The 30-year-old actor is appealing against a ruling preventing him from changing accounting dates to shield earnings from a higher tax rate.
The Christmas number one is a festive tradition dating all the way back to 1952, and landing the top spot on December 25 will be a dream for any artist. In recent years, the likes of Ed Sheeran, Clean Bandit and a whole host of X Factor winners have climbed to the top of the festive charts, but who will be battling it out for the coveted number one position in 2018? From Ariana Grande to I'm A Celebrity's Nick Knowles, here's everything you need to know about this year's contenders.
Neil Young has revealed that his Hyde park co-headline show with Bob Dylan this summer will go ahead, after it was confirmed Barclays will not sponsor the show. Following the announcement of the show for the Barclaycard British Summertime Festival, Young questioned the partnership with the “fossil fuel funding entity”, saying “This doesn’t work for me”. The singer, who is an active environmentalist that supports anti-fracking charities, said the announcement had been a “massive f*** up” and that they were working to rectify the situation.
Dani Dyer has broken her silence on claims she has split with Jack Fincham, telling fans she is very much in love with the former pen salesman. The 22-year-old posted an emotional Instagram last week announcing that she had split with Fincham after “realising things were not meant to be long term” , four months after their Love Island win.
It was previously reported that the pressure of the final stages of the competition was getting to the pair.
A new Ariana Grande single is set to be released this week, and opened up about some of the messages on her most recent album. The singer announced on social media that "Imagine" will make its debut at midnight on 14 December, 2019 – this coming Friday. Grande also shared more on the meaning of her album Sweetener, which came out in August, two months before Grande and SNL comedian Pete Davidson called off their engagement.
Ant McPartlin will be making his return to TV for the next series of Britain’s Got Talent, according to Declan Donnelly. McPartlin was planning to take a year off from his TV work while he dealt with problems surrounding addiction, but it sounds like he’ll be back sooner than expected. Britain’s Got Talent will begin filming its first auditions for the next series just after Christmas, for six days from January 18 at the London Palladium.
Chrissy Teigen has reached out to UK fans to help educate her on UK politics – and everyone can relate. Fans and celebrities including Myleene Klass and Sue Perkins sympathised, telling Teigen they can’t “grasp” it either.
Other programmes that boosted the broadcaster’s overall audience share this year include I’m A Celebrity and the World Cup coverage.