Radiohead confirmed for Glastonbury 2017

The grass has barely recovered from this year's Glastonbury, but organisers have already confirmed that Radiohead will be one of the headline acts at the festival in 2017.

The band are the first headliners to be announced for next year, and will take to the Pyramid Stage on Friday, June 23.

It will be Radiohead's third time headlining the iconic festival following appearances in 1997 and 2003.

This year's headliners at Worthy Farm included Adele, New Order and Coldplay. The full festival line-up is expected to be announced early next year.

Who's meeting their demise in the Dales?

There's a rumour that a character dies - there's at least one character that I know of

– Uh-oh, looks like things are going to get ugly in the Dales according to Jonathan Wrather!

Could we be about to see the end of Paddy Kirk at the hands of the fiery Pierce Harris in Emmerdale this week?

As Pierce's jealousy over Rhona reaches overdrive, a grim opportunity to get rid of his love rival presents itself, with potentially devastating circumstances...

We speak to Dominic Brunt (Paddy) and Jonathan Wrather (Pierce) to find out more.

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The Voice UK has landed

The Voice is back and with it a sparkling new panel of mentors including Jennifer Hudson, Will.i.Am, Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale. We sent Richard Arnold to the press night for the Blind Auditions to catch up with them all as well as the show's presenter Emma Willis, who admitted she had to "work her tush off" to get in shape after baby number three!

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It's former Jungle royalty... plus Chris Ramsey!

In England I can't even drink Calpol - but out there I'll drink anything!

– Joe Swash

We had quite the crowd in the studio this morning, in the form of former Jungle Queens Stacey Solomon and Vicky Pattison, Jungle King Joe Swash and comedian Chris Ramsey (who hasn't been on the show but is clearly in the line-up for his comedic talent, Piers!).

The foursome joined us to tell us about their new I'm A Celeb... Extra Camp show, spilling on the worst thing they ever ate in the Jungle, how their lives have changed since being in there (trust Piers to not know Stacey and Joe are a couple) and, rather unexpectedly, their predictions for the US election.

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Justin Timberlake: 'Susanna's my hot grandmother!'

I can retire now!

– Susanna Reid

Susanna Reid has been getting her acting chops on with a cameo role in new movie Trolls - in which she provides the voice of the grandmother of the main character, voiced by Justin Timberlake.

However, the singer and actor couldn't believe it when we showed him a picture of Susanna, claiming she's far too young to be his grandma - and even went as far as calling her "hot"!

Watch Susanna getting into her role as well as Justin's reaction alongside his costar Anna Kendrick in the video above!

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Emmerdale set visit ahead of 'biggest week in show's history'

There's a death looming in Emmerdale and the cast are bracing themselves for what has been billed as one of the biggest weeks since the show went on air.

Richard Arnold caught up with John Middleton and Zoe Henry, who play Ashley and Rhona on the hit ITV series to talk about events which will air next week.

John revealed that the stunts in store for fans of the show are some of the most extraordinary he has seen in his twenty years working on the programme. One huge character will have a dramatic exit in next weeks episodes, but no-one yet knows who.

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JK Rowling confirms five spin offs at Fantastic Beasts screening

JK Rowling has announced that there will be five new Fantastic Beasts movies.
Speaking at a special screening of the film in London last night, she said: "We always knew it was going to be more than one movie, so we are pretty sure it's going to be five movies."

Actor Eddie Redmayne also attended the screening and revealed he's juggling fatherhood and acting. He's also feeling some pressure from Harry Potter's legacy to deliver in his new role in the prequel.

"All of us were fans of the Potter films, so if you are a fan, you are your own harshest critic," he told us.

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