Britain’s Got Talent
It’s the return of Britain’s Got Talent! For the 2014 series, Simon Cowell returns, joined by Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and loveable Little Britain star David Walliams!
I don’t think there’s anyone out there who DOESN’T love Oprah Winfrey. I mean, we sure do.
Well, we may have our very own UK version of Oprah joining the ranks, in the form of Britain’s Got Talent judge, Alesha Dixon.
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Alesha Dixon could be planning to leave her Britain’s Got Talent days behind her, as she jets off to launch a career in America in 2015.
Insiders have told The Sun that the mum of one is keen to crack the states and follow in the footsteps of British stars such as Len Goodman and Simon Cowell across the pond, but the move may mean that she has to leave the ITV show that helped make her such a household name in the UK.
Britain’s Got Talent star Paul Potts is set to perform live on Ideal World TV on Friday 5th December at 8pm, an event which makes him the first high-profile singer to ever perform on the channel.
In the show, Paul will perform an exclusive track from his new album, and he will be interviewed live on air. Read more & comment »
It’s been reported today that former Britain’s Got Talent star Susan Boyle is blissfully happy having met a prospective love interest in the form of an American doctor, but while speaking to The Sun about her new romance, Susan refused to reveal his name.
However, she did say, “It’s very early days so I don’t want to say any more about who he is right now.” Read more & comment »
Susan Boyle always likes to lend her celebrity status to help a good cause and tonight the Britain’s Got Talent star made an appearance on BBC One’s Children In Need.
We love it when the Scottish singer takes on a song that not’s typically from her repertoire and puts her own spin on it and tonight she did just that as she performed Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here on the live telethon.
Britain’s Got Talent: Remember Connie Talbot? Hear her beautiful Poppy Appeal cover of Alesso’s Heroes VIDEO
If you’re a fan of Britain’s Got Talent, you will probably remember that in 2007, the then 6-year-old Connie Talbot reached the final and there wasn’t a dry eye in any British house as she charmed the nation, and who can forget her emotional version of Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
The video of her performance went viral on YouTube – scoring over 145 million views – and though you may not have heard much about or from Connie in the intervening years, she has in fact released successful albums while of course keeping up with her school work… Read more & comment »
Former Britain’s Got Talent star Susan Boyle has revealed that she’s planning to adopt “an underprivileged child” in order to give the child everything that she herself never had while growing up.
Susan – who was only recently diagnosed as having Asperger’s syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder that affects language and behavioural development in children – revealed, “I’ve been considering it for about a year now… Read more & comment »