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George Clooney and his bride Amal have held a second wedding party in England for friends who were unable to attend last month's celebrations in Venice.
There's speculation that British comedian Russell Brand will challenge Boris Johnson in the next election for mayor of London.
Jack Bruce, the composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist, has died of liver disease, aged 71.
Elton John has teamed up with the Obama administration to launch a new US$7 million fund to provide access to HIV services in South Africa.
Avatar director James Cameron says he's still getting the hang of sheep mustering but loves living in Wairarapa.
David Farrier sat down with the rapper to talk about how he rose to super stardom in 1990 with 'Ice Ice Baby'.
Sofia Vergara's ex-fiance has broken his silence about the couple's split, revealing she didn't want to have kids and he did.
Actress Halle Berry is adding saucy fashion designer to her resume by launching her own lingerie line.
A Canadian journalist was taught a lesson in respect while covering the shooting in Ottawa yesterday, after being denied a selfie with CNN's Anderson Cooper.
British actress Keira Knightley will make her Broadway debut next year in a stage adaptation of Emile Zola novel Therese Raquin.
Meryl Streep shows off her singing pipes in the new featurette for Into the Woods.
Lady Gaga's new mansion features a secret hidden room inspired by Batman's home.
Taylor Swift writes songs about being "fearless", but her bravery ceases when it comes to the prickly sea creatures.
Zack Galifianakis asks Brad Pitt offensive questions about Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and his acting talents in the latest Between Two Ferns.
Model Chrissy Teigen is taking a hiatus from Twitter after being attacked for highlighting America's gun violence problems.
Actress Naomi Watts has proved she is worth it by signing up as the new face of beauty brand L'Oreal Paris.
Christian Bale will play Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic written by Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network).
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