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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini got into the festive spirit as she switched on the Christmas lights on London's Oxford Street
The X Factor judge - who looks set to claim her fifth number one single with I Don't Care on Sunday - was joined by chart-topping group Rixton and singer Jess Glynne at the event, hosted by the street's John Lewis store.
Thousands gathered to help count down to the moment when she hit the button, turning on a display featuring 750,000 lower-energy LED bulbs, strung along the length of the famous London street.
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London's longest running ice rink has returned to its iconic venue at Canary Wharf.
As the first real sign of Christmas, the outdoor ice rink opens today and will be available for people of all ages to enjoy until February 28, 2015.
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The creator and main character of hit US show 'Girls' has spoken out about her aim to end body fascism and create realistic and honest TV.Read the full story ›
It may have seemed like a good idea at the time. But Rita Ora is probably wishing she hadn't bothered promoting her new single on Twitter.
The singer said she would release her new single on Monday - but only if she got 100,000 retweets.
That should be pretty easy for a woman with close to 4 million followers.
But no. The singer from West London only managed around 2,000 retweets. So she deleted it.
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