The famous line from The Terminator has beaten nine other famous sayings in a poll of the best catchphrase in film.
After Sam Bailey became the 10th winner of the X Factor, we look at how previous winners of the competition have fared in the industry.
Writers of the hit series Family Guy have left fans reeling for the second time after revealing that Brian has not been killed off.
He will team up with presenter Eamonn Holmes on a celebrity version of the show screened on ITV tomorrow, nine years after the pair first joined together to take part in the programme.
Also lined up to appear are former Westlife star Kian Egan and Olympic medallist Rebecca Adlington, both recently contestants on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! and former Countdown star Carol Vorderman who is paired with actress Caroline Quentin.
The Christmas special edition of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is to be screened by ITV at 9pm on Thursday.
Beyonce's latest album has become the fastest ever seller on iTunes with more than 800,000 downloads in its first three days, after its surprise release.
The self-titled album, the US superstar's fifth, was released out of the blue on Friday and includes 14 songs, 17 videos, and collaborations with husband Jay Z, Drake and Frank Ocean.
An Apple spokeswoman said the iTunes Store sold 828,773 albums in three days.
X Factor boss Simon Cowell has not spoken to this year's winner, Sam Bailey, but the singer said she hopes they meet up soon.
She said: "I've not spoken to him directly but he's sent a congratulations tweet and he is tapping in and ringing up people and just asking how I'm doing and has said he's really happy with things.
"I've not spoken to him directly but he's very busy as I am but we'll meet each other soon".After her win, Cowell tweeted to say "congratulations" and described her win as "well deserved".
After Sam Bailey's win last night X Factor bosses are hoping she will have the fastest turn around for her debut in the show's ten year history.
It is hoped it will be in the shops by the end of March.
Record bosses are hoping it will be ready for Mother's Day, on the final weekend of that month, to capitalise on her popularity following her win last night.
The star has now signed a deal with show boss Simon Cowell's company Syco as part of her prize for triumphing in the contest and she had already issued a digital version of her single Skyscraper.
"Sam, 36, will go into the recording studio next month to begin recording her debut album."The release date will be months ahead of the usual schedule for X Factor winners who have in recent years tended to opt for the autumn.
Singer Harry Styles has won a court order stopping the paparazzi from harassing him.
The 19-year-old One Direction star applied to the High Court as a last resort after trying to persuade a number of photographers to stop their behaviour voluntarily, said counsel David Sherborne.
He told Mrs Justice Nicola Davies, who first granted the order against the unidentified individuals: "This is not a privacy injunction. Mr Styles is not trying to prevent fans approaching him in the street and taking photos. He remains happy to do that, as he always has.
"Rather, it is the method or tactics which have been used by a certain type of photographer."
The injunction against "Paparazzi AAA and others" prevents them from pursuing the singer by car or motorcycle, placing him under surveillance, loitering or waiting within 50 metres of his place of residence to monitor his movements or take photos of him in such circumstances.
Oscar-winning actress Joan Fonatine died in her home in California yesterday morning, aged 96.
Fontaine found stardom playing naive wives in Alfred Hitchcock's Suspicion and Rebecca.
Staring beside Laurence Olivier as Maxim, Fontaine played the unsuspecting second wife in Rebecca in 1940, winning the first of her three Oscar nominations.
She then won an Oscar for best actress in 1941 for her performance in Hitchcock's Suspicion, beating sister and long-time competitor, Olivia de Havilland.
She married four times: actor Brian Aherne, film executive William Dozier, film producer Collin Hudson Young, and journalist Alfred Wright. She said once:
"You know, I've had a helluva life. Not just the acting part. I've flown in an international balloon race. I've piloted my own plane. I've ridden to the hounds. I've done a lot of exciting things."
She died yesterday morning in her home in Carmel, California, her longtime friend Noel Beutel said.