• Surprise! Gary Barlow leaves fans stunned with 'masked' gig at shopping centre

    Gary Barlow surprised fans this weekend when he stopped by a Bristol shopping centre to play an impromptu gig. The Take That singer started off wearing a mask – of his own face – but it wasn't long before shoppers worked out the truth. Former X Factor judge Gary, 45, began playing TT hit Could It Be Magic, before whipping off the mask to excited cheers from the growing crowd. As Gary sang away the crowd of shocked shoppers grew – resulting in a queue of people waiting to get a snap with him. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Facebook

  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor on playing dress-up and being a fashionable mum

    As she puts the finishing touches to her new album, Familia, Sophie Ellis-Bextor has taken time out to model some stunning vintage clothing in the run-up to Royal Ascot, the biggest racing event of the summer. The singer-songwriter tells HELLO! she loves to have a flutter at the races. "But I always limit myself to a certain spend," she says. "I've gone with friends who have gone crazy. It gives me butterflies just thinking about how much money they've lost." Sophie Ellis-Bextor has spoken out about motherhood Mum of four Sophie says it was a treat to work on the throwback shoot to

  • Kaley Cuoco and other celebrities weigh in on Harambe the gorilla shooting incident

    Celebrities have spoken out following the shooting of a gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo at the weekend. On Sunday Harambe, a 17-year-old western lowland gorilla, was killed by staff after a child fell into his enclosure.  Harambe's death has caused mixed reactions from the world, with many blaming the zoo and the four-year-old boy's parents for 'negligence'. Ricky Gervais, Brian May and Piers Morgan are among the big names who have shared their opinions online. Celebrities have shared their thoughts following Harambe's death The Big Bang Theory actress Kaley Cuoco also shared her thoughts, posting an emotional message on Instagram alongside a snap

  • George Clooney honoured by the Pope with wife Amal at his side

    George Clooney and his wife Amal returned to Italy – the country where they first met – for a fleeting visit over the weekend. The couple visited the Vatican City in Rome where George was honoured by the Pope. As a supporter of the pontiff's foundation Scholas Occurrentes, George, 55, was presented with a medal. The foundation aims to bring together children from different backgrounds, with the hope of achieving peace and understanding. George gave a few words as he was honoured at the Un Muro o Un Ponte seminar held at the Paul VI

  • Amber Heard breaks silence following Johnny Depp abuse claims

    Amber Heard has said she will give a full statement to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) after claiming she had been physically assaulted by Johnny Depp. The actress, who was granted a restraining order against her husband, said she previously stayed quiet in a bid to "protect her privacy and Johnny's career". A statement released by Amber's lead attorney Samantha F. Spector and her co-counsel Joseph P. Koenig described the 29-year-old as a "hero" for standing up to the actor, after allegedly suffering "years of physical and psychological abuse". CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Amber Heard