Hundreds of fans of the boy-band One Direction have been queueing in the snow for the opening of a megastore devoted to their idols.
Justin Bieber has thanked One Direction members Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik for their support after his "rough week" in London.
The boyband is being measured up by Madame Tussauds for a tour like never before.
After Batman appeared to hand in a suspect at a Bradford police station speculation about the identity of the Caped Crusader has run wild - with suspicion even falling on local MP George Galloway - Ladbrokes has now released odds on some likely suspects.
Possible Batmans include:
- Illusionist Dynamo 5/1
- Former Bradford striker Dean Windass 6/1
- Gardener and TV presenter Alan Titchmarsh 8/1
- Kaiser Chiefs singer Ricky Wilson 10/1
- Former Bradford midfielder Stuart McCall 20/1
- Supermarket boss Sir Kenneth Morrison 33/1
- Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley 40/1
- One Direction's Zayn Malik 50/1
The odds that 'Batman' will hand over another criminal suspect to West Yorkshire Police before the end of 2013 are good, standing at 3/1.
It looks like there is slightly less chance of the Boy Wonder accompanying Batman next time, as the odds of 'Robin' appearing in handing over another criminal suspect to West Yorkshire police before the end of 2013 are 5/1.
One Direction's Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne spoke to ITV News on the red carpet at the Brit Awards.
They said they are "very grateful" to their fans for their success and "so excited" to perform their Comic Relief single, a cover of Blondie's One Way Or Another tonight.
The band - who are up for for best British group - also said their money is on Mumford & Sons to win the category.
Watch the Brit Awards live on ITV at 8pm.
David Cameron will make his latest Comic Relief appearance by starring in a music video with teen heart-throbs One Direction, a spokesman for the charity said.
Mr Cameron has followed in the footsteps of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown in getting involved in the fundraiser, which has raised £800 million since 1985 to help alleviate poverty.
He appears in the official video for One Direction's official Comic Relief single, a cover version medley of Blondie's One Way or Another and the Undertones' Teenage Kicks.
"Yes, he is in it," the spokesman said, but was unable to say what his role included.
The Prime Minister did not appear in clips from the video shown during Saturday's Let's Dance for Comic Relief.