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Katy Perry gets charity award for her work with children from Hillary Clinton
Katy Perry's been given a humanitarian award by the woman she supported during the US presidential campaign - Hillary Clinton. The politician, who was defeated by Donald Trump, got a standing ovation as she walked onstage in New York. Unicef's Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award was handed to the singer in recognition of her work with vulnerable children and as a goodwill ambassador. Hillary's appearance at the Snowflake Ball was a surprise to most people. She has only made one other public ap...
Catherine Zeta-Jones takes aim at paparazzi with 'better' bikini photos
Most people can relate to the horror of seeing an unflattering photo that someone else has posted online. For celebrities who are pursued by paparazzi, that is a common occurrence. After seeing dodgy snaps of herself taken on a Mexican beach, Catherine Zeta-Jones decided to beat the paparazzi at their own game. She enlisted husband Michael Douglas to take his own photos of her in her bikini, which she posted with an angry message aimed at press photographers. In her indignant Instagra...
The Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson's first show since Top Gear praised
The first episode of The Grand Tour, Jeremy Clarkson's first TV series since exiting Top Gear, has been given rave reviews by critics. The show launched on the Amazon Prime streaming service on Thursday evening. It is the first programme to be fronted by Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May since they parted company with the BBC last year. Writing in The Evening Standard, Ben Travis described it as a "stunningly beautiful show". "If The Grand Tour is basically Top Gear with...
Brad Pitt 'abusive behaviour investigation closed'
An investigation into whether actor Brad Pitt was abusive towards his son in September has ended with no finding of wrongdoing, US media report. Social workers in Los Angeles had been examining claims Mr Pitt hit his 15-year-old son Maddox on a private jet. His wife Angelina Jolie filed for divorce the day after the incident. They had been married for two years, but together for more than a decade. Mr Pitt is seeking joint custody of their six children. A spokesman for the LA Department of C...
US election 2016: Celebrities react to Donald Trump victory
Celebrities have been reacting to the election of Donald Trump as US president, with many in showbusiness shocked at the outcome of the vote. Singer Cher said "the world will never be the same", while pop star Ariana Grande said she was "in tears". Others remained more upbeat, with Madonna tweeting: "We never give up". But his supporters were celebrating, including actor Stephen Baldwin, who tweetedthat he was "proud to have been part of such amazing history". A...
Prince Harry condemns press 'abuse' of girlfriend
Prince Harry has confirmed US actress Meghan Markle is his girlfriend, in a statement from Kensington Palace attacking the media for subjecting her to a "wave of abuse and harassment". The statement said the couple were "a few months into a relationship" and it was "not right" that Ms Markle should be subjected to such treatment. It said the prince rarely took formal action over "fictional stories". "But the past week has seen a line crossed," it added. In recent days a number of n...
Robbie Williams reunites with Take That at Brit Awards gig
Robbie Williams has reunited with his Take That bandmates at a special concert in London. The group appeared to give Williams his Brits Icon award and joined him for a rendition of their hits Back For Good and The Flood. "Rob, whether you like it or not, you will always be a member of Take That," said Howard Donald. The concert - in honour of Williams' Brit Award - was filmed by ITV and will be screened at a later date. The star is only the third artist to receive the Icon award af...
MTV Europe Music Awards turns its trophies purple in memory of Prince
Justin Bieber topped this year's MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) winning three prizes. The Canadian singer, who wasn't at the show in the Netherlands, beat Adele to best song for his track Sorry. Justin Bieber also picked up the biggest fans' title - the third year in a row he's collected it - after a vote on Twitter and Instagram and won in the best Canadian act category. The ceremony in Rotterdam paid tribute to Prince with purple trophies. The star died aged 57 in April after being found c...
Brad Pitt seeks joint custody in divorce from Angelina Jolie
Actor Brad Pitt is seeking joint custody of his six children in his split from Angelina Jolie, court filings show. The move comes after Ms Jolie asked for full physical custody of all the children, who are aged eight to 15. Ms Jolie cited "irreconcilable differences" when she filed to end the marriage on 19 September. Reports suggest that Mr Pitt is being investigated over an incident with his eldest son Maddox on a plane. A child welfare agency in Los Angeles is examining what happened duri...
Robbie Williams sympathises with Justin Bieber over screaming fans
Robbie Williams says he sympathises with Justin Bieber, after the Canadian pop star reprimanded audiences for screaming at his concerts. "I saw that online," Williams told the BBC. "I get where he's coming from." "I find it difficult forming words in my head without an audience. So when there's 16,000 people screaming at you while you're trying to talk, I get it." But he said Bieber was wrong to scold his fans: "You've got to do it with humour or you don't do it at all." Bieber's U...
Sting to reopen Paris's Bataclan before attack anniversary
British singer Sting is to reopen the Bataclan music venue in Paris the day before the first anniversary of the attack that killed 90 concertgoers. The former Police frontman will perform there on Saturday 12 November. He said he wanted to "remember and honour those who lost their lives" and "to celebrate the life and the music that this historic theatre represents". The venue has been shut since Islamist gunmen stormed a gig by US rock band Eagles of Death Metal last November. Three heavily...
Mila Kunis felt 'objectified' after Hollywood producer asked her to pose semi-naked
Mila Kunis says that a film producer threatened to end her career after she refused to pose semi-naked. The star said the man told her she'd "never work" in Hollywood again if she didn't take part in the magazine shoot. In an open letter published on A Plus, Mila Kunis said she felt "objectified". "Throughout my career, there have been moments when I have been insulted, sidelined, paid less, creatively ignored, and otherwise diminished based on my gender," she writes. "I taught myself t...
Cheryl to be new face of Childline
Pop star Cheryl has been announced as the new face of the charity Childline. The ex-Girls Aloud singer will front a campaign film which sees her voice replaced by young people talking about their problems. It includes a boy too frightened to tell his dad he is gay and a teenage girl who talks about being sexually abused at home. The charity hopes the former X Factor judge will help bring its work to "a whole new audience". Founded by Dame Esther Rantzen in 1986, the organisation marked its 3...
Johnny Depp set for Fantastic Beasts role
Johnny Depp is set to have a role in the second Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film, due out in 2018. It has been reported that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor will also have a brief cameo in the first film, a spin-off from the Harry Potter Franchise. It is not yet known what role Depp will play in the fantasy series, which will revolve around a fictional author mentioned in the Harry Potter stories. The first Fantastic Beasts film opens in the UK and US on 18 November. ...
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