EgyptAir is trying to shift the blame to a local advertising agency for a bizarre article in its in-flight magazine purportedly based on an interview with actress Drew Barrymore.
A live TV debate on the Brexit deal seems set to take place next Sunday night – but Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn cannot agree at what time or on what channel.
Rebel Wilson said she was glad she had stood up to “a bully” despite losing her bid to keep most of the record payout awarded to her in her defamation case against an Australian magazine.
Harvey Weinstein has said he has endured “the worst nightmare of my life”.
Simon Mayo’s departure BBC Radio 2 after 17 years is the latest in a string of exits and changes across the BBC’s radio schedules this year.
Dame Darcey Bussell has said that her friends were somewhat peeved when she received her damehood because it ruined a long-standing in-joke.
Stephen Fry has torn Brexit to shreds in his first public comment on the issue, saying the Leave campaign was built on deception, racism and baseless fear.
Michael Jackson has once again been named the top-earning dead celebrity after his estate raked in £313 million over the past year.
Television presenter Ant McPartlin has been told off by a High Court judge after failing to attend a preliminary hearing of a divorce court fight over money with his estranged wife, Lisa Armstrong.
Tributes have been paid to US magician and actor Ricky Jay.