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Tonight 's Televison: WHAT'S THE GOSS?

Byline: with Jo Manning

# YOU won't be seeing the tennis stars bowing down before the Royals at this year's Wimbledon championships.

The Duke of Kent, patron of the All England Tennis Club, wants the tradition of curtseying or bowing in front of the Royal box to stop because he feels it's `out-dated'.

Wonder whether this fresh approach will inspire the likes of Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski to do away with their tradition of bottling it in the latter rounds?

appearing as a judge on American Idol and you'll be able to get the inside track on his transatlantic adventures when a fly-on-the-wall documentary entitled Being Simon Cowell comes out later this year.

# It's TV complaints time of the year again, and it appears one Jonathan Ross is getting his knuckles rapped with the most venom by watchdogs.

The chat show host, film reviewer, panel game addict, Radio 2 presenter and now wannabe Welsh speaker had complaints upheld from both the BBC's complaints unit and the Broadcasting Standards Commission for two incidents a week apart.


# Simon Cowell has become a huge star in the States since
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:May 1, 2003
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