Celebs

Celebs

Actor Bill Paxton dies aged 61 after complications from surgery

Hollywood actor Bill Paxton has died at the age of 61.

Celebs

Grantchester's Morven Christie: Women hate my social media shots of hot co-stars

Grantchester actress Morven Christie has told how middle-aged women "develop an immediate hatred" for her when she posts images on social media of her handsome co-stars.

Celebs

Paul O'Grady says he would 'slap' young people who practise unprotected sex

Broadcaster Paul O'Grady has accused young people who practise unprotected sex are shaming the memory of his friends who died during the 1980s Aids crisis.

Celebs

I had the time of my life on The Jump, says Sir Bradley Wiggins

Sir Bradley Wiggins has told how he had the "time of his life" meeting new people on ski show The Jump, despite suffering an injury that forced him to drop out of the competition.

Celebs

David Tennant 'chuffed' to have Mad To Be Normal premiere in Glasgow

David Tennant has said he felt like he had gone "full circle" as he attended the world premiere of his latest film Mad To Be Normal in Glasgow.

Celebs

Meghan Markle beats boyfriend Prince Harry on most eligible party guests list

Meghan Markle has received the thumbs-up from society magazine Tatler.

Celebs

BBC film maker quizzed by Japanese police over child sex documentary

Film maker Stacey Dooley was held by Japanese police for two hours during a visit to the country for a new documentary investigating child sexual exploitation.

Celebs

Casey Affleck blasts 'abhorrent' Trump policies at Spirit awards show

Casey Affleck has criticised US president Donald Trump's "abhorrent" policies as he was named best actor at the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards on the eve of the Oscars.

Celebs

Stars arrive on red carpet ahead of politically charged Oscars

Stars are arriving on the red carpet at the Oscars where musical La La Land could make history after earning a record-equalling 14 nominations.

Celebs

Standing ovation for best supporting actress winner Viola Davis

Viola Davis has received a standing ovation and cheers as she won the best supporting actress Oscar for her role in Fences.

National

Mel and Sue: Running out of Bake Off puns showed we had to leave

Former Great British Bake Off presenters Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc have admitted that running out of kitchen-based puns showed them it was time to move on from the show.

Celebs

Lily Allen tells of PTSD anguish after stillbirth

Lily Allen has revealed she has suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after the stillbirth of her son.

Celebs

Britney Spears's niece 'fully recovered' after all-terrain vehicle pond crash

Britney Spears's niece has "fully recovered" after she was injured in an accident in an all-terrain vehicle, her mother has said.

Celebs

Call The Midwife anti-FGM campaigner launches fundraising drive in Somaliland

An anti-female genital mutilation campaigner who worked with Call The Midwife on a storyline has launched a fundraising drive to help cut maternal mortality rates in Somaliland.

Celebs

Actress Shannen Doherty playing 'waiting game' in cancer fight

Hollywood actress Shannen Doherty has said she has finished chemotherapy and is playing the "waiting game" to see if she has beaten breast cancer.

Celebs

EastEnders images reveal Denise Fox agonising over adoption papers

Pictures from EastEnders show the tense moment Denise Fox gets ready to give her child up for adoption.

Celebs

Saturday Night Takeaway proves hit with more viewers than TV rivals

The return of Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway proved one of the most post popular shows of the evening, bringing in millions more viewers than both Let It Shine and The Voice UK.

Celebs

Martin Kemp: Tinnitus driving me crazy after 40 years in music industry

Let It Shine judge Martin Kemp has blamed almost 40 years in the music industry for a maddening case of tinnitus.

Celebs

Don't babble on about politics, Oscar winners urged by British director

The British director of an Oscar best film nominee has urged this year's winners not to "babble" on about political issues.

Celebs

That's your lot, says Sound of the Sixties presenter Brian Matthew

Radio 2 presenter Brian Matthew has said he is "saddened to leave" as he signed off as host of the long-running Sound Of The Sixties programme.

Celebs
Load more