The stars taking part in the very last series of Dancing On Ice have been revealed.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has spoken to ITV News at the memorial service for her "honorary grandfather" Nelson Mandela.
Westlife singer Kian Egan has been crowned king of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!.
The three X Factor finalists have been getting into the Christmas mood by recording a version of Wizzard's hit 'I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday'.
Luke Friend, Sam Bailey and Nicholas McDonald donned Christmas jumpers and were accompanied by acoustic band The Chaps on guitar, ukelele and a glockenspiel.
Watch the X Factor Grand Final on Saturday 14th December at 8pm
Rock band Slade have topped the list of earners this Christmas as their 1973 hit 'Merry Xmas Everybody' rakes in hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Prezzybox.com compiled the list based on data from the Performing Right Society, which collects royalties for artists when their songs are played in public.
The top five Christmas earners for 2013 are as follows:
1) Slade, Merry Xmas Everybody - £512,000
2) The Pogues, Fairytale of New York - £386,270
3) Mariah Carey, All I Want For Christmas Is You - £347,615
4) Wham!, Last Christmas - £301,622
5) Cliff Richard, Mistletoe & Wine - £98,408
Kate Winslet is "doing great" after giving birth to a baby boy on Saturday, according to a spokeswoman for the star.
The actress had the baby, her first child with new husband Ned RocknRoll, at an NHS hospital in Sussex. A spokeswoman said: "Mother and baby are doing great."
The actress married Mr RocknRoll, the nephew of Virgin tycoon Sir Richard Branson, in New York last December, almost 18 months after they met.
She has two children from her two previous marriages.
Actress Kate Winslet and her husband Ned Rocknroll are celebrating following the birth of their first child together - a baby boy.
Winslet and Rocknroll - the nephew of Virgin tycoon Richard Branson, welcomed a nine-pound boy into the world at a hospital in Sussex.
A spokesman for the actress told The Daily Mirror: "Mother and baby are doing great."
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is likely to have raised the ire of Liverpudlians yet again after claiming it was London, not Liverpool, that propelled The Beatles to worldwide fame.
"The greatest band in the world came from Liverpool, but in the end they recorded their stuff in London and it was London that helped propel them around the world," Johnson said during a speech at the London School of Economics entitled "London, the gateway to Britain."
Mr Johnson has been forced to apologise to the people of Liverpool in the past after suggesting Liverpool football fans were partly to blame for the Hillsborough disaster and claiming locals "wallow" in their "victim status", following the murder of contractor Ken Bigley in Iraq.
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna, comedian Dom Joly, journalist Jane Moore and presenter Julia Bradbury are guests on tonight's Agenda.
You can watch The Agenda with Tom Bradby on ITV at 10.35pm
Westlife's Kian Egan has been crowned King of the Jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of here.