Cambridgeshire's Sam Smith has scored a second number one album with 'The Thrill Of It All'.
The album debuted at the top of the charts selling nearly 100,000 copies in the week following its release.
My heart is so full and happy with this news. Thank you to every single person who has got The Thrill Of It All - this is a dream come true for me, thank you.
Sam Smith's debut album 'In The Lonely Hour' was a number one hit in 2014.
That has also enjoyed a surge in the charts this week due to his second album's popularity, and is now at number 15 for its 114th week in the top 40.
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Fashion guru Gok Wan has opened up about his struggles with eating disorders and depression in his new show.
The stylist and TV presenter has started his UK tour, Naked and Baring All, at the Playhouse in Norwich.
ITV News Anglia's Becky Jago saw the show and then had a chat with Gok about how it all went. Watch the full interview below.
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When their big act phoned in sick just before his performance, organisers of a church concert in Maldon in Essex thought they were going to have to disappoint the packed audience.
But, hearing of their dilemma, up stepped their painter and decorator John Pierce. A bit of a risk? Not at all!
John wowed the audience with his performance - so much so, they have asked him back for an encore next year.