• Claire Foy thinks people will forget her after Olivia Colman plays the Queen in The Crown

    Claire Foy has opened up about how her replacement as the Queen on The Crown, Olivia Colman, and how she is handling playing the title role of the popular Netflix show. Chatting on the Graham Norton Show, which will air on Saturday, she said: "It's been a year and half ago since we finished [The Crown]. I do miss everybody but it goes on. I hear amazing things. Olivia is loving it I think and is having an amazing time. I genuinely think that when it starts people will say, 'Who was it that played it before?'" David joined Claire

  • Doctor Who announces Christmas plans – and it's bad news for fans!

    Although Doctor Who has aired a special episode at Christmas for every year since it's reboot in 2005, the showrunner Chris Chibnall has confirmed that the current season won't have a Christmas special. But it's not all bad news! Instead of Christmas, a special one-off episode will instead be shown on New Year and will relate to the arrival of 2019. Speaking at the San Diego Comic Con, Chris said: "We seem to be filming 11 episodes, and it's only a series of 10. I would definitely think there's another episode after the end of the series." The episode will

  • Karen and Kevin Clifton's best friend joins Strictly rehearsals

    Karen Clifton and her dance partner Charles Venn are busy preparing for this week's Strictly Come Dancing, but it looks like she's brought in the help of one of her best friends - Betsy! The 36-year-old Venezuelan dancer has opened up before about how much she has relied on her dog Betsy - who she shares with soon-to-be ex-husband Kevin Clifton - since the pair announced their split in March. She regularly posts photos of her pooch pal on social media, and now it looks like Betsy has joined the Strictly studio with another cute canine friend to give

  • Christmas ads 2018: Watch the best released so far

    The Starbucks Christmas coffee cups are out, the shops are full of Christmas treats and advent calendars and some people are even writing their Xmas gift lists already – so it's no surprise that Britain's biggest retailers, from supermarkets to department stores and everything in between, are getting in on the festive action and launching their Christmas adverts for 2018 too. Christmas adverts have become a bit of phenomenon over the last few years, with brands competing to see who can produce the most hilarious one or the one that gets everyone weeping - John Lewis' 2011 Christmas advert, The