Countdown star Rachel Riley has been blasted by Noel Edmonds for fronting an advert for Lloyds – the bank he is suing for £60 million. Riley signed up for the campaign, with Mental Health UK, to encourage people to speak about their mental health. Edmonds launched an attack on Riley, demanding she pay back any fees she received from a company he claims destroys lives on a “military scale”.
One of Linkin Park's most iconic songs was "Numb", released in 2003. The song managed to reach number 14 in the UK, becoming a huge hit among fans.
Throughout his career, Chester Bennington penned multiple phenomenal songs with the band, leading to five number one albums in the US: Meteora, Minutes to Midnight, A Thousand Suns, Living Things, and One More Light. Arguably containing the most Linkin Park of opening lines in the band’s canon, this is them at their most angst-ridden, the graphic depiction of distress and soul-baring emotion set them apart from their peers. For so many of their fans, this blunt approach to sentiment - from the lyrics themselves to Bennington’s drawn-out wail - really had an impact on them.
Madonna has posted a sweet picture of herself with son David at the orphanage she adopted him from 12 years ago. The Queen of Pop cuddled up to David as they returned to Malawi to visit the Home of Hope orphanage this week. Madonna can be seen with her arms wrapped around David with her eyes closed as he smiles for the camera.
Now That’s What I Call Music! has released its 100th edition, 35 years after the 1st CD came out.
Victoria Beckham needs to watch out – husband David’s got a new haircut and fans are begging to marry him. The ex-footballer, 43, was hailed a “legend” and “so handsome” after he unveiled his “summer trim” on Instagram on Thursday night.
Liam Gallagher has urged his brother Noel to stop "f****** about" and get their chart-topping band Oasis back together. In a tweet aimed at his elder brother, Liam, 45, said "I forgive you now let's get the BIG O back together". The message will bring hope to fans of the band behind a string of hits including Wonderwall and Don't Look Back In Anger.