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What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks - Glee, The Big Bang Theory

4 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent: ITV, 7:30pm

Another nine hopeful acts step up to compete for a place in Sunday night's grand final.

Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams judge as the acts fight for the audience's vote in order to continue on in the competition. Results are announced at 9:30pm.

The Big Bang Theory: E4, 8:30pm

The Big Bang gang return for another episode of the hilarious Us sitcom.

Penny seeks out Sheldon's advice about her acting career, and meanwhile the boys argue when Raj works on a project for Nasa which could involve sending messages to aliens in outer space.

The Good Wife: More4, 9pm

As the newly elected State Attorney, Alicia is faced with difficult questions about her leaked e-mails during a television interview.

Diane gets into a spot of bother when she takes on a case for the firm's »

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Britain's Got Talent's Jamie Raven: 'I hope Alesha Dixon forgives me for calling her Sir'

5 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent star Jamie Raven has admitted that he hopes Alesha Dixon will forgive him after he accidentally called her "Sir" last night.

The magician won a place in the Bgt final after impressing the judges and topping the public vote in yesterday's show.

But speaking to Digital Spy this morning, Raven repeatedly asked us to mention how sorry he was for describing Dixon as "Sir" during his act.

"Your brain's going and I'm thinking of so many things at once," he explained. "Obviously I apologised to her afterwards, but because where I work mainly you're taught to be polite to people, it just came out. I can't say anything other than I'm so sorry.

"Obviously she's a beautiful lady! I hope she'll forgive me and appreciate that it was the circumstance of doing live magic in front of millions of people at the end of a long day! »

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Britain's Got Talent: Collabro's verdict - Richard Hadfield on terrible acts and who blew him away

7 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Collabro know exactly what it's like to be on a Britain's Got Talent live show, so every day we've been getting their verdict on the previous night's acts. And today, it's the turn of Richard Hadfield, who thought last night's show was "fantastic" (if "a mixed bag").

And Richard knows what Britain's Got Talent can do for an act. "We've had a number one album, we've travelled halfway across the world, performed to 20 million people on Japanese television," he said. "We're going to America, we just signed a massive American record deal. We performed at the Royal Variety which was amazing, to meet Kate and Wills, and we've got a second album coming out. It's just all overwhelming, and when any of us just get to have a moment's break and just think about the things we've done in a short period of time - we're so appreciative of Britain's Got Talent »

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Simon Cowell can bring British wrestling back to TV

9 hours ago | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Simon Cowell is the man to bring wrestling back to British TV, professional grappler Drew Galloway has claimed. Earlier this year, it was reported the 'Britain's Got Talent' boss is interested in resurrecting the sport on terrestrial TV as he was a huge fan of it when it aired on ITV's 'World of Sport' anthology show in the 70s, which featured household names such as Big Daddy, Rollerball Rocco and Giant Haystacks. Drew - who is a major star on weekly Us wrestling TV show 'Tna Impact', which airs on Challenge in the UK - is excited by Simon's apparent plans and »

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UK TV ratings: Britain's Got Talent rises to 8.2m with third semi-final

10 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Britain's Got Talent was a ratings winner for ITV once again on Wednesday (May 27), according to overnight figures.

The show was up 400,000 viewers night-on-night with 8.2m (38.8%) for its third live semi-final between 7.30pm and 9pm, while a further 269,000 (1.2%) tuned in on ITV+1.

The results show - which saw Udi and Jamie Raven win places in the grand final - was seen by 6.92m (31.7%) at 9.30pm (317k/2.3% on +1).

On BBC One, Traffic Cops thrilled 2.40m (11.0%) at 8pm, while New Tricks continued with 2.06m (9.4%) at 9pm.

BBC Two's A Cook Abroad interested 740k (4.0%) at 7pm, before Springwatch gathered 1.75m (8.1%) at 8pm, and Modern Times brought in 740k (3.8%) at 9.30pm. Newsnight followed with 630k (4.9%) at 10.30pm.

The Supervet averaged 620k (2.8%) for Channel 4 at 8pm (146k/0.7%), while 24 Hours in A&E intrigued 1.66m (7.5%) at 9pm (361k/2.3%).

