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December 14, 2017
It'll be Alright on the Night host Denis Norden dies

It'll be Alright on the Night host Denis Norden dies

Former TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family has said.

Bert and Ernie are not gay, says Sesame Street

Bert and Ernie are not gay, says Sesame Street

The makers of Sesame Street have denied that the classic characters Bertie and Ernie are homosexuals.

Bieber and Baldwin wed, says uncle despite model's denial

Bieber and Baldwin wed, says uncle despite model's denial

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have got married, according to her uncle Alec Baldwin.

Game of Thrones, Claire Foy and Thandie Newton scoop Emmys

Game of Thrones, Claire Foy and Thandie Newton scoop Emmys

Claire Foy and Thandie Newton were among the winners at the 2018 Emmys on a night of British success at television's biggest awards show.

Paul McCartney tops US album chart for first time since 1982

Paul McCartney tops US album chart for first time since 1982

Sir Paul McCartney has achieved his first solo number one album in the United States in 36 years.

Soon-Yi Previn breaks silence on 'unjust' Woody Allen abuse claims

Soon-Yi Previn breaks silence on 'unjust' Woody Allen abuse claims

The wife of Woody Allen has defended her husband against "unjust" claims of sexual abuse against his adopted daughter and attacked her adoptive mother Mia Farrow.

Lovejoy actor Dudley Sutton dies aged 85

Lovejoy actor Dudley Sutton dies aged 85

Actor Dudley Sutton, who was known for playing Tinker Dill in the TV series Lovejoy, has died aged 85 following a battle with cancer.

Matthew Perry reveals three-month hospital stay

Matthew Perry reveals three-month hospital stay

Former Friends star Matthew Perry has said he has spent the past three months in hospital after suffering a ruptured bowel.

Lily Allen: Music industry is 'rife with sex abuse'

Lily Allen: Music industry is 'rife with sex abuse'

Lily Allen has said the music industry is "rife" with sexual abuse but insiders refuse to speak up.

Grande 'so sorry' she couldn't 'fix' Miller's pain

Grande 'so sorry' she couldn't 'fix' Miller's pain

Ariana Grande has paid tribute to her former boyfriend Mac Miller a week after his death.