As she releases her second album, the unfiltered pop star talks dealing with depression, micro-dosing magic mushrooms and how queer trauma intensifies LGBTQ+ relationships The moment that King Princess appears on video, she wants to talk about her new goldfish. “It doesn’t have a dorsal fin – it’s so weird,” she says with tender mockery.
RIVER City fans are all saying the same thing after the show was pulled off-air. The Scots soap was launched in 2002 and follows the ups and downs of resident in Shieldinch - a fictional shipbuilding district in the west end of Glasgow. Over the years the popular BBC drama has tackled a string of gritty storylines including drug addiction, mental health, rape and murder.
Hundreds of auditions have taken place on the famous Britain's Got Talent stage over the years and although some acts have been impressive, others have failed to hit the mark ITV's Britain's Got Talent has been entertaining viewers across the nation since it first launched in June 2007.
The siblings fell out and lost contact after ugly rumours tore their family apart - but years later, they had an emotional reunion that helped to mend their relationship recently let bygones be bygones with her brother Gerry, after they had a well publicised spat over a large financial sum.
The Britain's Got Talent semi finals get going on Monday night and each will feature a Golden Buzzer act Britain's Got Talent's semi finals start on Monday night and each one of them will feature a Golden Buzzer act from this year. While not a thing back in the days when the likes of Paul Potts, Susan Boyle and Diversity shot to fame on the ITV show, Golden Buzzers have been an unpredictable part of BGT for years now, with each judge and presenters Ant and Dec having the chance to put through an audition act straight through to the semis.
LIVE semi-finals are back on Britain's Got Talent for the first time in two years. Fans of the show which produced stars such as Diversity, Susan Boyle and Paul Potts, will be eager to see who made it to the first live semis since the pandemic.
Fans of the ITV talent show are convinced that they have found the winner of the competition after the Sheffield busker's emotional performance on Saturday night Fans of Britain's Got Talent are convinced they have found the winner of the hit talent show. Taking to the stage on Saturday (May 21), shy Maxwell Thorpe seriously impressed viewers, with many labelling it a "Susan Boyle moment".
Sheffield busker Maxwell Thorpe wowed viewers with his 'incredible' performance Britain's Got Talent fans think they've spotted the ITV talent show's next winner. Viewers were seriously impressed by Maxwell Thorpe, an opera singing busker from Sheffield, with many labelling his performance a "Susan Boyle moment".
Britain's Got Talent: Shy Sheffield busker Maxwell Thorpe hailed as 'next Paul Potts or Susan Boyle'
Viewers were left astonished by the Maxwell's 'God given talent' A shy Sheffield busker wowed viewers tuning in to Britain's Got Talent, hailing him the next 'Paul Potts or Susan Boyle' with 'God given talent'. Maxwell Thorpe, 32, performed the opera classic Caruso as the final act on Saturday's episode of the ITV primetime talent show.
From Bars and Melody and Shaheen Jafargholi to Susan Boyle and Paul Potts, the hit TV show has launched the careers of many talented individuals Britain's Got Talent has been running for 15 years and since it began, it has been a window of opportunity for singers, comedians, impressionists, daredevils and even animals.
Diversity member Perri Kiely was dared to wear a Sunderland top outside Newcastle United's ground St James' Park Diversity Perri Kiely was a very brave man earlier this week as he wore a Sunderland top in the heart of Newcastle, after taking on a very risky dare and bearing the brunt of Geordies' very vocal reactions.
Britain's Got Talent star Charlotte Jaconell looks very different, ten years after appearing on the popular ITV talent contest, during which, the pair were announced as the runners up Britain's Got Talent's Charlotte Jaconell looks completely unrecognisable 10 years after finding fame. The ITV talent show has returned with a bang this year, with golden buzzers, amazing acts and millions of people being entertained by the best the country has to offer.
Hollie Steel appeared on the show's third series in 2009, where she claims song choices are fixed due to bosses making her sing Eidelweiss from The Sound of Music A former Britain's Got Talent contestant has slammed the show and described it as 'fixed', after she finished in sixth place.
in 2009 on ITV talent show Britain's Got Talent Former Britain’s Got Talent child star Hollie Steele has claimed that the hit ITV show’s “song choices are fixed” and that they “didn’t want me to win”. Hollie stole the hearts of the nation as a sweet ten year old in 2009, when she stunned judge Simon Cowell with her pitch-perfect performance of Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again from Phantom of the Opera.
Simon Cowell admits he is no longer looking for successful music acts on Britain’s Got Talent, just singers he likes
SIMON Cowell says that no longer owning a record label has changed how he approaches Britain’s Got Talent. The music mogul’s agency Syco represented huge acts like Little Mix, Leona Lewis and Susan Boyle before he downsized the operation earlier this year to spend more time with his family and focus on TV work.
Lagi Demetriou was 13 when he appeared on ITV's Britain's Got Talent Britain's Got Talent child star Lagi Demetriou, who shot to fame as one half of the iconic Greek dance duo Stavros Flatley, has now had a child of his own. Lagi was just 13 when he appeared on the ITV talent show with his dad Demi in 2009.
Paul Potts rose to fame when he stepped onto the BGT stage in 2007 and stunned Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan with his rendition of Nessun Dorma Britain's Got Talent is back on our screens, with the nation watching 15 winners been crowned champion since it launched in 2007.
The judges and studio audience, as well as the viewers at home, were left gobsmacked following her haunting performance of I Dreamed a Dream from the hit musical Les Misérables. Susan Boyle is by the far the biggest name to emerge from Simon Cowell's hit TV show Britain's Got Talent.