Geri Horner has apologised for quitting the Spice Girls as the group took to the stage for the final night of their long-awaited reunion tour.
Former Love Island contestant Sherif Lanre has spoken out after he was booted off the ITV reality show last week.
Revered Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, famed for a film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet and for staging extravagant opera productions, has died aged 96.
The only known recording of the iconic Mexican artist Frida Kahlo may have been found by researchers.
Children will often do anything for sweets, but one American boy has taken his desire for confectionery to the extreme.
The Chase star Paul Sinha has revealed he has Parkinson's disease at the age of 49.
Police will not take action against Jo Brand after she made a joke about throwing battery acid at politicians.
A NASA spacecraft has spotted curious shapes on the surface of Mars closely resembling the Starfleet logo from the sci-fi hit TV show, Star Trek.
A lizard has left behind hot and sunny Greece for South Wales after sneaking into a holidaymaker's suitcase.
A new rule written into the UK's Advertising Codes should mean adverts that perpetuate harmful gender stereotypes are taken off TV.
Cuba Gooding Jr has pleaded not guilty to forcible touching and sexual abuse after a woman accused the actor of groping her.
When Patricia Arquette was a child she wanted to be a nun.
A car dubbed the world's most famous will be up for auction later this year, it has been announced.
We've had the reunion tour and now it seems Spice Girls fans are getting more of what they really, really want, with a new animated film reportedly in the works.
Social media influencers have been criticised for "insensitive" photos taken at Chernobyl.
DIY SOS host Nick Knowles asked a magistrate if he was allowed to drive home - despite being banned from the road moments earlier for speeding and using a mobile phone behind the wheel.
In July 1984, a then 23-year-old Diego Maradona arrived in Naples, heralded by fans as their saviour after years of misery on the pitch.
Artist Peter Max's wife has died in a suspected suicide amid a family fight over her husband's work and claims he was being exploited.
An 11-year-old boy is eating at least five meals a day to save his father from leukaemia.
A stately home is asking people to return parts of a whale skeleton so it can be restored.
Radiohead are releasing 18 hours of previously unheard but "not very interesting" music after hackers gained access and demanded a ransom.
Kim Kardashian West has shared her first photo of new baby son Psalm, her fourth child with husband Kanye West.
It turns out George Clooney very nearly didn't become an actor.
Part of a New York City street has been named after murdered rapper Notorious BIG.
The Elton John biopic Rocketman has reportedly been banned in the Pacific island nation of Samoa over its depiction of homosexuality.
The owners of a site hosting a festival to mark the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock festival have pulled out, in the latest setback for the three-day event.
A free TV Licence will only be available to households with someone over 75 who receives Pension Credit from June 2020, the BBC has announced.
In an early contender for bizarre celebrity news story of the week, Justin Bieber has challenged Tom Cruise to a UFC-style cage fight.
Ed Sheeran was the most-played artist in the UK in 2018 - without releasing any new music.
Actress Ali Stroker has made history at the Tony Awards, becoming the first wheelchair user to pick up a gong.
Guardians Of The Galaxy star Chris Pratt has announced he has married Katherine Schwarzenegger in an "intimate, moving and emotional" ceremony.
Keanu Reeves stole the show ahead of video games conference E3 with the cinematic trailer for the hotly-anticipated game Cyberpunk 2077.
It was a gift that symbolised the friendship between two world leaders but now, much like the bond between them, it is no more.
The latest Xbox console will be launched at the end of next year, Microsoft has announced.
A teenager in Canada has blamed a bathroom emergency brought on by "too many hot wings" for his speedy driving, which resulted in him getting a ticket.
Stones were thrown at two actors from a passing car in what is being described as a "homophobic hate crime".
A nun who was engaged in a property dispute with pop star Katy Perry has said the singer has "blood on her hands".