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'Grimsby Chums' film premieres in town

A film about the Grimsby Chums has had its premiere.They were first World World soldiers who volunteered to fight on the Western Front.

1D star makes Doncaster debut

One Direction's Louis Tomlinson made his professional football debut for Doncaster last night, delighting 5,000 fans with his cameo.

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Collabro admit they still can't believe they won Britain's Got Talent

Britain's Got Talent winners Collabro admit they are still struggling to believe they won the show. The singers, including Thomas Leak from Louth, only got together a month before their first audition and now hope to use their new fame to bring musical theatre songs to a younger audience.


Collabro win Britain's Got Talent

Collabro performed the song 'Stars' in the final. Credit: BGT

Musical theatre boy band Collabro are the winners of Britain's Got Talent after they finishing ahead of opera singer Lucky Kay and young rap duo Bars and Melody in tonight's final.

Vocal harmony group Jack Pack finished fourth, illusionist Darcy Oake came fifth and 15-year-old singer James Smith was sixth.

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Lincolnshire singer hoping to win public's heart in BGT

It has launched the careers of Diversity, Spelbound and of course Paul Potts but tomorrow night a singer from Lincolnshire will be hoping to add his name to the list as he competes in the final of Britain's Got Talent with his group Collabro.

Thomas Leak, from near Louth, performs with the theatre act group, who are among the bookies' favourites to win the competition, as Adam Fowler reports:


Jamie Oliver issues obesity challenge to Clegg

Jamie Oliver has challenged Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to make a personal commitment to reducing childhood obesity by 5% within five years.

The celebrity chef issued the challenge in a recorded message on the Lib Dem leader's Call Clegg radio show on LBC.

Clegg said that his pledge of free school meals for young pupils should help improve children's diets, but declined to commit himself to a particular target.

In his message, Oliver claimed anything less than 5% would be "morally wrong."

Asked if he would back the target, Clegg said, "Whether it's 5%, whether it's 7%, I can't pluck a percentage out of thin air. Maybe we should go for more than 5%."

JLS star goes back to school

Former JLS star JB Gill has gone back to college to inspire a new generation of music moguls.

JB was in Sheffield this afternoon to launch his new showbiz school - and a course which he helped design - to teach students about music management.

The two year course starts later this year - and JB himself - will be taking some of the lessons - as Michael Billington has found out.

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