Police are investigating a break-in at the London home of Sir Paul McCartney.
He has already collaborated with everyone from Jay Z to Paul McCartney - and now Kanye West is looking to add another big name to his CV.
A Santa Claus has been criticised by parents after he allegedly swore at children.
Keira Knightley and Ms Dynamite have been honoured at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks, The Cure, Def Leppard and Radiohead are among the acts announced as the latest members of The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
A project to rebuild the EastEnders set is expected to go £27m over budget, raising concerns over whether licence fee payers' money is being spent wisely.
Footage of an artificial intelligence robot that Russian state television used as an example of the country's technological prowess has been exposed as a man wearing a robot suit.
Facial recognition software has apparently been used to identify stalkers at a Taylor Swift show.
Sir Peter Jackson has received Blue Peter's highest accolade - a gold badge.
A man has been rescued after being stuck in an abandoned restaurant's grease vent for two days.
Miley Cyrus appears to have confirmed rumours that she is guest starring in the next season of Black Mirror.
Sesame Street has introduced a homeless character named Lily to mitigate the impact of the trauma for young children without a permanent place to live.
Two hefty hounds have shared a pet slimmer of the year award after shedding a quarter of their body weight.
When P L Travers first wrote Mary Poppins in 1935, little did she know she'd be creating a role that would go down in cinema history.
A stuntwoman who lost her arm and spent 17 days in a coma after a horror motorbike crash on a film set is suing for £2.2m.
Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton and a host of Bollywood's biggest names were among guests as the daughter of India's richest man got married.
Comedian Michael Barrymore has lost his bid to receive substantial damages over his wrongful arrest in 2007.
Indian weddings are renowned for their extravagance and grandeur - but one billionaire has pushed the boat out even further for his daughter's pre-wedding party, hiring Beyonce to sing at it.
NASA has offered a top US basketball player a tour of its lunar lab after he claimed the moon landings were faked.
South Koreans are buying tens of thousands of Kim Jong Un moisturising face masks ahead of a promised visit to Seoul by the North Korean dictator.
A school in Ireland could be heading for a Christmas number one after releasing a version of the song Lean On Me to support a pupil diagnosed with cancer.
The Duchess of Sussex delighted fans with a surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards, cradling her growing bump on stage as she presented the designer of her wedding dress with a prize.
Modern Family star Sarah Hyland has revealed she had to have a second kidney transplant, and that she thought about suicide after the failure of the first.
Mozambique says it has identified 30,000 "ghost employees" in its civil service who cost $250m (£196m) between 2015 and 2017.
Spice Girl Melanie Brown says she has broken two ribs and badly injured her right hand after suffering an accident.
Emmerdale actor Mark Jordon has pleaded not guilty to attacking a pensioner.
Comfortably ahead and about to finish a cross-country race in first place, Jimmy Gressier wanted to celebrate in style.
Actor Rupert Grint has said he has no idea how much money he has earned and is not really motivated by money - despite being said to be worth £28m.
Former football manager Harry Redknapp has been crowned king of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Doctor Who fans will have to wait until 2020 for the next series, although there will be a special episode on New Year's Day to keep them happy.
It is one of the most coveted prizes in music, but how do you make sure you bag the Christmas number one spot?
The world's oldest known bird is set to become a mother again - after raising at least 30 other youngsters.
More than 10,000 people have staged the "world's biggest sleep-out" in a fundraiser to tackle homelessness.
Shades on, the recognisable quiff a little less coiffed than usual but still present, Mark Ronson is sitting in the library room of a central London hotel, speaking to Sky News amid a whirlwind of promotion for his latest single.
It's become one of the great modern caricatures – the Daily Mail reader.
Juliet Stevenson, Sandi Toksvig, Jameela Jamil and Phoebe Waller-Bridge are among the winners of this year's Women in Film and TV (WFTV) awards.
Fiona Bruce is to replace David Dimbleby and become the first female presenter of Question Time.
Kevin Hart has stepped down as host of the Oscars next year after tweets emerged in which he used homophobic slurs.
Kendrick Lamar and Drake lead the nominations for next year's Grammy Awards, with seven nods each.
Pete Shelley, lead singer of punk band Buzzcocks, has died at the age of 63.
Sam Fender has been named the winner of the Brits Critics' Choice award for 2019 - an achievement which comes after a phenomenal year of sold-out shows, a major label signing, and a little support from Elton John.
Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have split up after six months together.