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Jason Manford: 'Katie Price has exceeded her 15 minutes of fame'

23 November 2011 1:04 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Jason Manford has stated that Katie Price has "exceeded her 15 minutes of fame". The 30-year-old comedian blasted the ex-wife of his Odd One In co-star Peter Andre, claiming that he was sick of her attempts to court publicity. "I'm obviously on Team Andre," he told The Sun. "I've never met her before and have no desire to. [She has] exceeded her 15 minutes of fame. I've had enough of her." Manford added that he was baffled by how the 33-year-old could continue to write about her life, commenting: "What I don't understand is that I poured my everything into writing my book and she's got, like, five biographies. "I'd have to wait (more) »

- By Daniel Sperling

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Dermot O'Leary's 'Marriage Ref' sinks under 2m

4 July 2011 9:53 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Dermot O'Leary's ITV gameshow The Marriage Ref sunk to abysmal ratings on Saturday night. With Jimmy Carr, James Corden and Lorraine Kelly guest-starring, the format - adapted from the Us - appealed to 1.73m (8.4%) from 9pm, down a disappointing 700k week-on-week. The Marriage Ref's performance is ITV1's worst on a Saturday night since The Prisoner last spring. Topping the night with just 4.94m (23.8%) was BBC One's Casualty for an episode titled 'Rogue', which saw Dr Adam Trueman struggle to deal with a patient sex-offender, while Lee Mack's All Star Cast amused 3.16m (16.5%). Elsewhere on ITV1, 3.05m (21.1%) watched You've Been Framed at 6.45pm (+1: 134k), then Bradley Walsh's Odd One In entertained 3.2m (20%) at 7.15pm (more) »

- By Paul Millar

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BBC One's 'In It To Win It' overshadows ITV's 'Penn and Teller'

26 June 2011 6:41 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Popular BBC One gameshow In It To Win It returned to triumph over ITV's much-anticipated Penn and Teller magic series. The Dale Winton format, which includes the National Lottery draws, averaged 4.72m (22.2%) from 8.10pm, while Penn and Teller: Fool Us had a still-respectable 3.58m (17%).

The Vegas magicians added 234k on ITV1 +1. Dermot O'Leary's Marriage Ref did not fall any further from its woeful premiere audience, with 2.44m (11.1%) watching on ITV1 at 9pm and 144k on timeshift - an overall increase week-on-week. Meanwhile, Casualty climbed to 5.16m (23.5%) for part two of 'Keep on Running', and was the most-watched programme of the day. Lee Mack's All Star Cast followed with 3.4m (16.9%). Despite struggling later on, ITV secured two early evening victories over BBC One: Bradley Walsh's Odd One In (more) »

- By Paul Millar

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ITV orders new series of 'Odd One In'

7 March 2011 8:15 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

ITV has ordered a new series of the gameshow Odd One In. The show, which is hosted by Bradley Walsh, sees panellists Peter Andre and Jason Manford trying to work out which person in a lineup has an odd talent or secret. ITV's commissioner of entertainment Kate Maddigan said: "We're thrilled to have Bradley, Peter and Jason back for a new series (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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