• Ryan Reynolds explains why his and Blake Lively's daughter loves Disney — and it's not what you think!

    Like most kids her age, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's two-year-old daughter James loves Disney movies. The dad-of-two took to Twitter on Sunday, June 4 to hilariously explain why his little girl is a fan. He jokingly tweeted, "My daughter gets so pumped watching Disney films. She loves that they all have singing, dancing and a part when the parents die."  Ryan joked about his daughter's love for Disney movies Photo: Getty Images  This wasn't the first time that the 40-year-old has brought up his daughter and Disney. In December, the actor and his wife visited Disneyland without James and her eight-month-old sister Ines. "Went

  • Nicky Hilton talks daughter Lily Grace's milestones and first birthday plans

    Nicky Hilton's nearly one-year-old daughter Lily-Grace Rothschild is on the move! The fashion designer opened up to HELLO! on Saturday at the 10th annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in New Jersey about her little girl's latest milestones. "She's crawling everywhere and she's trying to walk," the 33-year-old shared. "She's standing everywhere and hanging on to things. She wants to walk so bad, but not yet!" Nicky looked summer ready at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic wearing a dress by Monse Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Veuve Clicquot Paris Hilton's younger sister welcomed her first child with husband James Rothschild last July.

  • Andy Murray pays tribute to victims of 'terrible' UK terrorist attacks

    Andy Murray has paid a heartfelt tribute to the victims of the "terrible" terrorist attacks in both London and Manchester. Speaking after his victory over Karen Khachanov at the French Open, the Wimbledon champion took a moment to reflect on the tragedies that have affected both the UK and Europe in the past couple of years. STORY: Celebrity tributes to victims of London Bridge attack "There was a terrible tragedy in London, we had also in Manchester only six or seven days ago. Paris has also had some problems in the last year or two and I'm sure everyone will join

  •  Andy Murray says it's unlikely that his daughter Sophia will follow in his footsteps

    Andy Murray has admitted that he doesn't think his baby daughter Sophia will be following in his footsteps as a tennis player. The champion tennis player revealed that he gave the 16-month-old a miniature tennis racket as a gift, and the toddler promptly put it in the bin! Chatting to Eurosport, Andy said: "I think she kind of recognises me when I'm on the TV. I have a video on my phone where I have a little mini racket which I tried to give to her and she literally grabbed it, kind of looked at it and just walked over

  • Tess Daly on the new Strictly Come Dancing head judge, staying trim and being mum to growing girls

    The professional dancers on Strictly Come Dancing must have to limber up and keep trim months before they foxtrot back onto our screens. But spare a thought for the presenters, who also have their own camera-ready routines to go through in preparation for the next series. For Tess Daly, this involves getting in shape and cutting down on her carb consumption from about July onwards, ready to start work in August. "But I can't ever give up bread or potatoes. I'm Northern. It's soul food to us," she's keen to point out. "I grew up with a pile of sliced

  • Ariana Grande gets iconic Manchester tribute tattoo with dancers

    The bee symbol has once again become a prominent sign of Manchester after last month's horrific terror attack in the city. And now it has been reported that Ariana Grande and her dancers from her Dangerous Woman tour have all decided to get the same tattoo of the bee as a sweet tribute to the 22 people who were killed and the several others who were badly injured. According to The Sun, the pop star and her crew got the body art from Manchester Ink following Sunday's emotional One Love Manchester concert. Ariana Grande has reportedly got bee tattoo as a tribute WATCH: Police

  • Usher on why he didn't take part in One Love Manchester concert

    Usher opened up about why he didn't perform at Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester on Sunday, after previously being a part of the concert's line-up. The Confessions singer shared a photo of the show while explaining that he couldn't perform at the show because it was his son's first day at summer camp. He wrote: "So happy to see that last night's concert in Manchester proved that love always prevails. I would have loved to be there but it was my son's first day at Camp Kudzu, one of the few summer camps for kids living with diabetes. This

  • Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert named most watched TV programme of 2017

    Ariana Grande's concert has been named the most-watched TV event of 2017 - so far! The pop star hosted a star-studded benefit, aptly called One Love Manchester, at Manchester's Old Trafford stadium on Sunday evening. The overnight figures show that there was a peak of 15 million viewers. According to ratings analysis site overnights.tv, the live BBC broadcast had an average audience of 10.9 million. The last-minute concert, which was only announced on Wednesday, was a tribute to the 22 people who were tragically killed after a suicide bomber targeted her gig at Manchester Arena two weeks ago. Ariana Grande

  • US talk show host praises 'quintessential British' response to terror attacks - see the video

    John Oliver, who is known for presenting the political talk show Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, spoke frankly about the London Bridge terror attack on his show on Monday, and teased the way American media had covered the news. He also voiced his admiration for the way British people had responded to the attack. READ: Blocks put onto bridges after London terror attacks In his opening monologue, he said: "Obviously our thoughts go out to everyone affected but as a British person living in America I feel compelled to address a certain theme throughout American coverage of this tragedy." The show

  • London Bridge terror attack: family of victim who died trying to save others releases statement

    The family of Kirsty Boden, an Australian nurse who tragically died in the London Bridge terror attack, has released a statement via Metropolitan Police. Kirsty is described as "the most outgoing, kind and generous person" who ran towards the bridge in the hope of saving other victims, before she was sadly killed herself on Saturday. Man goes back to restaurant to pay bill following London Bridge attack The statement read: "Kirsty was loved and adored by her family, friends and boyfriend. She was the most outgoing, kind and generous person who loved to help people. Helping people was what she loved

  • Iman pays tribute to husband David Bowie on their wedding anniversary

    Iman paid a beautiful tribute to her husband, the late David Bowie, on their wedding anniversary. The model posted a photo of the pair stood facing each other under an umbrella, with David giving her a kiss on the forehead. She captioned the snap: "June 6th #BowieForever," while a quote next to the photo reads: "I would walk forever, just to be in your arms again." READ: Iman shares gorgeous snap of her teenage daughter Lexi Bowie   June 6th #BowieForever A post shared by IMAN (@the_real_iman) on Jun 6, 2017 at 5:03am PDT   Fans were quick to offer their messages of support, with one

  • Jeff Brazier celebrates what would have been Jade Goody's 36th birthday - see the sweet snap

    Jeff Brazier made sure his two sons celebrated their late mother's birthday. It has been eight years since Jade Goody, who would have turned 36 on Monday, passed away following a battle with cervical cancer. Jeff, 38, took to his Instagram page to share a picture of Bobby, 14, and Freddy, 12, enjoying a meal with close family and friends. In the caption, the TV presenter wrote: "Celebrated what would have been Jade’s 36th Birthday yesterday. How different our lives would be if she were still here. Bless my brave boys #TooSoon."   Celebrated what would have been Jade’s 36th Birthday

  • Harry Judd talks going nude for The Real Full Monty performance

    Harry Judd has opened up about going nude for an upcoming documentary celebrating The Full Monty for the film's 20th anniversary. The McFly band member, along with fellow celebs including TOWIE's Elliot Wright and Olympic swimmer Mark Foster, performed the famous 'full monty' routine at the London Palladium theatre for the documentary in order to raise awareness for testicular and prostate cancer. Harry has been rehearsing for the show STORY: Harry and Izzy Judd introduce baby Lola exclusively to Hello! Speaking about the preparing for the dance, Harry told HELLO!: "I think some people's gym memberships have been renewed! Because yeah, we're