• James Corden makes powerful speech about London: 'This is not a country that feels afraid'

    James Corden made a powerful statement about London for the opening of the first special episode of his chat show, The Late Late Show. The show, which is usually based in the US, will take place in London for three days. Speaking from Westminster, the Gavin and Stacey star delivered a message about the terror attack at London Bridge, and how the horrific incident felt "incredibly close to him." WATCH: James Corden shares Ed Sheeran's Carpool Karaoke teaser Pointing out the rainy weather, he joked: "Good evening everybody and welcome to British summertime." He continued: "We are here in the heart of London

  • James Corden's Carpool Karaoke with Ed Sheeran is finally here! Watch the video

    James Corden took Ed Sheeran for a ride for his latest Carpool Karaoke, and it might be the best one yet! The Late Late Show picked up the star and the pair started singing The Shape of You immediately, with James jokily swaying to the music. The pair performed several tunes, and took part in a Malteser challenge where Ed managed to fit an incredible 52 chocolates into his mouth! READ: James Corden makes powerful speech about London: 'This is not a country that feels afraid' Speaking about his hiatus, Ed said: "I did three months proper travelling and then I made

  • Andy Cunningham, star of children's show Bodger & Badger, dies aged 67

    Andy Cunningham has passed away at the age of 67, his family has confirmed. The actor, who was best known for starring in BBC children's comedy Bodger & Badger, died after a battle with cancer at the Royal Sussex County Hospital on Monday. His sister Tessa paid a loving tribute, telling Press Association: "Andy lived to be loved and to make people laugh - starting with me, his little sister. He had a quicksilver brain, a rebellious attitude, boundless compassion particularly for the underdog, unstinting levels of generosity and, of course, a passion for mashed potato." Andy Cunningham, star of children's

  • Stingray from Neighbours is all grown up! See the pics

    It's been ten years since Ben Nicholas left Neighbours – and a lot has changed in that time. The TV star, who found fame playing lovable troublemaker Scott 'Stingray' Timmins, the cousin of Toadie Rebecchi, has completely transformed since his final appearance on the show in March 2007. Pictures on 29-year-old Ben's Instagram show the actor looking all grown up, and very muscular! And he is still working in the entertainment industry, most recently on the comedy show Footballer Wants a Wife. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Actor Ben Nicholas found fame playing Stingray in Neighbours Stingray made his first appearance on Neighbours in March