Rapper Nines is the frontrunner for this year's MOBO Awards with five nominations, while Stormzy and Mahalia are also in the running for several prizes.
Sixteen-year-old Charli D'Amelio has become the first TikTok star to surpass 100 million followers.
A mysterious monolith has been discovered in a remote part of the United States.
British director Tristram Shapeero has admitted he was the filmmaker caught insulting Euphoria star Lukas Gage's "tiny apartment" when he thought he was muted during a virtual audition.
Two Charles Darwin notebooks, believed to be worth millions of pounds, have been reported stolen from Cambridge University Library 20 years after they were last seen.
TV host Jeremy Kyle told tragic guest Steve Dymond he "would not trust him with a chocolate button" and also asked for a shovel during filming, a coroner's report has revealed.
Judy and Andy Murray hope a new TV series they have worked on together will highlight the discrimination women continue to face in sport.
Tim Minchin is worried he's said too much.
Cineworld has secured a $750m (£552m) funding lifeline to see it through the coronavirus crisis until a hoped-for reopening of screens in the spring.
An apparently abandoned bicycle which formed part of a Banksy mural depicting a girl hula-hooping with one of its wheels has been taken away and replaced in Nottingham.
"I expected corruption, I never expected the lack of humanity."
Taylor Swift has been named artist of the year for the third time in a row at the American Music Awards - but could not make the ceremony as she is re-recording her back catalogue amid a high-profile row over the master recordings.
Euphoria star Lukas Gage has shared the awkward moment a director insulted his flat during a Zoom audition - without realising he was not muted.
In the September of 1989, a show about a group of lifeguards patrolling the beaches of Los Angeles first hit TV screens in America.
Jeremy Kyle is an "interested person" in the inquest of a guest on his show who was found dead shortly after attending a filming, the court has heard.
Amy Adams and Glenn Close are both actresses revered for being at the top of their game.
A High Court judge has ruled in favour of Rebekah Vardy in the first stage of her libel case against Coleen Rooney.
Right Said Fred have hit out at the latest lockdown and the government for the "waste of talent" in the arts industry while venues are shut - but tell Sky News they are not COVID deniers and that their position has been "grossly misunderstood" after they made headlines for joining a protest earlier this year.
Rebekah Vardy is suing Coleen Rooney as a "last resort...to vindicate her reputation", her lawyer has told a hearing at the High Court.
An edited version of Christmas classic Fairytale Of New York will be played on BBC Radio 1 this year to avoid offending younger listeners.
Matthew McConaughey could be the latest Hollywood actor to consider throwing his hat into the political ring.
Bobby Brown Jr, the son of the singer Bobby Brown, has been found dead in Los Angeles, police have said.
Prince William has said he welcomes a new investigation into the BBC's 1995 Panorama interview with his mother, Princess Diana.
The former husband of Glee actress Naya Rivera is suing a local authority in Southern California, alleging it did not adequately warn users of the risks at the lake she drowned in.
Wonder Woman 1984 will land on streaming platform HBO Max in the US on Christmas Day, as well as be released in cinemas, Warner Bros has confirmed.
Lord Dyson - former Master of the Rolls and head of civil justice - has been appointed by the BBC to lead an independent investigation into the corporation's 1995 Panorama interview with the Princess of Wales.
Rupert Grint has beaten the record for the fastest time to reach one million followers on Instagram.
Convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein is unwell and is being "closely monitored" in prison, a representative for the disgraced movie mogul has said.
Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson is taking an "extended" break from the group for medical reasons, her management have announced.
George Clooney has revealed how he paid back some of his closest friends who helped him out when he was struggling during his career.
If anyone needed more convincing that Dolly Parton is a force for good in the world - they just got it.
The Duchess of Sussex was helped to write a letter - at the centre of a legal case - by palace aides, according to court documents.
Animal welfare campaigners have told I'm A Celebrity producers to stop "scaring, chasing, crushing and overcrowding" critters in the show's Bushtucker Trials.
Taylor Swift has claimed music mogul Scooter Braun would not allow her team to enter negotiations to buy her own music from him, unless she signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA).
Eric Hall, the flamboyant football agent who was part of the explosion in big money deals at the start of the Premier League, has died at the age of 73.
A female racing pigeon from Belgium called New Kim has been sold for a record €1.6m (£1.4m) to a mystery Chinese buyer at an online auction.
Monkeys in a zoo in Finland have shown a "significant" preference for traffic sounds over jungle noises, researchers have found.
A man's pet parrot has saved him from a fire that gutted his house.
A train that shot through a stop block was saved from a dramatic plunge into the water below - by a sculpture of a whale's tail.