January 16, 2021

Entertainment

She may have won an Oscar aged just 26 but Gwyneth Paltrow has admitted she has never really felt comfortable with the fame her success has brought her.

Hollywood star Chuck Norris has been forced to deny he was present at the riots in Washington DC last week after a photo of a lookalike was posted online.

Sir David Attenborough has become the latest national treasure to get the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Acclaimed TV writer Russell T Davies has said that straight actors should not play gay characters.

Chadwick Boseman's widow paid an emotional tribute to the "most honest person", fighting back tears as the actor was honoured posthumously during an awards ceremony.

Three out of four of the stars of Sex And The City will reunite for a new show that revisits the iconic characters 20 years on.

In Uganda, running for the presidency can be a dangerous business - especially for pop star turned politician Bobi Wine.

TV historian David Olusoga has thanked former England footballer and schoolmate "tough kid" Paul Gascoigne for stepping in to help when he was subjected to racist abuse as a child.

Happy Mondays star Bez is launching his own online exercise classes after getting "seriously unfit" scoffing chocolate last lockdown.

American celebrities have praised Twitter bosses for banning president Trump from the social media platform.

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