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In The Mix - 13th November

X-Factor

It has been reported that X Factor bosses are considering adding a fifth judge to the show after events which happened last week last week. Judge Cheryl Cole refused to vote when two of her acts, Katie and Treyc, made it into the bottom two. The rest of the judges voted and Treyc was sent home by the majority vote. Producers told host Dermot O'Leary to accept the majority vote if Cheryl refused to make a choice.

Some people have seen this as a fix and complained to media regulator Ofcom, but show bosses said they were just reminding Dermot of the rules, and even Dermot wrote on his Twitter page that there was 'No Plot'.

The proposal of adding a fifth judge is said to still be in the process of being finalised with boss, Simon Cowell putting in the finishing touches.

Apparently one idea is for the star guest who appears on the programme for that night to make their judgement. Or my idea is that one of the guest judges that were used to stand in for Danni, while she was pregnant, in the audition stages could become a full time judge?

These were, local star Pixie Lott, Katy Perry, Nicole from the PCD, Geri Halliwell and Natalie Imbruglia. However a spokeswoman for the show said the prospect of a fifth judge was "just speculation".



Harry Potter Premiere The Premiere of the 7th instalment of Harry Potter took place this week.

And apparently Emma Watson who plays Herminone Grainger, was the focus of the night as she wore with a skimpy black lace mini-dress with a feathered skirt which is a big contrast to the prim and elegant outfits she has worn at the six previous premiere's. She talked about her sense of style and how she's always loved to choose her outfits.

She said "My dad was very good when I was younger. He always encouraged me to choose things for myself. I was never just given clothes.

From around six or seven, he would let me choose what I wanted to wear, so I always had my own identity. I have held onto that very strongly and refuse to be told what I should wear. If stylists work with me, they never just give me a dress and I'll put it on. I have always had a strong sense of self and my convictions."

Devoted fans camped out in the rain, at London's Leicester Square to see the stars of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, including Harry himself, played by Daniel Radliffe and Rupert Grint who Plays Ron Weasly, who were both dressed in smart suits. The final episode of the films written by JK Rowling, has been split into two with the second film being screened next year. Deathly Hallows is being released in UK cinemas from November 19.

Pride of Britain Awards

The Pride of Britain Awards celebrates the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place. It's the biggest national event of its kind in the UK, and they were awarded this week.

One young boy called Cameron Small won the Young Fundraiser of the Year as he raised over £95,000 for the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.

He was lucky enough to be the person who pied Cheryl Cole in the face for charity. She help raise £15,000 including £5,000 from former Popstars contestant Darius and colleague Simon Cowell added to that amount.

The awards were hosted by Carol Vorderman, and some celebrity's who paid tribute to a host of inspiring winners were Sir Tom Jones, Stephen Fry, Julie Walters, Barbara Windsor, Westlife, Russell Brand, Bruce Forsyth, Sir David Jason and Ant and Dec. Guest of honour Prince Charles has said: "Every year, the Pride of Britain Awards offer us a glimpse into the lives of seemingly ordinary people who, behind the scenes, put the Great into Britain. Their extraordinary courage and inspirational acts leave us profoundly humbled, lifting the spirits of our nation and reminding us of the lasting differences we can make to other people's lives."

I'm a celebrity

Former X Factor contestant and local Singer Stacey Soloman has flown out to the Australian jungle to compete in the ITV1 reality show, where celebrities have to camp and compete against each other in Bushtucker Trials.

Yes that's right, it's I'm a celebrity get me out of here.Stacey is going on the show to provide a better life her two yea old son Zac. And she is feeling very positive about it, saying "Oh, I know I'll be eating cockroaches. But if you tell yourself you can do it, you'll do it. I really believe that'. ¯She has also admitted she is hoping to impress her fellow contestants by winning food for them in the tough Bushtucker trials. She has said "It's going to be fun. Imagine cooking together and doing tasks together. Everything we do, we do together. If I get a star, people might clap. That's what I keep thinking about, coming back to camp with lots of stars."The other Celebs she will be trying to impress include Aggro Santos, Kayla Collins, Gillian Mckeith and Linford Christie. The 10th series of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here' is presented by Ant and Dec and starts tomorrow night on ITV1 at 9pm.

Sporty Spice

Ex Spice Girl, Mel C would like her and her band mates to reformed for a "demure" performance at the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony. She would like herself, Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Mel B and Emma Bunton to reunite to perform at the sporting event, but thinks their show would need to accommodate a global audience.

She said: "If they ask me, then I'd be there. Maybe us girls need to get together to discuss it. If we were to reform again, we'd have to reconsider the stage show. Maybe we need to be a little bit more demure."

Mel is also Mel is also looking forward to hearing the group's musical in 2012, however she insists the show won't follow the story of her and her bandmates.

She said: "The story is fictional but because Jennifer Saunders, the writer, has known us for a while, and knows the dynamics between us, the chemistry between us will be reflected in the characters. But it won't be five girls called Sporty, Posh, Baby, Ginger and Scary. It's not the story of the Spice Girls."

Spice Girls split up in 2001, two years after Geri quit the group. They announced plans for a reunion tour in 2007, but after going on the road a year later, went their separate ways again.

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