Love Island’s Marcel Somerville signs book deal

Love Island fans who have been paging Dr Marcel for romantic advice will have their questions answered now the reality star has signed a book deal.

Larry Lamb

Larry Lamb: Gavin & Stacey film is a distinct possibility

Larry Lamb has said he thinks there is a “distinct possibility” that Gavin & Stacey will return, but on the big screen rather than as a TV series.


Justin Bieber caught on camera hitting paparazzo with his pick-up truck

Justin Bieber reportedly hit a photographer with his car as he attempted to leave church in Beverly Hills.


EastEnder Linda Carter to return to the soap next month

EastEnders fans will see Linda Carter back in Albert Square within weeks.


Marcus Mumford to star in celebrity Grenfell football match as he hits out at ‘shambolic’ response

Marcus Mumford has slammed the “shambolic” initial response to the Grenfell Tower fire as he announced a charity football game raising funds for survivors.

Sir David Attenborough

Sir David Attenborough marks Natural History Unit 60th at Edinburgh TV Festival

Sir David Attenborough will join the line-up for this year’s Edinburgh International TV Festival as he celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Natural History Unit (NHU).


X Factor’s Honey G feared ‘homophobic’ backlash if she revealed sexuality on ITV show

X Factor star Honey G feared a homophobic backlash if she outed herself as a lesbian during her controversial stint on the ITV show.

Ed Sheeran and Stormzy

Ed Sheeran and Stormzy to battle it out for Mercury Prize

Ed Sheeran will face off with friend and collaborator Stormzy in the battle for this year’s Mercury Prize.


Sex And The City’s Jason Lewis talks taking on roles that are more than ‘mindless entertainment’

Actor Jason Lewis has shared his belief that fantasy television provides one of the best antidotes to a political climate that can leave people feeling ostracised.

Love Island

Montana Brown went on Love Island to ‘open doors’ in the public eye

Love Island contestant Montana Brown has said she went on the dating programme in order to “open some doors” for her in the media industry, and to make a difference.


Arundhati Roy’s first novel in two decades longlisted for Man Booker prize

Arundhati Roy’s first novel in 20 years, The Ministry Of Utmost Happiness, could earn her a second Man Booker Prize after it was longlisted for the prestigious prize.

Mercury Prize 2017

Mercury Prize nominations: Who is in the running?

This year’s nominees for the Mercury Prize include two previous winners, and several newcomers who are readying themselves to make their mark on the music industry.

Elisabeth Moss and Jane Campion

Elisabeth Moss: Second series of Top Of The Lake was even more challenging

Elisabeth Moss has said it would have been pointless to make a second series of Top Of The Lake if it had not been more challenging than the show’s first run.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet

Titanic reunion for Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Billy Zane

Titanic stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Billy Zane reunited at a charity gala 20 years after the hit film’s release.

Elisabeth Moss

Crime drama Top Of The Lake returns to BBC Two

Elisabeth Moss’s Detective Robin Griffin has another gripping mystery on her hands as critically acclaimed drama Top Of The Lake returns for a second series.


Mercury Prize judge Ella Eyre defends Ed Sheeran inclusion on shortlist

Pop star Ella Eyre has defended Ed Sheeran’s inclusion on the Mercury Prize shortlist.

Mercury Prize 2017

Stormzy ‘giving God the glory’ as he receives Mercury Prize nod

The nominees for the Mercury Prize 2017 have reacted with joy at being named on the prestigious award’s shortlist.

Jason Bateman

Jennifer Aniston praises ‘fantastic partner in crime’ Jason Bateman at Hollywood star ceremony

Jennifer Aniston praised Jason Bateman as a “fantastic partner in crime” as the Arrested Development actor was presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation grants £1 million to 28 UK stage projects

Aspiring performers and theatre-makers across the country will receive a cash boost as the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation awards more than £1 million to 28 different projects.

Alesha Dixon

Alesha Dixon urges action on child marriage

Alesha Dixon is urging the public to help end child marriage after visiting Ghana and hearing “heart-breaking” stories of what many young girls are forced to endure.

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