• All it took was a little 'Patience' - Robbie and Gary reunite to film duet video

    Over 15 years have gone by since they last recorded together. But Take That's Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams were reunited this week to film the music video for their brand new duet, Shame. The musicians were on location in Los Angeles, where they were shooting in a country western bar. And joining them was Robbie's fiancée Ayda Field. The Let Me Entertain You singer and Gary fell out after Robbie quit Take That in 1995 after disagreements with management and other members of the group. Take That disbanded the following year but Gary and the other members – Mark

  • After their sexy video Latin lovely Shakira cheers Rafael Nadal to Wimbledon success

    One Wimbledon fan not obsessed with Andy Murray's progress is Shakira. The snake-hipped singer cheered on her pal Rafa Nadal, rising to her feet to applaud him during a straight-sets victory that took him into the quarter finals. They've been friendly since the Spanish tennis ace starred in a sultry video for the Colombian bombshell. Gypsy showing them writhing about provocatively together caused her a few problems with her longterm boyfriend Antonio de la Rua. "Obviously it's not his favourite thing in the world to watch that video," she admitted. "But it's my job and part of what I do."

  • With question marks over his relationship with Chelsy, Harry is centre of female attention

    There's been no official confirmation that Prince Harry has split with his South African girlfriend Chelsy Davy. But that didn't stop him being the centre of attention with the female guests at his charity polo match in New York this week. At one point the young British royal was surrounded by a gaggle of excited ladies – who were members of children's charity group Forget Me Not NOLA. The ladies, who have been helping raise funds for Harry's Sentebale charity, looked thrilled to be meeting Prince Charles' younger son. He is reported to be facing an uncertain future with Chelsy, after she told

  • Mad's intellectual and Shiloh's goofy: proud mum Angelina describes her little stars

    Ever since Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got together, their huge rainbow family - they have six children - has been a source of fascination to fans. And the youngsters are regularly pictured with their movie star parents. But until recently little was known about what are arguably the most famous children in the world. Now the proud Hollywood supermum has shared insights about what makes each of her kids so special in an interview with Vanity Fair. Her eldest, eight-year-old Maddox, was adopted from Cambodia by the movie icon before she met Brad. The little boy, she explained is "a

  • Malaria danger: Why you need to keep taking the tablets

    She's just finished filming the phenomenally successful BBC series, Springwatch, exploring the reality behind Britain’s wildlife. But it was filming in Africa that taught presenter Kate Humble just how precarious life up-close to Mother Nature can be, when she caught malaria – twice. Kate knew Africa was a malaria risk, but having travelled across Africa for a year as a teenager unprotected and without any ill effects, felt invincible. "Clearly I'd had a lucky break, but the result was that I thought I was immortal," she tells us. "And I continued to travel like that, without advice," she adds.

  • The water's lovely: 10 reasons to swim

    Swimming is the perfect summer sport: when the mercury rises, what better way to cool off than to  take a refreshing dip? It doesn't matter whether it's at the beach, river or pool, the long sunny days are a perfect excuse to take to the water. But swimming isn't just fun and a great way to cool down, it's also very good for your health, and while you're splashing about, you're actually doing wonders for your body. Take a look at some of the reasons why swimming might be considered the best sport:   The buoyancy

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