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Dublin: 11 °C Saturday 17 November, 2018

What to watch on TV tonight: Saturday

All the telly you should be watching this weekend.

Blades Of Glory (TG4, 11.00pm)

A bad-boy figure skater and his effeminate arch-enemy are banned from the sport after their intense rivalry results in a brawl. However, the pair find a loophole in the regulations allowing them to enter the world championships as the first ever same-sex pair – if they can put aside their differences long enough to compete. Comedy, starring Will Ferrell, Jon Heder, Will Arnett and Amy Poehler.

The Lego Movie (RTÉ One, 6.35pm)

Yes, this might be The Big Big Movie and centre around tiny men made of plastic bricks but rest-assured this is not just a kids’ movie. An ordinary man leading a life of blissful ignorance in a city made of the construction toy is mistakenly identified as a chosen one destined to save the universe. He joins a mismatched band of heroes in stopping a plan to fix the world permanently in place. Animated comedy, with the voices of Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman and Will Ferrell.

The Voice UK (Tv3, 8.00pm)

The series is back to produce another singing superstar. (Can anyone name someone who’s won this show before? Anyone at all?) Emma Willis hosts the seventh series of the singing contest, which this year sees Olly Murs joining returning coaches, Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson on the famous spinning chairs. Believe in yourself as much as believes in this show

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Everyone's talking about: Courtney Act

Drag queen and former RuPaul's Drag Race contestant Courtney Act entered the Celebrity Big Brother house last night, along with a rake of other #lads.

People are talking about Courtney's entrance for a reason though - namely because her skirt fell off.

1-courtney-act-bears-all Source: Channel 4

We've all been there Court. Solidarity.

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Or flick over for...

  • Feud: Better & Joan (BBC Two, 9.35pm) Final episode of the series.
  • Hard Sun (BBC One, 9.35pm) Sci-fi crime drama starring Jim Sturgess and Agyness Deyn (yes, the former model).
  • Rugbaí Beo (TG4, 5.20pm) Coverage of Leinster v Ulster.
  • The Day After Tomorrow (RTÉ Two, 9.25pm) Basically a look into what's going to happen to the earth thanks to Trump.

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