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Jamie Raven and Udi in 'Bgt' final

22 hours ago | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Jamie Raven and Udi are through to the 'Britain's Got Talent' live final. Magician Jamie, 31, who wowed the judges with his ''incredible'' performance, automatically secured his spot in the final stage of the ITV talent show after receiving the majority of the public vote during the third round of the semi-finals tonight (27.05.15). Despite being hailed as the ''new generation Diversity,'' twenty-six piece dance troupe IMD Legion, who are all aged between nine and 17, narrowly missed out on a spot in the final on Sunday (31.05.15) after dividing the judges opinion. Alesha Dixon, who also performed her new single on the »

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Here's how Britain's Got Talent fans reacted to the third semi-final results

22 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent's electrifying round of semis rumbled on tonight (May 27) as Jamie Raven and U.D.I. advanced to Sunday's final.

Magician Raven progressed straight through after topping the public vote, while U.D.I. beat IMD Legion in a second-place battle.

Twitter was pleased Jamie Raven made it through

Congratulations @jamieravenmagic you're in the final on Sunday! Magic!

#BGTlive #Bgt pic.twitter.com/TH7cBj4fUM

— ITV (@ITV) May 27, 2015

Yay! The best act won #Bgt

— Gabulous (@velvetgh0st) May 27, 2015

Get in happy with the top 2 top class #Bgt

— thom (@thomwolves17) May 27, 2015

Yesssss!!!!!! Can't wait to see what he's got left for the final #JamieRaven #Bgt

— Anne Sharples (@annakristina95) May 27, 2015

Glad #JamieRaven got through he is amazing ! Not keen on #Udi if you've seen it once, you've seen it all !!! #Bgt #BGTSemiFinals

— Danny Dearden (@dannydeardenuk) May 27, 2015

@jamieravenmagic You were amazing tonight on #Bgt you get my vote. Your family will be extremely proud! »

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Jamie Raven and U.D.I. make it through to the Britain's Got Talent final

23 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The results of the third Britain's Got Talent semi-final have been revealed, following tonight's (May 27) latest live show.

Nine more acts competed for a place in Sunday's grand final, with magician Jamie Raven winning the public vote.

Britain's Got Talent: It's time for the third semi-final - as it happened

The judges failed to reach a decision between U.D.I. and IMD Legion, but dance troupe U.D.I. secured a place based on the public vote.

The Kingdom Tenors were fourth and Gracie Wickens-Sweet came in fifth.

The Sakyi Five finished sixth, Ella Shaw seventh, Dylan Byrd eighth and Narinder Dhani ninth.

Jamie Raven and U.D.I. join Jules O'Dwyer and her dog Matisse, dancers Old Men Grooving, Welsh choir Cor Glanaethwy and dance group Entity Allstars in Sunday's (May 31) grand final.

Here's how Britain's Got Talent fans reacted to the third semi-final results

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Britain's Got Talent 2014 winners Collabro are going on a massive UK tour

23 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The winners of last year's Britain's Got Talent, Collabro, are heading out on a 27-date tour of the UK.

The group - formed of Michael Auger, Richard Hadfield, Jamie Lambert, Matt Pagan and Thomas Redgrave - will begin their 'Act Two' tour in Brighton next February.

The full list of tour dates is as follows:

February 22 New Brighton Floral Pavilion

February 25 Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

February 26 Harrogate International Centre

February 27 Blackburn King Georges

February 29 Manchester Bridgewater Hall

March 2 Ipswich Regent

March 4 Southend Cliff Pavilion

March 6 Llandudno Venue Cymru

March 8 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

March 9 Carlisle Sands Centre

March 11 Sheffield City Hall

March 12 Brighton Centre

March 14 Gateshead Sage

March 15 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

March 17 Cambridge Corn Exchange

March 18 Stoke Regent Theatre

March 19 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

March 21 Bristol Colston Hall

March 22 Watford Colosseum

March 24 Plymouth Pavilion

March 25 Bournemouth Bic

March 26 London Royal Albert Hall

March 28 Oxford New Theatre

March 29 Birmingham Symphony Hall

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Britain's Got Talent: It's time for the third semi-final - as it happened

27 May 2015 11:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

We're racing through this live week on Britain's Got Talent, aren't we? Already we're on our third live show, and another nine acts are waiting nervously in the Fountain Studios canteen in Wembley, preparing for their next attempt at impressing the judges.

