It was a big night for comedy duo Ant and Dec on Sunday night as the TV presenters picked up the first Bafta of their two decades-long TV career.
The best pals won Best Entertainment Performance at the Bafta TV awards for their presenting work on I'm a Celebrity... And true to form, they couldn't help joking around as they went on stage to collect their trophy.
Dec said: "I wasn't expecting that. This is for series nine. I don't know what the hell we did wrong for the first eight series."
Ant chipped in: "Feed a couple of
They're English football's golden couple and in this week's HELLO! Wayne and Coleen Rooney open up about love, life, the beautiful game – and England's World Cup chances.
"With a bit of luck, we’ve got a good chance of winning," says the Manchester United ace. "I think we’ve got good enough players, but in knockout football mad things can happen..."
Although Footballer of the Year Wayne believes England have a good shot at lifting the trophy in South Africa, his wife of two-years Coleen and their seven-month-old baby Kai will be watching from the comfort of their front room.
"I love the
Smiling, gorgeous and in a slightly playful mood – this was Sandra Bullock making her return to the limelight at the weekend's MTV movie awards.
The actress, sparkling in a backless midnight black dress, made her first televised appearance since news of her husband's infidelities broke.
And she was the talk of the evening after jokingly planting a kiss on Scarlett Johansson, before telling the audience: "Now that we have done that, can we please go back to normal?"
The last time Sandra was seen on TV was when she picked up an Oscar, with Jesse James at her side.
With the glamour of Monte Carlo, and a chic Middle Eastern vibe, the secluded Bodrum Kempinski hotel's stretch of cove is particularly quiet. Flanked by green covered mountains on one side and a crystal clear Aegean on the other; its natural beauty and glorious isolation makes it an ideal destination for the world’s most famous faces. From Sheiks and Royalty to Turkish and Hollywood film stars, you are bound to bump into someone interesting.
Sharon Stone, Richard Gere and Bruce Willis along with model wife Emma Heming are all rumoured to have stayed recently. And it’s not surprising. With a
Prince William has become Patron of The Queen Elizabeth II Fields, an initiative to protect and create hundreds of playing fields throughout the United Kingdom in honour of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The project, run by Fields in Trust, is an ambitious programme which will ensure that people across the country, both now and for generations to come, have access to outdoor recreational spaces for sport and physical activity.
Prince William's patronage of The Queen Elizabeth II Fields (which, in Scotland, will be known as The Queen Elizabeth Fields) will be a personal tribute to The Queen to celebrate Her Majesty's 60-year-reign.
Fresh from their Paris honeymoon, David Walliams and Lara Stone only had eyes for each other as they partied with superstar guests to help raise £1.7 million for cancer care at the weekend.
Surrounded by big names from the worlds of film, music, fashion and art, the newlyweds seemed joined at the hip at the fifth annual Raisa Gorbachev Foundation Midsummer gala at Hampton Court in south-west London.
And the Little Britain star made his own cheeky contribution to the event, auctioning off the chance for one bidder to enjoy a jelly-wrestling match with his Dutch model wife, with him acting