Ariana Grande is on course for a second week at number one with her single 7 Rings.
A therapist who helped the victims of the 7/7 London bombings overcome their post-traumatic stress is behind a trio of new mindfulness albums.
Selena Gomez has joined the chorus of celebrity voices condemning the treatment of migrant children in the US, describing it as “absolutely inhumane”.
Rami Malek hopes fans of Freddie Mercury will be inspired by a new collection of his words and music.
An extensive clear-up operation has begun at Glastonbury Festival – returning the site from a pop-up city of 200,000 people to a Somerset dairy farm.
The way copyright works online across the EU is to change after the European Parliament approved reforms designed to reflect the digital age.
Johnny Lloyd has said his relationship with Billie Piper reawakened his passion for music and allowed him to complete his debut album.
Jorja Smith has said she feels more confident in her body after doing photo shoots where the clothing on offer was too small for her.
K-pop band BTS have unveiled their latest venture – an art project to create a “positive message for the world”.
Former JLS star Oritse Williams has denied behaving like a “sexual predator” and told a jury that a woman he denies raping thanked him when they parted company.