Clevedon's very own George Shelley from boyband Union J has emerged as the early favourite to win this year's 'I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here'.
The pop star spent his first night in the Australian jungle last night - his team took part in the first bush tucker challenge of the 15th series - and a spin of a wheel meant he was the first contestant to have a close encounter with the jungle's infamous critters.
If you missed it here's how he got on...and it's not for the squeamish.
More than twenty thousand people are expected in Swindon this evening as X-factor finalist Jahmene Douglas turns on his hometown's Christmas lights. Organisers are advising of heavy traffic throughout the day.
The three X Factor finalists switched on the Christmas Lights in Downing Street this evening. Swindon's Jahmene Douglas is gearing up for the finals this Saturday.
Boy band Union J have been knocked out of the semi-final on X Factor in a public vote but Jahmene Douglas is through to the final threeRead the full story ›
Don't forget to tune into X Factor tonight to see Jahmene Douglas from Swindon, and Clevedon's George Shelley take part in the semi-finals.
It's on ITV1 at 8pm, with the results show tomorrow at the same time.
George Shelley from Clevedon in North Somerset is part of the boyband Union J. And if they win through this weekend's semi-finals they will have a chance of claiming television''s top talent show prize. The band has become a favourite with schoolgirls.
And George's mum says her home has become beseiged with presents for her pop-star son. Robert Murphy reports
Swindon's Jaheme Douglas has thanked fans on Twitter for voting him through to the semi-finals of the X-Factor. The 21 year old made it through along with James Arthur, Union J and Gareth Maloney after viewers decided to send Rylan home.