The 16-year-old singer from Gravesend in Kent was voted out of the ITV show last night after losing the sing-off to Luke Friend.
David Beckham has told ITV News that he is amazed how football has transformed his life, and was proud to be a dad.
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Harry Styles joined David Beckham at the premiere of 'The Class of 92' last night - a feature-length documentary which focuses on Manchester United's youth players from 1992. After meeting Beckham, the One Direction singer described him as "everyone's idol".
Ahead of the premiere, David Beckham told ITV News he was amazed at how football had transformed his life, but his proudest achievement was becoming a dad. Watch the interview in full here.
Singer Paloma Faith is making her bid for album cover artwork to be recognised by organising an exhibition celebrating pop art.
The exhibition will display limited edition and critically acclaimed images by photographers David Standish and Finlay Mackay, and live photography by Saul.
The collection is to be displayed at The Gallery in Redchurch Street from the November 28 to December 1.
For the first time in 40 years, Poplar-born actress Angela Lansbury is to appear on the London stage in a new production of Noel Coward' Blithe Spirit.
The 88-year-old will reprise the role of Madame Arcati, which she first played on Broadway in 2009, winning a Tony Award.
She told the Daily Mail: "You could say it’s my last chance...It isn’t! But you could say that. After all, I am 88 — in my 89th year now. But I’ve got many more years left. I do believe that".
Blithe Spirit will begin a 15-week run at the Gielgud Theatre on March 1, with an official opening night set for March 18.
While the former Spice girl has become a fashion icon in her own right, Victoria Beckham's gold and diamond wedding tiara will be on display later today before it is sold at auction.
Auction house Bonhams is to hold an upcoming fine jewellery sale where the jewellery is expected to fetch up to £25,000.
Two ice sculptors have carved the most famous buildings in the capital from a huge block of ice. The sculpture next the London Eye Skate rink launched the Frostival festival, and took twelve hours to create.
Singer and former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos has been interviewed by police investigating an alleged assault at a music festival.
The N-Dubz singer issued a statement earlier this year denying accusations that she assaulted a blogger at V Festival in Chelmsford, Essex, but police have continued to investigate the incident.
Tulisa went voluntarily to an interview at a police station in Chelmsford today. Essex Police spokeswoman said:
"Officers are investigating an allegation of assault that is said to have occurred at the V Festival this year. Two people attended voluntary interviews today. Nobody has been arrested and inquiries are continuing."
The five surviving members of the Monty Python comedy team have announced five more shows in London next year, after the first five shows sold out within an hour.
- Tuesday, July 15
- Wednesday, July 16
- Friday, July 18
- Saturday, July 19
- Sunday, July 20
The show, in the O2 Arena, will be the first time since the Hollywood Bowl in 1980 that the troupe have performed together.
Tickets for the additional shows go on sale on Friday morning.
The Sun's showbiz editor Dan Wootton tweets the Monty Python announced five more reunion shows next year, bringing the total number of performances to 10.
Monty Python announce five more reunion shows at the 02 Arena next July taking the total to ten after massive demand for tickets.
The Pythons sold out their first show in 43.5 seconds. Tickets for the further four shows were gone within an hour.
Python star Eric Idle said: "It's totally amazing. I don't think we realised quite how much Python is loved round the world. We look forward to paying off Terry Jones' mortgage soon."
The veteran comedy troupe - John Cleese, Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones - announced they were getting back together last week.