Christopher Eccleston has spoken more about his 'blacklisting' from the BBC, following his departure from Doctor Who in 2005.
Jessie J is at her best when she isn’t trying. Performing at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the singer born Jessica Cornish is clearly determined to regain her status as a leading UK pop artist. Vocally, there are few British pop acts who can match her: she has a pop-friendly fluidity but also sneaks in a grittier rock edge, with the kind of controlled growls, snarls, whistles and melismatic swoops that Christina Aguilera would applaud.
Spare a thought for Mumford & Sons. “They look like f***ing Amish people,” Liam Gallagher famously said. This drift towards a War on Drugs-like sound, the critics argued, was hardly the big gamble Mumford & Sons claimed, given how massive their following is in the US.
Susanna Reid has admitted she misses alcohol as she can no longer get involved in downing shots on a night out. The Good Morning Britain presenter, 47, scrapped alcohol from her diet in a bid to lower her BMI after doctors warned her she was at the top end.
Cheryl left fans picking their jaws up off the floor after she shared a snap of herself in red for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday.
The singer and actress headed to a shelter to visit victims of the raging wildfires which have claimed the lives of 50 people. Documenting her "act of kindness" on Instagram she told fans: “I'm on my way now to a shelter in California to be with people who have evacuated their homes.
Jade Thirlwall sparked concern among Little Mix fans after she started crying during an intimate gig in London. The four-piece were performing their hit single Only You when a visibly emotional Thirlwall struggled to sing as she fought back tears at the Dalston event. The 25-year-old went to sing the lyric “One brick at a time we watched it fall” but faltered midway as bandmates Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock encouraged fans to sing for them.
Eddie returns to play Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
A collaboration of leading conservatories will seek to promote training and financial support for the specialised art.
It's hard to believe we're almost at the end of Music Box series four, already! We have three sessions left to go, including this week's episode with the lovely Madison Beer. The US singer shot to fame after receiving praise from fellow pop artist Justin Bieber. Madison dropped into the Music Box studio as she was visiting the UK, and gave us two lovely, intimate renditions of her songs "Dead" and "Home With You".
The band performed their last gig of the tour in Berlin last night (Tuesday 13 November), and Twitter account @U2gigs – which frequently provides updates, news and coverage of the band's shows – was first to report the frontman's comment. "We've been on the road for quite some time, just going on 40 years, and this last four years have been really something very special for us," Bono reportedly said. Bono: "we've been on the road for quite some time, just going on 40 years, and this last 4 years have been really something very special for us.