• Michael Jackson's doctor pleads not guilty to manslaughter charges

    Michael Jackson's grieving family have appeared in court to see the man accused of causing the late singer's death plead not guilty to involuntary manslaughter. The superstar's father and mother, Joe and Katherine, his brothers Jermaine, Marlon, Tito, Jackie and Randy, and his younger sister LaToya were all present to see his personal physician face charges over the singer's passing. Dr Conrad Murray denied "unlawfully, and without malice, killing Michael Joseph Jackson" at Los Angeles Superior Court and was released on bail of $75,000 - £48,000 – after surrendering his passport. Judge Keith Schwartz told softly-spoken Dr Murray - hired by Michael

  • Feathered friends: Anne Hathaway and co flock together at 'Valentine's Day' premiere

    First it was all about black, then shades of cool blue, now a new red carpet fashion trend has flown in to Hollywood. This week, at the US premiere of Valentine's Day, the leading ladies of the film stepped out in frocks featuring plumes or feather-effect details. Leading the way was Anne Hathaway, gorgeous in an electric blue minidress adorned with feathers around the bust. Also working the look was Jessica Alba, who conjured up images of a peacock in her vivid green minidress. The pretty brunette, attended with her music executive husband Cash Warren, and she wasn't the only one

  • Hollywood bad boy Russell Crowe brings tears to rugby star's eyes with heartfelt gift

    With masculine roles in films like Gladiator, Romper Stomper, and most recently Robin Hood, Russell Crowe has a reputation for being a real man's man. His softer side was on show this week, though, as he made a particularly poignant and moving gesture that reduced an English rugby player to tears. The dad-of-two – co-owner of rugby league team the South Sydney Rabbitohs – presented Sam Burgess with a club membership card in the name of his late father shortly before the player made his debut for Russell's team. He comforted the 21-year-old, who was greatly moved by the thoughtful gift,

  • Shining stars: red carpet jewellery

    When a leading lady walks down the red carpet, all eyes are on her and she captures attention not only with her gown, but also with accessories, especially jewellery. At many recent red carpet events, like the Grammys and the Golden Globes, Hollywood's starlets have stepped out adorned in the elegant designs of Lorraine Schwartz, a jeweller who says her work is sometimes "over-the-top," but who has accessorised everyone from Beyonce to Elizabeth Taylor. Click on the photos to see some of Lorraine's

  • Double trouble: celebs and their twins

  • Lovely Lashes

    When celebrities like Beyonce Knowles, Paris Hilton and Jennifer Lopez walk down the red carpet, they let their eyes do the talking, making it difficult not to desire their long, lush lashes. Getting eyelash extensions, however, can be both time-consuming and costly. For example, every three months Beyonce has a new full set applied for about £320, and monthly upkeep costs another £75. Replacement of a single lash can run up to about £12. So what is it about eyelash extensions that has made it one of the latest beauty crazes despite the expense? Extensions are applied with an adhesive that dries soft, allowing lashes to stay flexible and


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