Naomi Watts, Hugh Jackman and Madonna are among the stars trying to channel their frustrations during coronavirus lockdown.
The pop star said she remembered him as "funny, warm, loving and professional".
Madonna has offered to sublet her £5.5 million apartment in New York City to the Sussexes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Anything could happen on live TV - and no show proves that sentiment more than the Brit Awards.The ceremony is notorious for the - often booze-fuelled - antics of its guests and the chaos that ensues when they are allowed to be broadcast straight into the living rooms of thousands.There have been many memorable moments from the ceremony throughout the years with most of them awkward enough to make your skin crawl without even being in the room.Read more: All the snubs and surprises from the 2020 Brit Award nominationsThere really is no other ceremony quite the unruly music awards.
There’s never a dull moment in showbiz and this year was no exception, but there will always be some famous faces that manage to attract more attention than others.Sometimes it’s down to just enduring popularity but other times it’s a particular scandal that’s boosted someone’s profile,From millions of Yahoo searches in the UK, a clear top 10 of the most searched for stars has emerged, and here they are.
The 'Rocketman' singer recalled the time the Queen of Pop accused Gaga of ripping off her 1989 hit 'Express Yourself'.
Concertgoers were forced to lock their mobiles away in special cases that could only be opened in designated areas.
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer said she 'can admit a lot of things' but not that she was unfaithful to 'The Hunger Games' actor.
The Queen of Pop said: “Does it make you feel bad? Good, 'cause then maybe you will do something about it."
"I want to draw attention through my platform as an artist to a problem in America that is out of control and is taking the lives of innocent people. This crisis can end if our legislators act to change the laws that fail to protect us all."