London Lite Monday, 28 September 2009 Inbrief Ramsay to get really animated FOUL-MOUTHED chef Gordon Ramsay is to get his own animated television series called Gordon Ramsay, At Your Service. Best known for reality shows Ramsays Kitchen Nightmares and Hells Kitchen, he will now be the star of the stop-motion animation series after signing a deal with Torontos Cuppa Coffee Studios. Orange unveils iPhone deal THE iPhone will be available on the Orange network as well as with O2 by the end of the year, it was announced today. The deal was unveiled as Apples exclusive tie-up with O2 approaches its end. The iPhone 3G and 3GS will start going on sale in Orange and other mobile phone shops, although pricing has not yet been disclosed. InmatestellJack tokillhimself JACK TWEED is being encouraged by fellow prisoners to commit suicide, it was claimed today. Inmates at north Londons Pentonville Prison, where Tweed, 21, is being held on remand accused of rape, are allegedly offering to sneak him in a knife so he can kill himself. Jade Goodys widower was put on suicide watch at the weekend. Pedestrian hit by ambulance A PEDESTRIAN suffered serious head injuries when he was hit by an ambulance as he lay injured on the road. The 24-year-old was struck by the ambulance, which was being driven between stations by a support worker, in Preston Hill in Brent, north-west London, at about 4.50am yesterday. Investigators believe the man had been hit earlier by another vehicle. Shown the e itLondongirlbandkickedoffbecauseonememberisjust15 AN ALL-GIRL group has been kicked out of The X Factor for lying about the age of one member. Tru Colourz were delighted to hear they had made it through to the final 24 acts and would be mentored by judge Louis Walsh. But their happiness turned to dismay when bosses at ITV discovered one of the London-based trio -- Christina, Rachel and Ivette -- was under the age limit of 16 and disqualified them. In scenes to be shown on this Saturdays show, the girls admitted to Walsh that they had lied. He told them to leave and re-audition next year. A show insider said: One of Tru Colourz had claimed to be 16, but was actually still 15. It was just a little white lie because she was so desperate to get on the show, but it has cost them. They were devastated when Louis asked them, but they took it on the chin and admitted straight away what theyd done. Louis told them to come back next year. The identity of the underage girl has not been revealed. Fellow judge and show producer Simon Cowell is said to have launched an investiga- tion to find out how the girls man- aged to get through to the last 24. The insider added: Heads will roll, Simon Cowell is not happy about this embarrassing situation. After the last 24 acts were chosen, they were split into four groups and whisked away to their mentors homes in Cannes, St ARLENE PHILLIPS has hit out at the Strictly Come Dancing judges for being too generous with their scores. The former dancer, 66, who was replaced as a judge on the BBC1 show by pop star Alesha Dixon, 30, said the panel was giving the contestants ridiculously high marks out of 10. She said: Ive done an overall mark for everybody and theirs are nowhere near where mine are. I think Craig is the only one marking what he sees, and he gets booed. Saturday nights show saw the panel award 32 out of 40 points to Hollyoaks actor Ricky Whittle despite it being his first dance on the show. Footballers Wives actresses Zoe Lucker and Laila Rouass both scored 30 in their first ever dance. She also hit out at the decision of most judges to give Jo Wood five out of 10. Jockey Richard Dunwoody became the second contestant to be kicked off the show, following former tennis ace Martina Hingis, who left last week. by Mark blunden ArleneblastsStrictlyforridiculouslyhighscores Age barrier: Tru Colourz Christina, Rachel and Ivette are out of the show Coolest brand in britain: Page 26 Tropez, Ireland and Barbados. The over-25s will be mentored by Cowell, the girls will be looked after by Dannii Minogue, the boys by Cheryl Cole and the groups by Walsh. Meanwhile, The X Factor won the Saturday night ratings war with the BBCs Strictly Come Dancing for the sec- ond week that the shows have overlapped, attracting a peak of 10.1 m viewers, compared to the maxi- mum of 8.7 m who tuned in to Strictly. X-stasy: contenders get through another round Come back next year: Walsh told the girls to leave Points are too high: Arlene 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.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html