Sylvester Stallone attended the opening of Rocky the musical in New York last night, the stage show based on his Oscar-winning film.
British royalty and television stars gathered to celebrate the life of Sir David Frost in a memorial service at Westminster Abbey today.
Joan Collins tried to replicate the success of Ellen DeGeneres' Oscars selfie at a Prince's Trust event - but missed out the main man.
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has teamed up with his daughter to release a children's book.
The legendary rockstar and his daughter Theodora Richards are set to release the picture book, Gus and Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar, which is based on his own life.
Richards' grandfather Theodore Augustus Dupree, who was known as Gus, was a jazz musician and introduced Keith to music.
He said: "I have just become a grandfather for the fifth time, so I know what I'm talking about. The bond, the special bond, between kids and grandparents is unique and should be treasured.
"This is a story of one of those magical moments. May I be as great a grandfather as Gus was to me."
The book will be published as a hardback and ebook later this year.
X Factor winner Sam Bailey has hit back at critics who claimed she has ruined her career by getting pregnant.
The 36-year-old former prison officer announced last week that she is expecting her third child.
After rescheduling her tour to make way for the baby, she received criticism from a number of Twitter users, including former Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins - who described the singer as a 'typical woman'.
In an interview with OK! magazine, she said: "I've had a bit of negativity... Just a few people on Twitter saying 'your career's going to be over' or 'that's your career down the pan'."
"I'm always going to be working no matter what," she added. "I'm living proof you can do it, whether you're pregnant or have kids already."
One Direction's Harry Styles has won permanent High Court orders against four members of the paparazzi in his legal battle to end the "crazy pursuit" of him.
The injunction prevents the photographers from pursuing the singer by car or motorcycle.
It also stops them from placing him under surveillance, loitering or waiting within 50 metres of his place of residence to monitor his movements or take photos of him.
His barrister told a judge in London today that four individuals had so far been identified since harassment proceedings were launched last year.
All four were handed permanent injunctions while efforts to identify others are ongoing.
In December, One Direction star Styles, now 20, went to court as a last resort after trying to persuade a number of photographers to stop their behaviour voluntarily.