The changeover in the White House has understandably dominated headlines this week, but there have still been plenty of updates from the entertainment world.
Paul Reed, of the Association of Independent Festivals, said the Government needs to intervene over the issue of insurance for music events.
The 84-year-old festival organiser and farmer has said the 250,000 people who attend Glastonbury is too many people to allow for social distancing.
The singer believes she will need to work to build her confidence back up to perform again.
This year’s festival, which was scheduled to take place this weekend, was to be a celebration marking 50 years since its inception in 1970.
The 'Hello' singer suffered from a serious bout of stage fright before performing at the festival, says Jo Whiley.
Professor Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer for England, warned there could be a “social cost” from the virus.
The ex-Beatle has previously talked about the possibility that he will perform at the 50th anniversary event.
Brandi Cyrus has revealed that her sister Miley's plane almost crashed two times on its way into Glastonbury Festival.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn wished grime artist Stormzy luck ahead of his headline performances at Glastonbury this weekend.
Janet Jackson appearance at this year's Glastonbury was announced last week, alongside The Killers, Kylie, The Cure and Stormzy.