Ginny And Georgia actress Antonia Gentry has thanked her fans for their “voices and inspiration” after the Netflix show was criticised by Taylor Swift online.
Will Smith has said he has been racially abused on a number of occasions.
A knifeman who stabbed a hillwalker in a random attack “just for the sake of killing somebody” has been convicted of murder after jurors rejected his claim of diminished responsibility.
Daisy May Cooper is to publish her memoir, titled Don’t Laugh. It Will Only Encourage Her.
Little Mix have spoken of a “new dawn” in their first cover interview as a trio.
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.
Britney Spears shared a rare picture with her teenage sons, describing herself as “incredibly lucky”.
Eddie Murphy has said race has “never” been an issue during his career in Hollywood.
Great Celebrity Bake Off contestant Stacey Dooley has admitted the last time she baked was at school.
Taylor Swift has hit out at the Netflix show Ginny And Georgia after it featured what she described as a “lazy” and “deeply sexist” joke about her.
A man was killed by a rooster with a blade tied to its leg during an illegal cockfight in southern India, police have said.
Jesy Nelson said she has previously “mentally bullied” herself in an effort to please others.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s methods for tackling long Covid have been criticised by an NHS medical director.
People in rural areas of the UK have reported huge jumps in speed after switching to Elon Musk’s satellite broadband service.
Boris Johnson has suggested journalists are “always abusing people”, as he said he left the profession because he felt “a bit guilty” over the criticism he doled out.
Tiger King star Carole Baskin said her late husband Don Lewis originally pretended to be someone else and used a fake name while he hid her from his wife.
Hugh Bonneville has said he hopes filming on a second Downton Abbey film begins this year so the feature can welcome audiences back into cinemas when they reopen.
Workers found a rare Roman millstone engraved with a penis during a road improvement project.
A highly-decorated police officer’s appeal against her conviction for having a child abuse video on her phone has been refused by the Court of Appeal.
A highly decorated police officer who was found guilty of having a child abuse video on her phone will challenge her conviction at the Court of Appeal.
A Plaid Cymru politician has been ordered to appear in court after she retweeted “highly inappropriate” comments on social media about a murder trial.
Liberal Democrat MSP Alex Cole-Hamilton has offered an unreserved apology to the Scottish Government’s children’s minister after apparently swearing at her during a Holyrood meeting.
An electrician has been cleared of the manslaughter of a seven-year-old boy who was electrocuted by a set of poorly installed lights while playing in a pub garden.
Stoke have condemned the online abuse of Republic of Ireland winger James McClean and said they “will continue to work with the authorities to bring the perpetrators to justice”.
The Football Association of Ireland has offered its support to James McClean after the Stoke winger suffered online abuse, with his wife revealing she once watched a match in fear after someone threatened to take a gun to the game.
Police were verbally abused after breaking up a lockdown-busting birthday party of 40 people at a city centre flat in Manchester.
A pensioner who strangled his wife to death five days into the first UK lockdown has been cleared of her murder.
Gordon Ramsay says he can change a nappy with his eyes closed after spending time at home during lockdown.
Celebrities from the worlds of music, film and TV are among the 15 million people in the UK to have received their first dose of a coronavirus jab.
Elina Svitolina says she had to remind herself she was playing at a grand slam after becoming the first player to win at a behind-closed-doors Australian Open.