The second Rooney son's rare name has left many guessing the inspiration. Can it really be a Liberian town, radio station or sports club?
Following the announcement that Dancing on Ice will finish after next year's series, we look back at the past winners of the show.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have told ITV's Daybreak that the popular show Dancing on Ice will finish after next year's series.
The singer Tulisa Contostavlos has tweeted that she "won't be part of the X Factor panel this year":
Her tweet continues: "Just wanted to let you all know that I won't be part of the X Factor panel this year.
"I've had a great time on the show, but this year it's time to do something different.
"I'd like to thank everyone on The X Factor for two amazing years. Stay tuned as I have a very exciting announcement soon!"
Open auditions for groups for the new series are taking place in London today.
Coleen Rooney has tweeted a picture of her second son Klay, who was born earlier today.
Eddie Braben, the man credited with the success of Morecambe and Wise, has died this morning.
One of the duo's most famous sketches featured newsreader Angela Rippon dancing with Ernie and Eric on a Christmas special in 1976, which was watched by 27 million viewers.
Comedian Miranda Hart has tweeted her tribute to Morecambe and Wise sketch writer Eddie Braben who died this morning at the age of 82:
Feel so privileged to have met Eddie Braben. One of our greatest comedy writers who brought joy to millions. Thank you Eddie.From @mermhart on Twitter:
Coleen Rooney's mother Colette Mcloughlin has arrived at Liverpool Women's Hospital to greet the family's new arrival.
Accompanied by Wayne and Coleen Rooney's now-eldest son, three-year-old Kai, she brought in balloons to celebrate the birth of Klay.
Sir Bruce Forsyth, who worked with Eddie Braben on Play Your Cards Right, has paid tribute to the "fantastic" sketch writer saying he will be "sorely missed":
– Sir Bruce Forsyth
This is sad news, it really is. He was a fantastic writer.
What he did for Eric (Morecambe) and Ernie (Wise) was incredible.
He was the third man of the comedy.
I wish I could have been doing the kind of shows he had written.
His jokes and style of writing will be sorely missed in the business.
The comedian and author David Baddiel has paid tribute to Eddie Braben, including a reference to the famous Morecambe and Wise sketch he wrote involving the conductor Andre Previn:
Eddie Braben: a man who, comically, played all the right notes, in the right order, all the time. RIP: and many thanks.From @Baddiel on Twitter: