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Actress Renee Zellweger said she looks different because she is now living a "happy and more fulfilling life".Read the full story ›
The group - whose hits include Reach For The Stars - will perform a medley of their hits for the BBC's Children In Need Appeal.Read the full story ›
Late actress Lynda Bellingham shared how she planned to spend Christmas during a moving final interview on Loose Women.Read the full story ›
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One of the leading lights of American fashion, Oscar de la Renta, has passed away at the age of 82, according to ABC News.
JUST IN: Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died at age 82, a family member tells @abc News.
The Dominican-born designer broke onto the international fashion stage as one of the designers to dress American first lady Jackie Kennedy.
He worked for renowned fashion houses Balmain and Lanvin during his long career, and his red carpet designs were a favourite among the A list.
His last high profile design was Amal Clooney's wedding dress.
The childhood home of the late Beatles guitarist George Harrison has sold at auction for £156,000 to a fan of the band.
The property, at 25 Upton Green in the Speke area of Liverpool, went under the hammer at a sale at Liverpool's famous Cavern Club, where the Beatles began their musical career.
Harrison, who died in 2001 after being diagnosed with cancer, lived in the three-bedroom home at Upton Green for a decade from 1949 with his parents Harold and Louise.
The guitarist was around five when he moved to the house. By the time his family moved on 10 years later, he had joined the line-up of The Quarrymen - the group that later became The Beatles.
The husband of Lynda Bellingham said he wants his late wife to be remembered for her acting rather than "as a celebrity".
Michael Pattemore said his wife - who passed away yesterday aged 66 after a long battle with cancer - was unable to die at home as she wished because she was in too much pain.
Speaking to Yours magazine, Pattemore said: "I just want her to be remembered as an actress more than anything - not as a celebrity or one of the Loose Women.
"She started her career as an actress and never thought of herself as a celebrity. She's always been an actress.
"I can tell you now that the words on her gravestone will be 'The curtain went up on May 31 1948, and the final curtain went down on October 19 2014'," Pattemore added as he fought back tears.