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Top Stories on The Daily Dust for December 2008.

As the end of the month approaches, which of our news stories in December have caught your interest the most? Let’s find out.

Top Ten Famous British People on Twitter

Our look at the movers and shakers on internet micro-blogging service was the most popular December article as we pointed out John Cleese, The Northern Line and Jonathan Ross on Twitter. As for the Tony Benn mix-up, well, er…
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Let’s Not Fight This Christmas

An early pick for the Christmas number one by both us here at The Dust, but also by BBC 1′s One Show. Great song, pity about the prediction.
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Terry Wogan for Christmas Number One

It peaked at number three, and made number five in the official charts behind the sublime Jeff Buckley, two X-Factor contestants and one X-Factor special guest star. Not bad for a duet with Aled Jones.
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Worst Celebrity Haircuts

You knew Beckham was going to be in there, but how well did you guess the inclusion of Richard Hammond, Simon Cowell and BoJo? You did? Yes the bad barnets were easily spotted!
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Diana and Eoghan’s True Love

Of all the controversey at this year’s X-Factor (were they trying to out do Strictly Come Dancing?) you went for the apparent manufactured romance of the fistyfeisty Diana Vikers and Harry Hill Stooge Eoghan Quigg as the best tale. In the end it looks a dead cert for Eoghan to release Puppy Love in 2009.
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