By Admin, 21-May-2013 15:12:00
As the live semi-finals start next week, Britain’s Got Talent today announce some of the stellar guest performers that will take to the stage each night whilst the nervous BGT acts await the voting results.
Confirmed guest performers in the highly coveted slot include multi-talented superstar Jennifer Lopez, who will be making her UK comeback with latest track Live It Up, esteemed British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding performing a medley of her recent releases Explosions and Anything Can Happen, America’s sweetheart Demi Lovato with her new single Heart Attack and pop heartthrob Olly Murs singing his album title track Right Here Right Now. Plus last year’s winners Ashleigh and Pudsey will be making an unmissable appearance.
Britain’s Got Talent live semi-finals start on Monday 27th May from 7.30pm-9pm, with the results show at 9.30pm. They are then stripped across the week on Tuesday 28th May, Thursday 30th May, Friday 31st May and Saturday 1st June. Each night will see nine of our final 45 acts perform live in the hope of winning the public vote. The guest performances will take place during the results show, as the votes are counted and the Britain’s Got Talent acts wait to discover which of them will make it through to the final. The act with the highest number of public votes will automatically go through to the live grand final and the two runners-up will then face the judges who will pick their favourite to accompany them.
The live final is on Saturday 8th June, when it will be revealed which act viewers have picked to win a life changing £250,000 and a spot at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
Britain’s Got Talent’s live semi-finals are on Monday 27th, Tuesday 28th, Thursday 30th, Friday 31st May and Saturday 1st June on ITV. The live final is on Saturday 8th June on ITV.
By Admin, 21-May-2013 05:30:00
Simon Cowell will be surrounded by women when THE X FACTOR returns for its third season this fall on FOX. Grammy Award-winning artist Kelly Rowland and international pop star Paulina Rubio join him and Demi Lovato as judges on the hit singing competition series.
Simon Cowell said today, “It’s taken more than a decade but I’m delighted to finally be on a panel with three girls (I think!). Paulina and Kelly both have great taste and massive experience in the music industry and together with Demi, this is going to be a fun panel. It just feels like the time to do something different.”
“I am very excited to be reuniting with Simon Cowell and THE X FACTOR family,” said Rowland. “It feels great to be able to take this journey here at home in the states!”
“I love THE X FACTOR! I can’t wait to find the next big music star here in America,” added Rubio. “I’m so thrilled to be part of the show as a judge. Simon, be careful what you wish for, let’s see if you are ready to handle me, empieza la fiesta, amigo!”
We wil bring you photos from the first X Factor auditions in Charleston later today.
By Admin, 17-May-2013 07:20:00
Stephen Mulhern has a chat with the judges tonight on Britain's Got More Talent. Simon Cowell came up with a surprise answer to one of Stephens questions.
Stephen: “If you weren’t in entertainment what would you be doing do you think?”
David (interrupting): “He’s not in entertainment; he just sits there telling people they can’t sing. Anyone could do that!”
Simon: “I would breed racehorses, I would do it full time.”
Moving on to Amanda he asked Amanda what makes her angry. She responds with a rather long list!:
Amanda: “People who can walk but use travelators at airports as a lift, they are not for people to stand on and not walk. Lorry Drivers who don’t turn their indicators off, that makes me really angry. I can’t stand half-fat spreads. Children who scream whose mothers then just whack them. People who ring your telephone, I’m ex-directory but I get people from call centres ringing me up for double glazing.”
Britain's Got More Talent follows the main show at 8.45pm on ITV2.
By Admin, 16-May-2013 16:59:00
One Direction revealed details of the mammoth Where We Are Tour 2014 at a press conference at Wembley Stadium in north London.
The group, who shot to fame on the X Factor, have become a global phenomenon since their debut single in 2011 and have sold more than 30 million records and DVDs globally and topped the charts in more than 37 countries.
The stadium tour in 2014 will include five UK and Ireland dates and eight in Latin America, according to the One Direction website.
UK Tour Dates:
25th May – Croke Park, Dublin
28th May – Stadium of Light, Sunderland
31st May – Manchester Etihad Stadium, Manchester
3rd June – Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
7th June – Wembley Stadium, London
Tickets will go on sale Sat 25th May 2013
The Latin American leg of the tour in April and May will see them visit Brazil (two concerts), Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Paraguay, Chile and Uruguay.
Niall Horan Horan said: 'We're incredibly excited to announce we're doing a worldwide stadium tour in 2014. 'We're three years into it (being a band), so stepping out to an audience of 65,000 a night is incredible.'
The announcement comes in the middle of the band's current tour, which will see them play in Switzerland tonight and Germany tomorrow.
Asked about what fans - known as Directioners - can expect next year, Harry said: 'It's important that the fans know it's not the same tour going around again in stadiums. 'We want to make the stage bigger, with new songs. It's going to be a completely different tour and a lot of fun.'
The band also confirmed plans for a new album, following last year's Take Me Home, to be released before Christmas.
By Admin, 14-May-2013 09:24:00
Fox held their Upfronts yesterday in New York. Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and Mario Lopez were there representing The X Factor USA.
Simon spoke briefly at the event pomising big changes for this years X Factor.
The two new X Factor judges have still to be announced but with the first audition in Charleston only a week away we shouldn't have to wait much longer.
More photos of the event can be found on our Promo Page
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