Britain's Got Talent

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    Michaela Coel, Diversity and Paul Mescal were among the winners on British TV's big awards night.

  2. Man called police over Britain's Got Talent host

    A man has been jailed after calling police to complain Britain's Got Talent star Ant McPartlin was still on TV after his drink driving conviction.

    David Kates-Lowick, of Oldford Rise, Welshpool, admitted breaching an order by contacting Dyfed-Powys Police when it was not a genuine police matter.

    Newcastle-born Mr McPartlin, pictured on the left below, went into rehab after a drink driving conviction in 2018.

    Kates-Lowick, 57, who was subject to a suspended sentence, was jailed for 19 weeks at Llandudno Magistrates' Court.

    James Neary, prosecuting, said four calls were made to the police force in three days, during which Kates-Lowick told call handlers he was frustrated Mr McPartlin could still drive and be on TV when others would have lost their job.

    The court heard Kates-Lowick has "significant mental health issues".

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    Ant McPartlin (pictured left with Dec on Britain's Got Talent)
  3. Teenager records song to thank Dorset charity that saved her life

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    Video caption: Maisie Sheridan co-wrote 'Flying Heroes' for Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance.