Haunt couture: dress that gave Holly bad dreams London Lite Monday, 14 September 2009 Crime. No one gets you closer. Tonights true crime is Living with Murder at 9pm Sky 553 HD 555 Virgin TV 237 Inbrief Griff takes Fagin role in Oliver! GRIFF RHYS JONES is to play Fagin in the hit musical Oliver! The comedian will follow Omid Djalili in the role, who took over from Joness Not The Nine OClock News colleague, Rowan Atkinson. Jones, 55, will start his six-month run at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on 14 December. Producer Cameron Mackintosh said: Ive wanted to work with Griff for years. Lily to tread the boards in 2010 LILY ALLEN is to swap the recording studio for the theatre. The singer reportedly revealed this weekend that she is preparing for her stage debut in the West End next year in a play by Neil LaBute, author of Fat Pig. She said: They want me to play the lead, which is amazing and terrifying. Im always up for a new challenge. Flick of a switch and autumns in TONIGHTS the night when Londoners will switch their central heating back on, according to energy company chiefs. Npower said most homes switch on their heating on 14 September every year. Chris Thewlis, the firms head of operations, said: Theres no denying autumn is on its way as temperatures drop. Run over by a train, but alive A DRUNKEN rock fan who lay on a railway line on his way home from a Pete Doherty concert survived being run over by a 150mph train. The Frenchman, 20, had fallen asleep on the line at Saint-Nolff, in Brittany. Police said: He was the worse for drink, but otherwise pretty relaxed about the whole thing. Its a miracle. Brit soldier shot deadinHelmand A BRITISH soldier was killed while on foot patrol in Afghanistan last night. The soldier, who was serving with 2nd Battalion The Lancashire Regiment, operating with the Light Dragoons Battlegroup, was shot while in Babaji, a district of Helmand province. The death takes the number of British military killed in Afghanistan since 2001 to 214. HOLLY WILLOUGHBY says her notorious Dancing On Ice dress came back to haunt her as she prepared to make her presenting debut on This Morning today. She admitted that she was so nervous about her new role as co-host on ITV1s daytime magazine show that she had anxiety dreams about the dresss plunging neckline. Willoughby, who gave birth to son Harry four months ago, prompted complaints to ITV when she wore the revealing white gown on the celeb- rity ice-skating show last year. She said today: I dreamt the first item on This Morning was a dress comparison, where I had to bring in the dress from Dancing On Ice and wear it again. It was a before and after breast-feeding comparison, so everybody was just staring at this area [pointing to her chest], saying, Theyre not like that any more now shes had Harry, and I was thinking, I dont want this job any more. Willoughby was announced as the new presenter when Fern Britton, 52, quit This Morning in July after 10 years. The 28-year- old said last night had been like Christmas Eve and she had that horrible but brilliant excitement where you cant sleep. Today, sitting on the sofa next to co-host Phillip Schofield, she clutched his arm, say- ing: Im holding on very tightly. But after only a few moments into the live show, she appeared relaxed as Schofield, 47, read out several good luck messages from viewers. This is the second time Willoughby has worked alongside Schofield, having been his co-presenter on Dancing On Ice. Among the guests on her first This Morning were freed Liverpool fan Michael Shields and the re-formed Nolan Sisters. by georgina littlejohn Off to work: Holly leaving home today ThedaySuBohadsomeho-howithDumBo Hollys nightmare over her This Morning debutImhauntedbythatrevealingDancingOnIcedress,shesays SUSAN Boyle refused to give in to jet lag on the first day of a visit to los Angeles, taking a trip to Disneyland. The Scottish spinster, 48, touched down yesterday ahead of a performance in the finale of Americas Got Talent and headed to the theme park, where she took a spin on the Dumbo ride. SuBo, 48, will sing Wild Horses by the Rolling Stones on Wednesday at the climax of the US version of Britains hit TV show, in which she was runner-up this year. Fun in the sun: Boyle, circled, tours Disneyland with her burly minders, right, yesterday H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html