Stereo Kicks are still very much an eight piece thank you very much (Picture: Thames/Syco/Corbis) Simon Cowell has launched a stinging attack on Louis Walsh over his suggestions that he might reduce Stereo Kicks to a six-piece, following their performance on X Factor’s movie night.
He’s not the best singer but he’s got something, right? (Picture: Corbis) This week in the X Factor 2014 live shows our theme was Saturday night at the movies – cue token Drifters track.
Stevi Ritchie (Picture: ITV) Stevi Ritchie’s performance was just pure joy to behold. Not least because immediately afterwards he told Mel he’d put a smile on her face.
Bad Clara holds the key (Picture: BBC) Er, what’s happened to Clara Oswald? She’s turned bad if the latest trailer for Doctor Who season eight episode Dark Water is anything to go by.
Jack Walton took on Eye Of The Tiger – and the X Factor judges weren’t sure she’d won (Picture: Thames/Syco/Corbis) Jack Walton may be emerging as an X Factor favourite – but the judges found themselves unable to agree over Jack Walton’s movie week performance.
Lola Saunders – The X Factor 2014 (Picture: Thames/Syco) Lola Saunders’ performance of There Can Be Miracles was hailed as ‘stunning’ by the judges, as the singer broke down mid song.
Doesn’t look too overwhelmed to us (Picture: BBC) He might be insisting they’re just good friends – but Darcey Bussell’s comments about Thom Evans and Iveta Lukosiute on Strictly will do little to dispel rumours they are an item.
A forest grows overnight in a low key episode of Doctor Who (Picture: BBC) Mankind wakes up one morning to discover that Earth’s surface has been overrun by trees in episode nine of Doctor Who series eight.
Benedict Cumberbatch: delectable, intellectual, quotable. Probably the idea of everyone’s perfect man, no?
Pixie Lott and Trent Whiddon (Picture: BBC) We’re down to twelve contestants in Strictly Come Dancing 2014 and those left produced a night of high class performances but Pixie Lott sits on top of the pile with a tutti frutti extravaganza of a samba that closed Saturday’s show.
Jake Wood’s quickstep was nothing if not energetic (Picture: BBC) Jake Wood’s bid for the Strictly Come Dancing 2014 crown is showing no signs of slowing down after he upped the pace with a breathless quickstep.
(Picture: Corbis) X Factor’s Simon Cowell ripped into Jake Quickenden and told him he can’t sing. Twitter concurred.
Jose Mourinho (left) may resort to underhand tactics to take out Angel Di Maria (right) (Pictures: Getty) Jose Mourinho has threatened to trip up Angel Di Maria if the Manchester United winger gets too close during Chelsea’s Premier League match at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Claudia’s batwing sleeves certainly attracted the attention of Strictly viewers (Picture: BBC) It might have taken a few weeks – but Claudia Winkleman has finally ditched those colourful Strictly dresses and opted for a little black number instead.
Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to flick Dani Alves with his boot (Picture: Vine) Cristiano Ronaldo ended Real Madrid’s El Clasico win over Barcelona on a rather sour note – after the Portuguese star seemingly attempted to kick out at Dani Alves.
(Picture: PA) Strictly Come Dancing’s Jake Wood has been wowing us with his wiggle in recent weeks, but Mark Wright has just brought his own wiggle and impressive shimmy to the floor.
It’s oddly ironic that Jake Wood should have been quickstepping round the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom to Elton John’s I’m Still Standing, given Bruno Tonioli’s connection with the track.
(Picture: BBC) Last week Strictly Come Dancing’s Craig Revel Horwood told Scott Mills ‘You are the exception to the rule that anyone can learn to dance.’ This week – he actually said something nice.
Straight faces please(Picture: Regina Police) Regina Crimestoppers in Canada suffered an indignity after a car formally used by the charity and still bearing its logo and contact details was stolen.
If Alan Midleton can remember 4,000 clocks, you can remember one (Picture: Newsteam) If this guy can remember to put 4,000 clocks back by one hour we’re sure you can remember to do one.