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The trilogy of EL James's erotic romance novel Fifty Shades Of Grey has sold 100 million copies worldwide.
The series - dubbed "mummy porn" - is fast becoming one of the most widely read book series. It has been proved so successful that the film version has been created and is expected to hit the screens in time for Valentine's Day 2015.
As well as selling 27 million copies in the UK and Commonwealth counties, Arrow Books has also sold one million copies or more in Germany, France, Spain, Brazil, and The Netherlands.
The actor - known to Twi-hards for his role as Jacob Black in the hit movie series - is joining the BBC3 show for its second series.
Taylor is to play a mysterious young stranger who shows up in Lichfield, where the show - which also stars Greg Davies and Helen Baxendale - is based.
The former Twilight star, 27, has won the accolade for the last four years.
But now the British heartthrob, who split from his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart following her affair with Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, has slipped to second place behind the new Superman, Henry Cavill.
Australian actor Liam Hemsworth, who recently broke-up with controversial singer Miley Cyrus, is third in Glamour's annual sexiest men poll, voted for by 95,000 people.
The star, who was acclaimed for his roles in Frost/Nixon and The Queen, will host a pair of two-hour shows for the station over the Christmas period.
Michael, who also appeared in the Twilight movies and can currently be seen in Channel 4's Masters Of Sex drama, will take a nostalgic look at the era.
The first programme will examine songs from the New Romantic period with tracks by acts Japan, Ultravox and Culture Club, while the second will look at other tracks which chart his formative years.
The 51-year-old comedian is seeking the Labour nomination for mayor of London in 2019.
Daniel, aged 24, currently starring in Sky Arts drama A Young Doctor's Notebook And Other Stories, told the Radio Times that he was disillusioned by party politics.
"I'm not an affiliate of any party. I do vote - I think it's important. The first time I voted, I felt I had graduated as a full member of society," he said.
"But politics is disillusioning; it's just bickering, it's exhausting. I think the next thing I'm going to get excited about is Eddie Izzard running for London mayor.