• Katy Perry dons stars and stripes for Obama's Kids' Inauguration Concert

    She showed her support throughout Barack Obama's re-election campaign, and now his second term is official who better to sing in the President than Katy Perry. In a fitting dress, adorned with stars and stripes, Katy performed for crowds at the Kids' Inaugural Concert on Saturday, before the official inauguration ceremonies on Sunday and Monday. Not one to do things by halves Katy's dress was made up of a bodice, waistcoat and skirt which she accessorised with colour-coordinated nail polish, heels and lipstick. She even sang her well-loved tracks, including Firework, into a star spangled microphone.     The Californian songstress is a fan

  • Jessica Biel and Naomi Watts shine at the Sundance Film Festival

    The ground may have been thick with snow but the Sundance Film Festival was certainly enjoying the heat of some of Hollywood's hottest stars. The festival, which takes place in Utah, has been welcoming such stars as Jessica Biel, Naomi Watts and Daniel Radcliffe since it started on Thursday. Against the backdrop of the mountainous and snowy scenery, Naomi arrived to showcase her latest flick Two Mothers, whilst Jessica did the same for movie Emanuel and The Truth About Fishes. Both ladies chose casual outfits as they stepped out to promote their latest acting ventures.   CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Naomi wrapped

  • Racehorse is new pet project for Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips

    He's said before that he and Zara Phillips would make a sporting dream team and now Mike Tindall has put his money where his mouth is, albeit by accident. The 34-year-old recently purchased his own racehorse which is proving to be a pet project for both him and his Equestrian-minded wife. In an interview with The Daily Mail rugby star Mike revealed Zara called him an "idiot" after he told her he had bought Monbeg Dude, a racehorse, for £12,000. The Queen's granddaughter was not only bemused because Yorkshire-born Mike had not planned on the outlandish buy, but also because he