• I'm A Celebrity's Harry Redknapp's son Jamie wants him to leave jungle for this emotional reason

    I'm A Celebrity's Harry Redknapp has been proving his popularity in the jungle, and has settled in nicely to camp life, even completing a gruesome Bushtucker Trial on Saturday night to win stars for his new friends. But there is one viewer at home who is keen for the former football manager to leave, and that's his son Jamie Redknapp! The footballer wants his dad to be reunited with his mum, Sandra, because she misses him. He told the Mirror: "I'm going to try and vote him out. I want to get him to come home and see my

  • Sarah Ferguson makes surprise appearance on X Factor as she offers to adopt Dalton Harris

    X Factor star Dalton Harris has had a very exciting week, which saw him perform at Kensington Palace on Wednesday night in front of Sarah Ferguson to mark the tenth anniversary of her charity Street Child. And Sarah was so impressed with Dalton – who was left homeless at the age of 15 - that she even offered to adopt him! Their emotional encounter was shown during Saturday night's X Factor, where Sarah told Dalton: "Goodness me I think the world got lucky to have you, I need to adopt you immediately." Dalton also reflected on the special evening

  • Brendan Cole on Strictly: Three fantastic numbers but a Blackpool hangover

    On a rare Saturday night off, I was able to watch Strictly Come Dancing live with my family (and dance to every song with my daughter – I'm her dance partner and Zoe has to score us). I have to say I, like many others on social media and on the odd forum was rather unsatisfied with the whole show especially the farcical "Lindy-a-thon" where the head judge read out the wrong result leaving no jeopardy. Why they needed an iPad to tell them the result that the four of them had just decided on we, the viewer, will

  • Strictly Come Dancing's Graeme Swann reveals big change

    Strictly Come Dancing is heating up as the competition gets more fierce, and all the contestants have everything to play for as the show's final gets that bit nearer. And ahead of Graeme Swann's performance on Saturday night, which saw him only manage to score 24 points from the judges, the former cricketer revealed that he has made a big change to the way he views the competition. While he took the show's role as the comedy act at the beginning, Graeme is now wanting to put everything he can into the contest. Talking on It Takes Two, Graeme

  • Exclusive: Shirley Ballas opens up about who could win this year's Strictly

    In an exclusive interview and photoshoot with HELLO! magazine, Strictly Come Dancing's Shirley Ballas has said she is so content with her role as head judge on the hit show that she would consider moving back to the UK. She is currently renovating a home she owns in south London to give herself a permanent base in the country where she was born. "I am in the middle of a seven-month renovation of my Dulwich house," she explains. "I will have that as my base here now and am looking forward to that. I would love to settle over

  • Fans shocked as Ashley Roberts faces Strictly Come Dancing dance-off

    Ashley Roberts and dance partner Pasha Kovalev found themselves in the dreaded dance-off on Sunday night's Strictly Come Dancing, but the judges chose to save them, which meant that Graeme Swann and Oti Mabuse had to say goodbye to the competition. Ashley, who has been a favourite to win throughout the competition, faced her first round of harsh criticism from the judges on the previous night, which resulted in her being third on the leaderboard. After performing the Samba, Craig Revel Horwood called it "staccato" while Dame Darcey Bussell said: "I would have loved a bit more bounce, a

  • Robbie Williams and Ayda Field to appear on I'm A Celebrity

    Fans of X Factor and I'm a Celebrity are in for a special treat on Sunday night, as Robbie Williams and Ayda Field will make an appearance in the jungle. According to the Mirror, the bushtucker trial will take on an X Factor theme and is aptly called 'The Jungle X Factor,' which will involve rounds including The Sting Off; The Sick Chair Challenge; Judges Critter-cism and Dread-lock. The trial will also feature special appearances from judges Ayda and Robbie, and host Dermot O'Leary, who will video call from comfort of their Park Royal studio. Eight contestants will take