Actress Lindsay Lohan has tweeted a video message to the people of Kettering letting them know she's unable to turn on the town's Christmas lights.
Logan originally agreed to travel to the Northamptonshire town after implying nobody heard of it.
The town's Conservative MP Philip Hollobone then invited Lohan "to switch on the Christmas lights ... thus redeeming her political reputation and raising money for good causes".
But due to her busy schedule, she has now declined the offer and has been replaced by former Eastenders actress Cheryl Fergison.
Hey everyone in Kettering. I really wanted to make it there to light the tree, but with my busy schedule I wasn't able to. I appreciate the offer.
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One of the most famous dinosaurs in the world is on the march to Norwich.
Dippy the Diplodocus is seen by millions of people every year in the central hall of the Natural History Museum in London.
The 70ft plaster-cast sauropod replica has been on display there since 1979 but sets off next year on a national tour to seven towns and cities ending up at Norwich Cathedral in 2020.
We wanted Dippy to visit unusual locations so he can draw in people that may not traditionally visit a museum. Making iconic items accessible to as many people as possible is at the heart of what museums give to the nation, so we have ensured that Dippy will still be free to view at all tour venues.
Dippy will spend at least four to six months at each location because he will have to be taken apart and reconstructed at every stop on the tour. A total of 1.5 million people are expected to see him.
The replica dinosaur was cast from original fossil bones discovered in the US in 1898.
A Colchester games designer has joined Inbetweeeners star Simon Bird and comedian and writer Sharon Horgan to launch a new marketing campaign for the creative industries in England.
Steven Huckle, who founded Shark Infested Custard, is helping Creative England, launches its first ever marketing campaign to promote the importance of film and TV, games and technology companies to the economy.
Lindsay Lohan will no longer be switching on Kettering town's Christmas lights - after she pledged to do the job then failed to respond.Read the full story ›
Good news for Take That fans in our region, a second date's been added at Carrow Road in Norwich for their Wonderland tour.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 4th November at 9.30am for their performance on Thursday 15th of June.
The band will now perform two nights back to back in Norwich, with tickets for the 16th of June going on sale a week ago.
More than 30,000 people will fill the stadium each night with the 90s group All Saints as the support act.
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Cambridgeshire Fire Service wins this year's award for "most memorable Halloween warning video" - with this take on Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Black Watch donned some blood-stained uniforms and zombie masks to urge people not to buy cheap fancy dress costumes that could easily ignite.
They also offer a few more handy hints - and some impressive dance moves.