The prince and the pop princess?

Is Kylie Minogue finally lucky in love with a royal?

We know better than to always believe the rumour mill but we can't help but be intrigued by reports by an Australian magazine that the pop princess is dating none other than our very own Prince Andrew.

The publication has reported the royal contacted Kylie after she broke off her engagement with actor Joshua Sasse - and now the unlikely pair are said to be "inseparable"!

Princess Kylie? We can't help but hope this one is true!

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Britain's tears at Missing People Choir

Britain's Got Talent was back on the box over the weekend and there wasn't a dry eye in the house when The Missing People Choir took to the stage.

Made up of relatives of missing people, the choir got through to the next round after an emotional performance of their original song 'I Miss You'.

For more information on the choir and how to support them, click here.

Pixie's pop comeback!

I do have loads of empathy for the kids because I've been there doing auditions in the same shoes as them at that age - but I still do it now

– Pixie Lott

Former X Factor judge Pixie Lott joined us this morning to talk about being a coach on ITV's The Voice Kids and making a return to the music industry after her recent stint in Breakfast At Tiffanys in the West End.

Pixie's new single Baby saw her team up with DJ Anton Powers for an uplifting summery song. We can't wait to give it a listen!

Watch Pixie's new music video below!

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'It's about time' - Pearl Mackie on her joy at playing first openly gay Doctor Who companion

Pearl Mackie has told Good Morning Britain that it's "about time" Doctor Who had an openly gay companion.

Speaking exclusively to Richard Arnold about the upcoming tenth series of the cult television show, she said she’s pleased to be leading a new charge alongside Peter Capaldi’s Doctor.

She said: “I think arguably there have been lots of gay characters on Doctor Who previously. The terminology, ‘the official companion’ is why she’s the first gay companion. It’s the terminology of that that’s actually the first for Doctor Who. I mean, it’s about time isn’t it?”

Friends is back - on Broadway!

Eamonn Holmes may not have watched an episode in his life but we think many will be excited to hear this news about the most popular sitcom of the 1990s...

That's right, Friends is making a comeback - in musical form!

The stage show is set to open in New York, parodying the television series and featuring songs based on memorable lines such as We Were On A Break and Oh My God.

Richard Arnold tells us more, above.

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