• Angelina Jolie reveals she had ovaries and fallopian tubes removed two years after double mastectomy

    Angelina Jolie has undergone surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes after learning she was at risk of ovarian cancer. The star revealed details of the procedures in a candid and deeply touching opinion piece published in the New York Times on Monday. The Oscar-winning actress-turned-director explained the sequence of events in the op-ed titled Angelina Jolie Pitt: Diary Of A Surgery, which was a continuation from the piece she wrote two years ago sharing the news of her double mastectomy to prevent the onset of breast cancer. Angelina Jolie has undergone surgery to remove her ovaries

  • James Corden receives praise for The Late, Late Show debut

    James Corden was understandably nervous ahead of his debut as host of The Late, Late Show, but it seems he had little to worry about as his first show has been well received by critics and audiences alike. The British comedian was joined by A-List guests Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks for Monday night's debut, in which he thanked viewers for the honour of being selected for the coveted position. Celebrities including Eddie Redmayne, Meryl Streep and Simon Cowell all lent their support to James by starring in pre-recorded sketches, while Jay Leno also made an appearance in a

  • Orlando Bloom visits Ebola-affected communities in Liberia

    Orlando Bloom has just returned from an emotional visit to Liberia, where he met locals from communities affected by Ebola. The actor was the first high-profile Hollywood star to venture to the country since the outbreak, according to UNICEF. As a Goodwill Ambassador for the international charity, Orlando was reviewing how UNICEF is helping locals on the ground. The 38-year-old spoke to children and families who had survived the deadly virus, including Ansu Anderson Turay and his six-year-old son, Abraham. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY Orlando Bloom met survivor Ansu Anderson Turay and his 6-year-old son, Abraham

  • Russell Crowe reveals his ongoing fight for Australian citizenship

    It’s been 46 years since Russell Crowe moved to Australia, but remarkably he has yet to be granted Australian citizenship. The New Zealand-born actor made the surprising revelation in a new interview with the Radio Times, and spoke about his frustration after a number of failed applications. "I've been voted one of Australia's 50 national treasures. I've been had my face on an Australian stamp, the only non-Australian to do so, apart from the Queen, of course. It's so, so… unreasonable," said the Oscar-winner. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Russell Crowe has revealed he is still not an Australian citizen Russell shared his

  • Chris Hardman - aka Lil' Chris - passes away aged 24: tributes pour in

    Lil' Chris, the 24-year-old English singer who rose to fame in 2006 when he appeared on Gene Simmons' Rock School, has passed away. The young man is said to have died unexpectedly on 24 March. Tributes have been pouring in for the Suffolk-born star – whose real name was Chris Hardman - following the news of his passing. Lil' Chris - Chris Hardman - is reported to have passed away aged 24 McBusted drummer Harry Judd was among the first to remember the talented youngster. "Shocked and saddened to hear the news about Lil' Chris,"

  • Emma Bunton: why she hasn't visited Victoria's store and her feelings on Spice Girls anniversary

    Emma Bunton has told HELLO! that she’s yet to visit Victoria Beckham’s Dover Street boutique. "But I would love to go," she says, admitting that they just haven’t worked out a time. "We were emailing the other day. I took a lovely bag of hers to the Brit Awards." . Emma Bunton has revealed she is yet to visit Victoria Beckham's boutique Next year marks the 20th anniversary of the Spice Girls’ single Wannabe – how does that feel? "It just makes me feel old," she laughs. "But it’s amazing, and it’s nice that people are

  • Star photographer Dave Benett shares iconic snaps of A-listers on fascinating Instagram account

    Star snapper Dave Benett has photographed icons from Princess Diana and Kate Moss, to Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Pitt, and Michael Jackson and Nicole Kidman at some of the biggest events in history. The stunning photographs, which have become iconic in their own right, can now be seen on Instagram – where Dave's account is swiftly becoming the most talked about page on the photo-sharing website. Every picture tells a story. "Diana and Liza Minelli is probably one of my favourite pictures," the London-based photographer told HELLO! Online. #princessdiana #lizaminelli #steppingout #1991 #90s

  • Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr enjoy date night after 13 years of marriage

    After 13 years of marriage, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr still understand the importance of date night. The pair, who met in 1997 and have two children, spent Monday evening enjoying some quality alone time. "Sometimes even parents need a #DateNight Up past ten pm #PartyAnimals Married almost 13 years and still enjoying each other's company," Sarah, 37, captioned a sweet selfie of herself and Freddie, which she posted on Instagram. Sometimes even parents need a #DateNight Up past ten pm #PartyAnimals Married almost 13 years and still enjoying each other's