The rumoured proposed changes to 'The X Factor' have got the 'Into It' team talking this week, specifically Simon Cowell's plans to rid the show of novelty acts.
Plus, Kesha's triumphant return sparked a discussion about the most effective pop comebacks of recent years, with Rihanna getting the thumbs up from the group (which is more than can be said for Lady Gaga). The very first week of the new series on ITV and a star has fallen into their laps.
Despite all The industry is lacking in authenticity.The charity – which claims that ‘every penny’ given by the public helps good causes – pumps cash into the companies even as it backs projects to help victims of smoking-related illnesses, alcohol abuse and war.The damning revelations will be made tonight in a Panorama investigation which was initially shelved for two months because executives at the Corporation were anxious about offending the Comic Relief bosses.Confronted by Panorama, Mr Bannatyne said he did not agree with the investments and he believed the charity should invest ethically.He added: ‘If we can find out a way to not do it indirectly, then we’ll do it.’The charity refused to say whether the money it currently holds – more than £100million – was invested in shares in alcohol, arms or tobacco companies.Smart, funny, intuitive, with model looks & a killer blue steel."The X Factor"Rest easy little prince, we miss you terribly.