• Celine Dion's son gives heartbreaking eulogy at father Réne Angélil’s funeral

    Celine Dion and her family honoured her husband, Réne Angélil, in a traditional Catholic Mass on Friday, as the 73-year-old was laid to rest. The singer, who held the hands of her two youngest sons as she entered the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, led hundreds of mourners at a public funeral held in her husband’s hometown. During the moving ceremony, Réne and Celine’s eldest son Réne-Charles took to the podium to share a heartbreaking eulogy about his beloved father, leaving many in tears. Réne-Charles has many of the congregation in tears with his moving eulogy about his father "Fifteen years is not

  • Pippa Middleton competes in gruelling Swiss ski challenge

    Pippa Middleton definitely looked the part as she stepped up to compete in the Inferno Cross Country ski race, on Saturday. Beaming broadly, it was hard to believe that the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, was about to take on the world’s longest downhill ski race. Never one to shy away from a challenge, the extreme sports enthusiast participated in the legendary race in Mürren, Switzerland, and completed it in an impressive time. After a gruelling 15km downhill ski, and a drop of over 2770 metres in altitude, the 32-year-old placed 67th out of 105 competitors, after completing the course in

  • Celine Dion says a final goodbye to her brother Daniel

    A day after she said an emotional goodbye to her beloved husband, René Angélil, Celine Dion travelled to Salon Charles Rajotte, outside of Montreal in Repentigny, to bid a farewell to her elder brother Daniel. The Power of Love singer was joined by her family to mourn the loss of her 59-year-old brother, who passed away only two days after the singer’s husband, also from cancer. The 47-year-old was seen with her mother and sister as she arrived at the funeral chapel on Saturday. The mum-of-three wore a grey skirt suit and a long black overcoat to attend the private ceremony.

  • Madonna thanks fans for their support following difficult few weeks: 'Kindness can save me'

    After being in the industry for many years, Madonna has built up a very loyal fan base. Her followers, which she calls her 'Rebel Hearts', have stuck with her through thick and thin, and are now speaking out in support of the singer, after a tough couple of weeks. After facing criticism for her recent Rebel Heart tour and becoming embroiled in a bitter custody battle with her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie, Madonna seemed genuinely touched to receive a letter of support from her fans. The Like A Virgin singer posted a picture of the supportive message, alongside the caption: "Thanks