finals.
BBC One's singing competition was watched by 6.3m (30.2%) from 7pm according to overnight figures, down from 7.04m (32.8%) last week.
Casualty followed with 4.81m (24.4%), before The National Lottery Live appealed to 3.52m (20.6%).
Over on ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway continued with 5.66m (27.1%) from 7pm. You're Back in the Room garnered 3.98m (19.2%) afterwards, and The Jonathan Ross Show earned 2.51m (14.1%) from 9.25pm.
Channel 4's feature-length Coalition drew 881k (4.7%) from 9pm. Earlier, The World's Weirdest Weather was seen by 826k (3.9%).
On Channel 5, the latest episode of CSI managed 883k (5.7%) from 9.55pm.
The multichannels were topped by ITV3's Foyle's War, which attracted 764k (3.7%) from 8pm. A double bill of The Following averaged 101k (0.5%) and 84k (0.6%) for »
The Voice UK earned more than 7 million viewers last night (March 21), according to overnight figures.
The BBC One singing competition attracted 7.04m (32.8%) for its live quarter-finals from 7.30pm. The results show managed 5.76m (30%) from 9.35pm.
The numbers are an improvement year-on-year, with last year's quarter-finals drawing 6.21m (27.6%) for the main show.
Elsewhere on BBC One, The National Lottery Live was watched by 5.12m (26.4%) from 9.25pm.
On Channel 5, the latest episode of CSI intrigued 824k (4.9%) from 10pm. »
Well clearly, we're not the only ones obsessed with Elizabeth Hurley. While stopping by The Jonathan Ross Show Saturday night in London, The Royals star found out she had quite the famous admirer. Turns out fellow guest Russell Crowe has been quite the fan of Queen Helena for many years. When asked how he first met the stunning actress, Crowe revealed it was more than 30 years ago when he was asked to be a dog walker for Hurley's pet. "I have no idea who I'm going to meet so I go round to this house, knock on the door and a 21-year-old Elizabeth Hurley opens the door in a men's business shirt and nothing else," Crowe recalled. "I just thought 'thank you »
We're down to the final 12 contestants, which means it's the start of the live shows.
Each coach chooses one of their three to go through, and the public vote on which of the remaining acts they want to see again. Olly Murs and last year's winner Jermain Jackman will also be performing.
The Following: Sky Atlantic, 9pm
The FBI continues its fight against a serial killer cult.
Things could easily take a deadly turn when Hardy responds to a horrific loss. Meanwhile, Max, Ryan, and Weston go after those responsible for it.
The Jonathan Ross Show: ITV, 9.25pm
The singer treated viewers to renditions of 'Ghosttown' and 'Living For Love'.
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The singer recently admitted that she was left "shocked" after finding out that BBC Radio 1 had passed on the opportunity to playlist her latest single.
The Voice UK dropped to a series low last night (March 14), according to overnight figures.
The National Lottery: Win Your Wish List continued with 4.08m (20%) from 8.30pm, with Casualty attracting 4.85m (24.5%) afterwards.
On ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway appealed to 5.46m (26.4%) from 7pm.
The competition continues with the first knockout round this weekend.
Rita Ora and will.i.am's singers will be fighting to stay in as their teams are reduced to three contestants.
You're Back in the Room: ITV, 8.20pm
In this brand new game show hosted by Phillip Schofield, contestants complete challenges to win £25,000 while hypnotised.
Hardy tries to find a connection between Mark and Andrew, while an FBI agent is captured by the cult.
Madonna's last tour was more painful than her fall at the Brit Awards. The 56-year-old singer fell down a set of stairs during a performance of her single 'Living For Love' at the event at London's O2 Arena last month, but she insists the hurt she suffered was nothing in comparison to the rough and tumble of her 'Mdna' tour in 2012. She told 'The Jonathan Ross Show': ''It was pretty dangerous. I got punched a lot. What's a little fall off the stage compared to my last tour? Seriously. I got punched all the time.'' Meanwhile, Madonna recently claimed she was not seriously hurt at the BRITs because she knows how to fall safely - and because a ''guardian angel'' was looking out for her''. She explained: ''I have core strength, and I know that saved me. That and my guardian angels. I believe that there's »
The Voice UK continued its reign over Saturday evenings with almost 7million viewers last night (March 7), according to overnight figures.
An average of 6.99m tuned in for the latest Battle Rounds, which is slightly down on last week's 7.23m. The average share also dropped from 33.1% to 23.5% this week.
Casualty played out to 4.89m at 9.30pm, giving the channel a 24.8% share of the audience.
ITV's schedule led with Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway from 7pm, entertaining 5.94m / 27.8% until 8.30pm (+1: 277.6k / 1.3%).
Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South was the most watched programme on BBC Two last night, with an average of 1.38m / 7.2% viewers between 9.30pm and 10.30pm. »
Paloma Faith has predicted that she will never be given the opportunity to record a James Bond theme song.
The singer expressed her interest in recording the theme for upcoming film Spectre last month, but has now discovered that someone else has been given the job.
Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, she said: "I also know that I'm not going to sing the Bond [theme song] because I've found out that I'm not going to be singing it…
"I think now because of the whole cool factor thing I'm never going to get it, and if you ask for something in this business, you don't get it."
Dear @007 Ive been waiting patiently to be able to sing the next theme.I was Born to do it.Please don't give it to someone else again!
