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Weekend watching – sorted!

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It’s the weekend which means staying in your pjs and not turning the telly off for two days straight. The mum in us should tell you to get some fresh air and meet some 3D people but with all this on the Box of Magic this weekend who needs the real world?!

Keep reading to see MP!’s personal highlights, including Friday Download, Graham Norton and (of course) Take Me Out.

TONIGHT:

Friday Download. Join CBBC for one of MP!’s favourites, if you haven’t seen the show before it basically rounds up all the best things from the entertainment world from new music, telly shows, films, fashion and games. Tonight Nicola Roberts performs her new single ‘Yo-Yo’. CBBC 6pm.

Graham Norton gets rid of the hilarious comedians and Adele for a special show featuring the grandmummy of pop, Madonna. Expect lots of fawning and a lack of close-up shots. BBC1 10:35pm.

SATURDAY:

Take Me Out. The 21st century version of Blind Date (and Aston Merrygold’s favourite show, fact)  is back for a new series! Specimens coming down in the love lift this week include a semi-professional wrestler from Cambridge, all together now “no likey, no lighty.” ITV1 7:15pm.

Talent Show Story. This quite interesting doc on the history of shows like the X Factor features loads of clips and contributions from JLS (SCREAM), One Direction (ditto), Girls Aloud, Kelly Rowland, Gary Barlow, Will Young and the man who made it all happen: Simon Cowell. ITV1 8:30pm.

The Jonathan Ross Show has musical fun from Florence And The Machine who will be performing new track ‘No Light, No Light’. ITV1 9:30pm.

SUNDAY:

Dancing On Ice. Fans of popstars falling over rejoice! The new series of DOI continues this weekend. Popstars on ice include Heidi of the Sugababes and um Chico. ITV1 6:30pm.

Sherlock. After cooing over the sparkles on DOI jump start your brain with the brilliant Sherlock. Starring the man with the best name on telly, Benedict Cumberbatch – it’s perfect Sunday night viewing. BBC1 9pm.

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Written by Oliver Meakings

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