• Ant and Dec winners at TV awards for 13th year running

    Ant and Dec were hailed Best Entertainment Presenters for the 13th year running at Wednesday night's glittering TV awards, beating the likes of Graham Norton, Alan Carr and Dermot O'Leary. The Britain’s Got Talent hosts, who arrived for the awards ceremony by private jet straight from filming in Cardiff, also scooped the Best Entertainment Programme award for I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY As if that wasn't enough, the presenting duo won a special surprise landmark award, presented by Philip Schofield with a message from Prince Charles. "The nation has taken them to their

  • Benedict Cumberbatch accepts best detective trophy – in his swimming shorts

    This week, the BBC announced that Sherlock is officially the "most watched drama series in a whole decade". And at the star-studded NTAs on Wednesday evening, Benedict Cumberbatch cemented his position as the nation's favourite sleuth when he received the viewer-voted TV Detective Award. Unfortunately, the 37-year-old wasn’t on hand to collect the inaugural trophy. But he more than made up for it in his acceptance speech via live satellite link.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY Dressed smartly in a suit, Benedict began by saying that he was "over the moon" to receive the award, adding, "I can’t tell you what this

  • 'They're back': guest stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth return to Glee

    Glee will celebrate its landmark 100th episode by welcoming back two of its most popular guest stars. Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth are reprising their roles as Holly Holliday and April Rhodes respectively for a special two-part show. The show's excited creator Ryan Murphy confirmed the news, sharing a picture of the pair on set with the caption, "They're back."   Popular guest stars Gwyneth and Kristin are returning for Glee's 100th episode The highly-anticipated 100th episode will see Jane Lynch's principal Sue Sylvester finally succeed in ending the Glee club in Lima after years of disdain for the New Directions and Will

  • The Voice: Bob Blakeley reduced to tears as he is offered recording contract live on air

    Scroll down to see the video He might have missed out on a spot in The Voice, but Bob Blakeley’s music dreams are still very much alive. The 55-year-old warehouse worker was reduced to tears when he was offered a contract with music producer Mike Batt live on air on Thursday.   Grandfather Bob was appearing on BBC Breakfast to talk about his experience on The Voice – all four judges failed to turn around despite his impressive rendition of Cry Me A River. During his interview, the studio did a live link-up to Mike, the man who discovered Katie Melua and wrote the