— Paloma Faith (@Palomafaith) February 6, 2015
"Armani hooked me up! My beautiful cape was tied too tight!," the Material Girl wrote on Instagram. "But nothing can stop me and love really lifted me up! Thanks for your good wishes! I'm fine!"
Now, the legendary fashion designer is firing back at the pop icon, saying that Madonna is the only person to blame for her embarrassing spill.
Video: Watch Madonna's Epic Fall During Brit Awards 'Living For Love' Performance
"Madonna, as we all know, is very difficult," Armani told AP, smiling. According to the 80-year-old Italian fashion designer, Madonna's cape was originally supposed to be secured with a simple clasp, but the singer wanted it tied instead, which caused the fall. "That's all there was to it."
Madonna, however »
Ever since Sigourney Weaver announced that she would be back to star in Avatar 2 back in 2010, we have been scratching our heads about the situation. After all, her character, Dr. Grace Augustine, very clearly died towards the end of the film - so how could Weaver be coming back? Finally the actress has clarified her position in the franchise a bit, and has confirmed that she will be in Avatar 2 playing a different character. Weaver is currently on the press tour promoting the upcoming release of Chappie, and it was while she was a guest on the UK's The Jonathan Ross Show that the actress revealed how she will be fitting into Avatar 2. The late night program's titular host asked her if we could expect the upcoming sequel to be set directly after the events of the last movie, and she corrected him by saying, "No. I »
Last we heard of Avatar 2 and its pair of subsequent sequels, director James Cameron had opted to delay the upcoming installments due to a complex script. This is largely due to the fact that all three movies are set to be filmed simultaneously, leaving cast and crew with a lot of plates to keep spinning. However, despite the events of the first Avatar in 2009, one seemingly core member of the original film set to rejoin production is Sigourney Weaver, who may not play Grace Augustine upon her return.
That’s according to the actress herself, who recently appeared on The Jonathan Ross show to talk all-things-Chappie (with a spice of Blomkamp’s mysterious Alien sequel thrown in for good measure, no doubt). And during the course of the interview, Weaver was asked how she will be able to return to the mystical world of Pandora. Put simply, the »
- Michael Briers
"...have you ever heard of nonlinear storytelling? A lot happens on that planet before she shows up, and before Jake shows up to join her," James Cameron said in 2011 about the return of Sigourney Weaver in the "Avatar" sequels even though her character, Grace, died. "She’s there for fifteen years ahead of time. I don’t know, but I wouldn’t jump to conclusions. And I’ve already said way too much about 'Avatar 2 and 3' here and there, but people piece it together like those voice cameos and tell the whole story!" And yet, Cameron couldn't helping saying a few more words: "Okay, here’s the deal. When you have a science-fiction series, a science-fiction franchise, you’re never dead, unless your DNA is expunged from the universe. And then there’s always time travel!" So is Grace dead, alive, or transformed? Well, we'll find out eventually, but »
- Kevin Jagernauth
BBC One's singing contest averaged 7.23m (33.1%) from 7.15pm, according to overnight figures. Casualty then appealed to 4.8m (23.9%).
BBC Two's How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson was watched by 816k (3.7%) from 7.45pm. A Dad's Army repeat entertained 1.51m (6.8%), before Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South continued with 1.16m (5.9%).
On ITV, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway managed 6.03m (28.5%) from 7pm.
On Channel 5, the latest episode of CSI was watched by 731k (3.5%) in the 9pm hour.
ITV3's Foyle's War won the multichannels, drawing 882k (4.1%) from 8pm. »
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway: ITV, 7pm
More antics from the cheeky Geordie duo, who are back for the second instalment in this series of their hit variety show.
There's all the usual fun, games, celeb guests and musical performances, plus Richard Madeley teams up with the boys for their latest prank.
No more button-thwacking, no more spinny chairs - it's time for the Battle Rounds!
Love 'em or loathe 'em, the Battles always provide scenes to remember - but who will survive into the Live Shows?
CSI: Channel 5, 9pm
Saturdays aren't a big night for drama, but Channel 5 continues to serve up all-new episodes of ever-popular Us import CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
The Jonathan Ross Show: ITV, »
Even after a horrific tumble down the stairs at the Brit Awards this week, Madonna still knows how to keep the show going. She took to Instagram to tell everyone she was fine after the fall, but the singer recently revealed she was actually really hurt. During a taping of The Jonathan Ross Show in Britain, Madonna shared, "I didn't hurt my butt; I hurt my head. . . . I smacked the back of my head. So, there was a man standing over me with a flashlight until about 3 a.m. making sure that I was still compos mentis." She also mentioned that the incident not only physically bruised her but mentally threw off her performance as well. "It was a horrible nightmare," she said. "Seriously, I rehearse and I rehearse and I rehearse so that when I do the show it's effortless and I create magic, and I did the opposite. »
Turns out she was hurt worse than she let on. Madonna, who told her Instagram followers she was "fine" after falling from the stage at the Brit Awards on Wednesday, was actually hurting - and had to be watched closely all that night. "I didn't hurt my butt, I hurt my head," the Material Girl, 56, said Thursday during a taping of ITV's The Jonathan Ross Show in Britain, for an episode that will air next month. "I know how to fall. I've fallen off my horse many times, and I tucked, and I have good core strength … but the thing is, »
- Tim Nudd, @nudd
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