Missed this week’s entertainment news?

With a little thing like Christmas, and we can forgive happens when too much Turkey, roast spuds and pudding have led you to miss some of the great entertainment stories of the week – Jodie Whittaker ‘ s first appearance as the new doctor and Strictly Come Dancing’s Bruno Tonioli’s emotional appearance on Desert Island Discs.

Luckily you have the help of this handy round-up to get you up to speed.

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The world got its first look at the actress Jodie Whittaker’s character, as the doctor on Christmas.

During the short presentation, which saw actor Peter Capaldi are some wise words of advice and regenerate offers its new incarnation, Jodie said, but two words: “Oh, that’s brilliant”. She was then seen to crash from what appeared to be a crash of the Tardis.

At the end of the Twitter post of @bbcdoctorwho

The 35-year-old Broadchurch star said she was excited “beyond”, to take the role, and the offer was “overwhelming, a feminist”.

Whittaker will be completely start, your role in the next year, in addition to the new wizard Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole.Read the whole story

At the end of the Twitter post of @SoundofMusic

The actress Heather Menzies-Urich, who played Louisa Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, died at the age of 68.

She was diagnosed with brain cancer in November and died on Christmas eve.

“She was an actress, a ballerina and loved living your life to the fullest,” her son Ryan told news Website TMZ.Read the whole story

Other notable values include deaths this week, Gogglebox star Leon Bernicoff, died at the age of 83 after a short illness, Star-Wars-actor Alfie Curtis known to be Luke Skywalker in the Mos Eisley Cantina in the 1977 original film, threatened, and says to him: “I have the death sentence on 12 systems.”

At the end of the Twitter post of @Hamill himself

Bob Givens, the animator best known for his redesign of Bugs Bunny, died at the age of 99. He also drew cartoon characters like Tom & Jerry, Daffy Duck, Alvin and the Chipmunks, and Popeye.Read the whole story

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Good Morning Britain topped a list of 2017 is the most complained about TV shows.

With typically understated aplomb, presenter Piers Morgan BOOM tweeted: “! No. 1.”

It has been shown that a September episode had an interview with a gay-conversion therapist 1,142 Ofcom complaints.

Morgan went on to decorate his tweet with two fist-blow emojis.Read the whole story

With the album due to the likes of The 1975 and Ariana Grande we also had a look forward on some in the next year, the music, the movies you watch and what is going on in the world of the theatre.

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