Gary Barlow is being joined by celebrity friends today as he heads off on a charity drive from Land's End to John O'Groats.
With a campaign looking into online bullying being launched, we look at five celebrities who have been the victims of web trolls.
X Factor's Ella Henderson stole the show tonight with a simple and slowed down version of the Grease classic The One That I Want.
Take That singer Gary Barlow today issued a statement to announce that he and his wife lost their baby on Saturday.
"Dawn and I are devastated to announce that we’ve lost our baby.
"Poppy Barlow was delivered stillborn on August 4th in London.
"Our focus now is giving her a beautiful funeral and loving our three children with all our hearts.
"We’d ask at this painful time that our privacy be respected."
ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby asked David Cameron if he thought Gary Barlow's "tax affairs were morally wrong and should he give back his OBE".
The Prime Minister dodged the question by saying he would not give a "running commentary on different people's tax affairs" as "that would not be right".
– David Cameron
I made an exception yesterday because it was a very specific case where the details seem to have been published and it was a particularly egregious example of an avoidance scheme that seemed to me to be wrong and I made that clear.
I think the rules of the road here should be pretty frank. Tax evasion is illegal and should be pursued with all vigour by the authorities.
There was a change of tone from David Cameron when he was asked about Gary Barlow's tax affairs. He says he won't get into personal tax affairs.
He's changed his mind quickly about if it's appropriate to comment!
The Times (£) has claimed that three members of Take That, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, have invested at least £26 million in a scheme described by Revenue and Customs as a mechanism for tax avoidance.
The company behind the scheme have said that it is not for the avoidance of tax but is a way to make money by investing in the music industry.
Mr Barlow, Mr Donald, Mr Owen and Mr Wild paid significant tax, their lawyers said. The musicians and their manager made no comment on the size of their investment in the scheme.
X Factor judge and Take That member Gary Barlow has became an Officer of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's Birthday Honours List published today.