Former S Club 7 singer Paul Cattermole has thanked fans after he managed to sell an old BRIT Award for over £66,000 on eBay. Cattermole listed his Best Newcomer statuette on the online auction site to help ‘pay his bills’ and raked in the impressive sum.
Seal has strongly denied an allegation of sexual battery made against him by a former neighbour, who claims the singer groped her at his LA home. Actress Tracey Birdsall alleges that Seal lunged at her as they chatted in the kitchen of his Los Angeles house back in 2016. A representative for Seal told TMZ - who obtained the story – that “Seal vehemently denies the recent allegations made against him by a former neighbour for alleged misconduct more than a year ago.
The ex-soldier has suggested there may be an all-female version of his popular programme in the future.
The star, 51, nominated for her film Kidnap, wore a Reem Acra gown to the ceremony in Pasadena, California on Monday night. Berry turned heads as she posed for photographers on the red carpet before mingling with a host of stars inside, one of whom was Laverne Cox. The Orange is the New Black actress fan-girled Berry, who she described as an “inspiration”.
Maxine Peake wrote herself into Mike Leigh’s new film — by sending the director a postcard asking for a part. The actress was determined to land a role in the film, about the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in Manchester. Peake, 43, who was born near Bolton, said: “I’ve done tiny bits with Mike over the years but only a day here or a day there so I’ve been waiting years.
Ed Sheeran has been named in a plagiarism lawsuit by two writers of a hit song by Australian country music star, Jasmine Rae. Sean Carey and Beau Golden filed a lawsuit in New York last week alleging that a song co-written by Sheeran titled The Rest Of Our Life – which was for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill – was an “almost note for note copy” of Rae’s When I Found You, written by the plaintiffs.
Michelle Keegan has revealed she is looking for work in Hollywood so that she can be closer to husband Mark Wright. The Our Girl actress jetted off to LA with her other half after Christmas and is keen to find her next job in the US, after years spent on British television. The duo spent eight months apart last year while Keegan filmed the BBC drama, so now the 30-year-old soap actress is looking for acting work in La La Land.
The dad of a child who was killed in an IRA bombing has praised Dolores O’ Riordan’s song ‘Zombie’ – which was written about the 1993 incident in Warrington, Cheshire. Colin Parry, whose son Tim lost his life during the terror tragedy aged just 12, said that he only realised The Cranberries song ‘Zombie’ was about the attack after discovering the band’s lead singer has suddenly passed away in London.
BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern served up a hilarious clap back to reports that she is pregnant.
Vicky Pattison has postponed her wedding for one after admitting she’s “not ready to be a wife”. The former Geordie Shore star became engaged to fiancé John Noble in July last year and had planned to have their lavish wedding ceremony on the same date this year. Pattison, 30, recently moved to Newcastle with Noble but has now admitted that she is not ready to seal the deal with a walk down the aisle.