They won't be the only anxious ones tonight either - we think Alesha Dixon might be feeling a few butterflies as she'll be taking to the stage to perform her new single in the results show. A pretty packed evening then! Join us from 7.30pm when the show begins on ITV and we'll bring you all the action...

21:58So that's that! Jamie Raven and U.D.I. are going to be back for the final - but that's your lot for tonight. Don't fret though, because we'll be back for the fourth semi-final tomorrow! Remember to keep leaving your comments below... we'll love you and leave you for now! »

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Britain's Got Talent Old Men Grooving: 'Simon Cowell didn't get us'

27 May 2015 9:52 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent stars Old Men Grooving have brushed off Simon Cowell's criticisms of their semi-final performance.

The five-piece dance act made it into the final after the judges were split on last night's show, as they beat Revelation Avenue in the public vote.

But speaking to Digital Spy today, they explained that they weren't worried about Cowell's suggestion that the second half of their performance wasn't as strong as the first.

"He didn't get it, that's why," said Fred. "I think it's clear that that was very simple because the message was we wanted dads to be able to get up and dance. Dads have got this thing that they can't really dance, so we made it very simple - drink the beer, put it down, drive the car!

"It was things that dads did because we wanted them to identify with that. We knew that if it »

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Old Men Grooving for Mc Hammer performance

27 May 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Old Men Grooving will perform an Mc Hammer-inspired routine for the 'Britain's Got Talent' final. Stephen Mulhern - who presents the spin-off show 'Britain's Got More Talent' - has revealed the dance group will be looking to the 'Can't Touch This' hitmaker for inspiration ahead of the live final this weekend. Stephen said: ''David's the choreographer and he's sorted it all out, the final's going to be amazing. Mc Hammer stuff, don't miss it!'' David and his pals Phil, Fred, Patrick and Brett - who are all dads from London and Essex aged between 40 and 60 years old - also spoke about »

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Stephen Mulhern: 'Amanda Holden argument reports on Britain's Got Talent are nonsense'

27 May 2015 7:33 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Stephen Mulhern has dismissed reports that he and Amanda Holden had to be separated by Simon Cowell earlier this week.

On Monday's (May 25) edition of Britain's Got More Talent, Holden soaked him with four glasses of water after he showed a picture of what she might look like in 20 years' time.

Holden stuck her fingers up at Mulhern and also smacked his behind in the process.

The tabloids have since reported that the pair argued once they were off-air, with Holden taking offence to his behaviour.

Talking about the show on This Morning, Mulhern said: "Before we start by the way, the whole idea of this is to give This Morning all the gossip, and you may have seen on a front page of a paper this morning a headline about Amanda Holden and myself... being 'split up in an argument by Simon Cowell'.

"I made a joke - »

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It doesn't sound like Cheryl has any plans to make up with Louis Walsh

27 May 2015 6:18 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

It doesn't sound like Louis Walsh will be on Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's Christmas card list again this year after the popstar hit out at the music manager online.

Despite Walsh's claims that they "haven't really fallen out", the 'I Don't Care' singer criticised her fellow X Factor star for 'back-pedalling out of sight'.

The pair clashed last week after Walsh described her as "lazy" and "irrelevant", causing Cheryl to question whether he has an obsession with her.

Walsh recently said: "I got a text from Cheryl, but we haven't really fallen out - she was just saying funny things. She knows I'm writing a book, so it's all fun and games, there's no nastiness."

However, she posted a screenshot of his quotes on Instagram, alongside the caption: "&back pedal 1&2&3&4 until out of sight. Ps) I would not have found the text messages I sent to be 'funny' but ok!! Toodles. »

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Jack Pack bring forward their debut album after their Britain's Got Talent performance

27 May 2015 5:34 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Jack Pack have brought forward the release of their self-titled debut album.

Jack Pack was due to hit stores in September but following the band's performance of 'Light My Fire' on last night's Britain's Got Talent semi-final it will now be released on June 29 via Syco Music.

"We have had an incredible reaction since last night's performance by the band," a Syco spokesperson said.

"So bringing forward the release was the only sensible option."

Jack Pack are Alfie Palmer, Andrew Bourn, Martin McCafferty and Sean Ryder Wolf. The foursome finished in fourth place on last year's Britain's Got Talent.

The album includes reworkings of tracks including Screamin' Jay Hawkins's 'I Put a Spell on You' and Frank Sinatra's 'My Way'.

