Celine Dion has announced that she will be performing a brand new original song for the live-action adaptation of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. The Canadian singer, who originally performed a pop cover of the hit song Beauty and the Beast for the 1991 animation, revealed the exciting news on Instagram. Sharing a photo of Emma Watson and Dan Stevens in their roles as Belle and the Beast, she wrote: "I am thrilled to announce that I'll be performing an all-new original song, 'How Does a Moment Last Forever,' for Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast. Being a part
Team Tom, Team Gavin, Team Jennifer or Team will.i.am? Just two weeks in, and already a favourite has emerged, with bookies taking bets on which star will be the winning manager this series. And, according to William Hill, it's Jennifer Hudson who is set to take the crown. Jennifer's position at the head of the pack is likely thanks to Mo Adeniran, who picked the American star to be his mentor in the very first episode. He currently stands as favourite to win the singing competition after wowing both the judges and the audience. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY One of Jennifer's contestants,
Will Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint reprise their roles for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child film trilogy?
Following the success of the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it has been reported that Warner Bros are keen to make a film trilogy based on the story, and have already approached Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint about returning to the incredibly popular franchise in their roles as Harry, Ron and Hermione. According to historian and journalist Jim Hill, the trio who starred in the original eight films have already spoken to Warners Bros about eventually returning to the franchise. Chatting to the Unofficial Universal Orlando podcast, he said: "I have heard that Warner Bros
She found fame aged just eight when she made her debut as Hannah Martin on Neighbours. Now, nearly 25 years on, actress Rebecca Ritters is leading a very different life. Having left the world of soap stardom behind her, the 32-year-old works as a broadcast journalist and producer for Deutsche Welle in Berlin. A photo on her Twitter account shows Rebecca sipping on a glass of red wine and she reads a German newspaper. Prior to working for Deutsche Welle, the former child star worked on ABC News Breakfast having taken on a job at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. CLICK TO
The Voice is back on our screens, with judges Jennifer Hudson, Tom Jones, Gavin Rossdale and will.i.am meeting a new round of singers hoping to convince the panel to turn their chairs and take them through to the competition. Past winners have floored the judges and public with their impressive vocals, but what have they been up to since competing in the show? From Leanne Mitchell to Kevin Simm, we find out what they're up to now… Leanne Mitchell Mentored by Tom Jones, Leanne was crowned the winner of the very first series of The Voice in 2012. After the