Hers is some musical inspiration to help you cling on to those New Year's fitness resolutions.
The star will play a medley of Bowie songs in homage to the prolific artist who inspired her at the ceremony in Los Angeles
Company issues countersuit in response to Ora’s demand to be released from the label – but a settlement is expected soon
So what if he’s 16 and new to photography? To criticise Brooklyn Beckham’s new Burberry Brit gig smacks of snobbery – and misunderstands the power of having 5.9 million Instagram followers
Harry Potter author unveils details of schools for young magicians to rival Hogwarts – in Brazil, Japan, Uganda and the US
Companies including Penguin and Ernst & Young have announced that a degree is no longer a requirement for job applicants. It’s about time, says Tessa Cooper
Most Britons think government should help pay for upkeep of churches as part of UK history and heritage, survey finds
It’s a tacky temple of sexism and Hef, 89, is its high priest
With his ready self-deprecation and an ability to mock inoffensively, Terry Wogan, who has died aged 77 after suffering from cancer, was for several decades one of the most popular personalities on both radio and television in Britain – in his words, a jobbing broadcaster.
Who knows? Maybe it will all turn out to be part of some grand masterplan.
The actor Matt Damon has declared himself unconcerned about the prospect of being replaced in the action franchise with which he’s become synonymous.
Her new film may chart the obsession of a memory-challenged blue tang fish looking to be reunited with her parents, but actor and talkshow host Ellen DeGeneres says family is not “about blood relations” but about a place of “support”.
Seasonal Scandinavian cuisine from Icelandic chef Aggi Sverrisson