Does this dog look like a diva to you?
Ashleigh and pet Pudsey shot to fame in 2012 after winning Britain's Got Talent. This week, Pudsey the Dog: The Movie is out.
Britain's Got Talent stars Ashleigh and Pudsey from Northamptonshire paid a quick visit to ITV News Central this afternoon, following the premiere of their new movie which is out this week.
Pudsey was the perfect interviewee as our presenters Sameena and Bob asked them about the film for our programme. Here we find out if there's anything Ashleigh can't teach Pudsey to do.
Britain's Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey are back and their film about the talented trick-performing pooch is out this week.
The Northamptonshire based pair won the ITV talent show in 2012, after impressing the judges.
Pudsey The Dog: The Movie is out in cinemas on Friday.
David Walliams provides Pudsey's voice in the film.
Nottingham-born singer Lucy Kay is through to the final of ITV's Britain's Got Talent.
Opera singer Lucy came out top of the public vote.
All four of the judges were on their feet during Lucy's song with Simon saying it was a "great, great performance."
On hearing she was in the final, Lucy said: "It's overwhelming. My gosh thank you so much. There were some amazing acts. I didn't think I'd be one of them."
A dance crew from Leicester have made it through to the final of this year's Britain's Got Talent.
The Addict Initiative, made up of 26 dancers aged between 17 and 31, came second in the public vote, and will compete in the final on June 7.
Watch them in action here:
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They won deep praise from the judges, with Simon Cowell comparing them to 2009 winners Diversity.
And Amanda Holden told them:
You are like the Grimm's Fairy Tales of dance. I would pay to come and see you.
All you need to know about the Midland acts fighting it out for a spot in the BGT grand final.Read the full story ›
With the semi-finalists of Britain's Got Talent announced tonight, the competition to be crowned the 2014 winner is about to get serious.
Among the 45 acts remaining from the hundreds of auditions is 79-year-old Paddy Jones, from Stourbridge.
The retired great-grandmother is one half of salsa dance duo 'Paddy and Nico' and will compete for the £250,000 prize and the opportunity to entertain royalty - at the Royal Variety Performance.
Now living in Spain, she joined Nico's dance academy where she started dance classes and just a year later they teamed up to begin their acrobatic salsa act.
The pensioner astonished the celebrity judges in her audition - where her feet barely touched the ground - with Amanda Holden pressing her golden buzzer to put her directly into the semi-finals and describing her as 'inspirational'.
The first live show starts tomorrow night at 7.30pm on ITV.
Tonight on Britain's Got Talent you can see what happened when Kieran and Sarah from Birmingham auditioned in front of the BGT Judges.
Simon isn’t happy with Kieran and Sarah’s song choice for their audition – he says he hates Love Changes Everything.
You can see what the Judges thought tonight on ITV at 7pm.
Let's hope Simon liked the song in the end!
A singer originally from Nottingham has made it through to the next round of 'Britain's Got Talent', after wowing the show's judges.
Lucy Kay got four 'yeses' from the panel for her Vissi d'arte.
The 24-year-old is now a student in Glasgow.
Simon Cowell had a near miss after volunteering to take part in a knife-throwing act which went wrong during a "Britain's Got Talent" audition in Birmingham.
The boss of the show offered to take part as an 11 year-old contestant's assistant during a heat at the weekend.
The former-X Factor judge stood against a wooden board as the knives were thrown.
The first comfortably missed his body but the second nearly hit the media mogul's shoulder, bouncing off the board and hitting the floor.
Cowell chose to retire after that and shook the boy's hand before leaving the stage.
Fellow judge, Amanda Holden, told the boy, called Edward, "You nearly killed Simon!"
Fellow panellist, David Walliams, added "How much would I have to pay you to throw the knife a little bit nearer?"