Ant and Dec say they are relieved to be back presenting another series of Saturday Night Takeaway.
A tearful Carol Vorderman has thanked the NHS after receiving her first coronavirus jab.
KSI has said he is aiming is to land a number one single.
Marcus Rashford has been awarded a Blue Peter badge – saying he “appreciates it greatly”.
Former Showaddywaddy star Dave Bartram has urged people to get vaccinated after his experience with Covid-19.
Rory Kinnear will star in ghost story The Mezzotint, written by Mark Gatiss, to air at Christmas on BBC Two.
Roger Taylor has described new obstacles posed by Brexit on musicians’ ability to tour in Europe as “a dreadful retrograde step”.
Jo Whiley has said it “couldn’t be crueller” that her sister, who has learning difficulties and diabetes, was offered the vaccine after she was already “fighting for her life” with Covid.
Olivia Colman, Felicity Jones and Jenna Coleman are among the stars sporting t-shirts designed by British illustrator Charlie Mackesy to raise money for Comic Relief.
Zara McDermott has told how she faced abuse from strangers in the street after becoming the victim of revenge porn aged 14.
Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Patrick Stewart and Dame Julie Walters have joined some of the biggest names in British theatre to urge Boris Johnson to secure visa-free EU travel for artists.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid tribute to Sydney Devine following reports of his death, describing him as a “true legend” of Scottish entertainment.
Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan become drag queens in their TV show.
Scottish actor James McAvoy, actress Daisy Ridley and TV presenter Stacey Dooley are among the twenty celebrities who have signed up for The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer.
Comedy duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer were threatened at gunpoint during a road trip in California.
Actor Elliot Page has filed for divorce from wife Emma Portner, court records have shown.
Tom Allen has said he thinks people have become more interested in artisanal skills as a result of the pandemic.
Dancing On Ice star Graham Bell says his professional partner could be back on the rink by week four after she was injured during training.
Piers Morgan has admitted he plays up to his combative TV persona but that at home he is a “sea of serenity”.
Peaky Blinders’ creator has said the hit drama will be turned into a movie.
Dame Mary Berry has said she was “so pleased” to receive the coronavirus vaccination after suffering from polio as a child.
The Crown stars Josh O’Connor and Emma Corrin have been nominated at the Critics Choice Awards for their depiction of a royal marriage in crisis.
Anita Rani has made her debut as a new host of Woman’s Hour.
Gwyneth Paltrow has said she does not feel comfortable with fame as she reflected on her decision to step back from Hollywood.
Tottenham fan Adele has come out of Twitter hibernation to send her love to Chorley after the non-league side continued to use one of her hits as their victory song.
Dame Barbara Windsor’s has been laid to rest with flowers spelling out Babs, The Dame and Saucy adorning her coffin and a topless photo from her Carry On days included in the order of service.
Dame Barbara Windsor’s husband has been joined by close friends and family at a private funeral for the beloved actress, with flowers spelling out Babs, The Dame and Saucy adorning her coffin.
The funeral of Dame Barbara Windsor is due to take place in London.
Growth in streaming last year helped drive revenues in the UK music market to its highest total since 2006, according to a trade body.
Ted Danson has discussed his admiration for his wife Mary Steenburgen.