• Tom Jones reveals what makes him feel guilty

    Tom Jones has opened up about feeling guilty in his role as a judge on The Voice. During the press launch of the popular singing competition on Wednesday, the It's Not Unusual singer admitted that he felt he'd made a mistake by not choosing one particular contestant, and even shouted at himself to press the button while watching the first episode. READ: Sir Tom Jones forced to postpone tour on medical advice Tom admitted he felt guilty not pressing his button  When asked if he felt guilty after watching the rejected contestants in the first episode of the show, he said: "Yes… The

  • Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie to both attend 2018 Golden Globes

    It has been confirmed that Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie will both present awards at the 2018 Golden Globes on Sunday night. The two actresses, along with Helen Mirren and Emma Stone, were the final presenters to be named by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association ahead of the highly-anticipated ceremony. Jennifer and Angelina, who share a mutual ex in Brad Pitt, rarely attend the same events; their last joint appearance was at the Critics' Choice Awards in 2015. But their attendance at the Globes seems to further reinforce the ceremony's focus this year on female empowerment and solidarity, following the

  • Stephen Fry confirms he's stepping down as BAFTAs host after 12 years

    Stephen Fry has confirmed he has stepped down as host of the BAFTA Film Awards, after 12 years taking centre stage at the annual ceremony. The 60-year-old presenter explained that it was time to let someone else "take the BAFTAs on to new heights and greater glories." On Friday, he said: "Over the last two decades I have especially loved watching the emergence of new young film talent behind and in front of the camera. But after so long a time I felt it only right to stand down and let others take the BAFTAs on to new heights

  • David Attenborough reprimands Bear Grylls for killing animals on TV

    David Attenborough has criticised TV star and adventurer Bear Grylls, saying he would never kill an animal for 'good' television viewing. Bear's reality TV show The Island has shown the deaths of various animals, including crocodiles, pigs and turkeys, leaving many viewers distressed and in uproar. Sir David, who has been making documentaries since the fifties, told The Sun: "We've never killed an animal. Bear Grylls will have to answer for himself. But I wouldn't willingly kill an animal just to get a shot." The 91-year-old's comments come after Bear, 43, was openly criticised by animal charity PETA. His TV

  • Fans call for Dawson's Creek reunion after Katie Holmes shares throwback photo

    Katie Holmes shot to fame in 1998 playing Joey Potter in hit TV drama Dawson's Creek, and on Friday, the actress got nostalgic thinking about her time on the show. Taking a trip down memory lane, Katie took to her Instagram account to share a photograph from her days on the prgramme. The star was pictured wrapping her arms around Dawson's Creek writer Kevin Williamson in front of a Christmas tree at home. Katie can be seen wearing a bright orange top and jeans, while Kevin looked smart in a blue shirt and chinos. The 39-year-old captioned the photo: "#tbt to my friend Kevin Williamson

  • Harry Potter's Matthew Lewis stuns fans as he strips off in TV drama

    He first found fame playing Neville Longbottom in the hit wizard franchise Harry Potter. But Matthew Lewis well and truly shed his child actor image this week with a racy appearance in the new ITV drama, Girlfriends. Viewers took to Twitter to share their shock – and delight – as the 28-year-old star stripped off in the show, revealing his impressive muscular physique. "Matthew Lewis gets better looking every time I see him!" one fan wrote. Another added: "The weird moment you realise you fancy Neville Longbottom", while a third agreed: "Aaaaand Neville Longbottom continues to be the hottest alumnus

  • Everyone has been Googling the Queen in 2017 - find out why

    Views of the Queen's Wikipedia page soared last year - and it's all down to Netflix's lavish period drama, The Crown, which sees Claire Foy take on the role of a young Elizabeth II. The monarch was the website's third most read page in 2017 with over 19 million page views, compared to 16 million the previous year. Prince Harry's fiancée, Meghan Markle, was the fifth most-viewed with nearly 17 million page views. The Queen's Wikipedia page is one of the most-viewed pages of 2017 READ: The Queen only has two days off a year - find out when On Wednesday, spokesman

  • Eric Cowell makes adorable TV appearance on Good Morning Britain

    Eric Cowell is the sweetest! The three-year-old boy delighted viewers on Good Morning Britain on Friday as he made a short appearance via a video message alongside his famous dad Simon Cowell, to thank people for "saving the doggies". Simon – who has been supporting the Humane Society International campaign to stop the meat trade in South Korea, fronted by GMB's correspondent Pip Tomson – sent a heartfelt thanks to viewers for their support, while on-board his yacht. In the short clip, Simon said: "Happy New Year everyone. I've just found out how many dogs you saved through the campaign you

  • Is Helena Bonham Carter taking on the role of Princess Margaret in The Crown season 3?

    Helena Bonham Carter is favourite to play Princess Margaret in the next two seasons of Netflix drama The Crown, reports the Evening Standard. The British actress is "all but confirmed" to replace Vanessa Kirby in the star-studded cast when it returns for the third series. It was announced last year that Broadchurch star Olivia Colman would be stepping into Claire Foy's shoes to play the Queen. Helena Bonham Carter is tipped to play Princess Margaret in The Crown The Crown: Olivia Colman to replace Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II Although Helena's casting has not been officially confirmed, this would not be