A US judge has denied a plea from Roman Polanski's victim to end the four-decade-old case against the fugitive director.
Silence vs X-Factor
Over 4,000 people have joined a facebook group to get a piece of silence to number one this Christmas.
It's another attempt to overthrow the X Factor winner...whoever that may be.
The sound-free composition called 4'33" 'by' late composer John Cage is meant to be "played" by musicians who do not touch their instruments. It's up to the audience to listen for other noises in the room or venue.
Last Christmas Joe McElderry was the victim of a similar Facebook campaign that saw Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing In The Name Of’ reach No 1. However Joe reached No 1 a week later with 'The Climb'.
Supporters of silence can sign up for a reminder that will deliver a chart-eligible link to their inbox on December 13th.
Taylor Swift, one of social media's most popular celebrities, appears to have wiped years of posts from her accounts.
Sir Bruce Forsyth was as famous for his game show catchphrases as he was for his years as a performer and entertainer.
Strictly Come Dancing presenters Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly have paid tribute to "gentleman and true legend" Sir Bruce Forsyth.
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