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Katy B rules herself out of Voice UK coach role: 'I'm not ready'

Katy B has insisted that she will not be joining the next series of The Voice UK.

The singer served as a Battle Advisor to coach Ricky Wilson on the BBC One talent show earlier this year, but said she isn't ready to commit to a full-time role in one of the big red chairs following Kylie Minogue's departure.

"My mum called me the other day and was like, 'You're the favourite on Coral to take [Kylie's] spot!' I was like, 'Really?'" Katy B told Digital Spy at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Glasgow.

"I would definitely want a little more experience. I don't think I'm ready to be a judge.

"Right now I'm just enjoying writing songs and singing, so I need to get that out of my system for a few more years before I start coaching people."

Katy B performed on the In New
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Rita Ora, Calvin Harris inseparable

Rita Ora, Calvin Harris inseparable
Los Angeles, May 27: Singer Rita Ora and boyfriend Calvin Harris reportedly ditched a meeting session with media to spend cosy time with each other.

The couple has been dating for a couple of weeks and wanted their dressing rooms to be next to each other at Radio 1's Big Weekend, reports dailystar.co.uk.

"They asked for adjoining dressing rooms so they could spend as much time together as possible," a source said.

"Rita asked for white sofas and jewelled lampshades while Calvin wanted dozens of passion fruit and mango-scented candles," the source added.

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This Week's Must-See TV: 5 Shows You Shouldn't Miss

Planning a few lazy nights on the sofa this week? If so, you've come to the right place, as we here at Tube Talk have once again gone over the schedules with a fine-toothed comb and plucked out the five best bits of telly in the next seven days.

As well as the great shows and documentaries listed below, there's also a chance to boogie in your living room to the likes of The Saturdays, Olly Murs, Little Mix and Rita Ora with Radio 1's Big Weekend, coming to you from Londonderry in Northern Ireland. Coverage begins Saturday, May 25 at 7pm on BBC Three.

Grey's Anatomy: Wednesday (May 22) at 10pm on Sky Living

How could Grey's possibly top last season's terrifying and epic plane crash? Er... with rain! Lots of rain! Ah, we joke, but fans expecting another of the medical drama's traditional apocalyptic finales will not be disappointed,
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Radio 1's Hackney Weekend: Review

Radio 1's Big Weekend is famous for its unlikely settings (previous venues include Sunderland, Wiltshire and last year's Carlisle), so this year's decision to hold the free event in Hackney in support of the Olympics was somewhat of an expected anomaly. Previous headliners include Lady GaGa, The Foo Fighters and Madonna, but this year's lineup promised to deliver a higher grade of artists throughout. Early comers who beat the two-mile tailback were treated to local resident and festival ambassador Leona Lewis, who opened proceedings on Saturday's main stage with a rendition of Diddy Dirty Money's 'Coming Home'. She sounded re-energized and apparently hungry to release new material as she debuted 'Come Alive' from her upcoming album. Rock was catered for almost solely by Kasabian, who struggled to compete against the urban-pop (more)
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Justin Bieber Booed at BBC Radio 1's Festival, Defended by Jared Leto

Justin Bieber reportedly got booed when he was announced to take the stage at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend Music Festival over the weekend. But, the Canadian singer was defended by 30 Seconds to Mars' frontman Jared Leto. "He's a young kid," Leto told BBC. "He'll be able to charm the crowd."

Justin performed three songs live on the main stage at the gig taking place on Saturday, May 22 in Bangor, Wales. The sound of those unhappy with his set were firmly drowned out by the screaming of teenage girls who rushed to the front row soon after he appeared on the stage.

Other performers at the concert included Alicia Keys, Cheryl Cole, Scouting for Girls, Chris Moyles, Florence and the Machine, Mgmt, Faithless, Dizzee Rascal and many others.
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Doctor Who | Over the Rainbow | The Last Emperor of China | Money | Dispatches | 24 and more | Watch this at the weekend

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Doctor Who | Over the Rainbow | The Last Emperor of China | Money | Dispatches | 24 and more

Saturday 22

Doctor Who

6.15pm, BBC1

"Oh look," says the Doctor. "A big mining thing. I love a big mining thing." (See Doctors passim, especially the Jon Pertwee/Tom Baker eras). We're in 2015, in Wales, and while the Discovery Drilling Project has been burrowing deeper into the Earth's crust than ever before, "something else has been drilling Up". The scene is set for a reappearance of an ancient race, last seen 26 years ago during Peter Davison's reign. But it's not perhaps the most gripping story of the new season, it must be said.

Over The Rainbow

7pm, BBC1

The final three sing and emote like they're being electrocuted as we, the public choose who will play the girl from Kansas. They've all but punched themselves hard in the face to secure their place in Oz. The
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Radio 1 Big Weekend lineup revealed

Radio 1 Big Weekend lineup revealed
Cheryl Cole, Rihanna and Dizzee Rascal are among the acts that have been confirmed for Radio 1's tenth Big Weekend. Florence and the Machine, Alicia Keys, dance stars Pendulum, X Factor boyband Jls and rock acts Lostprophets and Biffy Clyro will also play the two-date event at the Vanyol Estate in Bangor next month. Some 40,000 fans will be able to attend the festival , which takes place on Saturday, May 22 and Sunday, May 23. "We've pulled out all the stops for our tenth BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend with an outstanding lineup of the best UK and international talent, along with (more)
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