The Voice that faded to just a whisper: As BBC show returns, 2012 winner revealed to have no album, no tours and a flop single…Leanne Mitchell, 29, failed to enter the top 40 with her first singleManagement suggested she has been reluctant to engage in publicity Lack of success calls into question show's credibility as springboardJudge Tom Jones accused her record label of mismanaging her careerMiss Mitchell soon to release an autobiography called Finding My Voice Will.i.am said: ‘The best artist does not always get the most votes’ -winner-revealed-album-tours-flop-single-.html” } }); Mismanagement: Sir Tom Jones, who mentored Miss Mitchell to victory last year, accused her record label, Universal Music, of mismanaging her career Some of last year’s runners-up, including Tyler James (left) and Bo Bruce (right), have enjoyed more success Perhaps surprisingly, given her young age and lack of starting career success, the singer will release an autobiography, entitled Finding My Voice, on April 18. A source on the BBC show said: ‘Leanne’s trajectory since The Voice has been a disappointment. She has not been the best advert for the show.’ Some of last year’s runners-up appear to have achieved far more
'Haven't you run before' Cringeworthy moment US television presenter mistakes Olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah for an amateurFarah, 29, had won a half marathon in New Orleans in record timeHe appeared a little stunned by the foolish question, asking 'sorry'But the anchor was unaware of the gaffe and repeated the questionShe later asked him 'how do you prepare for a marathon like this'The champion British runner replied: 'I haven't done a marathon yet'Champion runner Paula Radcliffe casts doubt over his marathon plans Olympic Games” class=”blkBorder” /> Has he run before Mo Farah reacts as he wins the men's 5,000m final at the London 2012 Olympic Games The interview has caused a stir on Twitter, where British journalist Piers Morgan, who is currently working in the U.S. tweeted: 'Hey @Mo_Farah – come on my CNN show tonight to discuss that crazy U.S. interview…
'Haven't you run before' Cringeworthy moment US television presenter mistakes Olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah for an amateurFarah, 29, had won a half marathon in New Orleans in record timeHe appeared a little stunned by the foolish question, asking 'sorry'But the anchor was unaware of the gaffe and repeated the questionShe later asked him 'how do you prepare for a marathon like this'The champion British runner replied: 'I haven't done a marathon yet' Olympic Games” class=”blkBorder” /> Has he run before Mo Farah reacts as he wins the men's 5,000m final at the London 2012 Olympic Games Farah, who won gold in the 5,000 metres and 10,000 metres at the Olympics, had completed the Rock 'N' Roll Half Marathon in 61 minutes – a course record. He was being interviewed in City Park in New Orleans, while Norton asked her poorly-researched questions from the television studio. FROM SOMALI REFUGEE TO OLYMPIC CHAMPION: THE REMARKABLE MO FARAH STORY Mo Farah arrived in London aged eight from Somalia, where he was born, and barely spoke a word of English.
Ever wondered how astronauts wash their hands New video shows spaceman demonstrating the process Canadian spaceman Chris Hadfield reveals the secret – no-rinse soap By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 19:32 GMT, 3 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:50 GMT, 4 February 2013 Their gravity defying existence has long been a source of wonder for mere earthlings. But have you ever wondered how astronauts manage to complete everyday, mundane tasks like washing their hands, completely weightless A new video released by the Canadian Space Agency has revealed the answer – no-rinse soap. Scroll down for video Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield beamed a video back from space to show a young caller how he washes his hands in the weightless atmosphere Shown on YouTube, he squirts the solution from a straw attached to a pouch and it gathers in a ball, heading towards the ceiling The astronaut will have to act quickly before the ball of handwash reaches the roof In a question-and-answer session beamed back from space, astronaut Chris Hadfield took a young caller through the process step-by-step
School issues humbling apology to children's cancer charity after teacher brands pyjama day fundraiser a 'paedophile's paradise' Vice principal of Brooke Weston Academy criticised the fundraiser, which would see pupils come to school in nightwear, in an e-mail to a colleagueMark Willimott also sent the e-mail to 'shocked' organisers at charity Chelsea's Angels by mistakeThe vice principal had written: '… are they aiming for a paedophile's paradise' By Kerry Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 16:34 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:43 GMT, 22 January 2013 Blunder: Vice principal Mark Willimott described charity Chelsea's Angels' sponsored pyjama day as a 'paedophile's paradise' in an e-mail A school has been forced to apologise to a children's cancer charity after the vice principal branded its sponsored pyjama day a 'paedophile's paradise'. Chelsea's Angels, which helps children diagnosed with neuroblastoma and other rare cancers, had e-mailed schools in Northamptonshire inviting them to take part in the event – which would see pupils attending lessons in nightwear – as a fun way to raise money.
Free IVF for murderers is criminally offensive | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 29 December 2012 Offensive: The European Court of Human Rights has decreed that convicted killers have an inalienable right to state-funded IVF How unimaginable must be the despair and disbelief of the many childless couples in Britain who long for a baby after learning that murderers and drug-dealers are to get state-funded fertility treatment while behind bars. Thanks to the vagaries of the NHS postcode lottery, so many law-abiding, hard-working couples struggle to receive even one free round of IVF
I'm not a Leftie bank-basher, but why on earth has no one been jailed for their criminality | UPDATED: 23:51 GMT, 19 December 2012 One voice: When David Crausby rose to his feet during Prime Minister's Question Time, he spoke on behalf of the nation When a little-known Labour MP yesterday rose to his feet during Prime Minister’s Question Time, he spoke on behalf of the nation. David Crausby pointed out that when the Great Train Robbers stole 2.5 million, they were banged up in prison for a very long time. /12/19/article-2250796-0AA992AA000005DC-520_634x342.jpg” width=”634″ height=”342″ alt=”Departures: Former HSBC chief executive, Lord Green, presided over the wrongdoing following the mega-bank's fine – though there is no suggestion he was in the know” class=”blkBorder” /> Departures: Former HSBC chief executive, Lord Green, presided over the wrongdoing following the mega-bank's fine – though there is no suggestion he was in the know Lord Green’s new job is as Britain’s Trade Minister.
Mr Fabricant, in custardy wig, loudly cheered pro-gay speakers | UPDATED: 23:32 GMT, 10 December 2012 Sarcasm: Matthew Offord asked if polygamists would now be given a Government consultation Might bigamy be the next love that dare not speak its name The Commons yesterday had its first chance to discuss gay weddings in church.
So what if she does have twins Kate will make history if she and William are found to be expecting two babies Duchess of Cambridge more likely to be having twins because of her age and her acute morning sicknessBookies have slashed the odds on twins from 50/1 to 8/1 Just seconds could be the difference between one ruler and anotherDuchess of Cambridge was taken to hospital yesterday and forced to announce her pregnancy before 12 weeks | UPDATED: 09:09 GMT, 5 December 2012 Some experts are predicting that Kate and William will end up with twins – and if they do, there could be more than just the usual parenting headaches ahead for the royal couple. No mother of a future monarch has given birth to twins in Britain since the 15th century – so nobody is quite sure what will happen if Kate makes history and produces a brace of infants next summer. And if she does, the intriguing question is: which of the children will end up on the throne Scroll down for video Beautiful babies: Danish Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik with their one-year-old twins Josephine and Vincent (in their arms) and children Isabella and Christian (in front) Normally, of course, this would be little cause for discussion during a royal pregnancy.