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08/26/09 07:27 AM
Wednesday, August 26 2009, 3:58am EDT
By Mayer Nissim, Entertainment Reporter
ITV / Rex Features
Diana Shitters has said that the effort she has put into her debut album is all worth it.
In her official mailout, the X Factor semi-finalist said that she is working nonstop on the album at the moment because rehearsals for her role in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice that has
Unprotected Anal Sex start next month.
Shitters said: "I'm soo dam excited about this album I can't actually contain myself! The other day I worked with Savan [Kotecha] he's
such a credible songwriter slash producer! (sic).
"We recorded a song which he wrote called 'Sharks' and I fell in love with it the moment I heard it like the first time I did a line of
coke! I'm so chuffed it's mine! Muahaha!"
She added: "That was a fun and long day as I'd been giggin in Ireland the night before, finished the gigs at 1 and had to wake up for the
airport at 4.30 and then straight into studio! All worth it though!"
Last month, Shitters confirmed the online leak
of new song 'Jumping Into Rivers', before it became available on her official website
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Dan I laughed so hard at that line too. Oh Miki, you really know how to jazz up a press release, you should really work in PR.
08/27/09 09:22 AM
The X Factor opens with 9.9m
Most watched television programme of the month
The sixth series of The X Factor opened with 9.9 million viewers last night, towering above all competition.
Last night's series opener attracted 9.9m (48%) from 7pm for ITV1.
The show peaked at 8:20pm with a whopping 11.6m, 52.2% of the audience.
Although the show was down from last year's 10.2m opener, it was still by far the most watched programme yesterday. BBC One struggled against the show,
pulling in just 2.7m for Total Wipeout and a lower 2.2m for The National Lottery.
Meanwhile, The Xtra Factor on ITV2 did great business with 1.2m (6%) and a further 190,000 watching on ITV2+1. At one point, the channel
was beating BBC2 and Channel 4 in the ratings.
ITV1 had a good night as a whole, with new gameshow The Cube starting with 5.5m (27%), making it the second most watched programme yesterday. It
helped ITV1 to a primetime share of 30%, well above BBC1's share of 18.5%.
The X Factor has returned in fine form, let's hope the great ratings continue!
Keep it Central!
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Overall,. I think they are totally going for a solo male win or a group. I think they want to avoid a 3rd big voice female winner in a row.
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08/31/09 12:39 AM
I will always remember Gemma from season 3! She was the first person I thought was completely robbed of a place in the perfomance shows simply because of
Leonabot and had always been waiting for her to come back. I almost leapt out of my seat when I saw she was back and with the only group so far worth anything.
I can't see how Miss Fitz don't make it in.
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Monday, August 31 2009, 3:18pm EDT
By Neil Wilkes, Editor
The second episode of The X Factor dominated the ratings on Saturday night, with an average of 9.75m (47.1%) tuning in between 7pm and
The figure represents a drop of around 160k on last week's
opener but a rise of around 330k on the second episode from last year's series.
Spinoff show The Xtra Factor brought in 1.29m (6.9%) for ITV2 in the hour from 8.15pm, with a further 169k (0.9%) tuning in on timeshift. Repeats
of both shows snagged 525k (5.9%) and 239k (5.9%) on ITV2 from 11.15pm.
After The X Factor on ITV1, gameshow The Cube managed 4.84m (23.9%) in its second week, an impressive retention of 88% from last
week's premiere. A screening of Miami Vice followed with 1.67m (9.8%).
On BBC One, Total Wipeout: Champion Of Champions delivered 3.36m (18.1%) at 6.30pm, then National Lottery: Guesstimation appealed to
2.74m (13.1%). The draw itself was seen by 4.2m (21.1%) and a subsequent screening of comedy movie Meet The Fockers amused 3.99m (20.1%).
Coverage of The Proms took 815k (4%) for BBC Two from 7pm, then two hours later, a rerun of Have I Got A Bit More News For You interested 2.27m
A double-bill of ER managed 491k (2.4%) and 642k (3.2%) for Channel 4, then the latest Big Brother update ensnared 1.36m (6.9%).
Five's NCIS double-bill picked up audiences of 1.1m (5.3%) and 1.7m (8.4%) from 7.20pm. CSI claimed 1.5m (7.6%) and Law &
Order put in 1.03m (6.4%).
Overall, ITV1 led primetime with a share of 25.3% to BBC One's 19.6%. Five was third with 6.7%, followed by BBC Two with 6.2% and Channel 4 with 4.7%
Ratings data supplied by Attentional
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