The stars of comedy Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy have reunited on the red carpet for the UK premiere of the long-awaited sequel.
The stars taking part in the very last series of Dancing On Ice have been revealed.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has spoken to ITV News at the memorial service for her "honorary grandfather" Nelson Mandela.
Westlife's Kian Egan has been crowned King of the Jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of here.
Lily Allen has returned to the top of the singles charts, with her cover of Keane's Somewhere Only We Know, which features in John Lewis's Christmas TV advert.
She beat Bastille and Gary Barlow to the top spot in the closest number one race of the year so far.
Allen has faced fierce competition over the last seven days from One Direction's Story Of My Life, but her single finishes the week 6,000 copies ahead of the 1D boys who are at number two, the Official Charts Company said.
It is her third UK number one single following Smile in 2006 and The Fear in 2009, and is hotly tipped to be this year's Christmas number one.
Stephen Fry has been named as the nation's ideal holiday companion.
The broadcaster and writer beat off competition from David Beckham, Kelly Brook and Keith Lemon to claim the top spot in the poll for the Radio Times.
Second place in the search for a perfect getaway friend went to David Beckham, with Michael Palin - who will soon rejoin Monty Python for a series of shows to be staged in 2014 - in third with David Attenborough placed in ninth position.
Jade Bremner, Radio Times travel editor, said: "I'm not surprised at all, Stephen Fry is a born traveller and would charm the pants off anyone you'd meet on your trip.
"The last thing you want when you're travelling is to be stuck with someone who can't laugh when things, often inevitably, go wrong."
Tonight's Bifa ceremony could be a triumph for Philomena with its stars, Dame Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, both in the running to pick up gongs.
The pair are shortlisted for the Best Actress and Best Actor awards.
The film, which tells the true story of Philomena Lee's search for the son she was forced to give up for adoption in 1950s Ireland, is also in the running for Best Film.
Julie Walters will be recognised for her outstanding contribution to the UK film industry at an awards ceremony tonight celebrating the best in independent British cinema.
The 63-year-old actress, star of Educating Rita and the Harry Potter films, will accept the Richard Harris Award at the British Independent Film Awards (Bifas) in central London.
Previous winners include John Hurt, Daniel Day-Lewis and Helena Bonham Carter.
Tonight's ceremony could be a triumph for Philomena with its stars, Dame Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, both in the running to pick up gongs.
Jay Z picked up nominations across nine categories in the pop and rap categories, including best pop duo performance for "Suit & Tie" with Justin Timberlake, and best rap album for his July release, "Magna Carta...Holy Grail."
But the 44-year-old Brooklyn, New York-born rapper failed to land solo nominations in the top Grammy categories for record, song and album of the year, scoring only one as a producer on Lamar's "Good Kid, M.A.A.D City" record, nominated in the album of the year category.
Lamar's album will face off against Sara Barielles' "The Blessed Unrest," French electro-dance duo Daft Punk's "Random Access Memories," Taylor Swift's "Red" and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "The Heist" for album of the year.
Rapper Jay Z led the Grammy hopefuls with nine nominations, while pop singer Justin Timberlake and rappers Kendrick Lamar and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis landed seven each.
Jay Z scored nominations across the pop and rap categories, but failed to land any for the top Grammy categories for record, song and album of the year. Timberlake was out of those categories.
Newcomers Lamar, rapper-producer duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and New Zealand singer Lorde dominated in the top categories.