First up though, carrying on my weekly 'showbiz sprog' watch it seems, yet more bundles of joy have been announced this week with former Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost leading the pack with the birth of twin girls. Keeping her 93,000 Twitter followers updated all along the way, after being forced to succumb to bed rest, the yummy mummy gave birth to Blake and Nico a few weeks ahead of schedule on Sunday.
Reassuring fans that she and her daughters are fine, the exhausted mum tweeted, "Our girls are here, they are perfect, tiny but perfect - I'm beyond blessed and knackered."
And the baby news keeps on coming, Michael Buble has announced he and his actress wife Luisana are expecting their first tot later this year, Elton John and David Furnish are welcoming a brother for baby Zachary, and not-so-new mum Adele has finally given us a clue as to the name of her little lad born last year.
Spotted strolling through the LA sun sporting a necklace bearing the name 'Angelo', it has been suggested that her and husband Simon Konecki have named their baby boy Angelo James. Why the need for such secrecy no-one is quite sure, but hey, as long as they are happy with their little 'angel' that's all that matters.
Over to ITV's 'marmite' surprise hit show Splash! and the snow threatened to cause havoc to last weekend's final heat. Orders from the top saw celebrity contestants, divers, dancers, crew and even the main man himself, Tom Daley, bussed in a day ahead of schedule to ensure the show would go on. And go on it did.
It's no secret that I love this show with its cheesy slow-mo dance and camp dressing downs, and the screaming Daley fans that cause weekly problems for the show's sound department would also agree.
Travelling in style is something young Tom will be getting used to, with an all important A-level exam clashing with the diving show final, a helicopter is said to be on standby to whisk the rookie TV star straight from his Plymouth classroom so he can be 'live from Luton' in time. Very showbiz, Tommy D!
Britain's Got Talent has kicked off with its audition rounds and this week I popped along for a squizz. Held at The London Palladium, all four judges are back, including a 'Professor Yaffle' bespectacled Simon Cowell.
After a 45-minute wait due to 'technical issues', the heckling crowd were finally rewarded with the arrival of Simon, Amanda, David and Alesha. Having arrived and been informed that the judges were in bad moods and 'there have been no yeses yet', we waited with intrigue to see what the afternoon session had in store, and not just from the ongoing Cowell and Walliams love story that is 'Si-Vid'.
Now I can't divulge too much for fear of spoiling the surprises to come, but in the two hours I was there, acts enjoyed (and plenty not so) included circus folk, a roller skating dinner lady, cute singing kiddies and the 'new' Katherine Jenkins. Get your Kleenex out, it's safe to say, BGT's back.
Speaking of surprises, there've been some ghostly goings-on... er... going on at the home of former ITV serial drama The Bill. Ahead of its studio tour launch next month, Wimbledon Studios is experiencing some drama of its own. It seems you ' get rid of the Sun Hill contingent quite as easy as that.
Manifestations of an unhappy spirit have been reported which include phantom double footsteps, mimicking those of the title credits of the series and police uniforms being moved back to their original positions. So it seems the spirit of PC Stamp and co is still alive... well in SW19, at least!
And to finish off my week, I was privileged to don a lovely frock, swan down the red carpet and enjoy the annual booze fest that is the National Television Awards. And what a night!
Hanging out in the ITV suite, a who's who of telly talent wafting in served as better viewing than the actual show. Tulisa and her mate Gareth Varley (still hobbling on crutches) attacked the posh buffet as though it was their last, Nicole Scherzinger working breast pad chic, and Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones trying in vain to stay perky in what would have been their umpteenth hour awake.
Thanks goodness for Gary Barlow. The ratty-looking security guards, not relishing the idea of having to throw out the majority of the ITV talent pool due to overcapacity, were quickly appeased by a calm and cool Gazza B, even cracking a smile!
The awards themselves were predicable, but deserved. This Morning picking up a hat-trick for 'Best Daytime Show', a bemused and bored Helen Flanagan picked up the gong for I'm a Celebrity, and Ab Fab matriarch Joanna Lumley gave us a heartfelt speech whilst accepting her much deserved Lifetime Achievement award.
Throw in a sherry-guzzling June 'Dot Cotton' Brown, Ashleigh and Pudsey rocking 'Gangnam Style', and host Dermot O'Leary stacking it on stage after his questionable pas de deux with Darcey Bussell, and you've got yourself the most eagerly-anticipated awards show on telly. All I can say is, bring on the NTAs 2014. I'm there with bells on.