• 'Extraordinary' Jennifer Lopez unveils childhood photo to support youth club

    Whether working with designer labels or promoting her own perfume range, Jennifer Lopez has starred in many advertising campaigns over the course of her career. But while those endorsements have featured glamorous shots of the American beauty, her latest billboard venture is a different matter altogether. For her latest campaign, Jennifer searched through her own childhood photo albums to find a portrait of herself as a little girl. This week the mum-of-two and her husband Marc Anthony were on hand in New York to see the snap unveiled in Times Square as part of the Boys and Girls Clubs Youth Advocacy Campaign – the BGCA. J Lo giggled

  • Shakira and Black Eyed Peas' Fergie help get World Cup off to a kicking start

    With excitement over the start of World Cup reaching fever pitch, it was down to some of the international music world's top acts to officially launch the competion in South Africa on Thursday night. Shakira, the Black Eyed Peas and pregnant singer Alicia Keys were just some of the artists who played to the 30,000-strong crowd  packed into Soweto's Orlando Stadium. Kicking off the concert were the Black Eyed Peas. As the audience cheered and waved South African flags, their frontwoman Fergie strutted out on stage in a leg-baring, gold and black, gladiator style-costume. The group, which also consists of

  • Jack Nicholson and Julia Roberts lead the way as the stars fete director Mike Nichols

    In a room laden with Hollywood heavyweights, from Jack Nicholson to Julia Roberts, Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford, there was one man who managed to shine brighter than all of the screen stars. This week, famed director Mike Nichols was firmly in the spotlight as the winner of the 38th American Film Institute Life Achievement Award for his contribution to the industry - and the biggest names in the business stepped out to show their support. As only the twelfth person to have won all of the major US entertainment awards – he has an Emmy, an Oscar, a Grammy

  • 'You are the real heroes': David Cameron reads message from Fabio Capello to troops

    During his first ever visit to Afghanistan, Prime Minister David Cameron had something extra special up his sleeve for the soldiers stationed in the war-torn zone. A day ahead of the start of the World Cup, the British leader read out a message of support from England coach Fabio Capello. "It is important you know how much all your efforts mean to all the players and staff with the England team," read the message. "Your brave service to your country means so much to the players and we will all have complete respect for the incredible sacrifices that you and your

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