One of the creators of comedy classics like Dad's Army and Hi-de-Hi!, Jimmy Perry, has died aged 93.
Dixon's duet with Take That and Rihanna
Dixon would like to collaborate with the fab five and Rihanna
Alesha Dixon has spoken about her ambition to do a duet with Take That and one with Rihanna .
Dixon has been a fan of the fab five since she was little and would love to work with them.
She has already collaborated with Gary Barlow on her 2009's song "To Love Again ", which reached number 15 in the single charts.
The singer has her sight on duetting with a female performer, and Rihanna would be her number one choice.
Dixon 's next single from her album The Entertainer will be "Every Part Of Me " with Jay Sean.
Actress Carey Mulligan was among protesters who left teddy bears outside the gates of Downing Street in protest at persistent, deadly attacks on Aleppo.
Bob Dylan's continued silence over his Nobel Prize for Literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the panel that awarded him the honour.
Sir Bruce Forsyth is focused on getting better and had made "no formal or informal decision about retiring", his manager has said.
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