Fans of The X Factor are up in arms after a technical glitch appears to have affected the voting system in last night’s final. The highlight of the show was Jackie Thomas being crowned the winner of the first season of The X Factor NZ over fellow finalist Whenua Patuwai
The 39-year-old man who tried to use the power of the internet to help him sniff Taylor Swift’s hair has set his sights on pop singer Selena Gomez. The competition by Boston radio station, Kiss 108, designed to find Swift’s biggest fan by getting friends of competitors to vote for them, was cancelled after Charles Z took first place on the leaderboard.
One of the Australian “royal prank” DJs is suing her radio station for failing to provide a safe workplace over the hoax last year that lead to a woman’s death. Mel Greig – who has been off the air since British nurse Jacintha Saldanha killed herself in December – has filed a claim against 2Day FM.
The moment that had a nation holding their breath is set for the small screen, with a television movie based on Stephen Donald’s World Cup clinching kicked approved for NZ On Air funding. It was revealed in February that NZ On Air were considering funding the project, which will be produced by Great Southern Television.
Chances are if you don’t recognise the name Eddie McGuire you will definitely recognise his face.
Kim Kardashian has not given her new baby a name that begins with a ‘K’. The reality star and her rapper beau Kanye West welcomed a daughter last Saturday.
Australian radio presenter Dee Dee Dunleavy has triggered outrage on social media by penning a blog post implying women should boycott British celebrity Nigella Lawson’s books until she “makes a stand on domestic violence”.
Yeardley Smith has been playing an eight-year-old for almost a quarter of a century, but the end is in sight – almost. Smith, who is the voice of Lisa Simpson, reveals that The Simpsons won’t last forever.
Chris Brown has seemingly confirmed he has split from Rihanna.
An internet Friend-zy (sorry) incurred as reports that beloved nineties sitcom, Friends, would revive Smelly Cat sonics and Monica’s OCD for an entire season, come November next year. Over the weekend a radio station in Oklahoma posted a picture of the show’s iconic orange couch on Facebook emblazoned with the words “Friends: The One With The Reunion.