The American presidential hopeful and property developer is paying for unsavoury comments about Mexican immigrants.Read the full story ›
Fifty Shades Of Grey author took part in a Q&A on Twitter, it only lasted an hour - but felt much longer after questions on abuse and rape.Read the full story ›
Singer Joni Mitchell is expected to make a full recovery from the aneurysm she suffered in March, a friend has said.
In the first significant update on Mitchell's health in the months since an ambulance was sent to her Los Angeles house to take her to hospital a statement on the singer's website said:
Joni did in fact suffer an aneurysm. However, details that have emerged in the past few days are mostly speculative.
"The truth is that Joni is speaking, and she's speaking well. She is not walking yet, but she will be in the near future as she is undergoing daily therapies. She is resting comfortably in her own home and she's getting better each day. A full recovery is expected
Mitchell is a member of the rock Hall-of-Fame who has won eight Grammy Awards.
James May and Richard Hammond signed off with the final edition of Top Gear on Sunday but without former co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
Clarkson's absence didn't go unnoticed though; in the background was the "elephant in the room", a 10ft plastic replica elephant from a Hull design company which the show's makers borrowed, called Jeremy.
All three presenters featured in the pre-recorded show with Clarkson aptly commenting: "I hate working on Top Gear."
However, after the show each of the three presenters have their reaction to the show's finale on twitter.
Many many thanks for all your support and encouragement over the years. So sad and sorry it's ended like this
Can't believe that one life has room to accommodate the first and the last steps of that incredible adventure. Thanks for your company.
However, James May had clearly already moved on and only tweeted to remind his followers that the show was on whilst enjoying the AC/DC concert at Wembley Stadium.
The show will return with new host, Chris Evans, next year.
Kanye West's much-anticipated Glastonbury performance was interrupted last night when comedian Lee Nelson invaded the stage.Read the full story ›
Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi have celebrated same-sex marriage becoming legal across the US with confetti and Queen in a Vine video.
The actors, who star as a couple in the ITV sitcom Vicious, wore Stonewall Inn T-shirts as Sir Derek made a faux marriage proposal to the sound of Queen's We Are The Champions.
Tributes have been paid to former 60 Minute Makeover host Michelle Watt after she was found dead at her home.Read the full story ›
Details are scarce on the play - but it is apparently a new story and not a prequel.Read the full story ›
Actress Rose McGowan has revealed she was fired by her agent because of comments she made about sexism in Hollywood.Read the full story ›
Albert Square is set to welcome back one of its most famous characters - the hapless Robbie Jackson - for a brief return.Read the full story ›