• Rochelle Humes finding it hard to adjust to maternity leave

    Rochelle Humes has admitted she's finding it tough to slow down now that she's on maternity leave. Rochelle performed with her girl band The Saturdays last week for the final time before becoming a mum. But having got used to the hectic lifestyle of one's of Britain's biggest bands, Rochelle has found it hard to adjust to a life of rest and downtime. "I get that I need to rest but, this is SO not me" she tweeted, "I hate doing nothing. Gonna be long few weeks #maternityleave. Miss my Sats xx"   Luckily the singer, 24, was able to join her fellow Saturdays,

  • Beyonce and daughter Blue Ivy's matching chairs

    As the daughter of one the world's most famous singers Blue Ivy Carter deserves just as much star treatment as much Beyonce. In preparation for her world tour, The Mrs. Carter Show world tour, superstar Beyonce has been making sure she and her daughter Blue Ivy have everything the needs for five months on the road, including their own personalised director's chairs.   Beyonce's own chair is emblazoned with the name of her 64-date-show, while a miniaure version bears her daughter's initials — BIC. The photo shows Blue Ivy, who is 14-months-old, won't be far from her mum Beyonce's side during her global tour, which kicks off in April. Single Ladies

  • Danny O'Donoghue, Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J and will.i.am reunite as 'The Voice' returns

    BBC One's hit musical talent show The Voice returns to screens on Saturday night to kick-start the search for the UK's next big vocal talent. Danny O'Donoghue, Jessie J, will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones have come together again for  the show's famous blind auditions. "They're the best part of the show" Danny said speaking on BBC Radio 1 about the part of the show where judges are unable to see those who are auditioning.   The four famous judges sit in large red chairs facing away from the show's hopefuls so as to judge them by their voice alone. Sir Tom, Danny, Jessie and