It’s not often that you get actual, genuine A-listers involving themselves in Celebrity Big Brother, no matter how friendly they are with some of the D-list contestants. The superstar has remained incredibly quiet about her brother’s involvement with Big Bro but after the Broadway star reached the final following Tuesday’s eviction, Ari took to social media to urge her dedicated followers to vote for Frankie. Sharing three short clips of herself and Frankie larking around, Ariana wrote: “I cannot thank my UK babes enough for supporting my bro @frankiejgrande on big brother UK.
The news comes after Britney was accused of lip syncing on Carpool Karaoke.
The book is set to give fans “a look at the remarkable writer and comedic mind hiding just beneath that character”.
Jennifer Lopez once sang ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’, but it has now cost her a relationship as she has reportedly split from her long-term boyfriend, Casper Smart, after five years. The Latin singer, 47, and her former back-up dancer, 29 – who have been together since 2011, despite a brief split in 2014 – have officially called time on their relationship but are still “on good terms”, according to reports.
Celebrities love The Great British Bake Off as much as the rest of the UK, and they took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
It’s not an episode of The Great British Bake Off without some saucy puns about baking.
Val Stones from The Great British Bake Off is an early favourite, mostly for her haphazard baking manner.
Mary Berry’s reaction to the use of gin and the word drizzle were both highlights.
The 47-year-old singer began dating her former backing dancer in 2011.
Dozens of fans gathered to watch the unveiling of the 6ft bronze sculpture at the Rainbow Bar and Grill on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip.
Fay Ripley has admitted she wanted to be killed off from Cold Feet.
John Thomson has some emotional storylines in the Cold Feet reboot.
The ITV drama about three couples is returning for a sixth series 13 years after it ended.
The Stonewall co-founder shared the first gay kiss in British soap history.
Former child star Amanda Bynes took a six-month break from Twitter and has reassured her fans she’s doing well at school.
Nadiya is back on our screens with her new TV show and boy does she have a lot of fans.
Jennifer Holliday is to play Shug Avery on Broadway.
Actress and comedian Leslie Jones’ website was apparently targeted by hackers.
Shane Smith delivered the 2016 James MacTaggart Memorial Lecture at the Edinburgh International TV Festival.
James Corden told his Twitter followers how proud he is of his little sister.
American Gods is to be shown in the UK on Amazon Prime Video in 2017.
Once upon a time, way way back in 2010, several of Hollywood’s hottest leading actors were in talks to play the iconic Marvel superhero…
The sitcoms centre around living through the Troubles in Northern Ireland, and the struggles of dating in London.
The broadcaster’s controller has spoken about revealing the salaries of top earners and addressed rumours about the corporation ‘losing’ Bake Off.
Kate Thornton started her career as a journalist and worked as features editor at the Sunday Times before becoming the youngest ever editor of Smash Hits magazine aged just 22 in 1995. The 43-year-old star - who has eight-year-old son Ben with her ex, DJ Darren Emerson - later turned her hand at TV presenting, fronting the likes of Top of the Pops, Don’t Try This at Home and Pop Idol: Extra before becoming the first host of The X Factor in 2004. Kate went on to host the programme from 2004 until 2007 when she was sensationally sacked by show boss Simon Cowell.