Demi Lovato is reportedly heartbroken following reports that long-time best friend Selena Gomez suffered an emotional breakdown. Gomez has reportedly entered a treatment facility after suffering an “emotional breakdown” following a number of hospitalisations. A source told Hollywood life: “Demi’s heartbroken that Selena’s suffering like this.
Robbie Williams has proved there are no hard feelings between himself and his former Take That bandmates. Frontman Gary Barlow tweeted a picture of the Angels singer reading his memoir, A Better Me, in the bath. Williams can be seen flicking through the book while taking a relaxing soak.
Ariana Grande reportedly split from fiancé Pete Davidson over a week ago after he failed to support her after her ex Mac Miller’s death. The No Tears Left to Cry singer supposedly went to great lengths to keep her break-up under wraps and even supported Davidson at Saturday Night Live over the weekend to keep the news private, according to reports. "Ariana has been devastated and Pete couldn't handle it.
Is Whoopi Goldberg psychic? The View host predicts royal baby baptism day before official announcement.
DJ Jonas Blue has limited the number of big artists he works with to ensure fans focus on his music rather than just who he is collaborating with. The star, 29, said that despite working with singers such as Liam Payne and Joe Jonas, he has tried to maintain a “balance” on his new album, Blue.
Victoria Beckham has revealed that watching Elton John perform live inspired her not to reunite with the Spice Girls. The 44-year-old businesswoman opened up on the cover of Vogue Australia about how she has left her Posh Spice persona in the past. Speaking to the publication about the decision, she explained: “I was with Elton John this weekend and I told him.
Star Trek actor George Takei has hit out about how many actors still have to hide their sexuality if they want lead roles in Hollywood. Takei, below, a prominent LGBT activist, said gay men often felt they would not be considered for certain parts if they came out. The actor, 81, who played Hikaru Sulu in Star Trek, added: “I’m an actor who was closeted, so I understand why actors choose to stay in the closet.
Richard Curtis has told how his first choice for the lead role in Four Weddings and a Funeral was Alan Rickman – not Hugh Grant. The Love Actually writer opened up on the casting for the 1994 romantic comedy, admitting that despite finding Grant “annoying, too good-looking, and a bit posh”, he was outvoted on the decision. Speaking at Cheltenham Literary Festival, Curtis said: “We auditioned about 70 people for Hugh’s part.
Roger Daltrey claims his late bandmate Keith Moon once attacked him with a tambourine after he flushed The Who drummer's pills down the toilet. The singer, who has released his new memoir Thanks a Lot Mr Kibblewhite, revealed he was thought of as "the enemy" due to his clean-living behaviour in comparison to other members of the notoriously hedonistic rock band. Daltrey says he constantly fought with his bandmates Moon, Pete Townshend and John Entwistle, most typically over their drug use, including one fight which got him kicked out of the band in 1966.