Bill Cosby’s defence lawyers have called his accuser a “pathological liar”.
Katy and Orlando first sparked rumours of a reconcilation when they were seen on a mini-break in Prague earlier this year (18).
The birth of one baby has dominated headlines – but another famous family has also welcomed their third child.
Avicii’s music is set to return to the Official Singles Chart this week as fans pay tribute to the DJ following his untimely death last Friday (April 20).
The Glee star posted a snap of him cuddling up to his rumoured boyfriend Austin McKenzie on Instagram earlier this month (Apr18).
A host of stars have entertained the Queen to help celebrate the world’s oldest monarch’s 92nd birthday.
The singer released her latest single No Tears Left to Cry, her first since the Manchester terror attack, on Friday (20Apr18).
Actor Natalie Portman has defended her decision not to attend a Jewish awards ceremony saying she can be critical of Israel’s leadership without boycotting the whole country.
Wake Me Up DJ, Avicii, has been found dead in Muscat, Oman according to his representative.
Hey readers! Do you remember the olden days? The widespread production and use of bronze — amazing! The sad disintegration of Pangaea — great times! Opposable thumbs — what a day!
Well you are not alone in recalling Simpler Times because based on this week’s new releases today’s popstars also have strong memories of days gone by, or if they don’t then they can at least use Wikipedia, and referencing the songs previous civilisations once danced to is THE BIG NEW THING.
Anne-Marie’s 2002 is a strangely joyless celebration of childhood, namechecking Britney’s …Baby One More Time (1998), *NSYNC’s Bye Bye Bye (2000), Nelly’s Ride Wit Me (2001) and Jay-Z’s 99 Problems (2004).
In some ways it’s almost impressive that someone could write a song celebrating 2002 in which precisely none of the referenced songs actually came out in that year, and it’s even more impressive that when she thinks back to 2002 Anne-Marie has such fond memories of a Jay-Z song that wouldn’t come out for another two years.
Incredibly Hello, the lead track from Prettymuch’s new EP, is the second of this week’s new releases to reference the same *NSYNC song: “used to be like ‘bye bye bye’, now you’re here and