• Win two VIP tickets to a special screening of Jackie, starring Natalie Portman

    Exciting news, film fans! HELLO! is inviting readers to enter our exciting new competition to win two VIP tickets to an exclusive screening of JACKIE, in cinemas January 20, starring Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman. The two lucky readers will have the chance to mingle with famous guests at the intimate London event, which is being hosted by HELLO!'s Editor-in-Chief Rosie Nixon and fashion designer Tabitha Webb. The screening will take place on Thursday 12th January, with drinks at 6pm for a prompt 7pm start, at the Bvlgari hotel in Knightsbridge, central London. JACKIE is an acclaimed biographical drama that tells the story of the 1963

  • Sir Tom Jones reveals late wife Linda's response to him being sacked from The Voice

    Sir Tom Jones has spoken of his late wife's shock upon hearing the news that he had been axed from The Voice by the BBC. The 76-year-old star – who is returning to the ITV version of the show on 7 January – sat down to discuss his love of music, and the loss of his beloved spouse during a candid interview with Lorraine on Thursday. "She couldn't believe it," he said of Linda, who sadly passed away in April last year. "She said, 'Are you sure you don’t want to do The Voice anymore?' when it happened, and I

  • Rogue One star Diega Luno shares touching story about the importance of representation

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story's leading man Diego Luna revealed that he was "emotional" after reading a touching story sent in by a fan which referred to the importance of representation in cinema. A Tumblr user spoke about taking her dad to see the popular prequel to the Star Wars franchise, discussing his reaction to discovering that one of the leading characters had the same accent as him. She wrote: "I took my father to see Rogue One today… I wanted my Mexican father, with his thick Mexican accent, to experience what it was like to see a hero in a blockbuster film, speak

  • Strictly's Ed Balls and Judge Rinder to join Loose Women panel

    After tearing up the Strictly Come Dancing dancefloor, Ed Balls and Judge Rinder have reunited to become panellists on a special edition of Loose Women, aptly named Loose Women & Men. The stars will be joining regular panellists Andrea McLean and Nadia Sawalha on Friday's show where they will debate over the hot topics of the day and share their personal stories. Ahead of his appearance, British politician Ed said: "I had a great time with the lovely Loose Women when I was on as a guest - showing them a few dance moves! So I can only imagine what mischief we will get

  • Golden Globes 2017: Everything you need to know

    The start of a new year means it's time for award season to officially kick off! The pre-Oscar and BAFTA buzz begins with the Golden Globes, and this year's extravaganza is already upon us, with the ceremony taking place at the end of the week. Here's everything you need to know about the Golden Globes 2017 so far, including the all-important nominations. Where and when?The 74th Golden Globes ceremony will be hosted at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday 8th January at 1am GMT. Who's hosting?American chat show presenter Jimmy Fallon is set to host the Golden Globes for

  • Why Meryl Streep is the Golden Globes' golden girl

    Meryl Streep is the undisputed queen of Hollywood. In her 40 year career, the 67-year-old has earned a reputation as one of the greatest actors of her generation, demonstrating her versatility in films from The Iron Lady to The Devil Wears Prada, Out of Africa, Sophie's Choice and Into the Woods. Testament to her talent – and her hardworking ethos – Meryl has become a staple at every major awards ceremony, every single year. And 2017 is no exception, with the star nominated once again, this time for her role in Florence Foster Jenkins, at the Golden Globes.

  • Could there be a Downton Abbey film in the works?

    Viewers were left devastated when much-loved period drama Downton Abbey came to an end on Christmas Day in 2015. But on Thursday's Good Morning Britain, Jim Carter - who played butler Mr Carson - gave fans fresh hope by hinting that the popular show could be making a comeback. When asked about the possibility of the series being made into a movie, the 68-year-old let slip that the cast have already been asked to clear dates in their diary for filming. He told GMB hosts Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard: "We've been asked to keep ourselves available for dates in the future. But nobody has

  • 10 things you didn't know about the Golden Globes

    The 74th Golden Globes will be taking place on Sunday, but how much do you know about the prestigious award ceremony's interesting, vast (and sometimes juicy!) past? Check out ten things you might not have known about Hollywood's most glamorous night! 1. The Golden Globe Awards were founded in 1944 but didn't actually have a host for its first 14 ceremonies, as the awards were usually given out by journalists who were members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. This only changed when Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr took over the stage and acted as impromptu hosts in

  • All the star presenters hitting the stage at the 2017 Golden Globes

    The 74th annual Golden Globes are rapidly approaching and the focus is not only on the nominees, but also the famous faces who will be gracing the stage to present some of the night's biggest awards. A long list of A-listers including Priyanka Chopra, Amy Schumer, Anna Kendrick, Diego Luna, Sienna Miller, Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Justin Theroux, Sofia Vergara, Timothy Olyphant and This is Us heartthrob Milo Ventimiglia have been drafted to present at this year's ceremony. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Viola Davis is nominated and will serve as a presenter for the ceremony  This season, a slew of