• Michelle Keegan is back to work after Dubai holiday

    Having kicked off the new year with fiancé Mark Wright in Dubai, it's back to work for Michelle Keegan, who was seen on the Warrington set of Ordinary Lies on Wednesday afternoon. Fresh from a relaxing escape to the winter sun, Michelle, 27, was all-smiles and as stunning as ever, with her skin flawless and sun-kissed. The  actress was wrapped up against the chill in a navy padded jacket. Presumably dressed in character, she also wore a pair of laced-up fitted jeans. Michelle Keegan on the set of new BBC drama Ordinary Lies She held a hot drink to keep warm

  • Oscars: the Academy offers peek at preparation ahead of nominations announcement

    Excitement is building in Hollywood ahead of the Oscars nominations announcement on Thursday. As the stars of the year's most acclaimed films wait to see if they have been shortlisted for the prestigious awards, the Academy shared a sneak peek at preparations for the 87th Oscars ceremony on Instagram. Along with a photo of their calendar appointment for the "Super Big Important Event That Is Going To Change The Lives Of A Lot Of Talented People", the Academy also shared a photograph of the exclusive invitations for the Nominees Luncheon, the Governors Ball, and the 87th Annual Oscars. "Tomorrow

  • Ross Kemp 'too busy' to star in EastEnders anniversary special

    Ross Kemp has confirmed that he will not be returning to EastEnders for the show's 30th anniversary. Fans were previously hoping that the actor, who played tough man Grant Mitchell, would be making a comeback. Ross starred on the BBC soap from 1990 to 1999, and then again from 2005 to 2006. His character was the son of Peggy Mitchell, played by veteran actress Barbara Windsor. Revealing the news to Gloucester Citizen, Ross apologetically said: "I can't join [Barbara]. It's just about space in my diary."   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Ross Kemp starred in EastEnders for ten years, during

  • Rita Ora's track Grateful receives Oscar nomination for Best Original Song

    Yet another British star has triumphed in the Oscar nominations for 2015, as singer Rita Ora has received a nod for Grateful, a track she recorded for the film Beyond the Lights. The song, which was written by Diane Warren, has been shortlisted in the Best Original Song category. While the prize is given to the track's songwriters, nominees for the Original Song category often perform at the ceremony, so it is possible that Rita will also make an appearance at the show on 22 February. The song faces competition from songs including Lost Stars, sung by Maroon 5