Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has sold one of Sir Winston Churchill's paintings at auction.
Caprice has revealed she flew half-away around the world for a brief date with Fred Durst.
Paris Hilton has recalled feeling "purposefully humiliated" during a 2007 interview with David Letterman after the presenter quizzed her about the brief time she spent in jail.
Alice Cooper "got along very well" with Marilyn Manson when they toured together.
Sting has launched an interactive website ahead of the release of his 'Duets' album.
BTS have joined the line-up for the upcoming Grammys' Music On A Mission virtual MusiCares fundraising event on March 12.
St. Vincent teases new song, 'Pay Your Way In Pain', via eerie trailer filmed in neglected apartment block.
Celine Dion has celebrated the upcoming 25th anniversary of 'Falling Into You' by sharing a remastered version of the music video for the album's title track.
Lamar Odom has accused his ex-fiancée Sabrina Parr of using him for “fame”, as he slammed her as "very deceitful" throughout their relationship.
Quavo cannot believe he's "on the screen" with Robert De Niro and "kicked it with him".
Justin Bieber reveals he's set to drop new single 'Hold On' later this week.
Mick Fleetwood has "re-connected" with fired Fleetwood Mac band member Lindsey Buckingham and revealed whether he would ever return to the group.
Cole Tucker has declared his love for girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens and asked not to be treated any "differently" just because he is dating someone famous.
Britney Spears wants to "heal" after a year of "craziness" and plans to "devote" herself to her own wellbeing.
Ashley Benson believed relationships are more "sacred" when they're private and she tries not to "over-expose" her romances.
Paris and Nicky Hilton used to have a "dollhouse with rodents" when they were young girls.
Lady Gaga's dog walker Ryan Fischer has praised her "unwavering" support after he was shot when perpetrators attempted to steal her three pet pooches.
Little Mix think it has been "healthy to take a step back" from one another during the COVID-19 pandemic as it has allowed them a chance to focus on themselves and in turn feel more energised with the band.