• 'Michelle got the party started': behind the scenes with Eva Longoria and co at the White House bash

    They spend half their lives going to VIP parties. But for the likes of Eva Longoria, Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Clarkson, Marc Anthony and Katy Perry, this one was different. The stars were bursting with excitement as they tweeted their way through the Inauguration Ball. Firework singer Katy said President Barack Obama's celebratory bash set the benchmark for any future parties she is due to attend. Tweeting as the party wrapped up, just before 3am, she said: "Just left the White House. All other parties from here on out will be judged unless they take place at the White House." CLICK

  • Drew Barrymore shows off baby Olive's 'best picture ever'

    Drew Barrymore has gushed about motherhood and her daughter Olive in an intimate interview with chat show Queen Oprah Winfrey. The 37-year-old actress, who welcomed her first daughter in September, admitted that motherhood is like "having the worst crush of your life". "Everyone says what is parenthood like and they only word that came across my world was indescribable. It's like having the worst crush of your life. I drive home with heart palpitations, I just can't wait to get to her," she confessed.   CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY The mother-of-one also revealed there is one special picture and video of Olive

  • Shakira welcomes baby with footballer beau Gerard Pique

    Pop sensation Shakira has joined the celebrity mummy club. The Colombian star has given birth to her first baby by her footballer boyfriend Gerard Pique. At 21.36pm on Tuesday, the couple welcomed their baby boy, named Milan Pique Mubarak, into the world by planned caesarean section. The happy couple released a statement on the singer's website to announce the news. "We are happy to announce the birth of Milan Piqué Mebarak, son of Shakira Mebarak and Gerard Piqué, born January 22nd at 9:36pm, in Barcelona, Spain. The name Milan (pronounced MEE-lahn), means dear, loving and gracious in Slavic; in Ancient Roman, eager and laborious;

  • Tributes pour in for 'charismatic' director Michael Winner

    Stars such as Michael Caine and John Cleese have paid tribute to late journalist, film director and food critic Michael Winner. The acid-tongued wit began his career in the showbiz circuit at the age of 14 when he wrote newspaper column Michael Winner's Showbiz Gossip. The Cambridge graduate went on to pursue a film career, directing more than 30 films such as British classics Death Wish and The Big Sleep.     In later life, the star wrote restaurant review column Winner's Dinners, and coined one of Britain's favourite catchphrases: "Calm down dear," for insurance company Esure's TV advertisements. Friend and colleague Michael Caine has thanked

  • 'Ooh, blimey! That's very nice!': Mick Jagger's delight at quadruple NME honour

    Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has expressed his joy at the band being nominated for four NME Awards, describing the quadruple honour as "very nice". The veteran singer, whose band - including newlywed Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards - staged a series of comeback shows to celebrate their 50th anniversary last year, said the nominations were special because they give music fans a chance to have their say. CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE "It's very nice to be nominated," said Mick. "When I first heard it was four things, I thought, 'Ooh, blimey! That's very nice!'." He added: "And it's not a journalists-only thing, it's not a coterie of