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Ryan Cleary has become the first male contestant to leave ITV2 reality show Survival Of The Fittest.
The Voice’s Olly Murs risked waiting until the final contestant to finalise his team as the blind audition stage of the competition came to an end.
Idris Elba and Kate Moss were among the celebrities at Burberry’s London Fashion Week show as outgoing president Christopher Bailey presented his final collection for the fashion house.
“I may grow older, but I will never cave in” – Morrissey said it at the end of this gig, the performance proved it.
After almost two years of constant touring, Irish chart-stars The Script were nearing burn-out.
Girls star Lena Dunham has thanked fans for their support after she revealed she had undergone a total hysterectomy.
The studio co-founded by disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein has sacked its chief operating officer.
Oscar-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren has confessed to feeling insecure on a daily basis and says she has never “felt beautiful”.
Susan Sarandon has blamed Hollywood’s “corporate takeover” for racism, sexism and ageism in the industry.
Campaigners took inspiration from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri to call for gun control in the wake of a school shooting that killed 17.
Top Gear host Matt LeBlanc has suggested the current presenting team takes a different approach to their predecessors when working abroad.
Survival Of The Fittest’s Warren Phillips broke down in tears as he celebrated his 30th birthday on the reality TV show.
Plastic bottles could be banned at Glastonbury Festival from next year, co-organiser Emily Eavis has said.
The family of EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa have paid tribute to the actress as her final scenes on the soap aired.
EastEnders fans were left “heartbroken” after much-loved character Lauren Branning made her final appearance on the soap as her sister Abi was laid to rest.
Canadian musician Drake spent a near one million US dollar (£713,000) budget for his God’s Plan music video to individuals and organisations across Miami.
Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis has pledged the festival’s continued support for Oxfam after the charity was engulfed in an aid worker sex scandal.
The Greatest Showman soundtrack batted away competition from indie rockers The Wombats to claim a sixth straight week at the top of the album chart.
Real-life father and son Edward and Freddie Fox will play a fictional father and son in a new production of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband.
Jennifer Lawrence takes the bull by the horns as a Russian spy in white-knuckle espionage thriller Red Sparrow.
Professor Stephen Hawking is to star in a guest role in Radio 4’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy: Hexagonal Phase.
The Duchess of Cambridge has reflected on the importance of “appreciating childhood while it lasts” as she collaborated with the National Portrait Gallery on its exhibition on Victorian photography.
Mahershala Ali, Emma Stone and Viola Davis have been confirmed as presenters for this year’s Oscars.
This week, Ben Catley-Richardson checks out Kingdom Come: Deliverance on PC and Bayonetta 1/2 on Switch, before revving up Monster Energy Supercross and stepping into the ring with EA Sports UFC3 on Xbox One.
Love Island star Olivia Attwood has confirmed that she and Chris Hughes have ended their relationship, and that their “raw” split will be broadcast on their spin-off show.
Britain is poised to overtake the United States at this Sunday’s Baftas and set a new record for the highest number of wins in the best actor category.
This week: Sally Hawkins plays a mute janitor, who falls in love with an aquatic creature, in Guillermo del Toro's Oscar-nominated romance THE SHAPE OF WATER And Wakandan king T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) faces a bloody coup staged by fierce rival Erik "Killmonger" Stevens (Michael B Jordan) in the Marvel Comics adventure BLACK PANTHER.
The lucrative Marvel Comics universe will expand exponentially in the next 12 months.
Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro recaptures the visual splendour and simmering menace of his Oscar-winning 2006 fantasy Pan's Labyrinth with a swoon-inducing reimagining of the Beauty And The Beast fairy tale set in 1962 Baltimore.
Aberdeen audiences will act as jury to establish the guilt or innocence of an accused at The Lemon Tree this week.