The trailer for the Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 1 Battle Pass has leaked online, offering fans glimpses of the new map and exciting features.
Margaret Atwood and Bernadine Evaristo have jointly won the 2019 Booker Prize.
Mourners who attended the funeral of a man in Ireland were left in shock when they heard his voice from beyond the grave.
Sienna Miller says changes to how women working in film are treated are having a real impact.
A homeless man who camped outside the home of Harry Styles for several months has been found guilty of stalking.
Pharrell Williams has said the backlash to his hit song Blurred Lines made him realise "that we live in a chauvinist culture".
Kanye West criticised wife Kim Kardashian for her show-stopping wet-look dress for this year's Met Gala, telling her just before the ceremony that the outfit was was "too sexy" and he didn't like her "showing off her body".
There may be a few American football players giving thanks today after a possible case of divine intervention.
South Korean pop star and actress Sulli has been found dead at home, police have said.
Four years after the late king of Thailand mourned his beloved pet dog, the country has shown off eight new puppies related to the old royal hound.
Popular video game Fortnite has been taken offline, leaving fans with an image of a black hole following the conclusion of season 10.
Jennifer Aniston has said the rise in superhero movies means more traditional Hollywood film roles are "diminishing".
The winner of this year's Booker Prize is to be announced this evening, with author Margaret Atwood the favourite for her follow up to The Handmaid's Tale.
Robert De Niro has launched a fresh attack on Donald Trump, saying he is a "monster" who is "too stupid to even know he's evil".
Dolly Parton is still working "9 to 5" after celebrating her 50th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Reg Watson, the creator of popular Australian soap Neighbours, has died.
The children's cartoon SpongeBob SquarePants has been accused of normalising the "violent" and "racist" colonisation of indigenous lands.
Mark Ronson isn't going to turn up at your front door and demand you listen to his latest album.
Singer Sam Fender is often likened to his hero, Bruce Springsteen.
Robert Forster has died aged 78.
She was the Love Actually child star who got the school nativity audience on its feet with her impressive rendition of Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas Is You, as Hugh Grant's prime minister snogged Martine McCutcheon backstage.
Actor Timothee Chalamet says his latest film is bound to draw comparisons with modern-day politics.
Marchant Davis describes his audition for Chris Morris' latest comedy film as "a four-month dating process".
Donald Trump has been rebuked by the estate of late pop star Prince after Purple Rain was played during one of his rallies.
Rebekah Vardy has likened her public social media row with Coleen Rooney over an Instagram trap to "arguing with a pigeon".
The accident that left comedian Kevin Hart seriously injured has been blamed on the driver of his car, according to investigators.
Another year, another X Factor - but this time, it's not as you know it.
Increasingly popular "Brazilian butt lift" operations could be banned by British plastic surgeons after recent tragedies abroad.
Last Of The Summer Wine actress Juliette Kaplan has died at the age of 80 after battling cancer, her agent has said.
Sesame Street is to reveal one of its puppets has a drug-addict mother as it tries to help children affected by the issue.
Police have shared a photo of a car they stopped in Glasgow which had sofa chairs strapped to the roof.
Danielle Lloyd has waded into the explosive row between WAGs Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy which has sparked headlines across the globe.
Steve Coogan has told Sky News he thinks Prince Harry is right to take legal action against the publishers of The Sun and the Daily Mirror over alleged phone-hacking, and says he hopes the duke "shines a light" on the issue.
Actor Mindy Kaling has hit out at the organisers of the Emmys, saying she was "humiliated" after being "singled out" and made to justify her production credit on The Office US.
Diana Ross is the first artist to be confirmed for Glastonbury 2020, and will be taking on the famous Sunday afternoon "legends" slot.
Rihanna has confirmed she turned down this year's Super Bowl halftime show in support of former NFL star Colin Kaepernick.
He has already thrilled his fans by collaborating with the likes of Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber, and now Ed Sheeran is partnering with the Duke of Sussex.
Coleen Rooney has accused Rebekah Vardy of passing stories about her to The Sun newspaper - something Mrs Vardy strenuously denies.
A cardigan worn by Kurt Cobain during Nirvana's iconic Unplugged session is going up for sale.
Pop singer Natalie Imbruglia has announced the birth of her first child, after revealing she had used IVF to get pregnant.
A bear compared to the "Michelin Man" has been crowned the winner of a Fat Bear competition that became an internet sensation.
UK TV history is set to be made on Dancing On Ice, with the first same-sex couple reported to be dancing together next year.
BAFTA has announced changes to its eligibility rules following controversy over Killing Eve's inclusion earlier this year.
Hailey Bieber has revealed the first full pictures of her wedding dress after saying "I do" for the second time.
Brendan Gleeson is to play Donald Trump in a new TV series based on former FBI director James Comey's best-selling "tell-all" book.
Shia LaBeouf has credited actor Zack Gottsagen with re-igniting his love of acting.
Elton John has revealed details of his heavy cocaine use at the height of his career, saying he trashed a hotel room, hijacked a Rolling Stones gig and once punched his manager and took all his clothes off on a video set.
South Park's creators have issued a mocking apology to China after an NBA basketball manager caused a storm by tweeting support for Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters.
A Jeremy Kyle Show guest suspected to have killed himself stopped taking anti-depressants in order to take the show's lie-detector test and told a researcher "I wish I was dead", an inquest hearing has heard.
The BBC has been told it needs to address its "lack of transparency" urgently after failing to publish its reasons for ruling Naga Munchetty's comments on Donald Trump were biased.
It may sound like the setup for a low budget horror film, but wildlife officials have warned of the genuine threat of zombie deer.