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13.5m tune in for Lloyd's 'X Factor' exit

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13.5m tune in for Lloyd's 'X Factor' exit
An average of 13.47m (45.9%) tuned in to see Lloyd Daniels voted off The X Factor last night, according to early figures.

The latest results show, which also featured performances from Alicia Keys and Rihanna, was roughly on par with the ratings for Jedward's elimination, seen by 13.82m (46.5%) last week.

Afterwards, the latest episode of I'm A Celebrity - during which Joe Bugner was eliminated - drew 8.63m (31.9%) between 9pm and 10.30pm.

ITV2's spinoff shows The Xtra Factor and I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here Now! pulled in audiences of 742k (2.7%) and 415k (3%) at 9pm and 10.30pm respectively.

Countryfile notched up BBC One's highest audience of the day, with 6m (24%) tuning in at 7pm. Antiques Roadshow followed with 5.62m (19.1%), then a repeat episode of New Tricks was seen by 4.13m (14.3%).

Channel 4's screening of animated comedy Robots took 2.49m (10.5%) between 6.25pm and 8pm, then a new episode of Come Dine With Me appealed to 1.72m (5.9%). The first episode of a new five-part documentary The Queen launched to an impressive 2.4m (8.3%) in the 9pm hour.

The final episode of Ray Mears's Northern Wilderness logged 1.76m (6%) for BBC Two in the 8pm hour, then Top Gear improved the audience to 5.32m (18.5%).

Five's screening of Clint Eastwood war flick Firefox averaged 1.05m (4%) between 6.25pm and 9pm, then prison drama The Green Mile followed with 1.48m (8.3%) until 12.40am.

Overall, ITV1 led primetime with an average share of 32.2% to BBC One's 18.9%. BBC Two was third with 9.8%, followed by Channel 4 with 7.7% (+1: 0.6%) and Five with 4.7%.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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