Susan Boyle has finally beat dance group Diversity, 13 years after the troupe claimed victory during the third season of Britain's Got Talent. As British households gear up for the return of TV's longest-running talent competition, now in its 15th season, a list of the most iconic moments from the show's history has been released with Susan's shock note-perfect performance topping the poll. The unassuming Scottish soprano appeared on screens in April 2009 to sneers from head judge Simon Cowell.
Ashley Banjo on Black Lives Matter, backlash and reality TV: ‘I’m a sceptic of cancel culture’There were 30,000 complaints to Ofcom when Banjo and his dance group, Diversity, referenced the death of George Floyd on prime-time TV. Now he has followed up the outcry with a film about racism Ashley Banjo, dancer, choreographer, actor and now activist. Photograph: Mark Waugh/Alamy
Olivia Rodrigo's Sour has become only the second debut album by a woman to top the U.S. charts for four weeks. The Good 4 U hitmaker's album, which was released on 21 May, is back for a fourth time at the top of the Billboard 200. It marks the second week in a row Olivia has been at number one, after previously debuting at the top spot on 5 June and again on 3 July. The last woman to achieve this feat was British singer Susan Boyle with I Dreamed a Dream, which spent six consecutive weeks at the