Cheryl gave birth to a baby boy.
Knicks great Charles Oakley is hosting a party at Headquarters club, doesn’t know if a lap dance is what James Dolan needs
Jon Gosselin is about to give strip club goers some TLC.
KEIRA KNIGHTLEY made her big Love Actually comeback as Juliet for last night’s Red Nose Day extravaganza, but she failed to raise a smile while out and about with her husband James Righton earlier on in the day.
RACHEL BURDEN was hilariously forced to intervene after a guest cried throughout BBC Breakfast’s live broadcast this morning.
Corrie favourine Catherine is loving her new darker hair – and fans agree that it suits her
Reese Witherspoon’s youngest child may have invented his very own language. The superstar shared a peek at her 4-year-old son Tennessee showing off what looks like scribbles – but to him, it’s his name! Find out how Reese defended her little one’s hilarious and adorable spelling fail.
Offspring’s budget for extras has either evaporated or the show’s creators just pulled off one of the most ingenious headline-grabbing stunts on Australian television.
“He is very sorry to disappoint his fans but looks forward to these shows,” reads a statement on the singer’s Twitter. read more
A Peak TV guide to the upcoming new and returning series as well as episodes that shouldn’t be missed. read more
The public event at Forest Lawn Cemetery will feature music by ‘Star Wars’ composer John Williams and family friend James Blunt. read more
A life-sized cutout of James Dolan greeted Charles Oakley at Headquarters Gentlemen’s Club
Move over Donald Draper, there’s a new badass protagonist in TV town. This one also cheats on their milquetoast spouse, excels at their job, has a complicated relationship with their two children and looks great in a trench coat. Oh, and it’s a lead role played by Reese Witherspoon. Her character Madeline Mackenzie on “Big…
“Flip or Flop” star Christina El Moussa has reached the celebrity status of having people question your parenting skills.
LOUIS TOMLINSON led the heartbreaking tributes to his mother Johannah Deakin on what would have been her 44th birthday today, after she died following a battle with leukaemia in December.
THINGS got a little bit too much for Scarlett Moffatt during tonight’s Saturday Night Takeaway, as Ant and Dec got her involved in a game titled “Game of Phones”.
All the favourites from the film returned for the one off sketch, including Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Rowan Atkinson, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln and Thomas Brodie-Sangster
BBC Breakfast presenter Rachel Burden leapt in to help when a five-month-old guest started crying on the sofa