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Taylor Swift denies 'approving' Kanye West's track Famous
Taylor Swift is accusing Kanye West and Kim Kardashian of "character assassination". It is after Kim posted a series of videos appearing to show her husband talking to the singer about his track Famous. They claim the footage proves Taylor had approved a controversial lyric about her. However, the 26-year-old's released a statement saying, "you cannot approve a song you haven't heard". This is the latest development in a high profile three-way feud involving the world's biggest popstar, rapp...
Star Wars: Rogue One's Darth Vader revealed in new trailer
The latest trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has given fans a long-awaited glimpse of Darth Vader. The trailer, shown to thousands of fans at the Star Wars Celebration event in London, ends with a shot of Vader and his trademark heavy breathing. Director Gareth Edwards revealed James Earl Jones, who voiced Vader in the original trilogy, will be back in the new film. The veteran actor recorded his dialogue in New York last December. Edwards said recording the dialogue had bee...
Sir Mick Jagger expecting eighth child
Rolling Stone Sir Mick Jagger is expecting his eighth child. A spokesman confirmed that the singer's girlfriend, 29-year-old American ballerina Melanie Hamrick, is pregnant. Sir Mick, 72, already has seven children whose ages range from 17 to 45 and he became a great-grandfather last year. The news comes two months after fellow Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood became a father again aged 68, after his wife Sally Humphreys had twin girls. Sir Mick began dating Hamrick after the suicide of L...
Nice attack: Rihanna cancels concert as entertainment figures mourn
Singer Rihanna has cancelled a concert in Nice in the wake of the Bastille Day attack that left at least 84 dead. The pop star's gig on Friday at the city's Allianz Stadium has been called off "due to the tragic events... and in consultation with the authorities". The Nice Jazz Festival, due to start on Saturday, has also been cancelled. Many figures from the entertainment world have expressed shock at the news, with Simon Cowellamong those sending "thoughts and prayers to all affected"....
David Bowie art collection revealed for the first time
The private art collection of David Bowie is to be revealed to the public for the first time. The musician's life as a collector was something he kept almost entirely hidden from public view. But now, nearly 300 works by artists including Damien Hirst, Henry Moore and Marcel Duchamp will go on display at Sotheby's in London, before being sold at auction in November. The paintings are collectively expected to fetch more than £10m. "David Bowie's collection offers a unique insight into t...
TV series Shooter postponed after Dallas shootings
A US TV drama about a sniper has been postponed after the Dallas sniper attack. Five police officers were killed on 8 July when a gunman opened fire at officers during a peaceful protest. The Shooter, which stars Ryan Phillippe as an expert marksman, was due to start on 19 July. Co-star EddieMcClintock tweeted that the show had been delayed until 26 July "as a show of respect, and to honour the fallen officers of Dallas, Texas". The 10-part series is based on the best-selling novel...
Stevie Wonder brings Songs In The Key of Life tour to London
Stevie Wonder has closed London's BST festival with a meaningful but meandering stroll through his landmark double album, Songs In The Key Of Life. The 66-year-old played for almost four hours, backed by a razor-sharp band of more than 20 musicians. Addressing recent outbreaks of violence, Wonder said he wanted music to bring people together "in this horrible time we're living in. "Choose love over hate... kindness over meanness, hope over no hope at all." The soul legend said it "breaks my ...
Spice Girls: Geri, Emma and Mel B hint at possible reunion gig
Three of the Spice Girls have released a video hinting at a possible reunion. Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Brown - also known as Baby, Ginger and Scary - all appear in the video, which was released on YouTube on Friday. The trio say they want to thank their fans by having a party to celebrate two decades since their debut single Wannabe was released. "You've stood by us for 20 years, and we want to say a big thank you," Horner says in the video. "And we want to celebrate and hav...
Museum of the Year 2016: V&A wins £100,000 prize
The Victoria & Albert Museum has pledged to support smaller museums across the country after being named the Museum of the Year 2016. The judges said the London-based V&A had "indisputably become one of the best museums in the world". It was announced as the winner by the Duchess of Cambridge at a ceremony at the Natural History Museum. The £100,000 prize is the world's biggest museum prize and the largest single arts prize in the UK. Martin Roth, the V&A's director, said h...
Judith Kerr wins lifetime achievement award (Video)
Judith Kerr, creator of The Tiger Who Came to Tea and the Mog series, is to receive a lifetime achievement award from literary charity BookTrust. The 93-year-old will be presented with the accolade at London Zoo later. Kerr is the second recipient of the prize, set up last year to celebrate an author or illustrator's outstanding contribution to children's books. Award judge Shami Chakrabarti said she represented "the enduring power of storytelling and the written word". Kerr, she said, symbo...
Top Gear: Chris Evans 'moving on' after show exit
Chris Evans has dedicated his BBC Radio 2 breakfast show to his former Top Gear colleagues. After paying tribute to "all the Top Gear gang", he said: "Today's show is entitled Breathe In, Breathe Out, Move On." The presenter announced he was stepping down from the BBC Two motoring show on Monday. Explaining his decision on Twitter, he said he had given it his best shot, "but sometimes that's not enough". Evans briefly referenced his departure again on Tuesday's radio show whil...
Finding Dory holds off Tarzan and BFG at US box office
Finding Dory held firm at the top of the US box office despite competition from The BFG and The Legend of Tarzan. It is the third week in a row that Pixar's sequel to Finding Nemo has taken the number one spot. The film took $41.9m (£31.5m) - narrowly beating its nearest competitor, The Legend of Tarzan, which took $38.1m (£28.7m). In third place was sci-fi horror film The Purge: Election Year, which made $30.1m (£22.7m) in its opening weekend. The estimated figures include...
Deer Hunter film director Michael Cimino dies
The director of the 1978 Vietnam War film The Deer Hunter has died, his friend and former lawyer has confirmed. Double Oscar winner Michael Cimino's body was found at his Los Angeles home on Saturday, Eric Weissmann said. Cimino, 77, who directed a total of eight films, will be remembered for a career of highs and lows. While The Deer Hunter has been hailed as one of the best movies in Hollywood history, his next project, Heaven's Gate, was derided as a flop. Mr Weissmann said Cimino's body ...
Spectre violence sparked most complaints to BBFC
Spectre generated the most complaints to the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) in 2015, the ratings body has revealed. The James Bond film, which was rated 12A, received 40 complaints that focused on its scenes of violence. Released last October, it featured Daniel Craig's 007 battling a criminal syndicate. Other films that generated public feedback to the BBFC included Kingsman: The Secret Service and Minions. According to the BBFC's annual report, published on Friday, Spectre's d...
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