• Catherine Zeta-Jones joins the cast of Dad's Army

    Catherine Zeta-Jones will star in a silver-screen remake of Second World War sitcom, Dad's Army. The 45-year-old Welsh actress is set to play a journalist sent to the coastal town of Walmington-on-Sea to write about the efforts of the Home Guard volunteers. Catherine, who rose to fame after starring in The Darling Buds of May, will join a stellar cast of British acting talent on the film. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY OF THE CAST Left to right: Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Gambon Sir Tom Courtenay will play Corporal Jones, Sir Michael Gambon will star as Godfrey and Toby Jones

  • Michelle Keegan laden with shopping bags on set of Ordinary Lies

    It looks like Michelle Keegan has one thing in common with her new on-screen character Tracy – a love for shopping. The pint-sized actress was pictured laden with bags as she browsed the shop windows of Manchester city centre, filming scenes for TV drama Ordinary Lies. The star announced last month that she would be joining the BBC show, which is set in a car salesroom in the north of England.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Michelle Keegan stars in Ordinary Lies, set to air next year Michelle looked right at home as she clung on to her high-street shopping bags

  • X Factor's Blonde Electra explain their name change

    X Factor finalists Blonde Electra have revealed why they changed their band name. Auditioning onto the show as Blonde Electric, sisters Jazzy, 24, and Ruby King, 22, explained why they dropped their old moniker. "Blonde Electric is a little too descriptive," said Jazzy – real name Jasmina – on This Morning.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Blonde Electra previously auditioned as Blonde Electric Speaking to host Phillip Schofield she added: "We are going for an independent strong woman that represents Blonde Electra. That is why. But I like it. I think it's got a good ring to it." The platinum blonde siblings,