Slaves and Catfish & The Bottlemen have been announced to headline a brand new London Festival. The English punk duo and indie rockers will be joined by The Wombats, The Hunna and Darlia at Community on Saturday July 1, in what has been hailed as a “one day celebration of the best in new music”. Fickele Friends and Red Faces complete the lineup for the music extravaganza which is set to take place in Finsbury Park.
Is Trinny Woodall Okay? The fashion guru gave her Facebook followers more than they signed up when she flashed her boob during a live stream. Trinny presents the fashion segment with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on the ITV show and appeared more giddy and distracted than usual yesterday, and even disgusted viewers, when she suddenly spat on the studio floor.
The world stands to benefit from Kanye West and Drake being friends. The signs looked good in 2016, with the pair even sharing a stage together and publicly declaring their mutual respect, but then Kanye soured things by saying during his Saint Pablo Tour (aka Rant Season) that his songs were “overplayed” (below). Drake was pretty confused, as the last thing he knew they were working on an album together.
Trinny Woodall hasn't had a good week after a fashion mishap during a Q&A session and then an odd appearance on This Morning:
Liv Tyler is brushing up on British history for her latest project — a BBC drama about the Gunpowder Plot. The American actress starts work today on the three-part mini-series, which focuses on the events leading up to the failed plot to kill King James I at Parliament in 1605. “Obviously I’ve heard people talk about Guy Fawkes and I was here this year for Bonfire Night, but I never really knew what it meant.
Noel Gallagher's daughter has revealed she dispenses dating advice to Brooklyn Beckham. Model Anaïs Gallagher, 17, denied she was romantically involved with Brooklyn, eldest son of fashion designer Victoria and former footballer David. Instead she said she had a “brother and sister” relationship with the 17-year-old, a fellow sixth-former at the Fine Arts College in Belsize Park.