A lawyer for Jussie Smollett has written a letter warning that if Chicago sues the TV star for the cost of the investigation into his claim that he was attacked, he will demand sworn evidence from mayor Rahm Emanuel, the police chief and others.
Bodyguard star Keeley Hawes has said she finds it “weird” to be in demand as an actor after years of hard work.
The TV Choice Awards will not take place at The Dorchester Hotel this year amid a boycott of Brunei-owned hotels over the country’s anti-LGBT laws, organisers have said.
Veteran entertainer Christopher Biggins has said he feels “violated” after a cyclist snatched his phone as he waited for a taxi.
Fiona Bruce has said that a BBC boss once suggested that she did not need a pay rise because she could rely on her boyfriend.
BBC weather presenter Matt Taylor swerved injury when he stopped a piece of heavy equipment falling on him during a live broadcast.
Dame Barbara Windsor’s blackouts mean she forgets whether she has eaten and does not know she is in her own home, her husband has said.
Ant McPartlin will be reunited with his long-term presenting partner Declan Donnelly when Britain’s Got Talent returns to screens this weekend.
Four of Queer Eye’s Fab Five met a rising star of US politics as they discussed LGBT rights in Washington DC.
Sir Tom Jones has said The Voice UK has longevity over other TV singing shows because it does not focus on the way contestants look or dance.