Justin Bieber appeared to mock Orlando Bloom after their altercation in Ibiza, by posting an image of the British actor apparently crying.
The Great British Bake Off will have its youngest and oldest contestants this year.
Mitch Winehouse, the father of late singer Amy, is to release an album to raise money for the charity set up in his daughter's memory.
Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams has got engaged following a 12-week romance that started on dating app Tinder.
Williams, 31, who won Olympic gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics in the skeleton bob event - is to marry soldier Craig Ham.
The Olympian, who lives in Bath, told Hello! magazine that she had almost given up hope of meeting the right man when she met Ham.
"I swear, we felt we had known each other forever. I really believe in soulmates, and instantly, it was like, I know this guy. It's as if he has always been there," Williams said.
Newlywed Cheryl Cole has celebrated a ninth career chart-topping single as Crazy Stupid Love became her fourth solo number one.
The former Girls Aloud star joins Geri Halliwell and Rita Ora as only the third British female to claim the solo feat.
Cole said it was "so exciting" to see the track, which features British rapper Tinie Tempah, top the charts two years after releasing her last single.
"It feels great to be back but even more special to have achieved my fourth number one," the 31-year-old said.
Hot Fuzz star Simon Pegg slammed people who have affairs as "utterly stupid" but admitted that Hollywood stars can be tempted.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday's Event magazine, he said: "If you do that - and people do - you are stupid. You are absolutely utterly stupid because what you are doing is just giving in to a carnal desire."
He added: "The temptation is to feel a bit pleased with yourself and flattered. You have to stop yourself. If you risk your happiness for a fleeting moment then you are an idiot."
Pegg who said he is happily married to wife Maureen McCann with whom he has a young daughter, Matilda, added becoming a Hollywood star has made him realise what matters in life.
He said "So many people believe fame equates to success, equates to happiness. But you can be very famous and very miserable; or very successful and very sad."
Daniel Radcliffe, famous for his role as the young wizard in the Harry Potter films, marks his 25th birthday today.
With estimated annual earnings of around £12.5m, the London-born actor is worth a staggering $110m (£65m), according to Celebrity Net Worth.
At 11-years-old, the star first hit our screens as Harry Potter in 2001, playing his wizard role for ten years, before hanging up his cloak for good.
Since the release of the franchise’s final film, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2, Daniel has continued his success, starring in a variety of films including The Woman In Black.
Lawyers for Angelo Adkins, the two-year-old son of singer Adele, have accepted a five-figure sum in damages at the High Court over paparazzi photos.