Entertainment News

February 09, 2018

Ariana Grande enjoys 'magical' return to UK

US singer shines during her first full concert in Britain since the Manchester attack in 2017.

He-Man: Clerks director Kevin Smith to revive 80s series for Netflix

A new anime version of the early 80s cartoon and toy franchise is heading for the streaming service.

Ed Sheeran exhibition in Ipswich features college drop-out letter

A letter informing the future global superstar that he got all Fs in his music course is on show.

Edinburgh Fringe: Tourette's charity wants apology over award-winning joke

People with the condition are angered after Olaf Falafel's gag won an award following a public vote.

Elton John defends Harry and Meghan's use of private jets

The singer said he lent his private plane to the royal pair - but he paid to carbon offset the trip.

MTV VMAs: How Missy Elliott broke the music video mould

The rapper is set to win the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs next month.

Strictly Come Dancing's Neil and Katya Jones announce split

Neil and Katya Jones were the focus of a media storm after she and Strictly partner Seann Walsh kissed.

R Kelly misses court hearing in Chicago after transport mix-up

The R&B singer's lawyer says moving him is a "large undertaking" after he misses a hearing.

Martin Freeman drama: 'A moral conundrum for our age'

Writer Jeff Pope and actor Martin Freeman discuss the pressures of dramatising a real-life tragedy.

Elrow: Creating the 'most colourful party in the world'

Since being started nine years ago, Elrow events have reached every continent in the world.

Beautycon, SneakerCon, VidCon: The new-age conventions

From make-up to sneakers, niche meet-ups are attracting thousands of people a year.

Unheard George Michael song to feature in Christmas film

Last Christmas, which stars Emilia Clarke, will feature unreleased music from the late singer.

Artist Adam Riches: 'I turned drawing doodles into a career'

Adam Riches rediscovered a love for drawing and has turned doodling into an art career.

'Calling yourself a female conductor is unusual'

The Welsh National Opera has appointed a new female conductor in residence to raise the profile of women in orchestral music.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: When Leonardo DiCaprio got fired and Brad Pitt almost did

The stars of Quentin Tarantino's latest film share stories from the early days of their careers.

When Bob Dylan played the Isle of Wight Festival in 1969

It's been 50 years since two brothers booked the US singer-songwriter to play at the English festival.

Online rapping challenge to fight knife crime

Hundreds of people have joined an online challenge by rapping against knife crime.


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