There was an unexpected twist for one of the acts in the final of Britain's Got Talent on Saturday night in front of millions of viewers.
It's the Britain's Got Talent final tonight, with 11 contenders competing for the chance to perform at the Royal Variety Show.
Theatre act Attraction and singer Jordan O'Keefe yesterday became the last two acts to get through to the final of Britain's Got Talent.
ITV have agreed a new three-year-deal to broadcast The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent.
The agreement extends ITV's long-running relationship with Simon Cowell until the end of 2016.
Britain’s Got Talent will return to ITV next Spring for an eighth series, with the eleventh series of The X Factor following in the Autumn.
Cowell said he was "thrilled" with the news, and that there were "exciting new plans" to take the popular shows to the next level.
James Corden said he "wasn't offended" that his singing is dubbed in his latest movie One Chance.
Corden, who plays mobile phone salesman turned Britain's Got Talent winner Paul Potts, said he even took singing lessons in a bid to get his voice in the film - but the director had other ideas.
Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon has described her newborn baby as "the best present in the world".
To mark her own 35th birthday, the former Strictly Come Dancing judge tweeted that she is "elated and over-the-moon" after becoming a mum.
Dixon tweeted: "It seems quick because I was hiding it for so long!!! I was in my six month of pregnancy at the Britain's Got Talent final! :) xxx"
David Walliams is to provide the voice of Pudsey the dog in a forthcoming film about the Britain's Got Talent winner.
"I am thrilled to be providing the voice of Pudsey. I have been coming up with different voices for him ever since that first audition," said Walliams.
Walliams is no stranger to voicework, having appeared in The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian and new animated movie Justin And The Knights Of Valour.
Pudsey: The Movie, which is being co-produced by Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment, is being directed by Nick Moore, who was behind Horrid Henry: The Movie and it will also star Jessica Hynes, John Sessions and Luke Tittensor.
Producers said the film features Pudsey as a stray who is taken in by a family and goes on to save a sleepy village from an evil plan.
A six-week shoot began at the weekend and the film is due for release in May.
Singing brothers Richard and Adam have become the first act to spend four consecutive weeks at the top of the albums chart this year.
The Britain's Got Talent stars, who finished third in this year's ITV series, held on to the number one spot with their debut The Impossible Dream, selling just 2,000 more copies than their nearest rival.
The duo, from Holywell, North Wales, narrowly held off competition from East London collective Rudimental who remain at number two with their debut album, Home.
The woman who hurled eggs at Simon Cowell during the final of Britain's Got Talent "acted entirely alone", the other members of her rock string quartet have said.
The Raven Quartet took to Twitter this morning to reiterate that Natalie Holt's actions were never discussed with the group or their manager:
Natalie’s decision to do what she did on Saturday eve was never discussed with the group or our manager; she acted entirely alone. We’d …..
…never condone such a disturbance & think Richard & Adam did a brilliant job of carrying on their performance under the circumstances.
The winners of Britain's Got Talent showed Daybreak some of the secrets behind their mastery of shadow dancing.
Attraction founder Zoltan Scuzs said they had hardly slept since their win on Saturday night:
The leader of shadow dance troupe Attraction - the winner of this year's Britain's Got Talent - has attacked the woman who threw eggs at Simon Cowell during the final.
Zoltan Scuzs told The Sun newspaper that Natalie Holt spoiled the group's big moment when she did something "stupid".
He said: "It was not good. We picked up the papers and there was a big article about this girl throwing eggs and just one line on Attraction.
"What she did was stupid and we are not happy about it".
The woman who threw eggs at Simon Cowell during the final of Britain's Got Talent said she did it in protest against his "dreadful influence" on the music industry.
Viola player Natalie Holt was watched by an audience of more than 13 million people when she ran to the front of the stage on Saturday and hurled the eggs during a performance by Welsh brothers Richard and Adam.
Speaking to The Sun, Holt, who was part of the orchestra for the brothers' song, said, "I took a stand against people miming on television and against Simon and his dreadful influence on the music industry".
Her mother Patricia told the newspaper she "was in shock" when she saw her daughter on television throwing the eggs, but added, “Simon Cowell does monopolise music. Apparently he’d been on Twitter saying he doesn’t like eggs so I think maybe she was reacting to that”.
More than 13 million people watched the Britain's Got Talent live final last night, which saw Simon Cowell get pelted with eggs by a suspected former reject, ITV said today.
The show, won by Hungarian shadow dance troupe Attraction, was watched by a peak audience of 13.1 million, with an average of 11.1 million viewers across the two-and-a-half show, the broadcaster said.
The viewers saw Natalie Holt, 30, a member of Welsh singing brothers Richard and Adam Johnson backing group, rush to the front of the stage during their performance throw eggs at the judges.