Strictly Come Dancing professional Graziano Di Prima has defended head judge Shirley Ballas after Vick Hope suggested that she “relished” criticising her. Speaking on Monday, the Capital Breakfast DJ – who was eliminated from the show over the weekend – claimed that it felt like Ballas enjoyed taking aim at her and that she’d “never been spoken to like she did”. Shirley is an amazing teacher and a professional teacher before.
Coronation Street star Kym Marsh has said that she 'doesn't care' that co-star Jack P Shepherd is earning more than her on the veteran ITV soap.
An art student who made a gold Lil Wayne pendant has said it helped pay for her university fees after a friend of the US rapper bought it for a birthday present. Joy Bonfield-Colombara, who goes by the name Joy BC, told the BBC she was initially struggling to pay her £9,500-a-year course fees at the Royal College of Art in London. Ms Bonfield-Colombara hand carved the pendant into the likeness of Lil Wayne, including the artist's well-known teardrop tattoos.
Kylie Jenner is reportedly being sued over claims she copied her Born To Sparkle liquid gold eye shadow from another make-up brand. The 21-year-old launched the range as part of her birthday collection in August and has been blasted by Sheree Cosmetics who have accused her of copying the range. The company has reportedly claimed they were selling the same glitter eyeshadow a year earlier in October 2017 and are now believed to be taking the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star to court.
“Lean On”, her collaboration with Major Lazer and DJ Snake, broke every pop record imaginable – three times platinum, 2.4 billion hits on YouTube, and at one point the most-streamed song in Spotify history. Post “Lean On”, MØ found herself being carted around the world as a gold-standard star, working with the likes of Bleachers frontman and producer Jack Antonoff [Taylor Swift, Lorde, St Vincent] and performing at the ceremony for 2015’s Nobel Peace Prize. MØ’s past, after all, had been more punkish: her debut record, 2014’s No Mythologies to Follow, harboured the kind of oddball pop beloved by bloggers, even though it failed to break the Top 40.