Teens do a turn; Stars In Their Eyes Kids ITV, 6.55pm.
Elicia Jones, 13, from South Wales loves to sing and entered her first singing competition when she was just two years old.
She now takes singing lessons and is also learning to play the piano. When she leaves school, her big ambition is to be a singer, listing Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears and the legendary Shirley Bassey among her idols.
Tonight she performs as teenage pop sensation Billie Piper, whose debut single went to number one in 1998.
Next to take a trip through the dry ice is Rebecca Gleeson, 13, from Dublin. She attends a theatre group and is in rehearsals for an amateur dramatics production of Oliver! Rebecca is enjoying the experience and hopes to pursue a career as a musical actress when she's older. Tonight, Rebecca performs as Dido who she describes as her inspiration.
Jessica Holman, 12, from Stockport says her talent for singing runs in the family as her brother James appeared in the first Stars In Their Eyes Kids series.
Jessica loves to shop and have sleepovers with her friends.
Tonight, she performs as Mary Weiss of '60s group The Shangri-Las, after hearing them on one of her mum's CDs.
The fourth star guest is Connor Daley, 14, from West London.
Connor won a scholarship to a performing arts school for his ballet dancing. He was originally chosen for the group S Club Juniors, but took his scholarship instead.
Tonight, he pays tribute to his favourite artist Usher, as he thinks he is an amazing dancer and is somebody he aspires to be.
Finally, Amy Cherry, 16, is from Stockton-on-Tees and it's a case of third time lucky for her as she applied for the show three times before being invited to audition.
Her musical tastes are varied and her favourite artists range from Eminem to Shania Twain.
Amy is also a keen fan of The Beautiful South and tonight sings as frontwoman Jacqui Abbott.
HORATIO (David Caruso) has 24 hours to discover the connection between two seemingly identical murders.
He is in court giving evidence against Lorenzo Escolante (Richard Yniguez), the husband of a well- connected Cuban-American councillor who is running for re-election.
Lorenzo is standing trial for the murder of a pretty Latino maid who was shot in a temple.
But then Horatio discovers Benita Cruz, a maid of similar age and appearance, has been found shot dead in Miami in a seemingly identical manner, while Escolante was in custody.
If, as seems to be the case, the same killer committed both crimes, then the accused is innocent. The judge grants Horatio 24 hours to gather new evidence.
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LOGAN (Michael Weatherly) attempts to bring violent gangsters to justice - but only if Max (Jessica Alba) can evade the charms of a mind-controlling transgenic.
Logan is on the brink of exposing a leading Seattle crime family headed by an elusive boss.
All he needs is for the mob's accountant, Dougie (Laurie Brunetti), to rat on his associates.
He persuades Max to go to dinner with him and some of his diehard mob cronies. In preparation, Max puts on a wig and pretends to be a ditzy blonde.
At dinner, she is introduced to a girl called Mia (Tracy Leah Ryan), who seems to know Dougie. Max meets her in the toilets and introduces herself as Dorothy. Max tells Mia she is a transgenic working for Logan.
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|Date:||May 24, 2003|
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