US rapper Snoop Dogg has bought a stake in financial technology company Klarna Bank.
Ant McPartlin is set to return to work this week as Britain's Got Talent auditions get under way.
Rapper Cardi B has ripped into Donald Trump over his prolonged government shutdown, saying the US had become a "hellhole" and that she was "scared" for her country.
Film classifications are due to be overhauled to reflect a media world that has "changed beyond all recognition".
R&B star Rihanna is suing her father for using their surname for his business venture.
A new Ghostbusters film is in development, directed by the son of the filmmaker who made the 1984 original.
The Cranberries have marked the first anniversary of Dolores O'Riordan's death with the new single from what will be their final album.
Actress Carol Channing, who played the role of Dolly Levi in the musical Hello, Dolly! almost 5,000 times, has died aged 97.
A school student has reportedly seen off competition from more than 30,000 hopefuls to land a starring role in Steven Spielberg's film remake of West Side Story.
Toto's hit song Africa is set to "keep going for all eternity" thanks to a sound installation set up in the world's oldest desert to play the track on loop.
Kim Kardashian West has confirmed rumours she is going to have a fourth child, and revealed it will be a boy.
Selena Gomez has returned to social media after a four-month absence to wish her followers a happy new year.
Margot Robbie has said she is "so angry" about being asked when she is going to have babies after getting married.
Bros have announced an "up close and personal" revival following the viral success of a documentary about their time in pop.
Award-winning drama True Detective is back on our screens with its long-awaited third series.
Hugh Grant has issued a plea for help to trace a stolen script taken after his car was broken into.
British stars Olivia Colman and Christian Bale are on a roll, picking up more prizes at the Critics' Choice Awards.
An egg has become the most-liked Instagram post of all-time, poaching the record from reality star Kylie Jenner.
Game Of Thrones fans, this is it - the countdown to the beginning of the end.
Classical music was the fastest-growing genre in 2018, figures released by the UK's recording industry body show.