A number of revellers "collapsed" after they were forced to queue for hours to get through security gates at a London festival.
Tom Hanks has shared his excitement ahead of his favourite team Aston Villa's clash with Derby County on Monday.
A theatre was evacuated during a Jason Manford comedy gig after an audience member's mobile phone caught fire.
Moby has publicly apologised to Natalie Portman days after she claimed he had been "creepy" with her when she was younger.
South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's dark comedy Parasite has won the coveted Palme d'Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
Lewis Capaldi has delighted fans by going undercover to serve in a branch of Greggs.
The Spice Girls have kicked off their eagerly-awaited reunion tour - but some fans were left disappointed after complaining of "horrific" sound problems at the show.
Posters promoting Morrissey's new album have been removed from train stations by Merseyrail after a customer complained it was publicising someone with "pseudo-racist" views.
New TV series Chernobyl has quickly become the top-rated show on entertainment website IMDB, jumping ahead of long-running fan favourites shows such as Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad and The Wire.
Victoria Beckham has wished her fellow Spice Girls good luck as they start their comeback tour - and husband David has also posted his own message of support.
Richard Ashcroft has spoken about his love of grime music, saying acts in the genre have "rewritten the blueprint" for UK music in the last few years.
When Olivia Wilde directed a music video for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, she thought her film-making career had peaked.
Harvey Weinstein has reached a tentative compensation deal worth $44m with women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, Sky News understands.
One of the UK music industry's most notable copyright disputes has been resolved with the royalties and rights for Bitter Sweet Symphony being returned to The Verve's Richard Ashcroft.
Richard Ashcroft, The 1975, Wiley and Mariah Carey were among the winners honoured at this year's Ivor Novello Awards.
Geoffrey Rush is set to receive the largest ever damages payout to a single person in Australia's history following a defamation case against a newspaper publisher and journalist.
Judith Kerr, who wrote the well-loved children's book The Tiger Who Came To Tea, has died at the age of 95, her publisher has announced.
The UK got even fewer points than first thought in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
After 26 years and quite a spectacular fall-out, Shakespears Sister have made their peace, reforming with new music and plans for a greatest hits and a tour.