A publicist for One Direction's Louis Tomlinson has refused to comment on reports that he's to become a dad. It's claimed the singer is expecting a child with his Los Angeles based stylist Briana Jungwirth.
Ross King is in LA for us to find out more.
Last Leg presenter Adam Hills and former Neighbours star Holly Candy are joining forces for Scope.
The disability charity has released an online spoof of the iconic Cadbury's Milk Tray advert, casting disabled comedian Adam Hills as the dashing Man in Black and actress and presenter Holly Candy as his leading lady.
From 1968 to 2003, the Milk Tray Man plunged from speedboats into shark-infested waters, dangled from cable cars and jumped from helicopters to deliver a box of chocolates to his love interest.
The light-hearted advert is designed to raise funds by collecting clothes and has been released online ahead of Scope's Great Donate summer stock appeal.
He was once worth £100m, but this morning rapper 50 Cent is penniless after filing for bankruptcy in the US.
Ross King has all the entertainment headlines.
Actresses Jessica Barden and Jessica Brown Findlay are here to tell us about new BBC drama The Outcast, set in 1950s Britain and adapted from Sadie Jones' award-winning novel.
Hollywood stars Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane join Good Morning Britain to talk about the return of everyone's favourite foul-mouthed cuddly toy in Ted 2.
Family Guy creator Seth is back as writer, director and the voice of Ted in the follow-up to the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy of all time.
In his second adventure Ted marries his girlfriend Tami-Lynn and the couple try for a baby together, with Ted asking his best friend John (played by Mark) to provide sperm for artificial insemination.
However, to have custody of this child, he has to prove to a court of law that he is human...
Jason Dundas joins us live from LA with news of Bond on Broadway; the new 007 musical and Johnny Depp has been visiting charities as Captain Jack Sparrow.
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Actor, comedian, writer, producer and recent recipient of a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Paul Rudd joins GMB on the sofa to talk about his latest role.
We've already seen him in Anchorman, Knocked Up and Friends and now he's starring opposite Michael Douglas in Marvel’s Ant-Man.
Paul says the ability to turn into the man the size of an ant isn't the super power that jumps to mind, but in learning about Ant-Man and what he does, "it's basically being invisible, and that comes in pretty handy!"
Paul told Susanna and Ben that when he watched the film with his ten-year-old son last week, it was the first time his son had seen him in anything: "That was a great experience, as a dad, to sit with my son watching me to shrink down to the size of an ant!"