• Bruce Willis and Demi Moore reunite to cheer on daughter Rumer Willis during Dancing with the Stars

    Rumer Willis' family was out in force to cheer on her on during Dancing with the Stars. Her father Bruce Willis and mother Demi Moore were both in the audience, clapping and smiling proudly after their girl topped the board with her professional partner Val Chmerkovskiy. Demi Moore and Bruce Willis pictured with Rumer in 2011 Demi sat with friends in the row behind her ex and his wife Emma Heming to watch the 26 -year-old score 32 out of 40 points for her foxtrot. Completing the family group were Rumer's sisters Tallulah and Scout. Bruce

  • Cristiano Ronaldo's sister says the end of his relationship to Irina Shayk is 'like a death'

    It seems Cristiano Ronaldo's split from model Irina Shayk has had a big impact on his family. The Real Madrid footballer's older sister Elma has spoken out about the demise of the couple's relationship, saying it was "like a death" that the family need to "overcome". The 41-year-old, who manages Cristiano's clothing store in Madeira, told Correio da Manha: "Irina is like a death. Suffered from the separation but we have to move forward and overcome." Despite admitting to grieving her brother's relationship, Elma said Cristiano is coping fine with being single. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Cristiano

  • Kanye West to headline Glastonbury – as he reveals he's being awarded an honorary doctorate

    Kanye West will headline Saturday night at this year's Glastonbury festival in June. After much speculation, festival organiser Emily Eaves tweeted to confirm the news. "We are thrilled to let you know we have the one and only Kanye West headlining Saturday night on the Pyramid stage!" she wrote. It has already been announced the Foo Fighters will headline Friday night at the festival, while the main act for Sunday is yet to be revealed. Tickets for this year's festival sold out in less than 30 minutes when they went on sale last October, while music fans paying

  • David Cameron opens up about family life, and feeling 'working parent's guilt'

    David Cameron has admitted that his job as Prime Minister can make it difficult to spend quality time with his three children, and that he sometimes feels guilty when he is unable to take them to school or help them with their homework. The politician invited Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid into his Downing Street home where he gave a revealing insight into his family life. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE David Cameron opened up about family life in an interview on Good Morning Britain Asked whether he felt "working parent's guilt", Mr Cameron

  • Madonna admits Lourdes leaving for college was a 'devastating experience'

    Children leaving for university can be tough for any parent to cope with, and Madonna discovered what an "absolutely devastating experience" it can be in September last year. The Queen of Pop's eldest daughter Lourdes Leon left for the University of Michigan, and Madonna has now opened up on how difficult she found the event. "My sister said it to me when her son went away. I was like, 'Oh my God, you're being so dramatic.' She was, like, bawling and bawling", recalls Madonna during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Madonna and Lourdes Leon in

  • Richard Attenborough honoured in 'brilliant' and 'perfect' memorial

    Stars from the film industry and beyond have gathered to honour the late Richard Attenborough in a private thanksgiving service at Westminster Abbey, London on Tuesday. The actor, who was also known as Lord Attenborough, passed away at the age of 90 last summer. Among those paying tribute were Richard's younger brother and TV wildlife broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, Dame Judi Dench, Sir Michael Caine and Twiggy. The memorial, which lasted just under an hour, was led by the Dean of Westminster, the very reverend Dr John Hall. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY David Attenborough, 88, lost

  • Khloe, Kim, and Kris share sweet birthday messages for Rob Kardashian

    Rob Kardashian celebrated his 28th birthday on Tuesday with love and admiration coming from his family across social media. Khloé Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West both left messages and pictures on Twitter and Instagram, wishing their younger brother a happy birthday, while his mother Kris Jenner took a more emotional route. "Your smile can light up any room and a million hearts @robkardashian", wrote Kris in a post on Instagram. Kris Jenner acknowledged her son Rob's birthday over Instagram "I fell madly in love with you the moment we met 28 years ago...you are such a