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Luckily for us, the celebs haven't disappointed this week with their headline-grabbing antics. Congratulations are in store for Wayne and Coleen Rooney, Jack Osborne and Jennifer Aniston.
Taking to Twitter this week to share their happy news, Coleen pipped the journalists to the post by announcing to the world that the couple are expecting a sibling for three-year-old Kai in May next year. It's nice to see Wayne and Coleen have worked through their issues of yesteryear, and along with their new bundle of joy, can hopefully look forward to some happier times ahead.
After his recent health issues, it was nice to see Jack Osbourne enjoying his own happy times, as this week he and girlfriend Lisa Stelly said "I do" at an intimate Hawaiian ceremony surrounded by just close family and friends, and of course baby daughter Pearl.
The occasion doubled up as a birthday bash for mum Sharon, who celebrated her 60th this week.
And Jennifer Aniston will soon be enjoying the same wedding fuss, as the infamous singleton finally showed the world she is to be a 'miss' no longer. Having announced her engagement to actor Justin Theroux in August, it was the bling we've all been waiting to see. Sporting a rock the size of Gibraltar on her left hand, I have to hand it to Jen - for a piece of eye candy that wonderfully vulgar, it was worth the wait.
With Halloween round the corner, I went along to the special extra scenes screening of Ridley Scott's Alien-esque movie Prometheus in celebration of its release on DVD and Blu-ray.
Held in an eerie warehouse off the side of a deserted rail yard, the venue had clearly been thought out well to reflect the mood of the movie. The smoking luminous green vodka cocktails and the occasional British Rail train clattering overheard only added to the feel of proceedings, and I lost count of the amount of times I threw my drink over my very tolerant neighbour in the film's frequent jumpy moments. Having not managed to see the original in the cinema, I'm jolly glad I waited to enjoy this sci-fi blockbuster in what proved to be a very different and enjoyable night.
The X Factor has enjoyed a much-needed week in the headlines, perhaps not for all the right reasons. But hey, we're all talking about 'Fix-Factor', so the PR machine is doing its job.
With the opening weekend seeing Carolynne 'yawn' Poole, and camp as Christmas Rylan Clark in the bottom two, the proverbial poo hit the fan when judge Louis Walsh seemingly panicked and confused matters further by refusing to vote coherently.
The unpopular and controversial decision which saw Carolynne being voted off over Rylan prompted all manner of consequences - Gary storming off, yelling at an opportunist cameraman to 'get out of my way', the viewers were clearly unhappy and many audience members reported executive producer Richard Holloway being seen talking to Louis just moments before the fiasco.
Now, who knows what was said and I'm sure the producers would also agree it looked sus'. However, I will say this...as a TV presenter myself, it is very usual, and indeed essential for a show's producer to to-and-fro with information and instructions during a live show. If one isn't wearing an ear piece, as none of the judges were, there is no other way of being informed of changes, content, time issues, etc.
Regardless of what may or may not have been said, the fact remains that the voting public put both Carolyn and Rylan in the bottom two, not the production team. Taking the vote to deadlock was actually the most fair way of deciding who should go, as it's a direct reflection of the audience's voice. It's just unfortunate that Louis faffed. If everyone loved Carolynne so much, why the heck didn't they vote for her in the first place? I do feel for Rylan though, now facing a few weeks of public backlash that he really doesn't deserve. Sending him death threats via social media is not cool, so I do wish him all the best for what will no doubt be a fruitful career elsewhere.
Quick mention to old school boyband Blue, who this week took part in Children in Need's 'Pop Goes the Musical' with a special performance in West End hit Jersey Boys.
A special mention goes to Lee Ryan, who was clearly enjoying flinging himself around with (perhaps a little too much) gusto during the one-off performance. With Geri Halliwell due to appear in Singing in the Rain and Stooshe in Thriller Live, these 'stunt' one offs are a really novel way to raise awareness and money for the charity. What's not to love?!
Oh, and please wish me luck this weekend, because I'll be taking part in the Prince's Trust annual Palace to Palace bike ride to raise money for disadvantaged young people. I'm heading up the 'Anna's Angels' team, and along with 3000 other cyclists we'll be covering the 45 miles from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle. I can already feel the saddle sores! You can sponsor us here, if you'd be so kind.
Many thanks folks. Have a good weekend and see you for the Digital Spy breakfast show on Monday morning.