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Dolly Parton is the latest celebrity to announce she has been vaccinated against Covid-19.
The Duchess of Sussex is “saddened” by a report she faced a bullying complaint during her time at Kensington Palace, her spokesman said.
An £8,000 giveaway run by reality TV personality Molly-Mae Hague broke promotion rules, a watchdog has said.
Emily Atack has said she has a “tricky” relationship with social media.
Last year saw the highest level of growth in the music, video and gaming market ever to occur in the UK, according to the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA).
Suzanne Shaw has said she has “struggled” with depression and anxiety for nearly two decades.
Dolly Parton has been inoculated by the Covid-19 vaccine she helped to fund.
Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live show is scheduled to return to the theatre in London this spring.
Michaela Coel and Eddie Redmayne are among the stars backing a campaign to raise money for the Theatre Artists Fund ahead of the anniversary of theatres closing.
Museums and cultural institutions should not allow themselves to be “pushed around by the zeitgeist of the day” when representing the country’s national heritage, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has said.
Bunny Wailer, the reggae luminary who was the last surviving member of The Wailers, has died at the age of 73, his manager said.
Hilaria Baldwin has announced her new baby daughter is named Lucia.
National Pie Week: I fell in love with pastry treats at the age of eight – and 40 years later my eyes are still on the pies
As National Pie Week is the focus for veggie and meat-filled pastry product enthusiasts, pie aficionado Brian Stormont explains his enduring love for the Scottish favourite.
Eurovision contestants will be obliged to take regular Covid-19 tests and must stay in their hotel except when they travel to the arena, according to new health and safety rules published ahead of the competition.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw and David Oyelowo will star in an adaptation of psychological thriller The Girl Before for BBC One.
Organisers of Coventry’s £30 million UK City of Culture 2021 festival have no plans to further delay the showcase amid the Covid-19 pandemic as they revealed more details about the packed programme.
The Isle of Wight Festival has been moved to September from its usual summer date.
BBC Three is to return as a broadcast TV channel in 2022, the corporation has announced.
Former Love Island star Amber Davies and Olympian Louis Smith will star in the musical stage version of cheerleading film Bring It On when the show opens in London later this year.
The timing of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey is “horrendous” and the screening should be postponed while the Duke of Edinburgh is unwell, a PR expert has said.
The BBC has opened applications for the Felix Dexter bursary for black, Asian and other ethnic minority comedy writers.
Six Dr Seuss books will no longer be published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves the author’s legacy has said.
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Reality TV star James Argent says he has booked “life-changing” surgery which he hopes will help him lose weight after he reached 27 stone during lockdown.
Little Mix have spoken of a “new dawn” in their first cover interview as a trio.
Brother and sister duo Dale and Jodie Barbour have pushed themselves to make a success of their business, and as a result, have employed their first staff member - their mum.
Bruce Springsteen, Kylie Minogue and Ed Sheeran are among the stars who have paid tribute to the influential Australian music promoter Michael Gudinski, following his death aged 68.
Pop star Halsey has hit out at speculation around her pregnancy and said it was “100% planned”.
Gwyneth Paltrow shared a sweet tribute to husband Brad Falchuk as she celebrated his 50th birthday.
Britney Spears shared a rare picture with her teenage sons, describing herself as “incredibly lucky”.