Kit Harington has said his favourite Game Of Thrones scene featuring his wife Rose Leslie was the one where she died.
Tommy Fury says people tend to make a judgment about him based on his surname, and the fact that he is a boxer and assume he is a “d**khead”, but added: “I am anything but that.”
Magic act Brotherhood will no longer be taking part in Britain’s Got Talent.
Satirical novel Catch-22 predicted today’s “mad, mad world”, the writer who adapted it for TV said.
Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden has spoken for the first time about having Crohn’s disease, saying that she does not want “sympathy”.
Dame Darcey Bussell has been described by her Strictly Come Dancing co-star Shirley Ballas as an “incredible friend” after announcing her departure from the show.
Natalie Cassidy has said thinking of Dame Barbara Windsor’s smile will spur her on to finish the London Marathon.
Jake Wood has recalled how his wife narrowly escaped being eaten by an alligator during a family holiday to Florida in 2014.
News host Jon Snow’s remark that he had “never seen so many white people in one place” has sparked more than 2,000 complaints.
Singer George Shelley has said he spent 12 months “in my bedroom in the darkness” but is now “back on track” after taking part in a BBC reality show.