It also features previously-unrecorded Randy Newman song 'Forever' and two other originals.

The full tracklisting is as follows:

1. 'Light My Fire'

2. 'Forever'

3. 'I Put a Spell »

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Britain's Got Talent: Collabro's verdict - Matt Pagan on which acts were weird and who stepped up

27 May 2015 4:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

We've had our second semi-final on Britain's Got Talent now, and some people who know just what it's like to hit the live shows are last year's winners Collabro. So each day, we'll be bringing you their verdict on the previous night's show, and today it's the turn of Matt Pagan.

"It was a great semi-final actually, really great," Matt told us this morning. "Me and the boys always sit and watch it in our separate homes and we all comment on it on our WhatsApp group and we thought it was a fantastic semi-final."

And in fact, the boys are still such big Britain's Got Talent fans that they thought they'd swing by to perform on Friday's show - why not, eh? Matt revealed this morning that he's "so excited" about going back to the studios.

So without further ado, let's see what Matt thought of each of the acts last night. »

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Louis Walsh: X Factor has too much singing

27 May 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Louis Walsh has complained that there's ''too much singing'' on 'The X Factor'. The 62-year-old music manager has confirmed he will not be returning to his role as a judge on the ITV show later this year and has claimed that despite it being a singing competition, he thinks there's too much of it. He said: ''Singing shows are not what they used to be, they have too much singing in them. I honestly think Simon [Cowell] had to change things around because I've been on it for 11 years. ''I think 'Britain's Got Talent' is a variety show and people love that. »

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UK TV ratings: Britain's Got Talent continues to dominate with 7.8m for ITV

27 May 2015 2:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup - data supplied by Barb

Britain's Got Talent continued to dominate the ratings on Tuesday (May 26), but around 750,000 viewers tuned out night-on-night for the second semi-final on ITV.

The second live show of the 2015 series brought in 7.79m (36.8%) between 7.30pm and 9pm, while a further 393,000 (1.8%) watched on +1. Monday's first semi-final attracted an overnight audience of 8.56m for the live performances.

Later, the live results were seen by 6.57m (31.1%) at 9.30pm (289k/2.1%).

BBC One's Crimewatch averaged 2.79m (13.2%) at 9pm, while Gary Lineker on the Road to Fa Cup Glory entertained 1.56m (15.8%) at 10.45pm.

On BBC Two, A Cook Abroad continued with 790k (4.3%) at 7pm, before Springwatch interested 1.89m (8.6%) at 8pm, and Joan of Arc: God's Warrior fascinated 1.32m (6.2%) at 9pm.

Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List It continued to prove popular with Channel 4 viewers, with 1.18m (5.4%) at 8pm (234k/1.1%). No Offence followed with 1.07m »

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Jamie Laing dating Louis Tomlinson's ex-girlfriend

27 May 2015 1:00 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Simon Cowell is the man to bring wrestling back to British TV, professional grappler Drew Galloway has claimed. Earlier this year, it was reported the 'Britain's Got Talent' boss is interested in resurrecting the sport on terrestrial TV as he was a huge fan of it when it aired on ITV's 'World of Sport' anthology show in the 70s, which featured household names such as Big Daddy, Rollerball Rocco and Giant Haystacks. Drew - who is a major star on weekly Us wrestling TV show 'Tna Impact', which airs on Challenge in the UK - is excited by Simon's apparent plans and »

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Bobby Davro accuses Britain's Got Talent judges of being "unfair" to Andrew Fleming

26 May 2015 11:45 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Bobby Davro has defended fellow impressionist and friend Andrew Fleming after he was knocked out of Britain's Got Talent.

Speaking to Phil Williams on BBC Radio 5 Live yesterday (May 26), Davro accused judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams of being "a little unfair".

"Andy's done the last four years with me," he explained. "He's such a talented boy... they [on Britain's Got Talent] only got him to do the older ones and I believe they sold him short.

"I know Andy and he's such a good mimic and he does all the contemporary ones. But they sort of put you in that pigeon hole - 'come on, let's put him there, then let's take the mickey out of him' - and I thought that's a little unfair if I'm honest."

The third live semi-final of Britain's Got Talent starts tonight on ITV at 7.30pm.

Watch Fleming's semi-final performance below: »

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