• Here's how the Game of Thrones cast plan to celebrate surviving until the end of the show

    Game of Thrones will come to an end with season eight in 2018, and the cast have already spoken about how they will celebrate surviving to the final season (if they make it that far!). Since the show has a reputation of killing off main characters and so not even the protagonists are safe, not all of the group who have had starring roles since season one are guaranteed to make it to season eight. However, Sophie Turner revealed that the 'survivors' intend to get matching tattoos should they make it that far. Chatting to Vulture, the actress who plays

  • Nicole Kidman reveals what she is giving her husband Keith Urban for Christmas – and it might surprise you!

    Nicole Kidman has opened up about her marriage to singer Keith Urban, and how she plans to "kiss him" for Christmas! The Australian actress admitted that the pair avoid swapping presents over the holidays. Chatting to Ellen DeGeneres on The Ellen Show, she said: "We don't give each other gifts at Christmas… I'll kiss him. He's in Australia right now on tour and the girls and I are here and we're flying to him tonight so we're his presents!" She then revealed that her two youngest daughters' eight-year-old Sunday Rose and five-year-old Faith Margaret would like American Dolls and candy for Christmas this

  • Mark Zuckerberg films baby daughter's first steps with 360 degree video

    Mark Zuckerberg has shared a video of his baby daughter Max taking her first steps with a twist – viewers can see every moment of the precious event as the proud dad used a 360-degree camera. In the video, Mark is encouraging his daughter to walk towards him with the help of their Hungarian sheepdog, Beast. He says: "You going to come and give me a hug?". He then explains that he is filming her with a "360 camera" joking: "This is modern walking." The founder of Facebook shared the video with his 80 million followers on the social media

  • Strictly Come Dancing 2016 winner revealed! Find out who took home the Glitterball trophy

    Ore Oduba is the winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2016! Dancing with Joanne Clifton, the TV presenter was in shock after hearing he had won, and tearfully said to his partner: "I love you with all of my heart. I'm so speechless, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for everything you have given me." He went on to thank everyone involved in the show. Joanne said: "I can't speak! I can't believe it" before turning to Ore, telling him: "Thank you for working so hard, you're a dancer!" The pair were then given the Glitterball trophy together as the other contestants ran on stage to congratulate the overwhelmed couple, even lifting them onto

  • The Queen and Prince Charles release never before seen photo

    To mark the end of the year of celebrations for the Queen's 90th birthday, Clarence House has released a previously unseen photograph of her Majesty with her eldest son and heir, the Prince of Wales. The photograph was taken in May of this year in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle before the final night of the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations at the Royal Windsor Horse Pageant by famed photographer Nick Knight OBE. Several photographs of the monarch with her family were released to celebrate the landmark birthday earlier this year. The photos, which were taken by Annie Leibovitz, were released on April

  • Julia Roberts to star in first ever lead television role

    Julia Roberts will be starring in a new TV series based on Maria Semple's novel, Today Will Be Different. The star will be playing the role of Eleanor Flood, a woman who is trying to have the best day ever despite constant setbacks getting in her way. Maria, who will also be writing the television adaptation, has revealed how much she is looking forward to seeing the Notting Hill actress in the lead role. In a statement, she said: "I'm giddy that Eleanor Flood will be brought to life by Julia Roberts and am elated to collaborate with Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle and

  • X Factor winner Matt Terry enters charts behind Clean Bandit and Louis Tomlinson

    X Factor winner Matt Terry has missed out on entering number one in the charts with his single When Christmas Comes Around, and is currently at number three behind Clean Bandit and Louis Tomlinson. This is the third week that Clean Bandit have been number one with their hit single Rockabye, while Louis Tomlinson's Just Hold On took second place at number two. Fans have praised the singer's success with the song so far, which was written by Ed Sheeran, since it was only released last Sunday following Matt's X Factor win.  Matt is this years' X Factor winner One wrote: "Full credit to Matt Terry