Jenn Selby

Jenn Selby is People Editor for the Independent website

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Keira Knightley topless: Usually conservative actress does own take on #Freethenipple campaign for Interview Magazine

The spread has been shot by fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the magazine’s September issue, out on news stands now

Katy Perry and Riff Raff wear double denim

Riff Raff starts random feud with Sam Smith after singer crops him out of Katy Perry Instagram picture: 'PS Your face is super huge'

The rapper berated the British singer for doing him the huge favour of cutting him out of an image he'd taken with him

Miley Cyrus homeless MTV VMAs date Jesse Helt turns himself in to police

Helt was booked in by duty officers at the Polk County Jail in Dallas just before 8pm after he walked himself into the station

Angelina Jolie with her father Jon Voight

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie wedding: Actress's father Jon Voight was 'not invited' to the private nuptials in France

Asked whether he was upset not to be invited, he responded by saying he was busy with the Emmy Awards anyway

Joan Rivers hospitalised: Melissa Rivers thanks public for 'outpouring of support' as she provides update

Speaking to NBC Nightly News, Melissa that her mother was now 'resting comfortably' after she suffered a heart attack

WWE legend Jake 'The Snake' Roberts hospitalised after double pneumonia left him in a coma

The wrestler, 59, is now drifting in and out of consciousness, close friend Diamond Dallas said on Twitter

Robbie Williams 'sick and violated' after claims paparazzi stalked family to take pictures of daughter on holiday

The former Take That star's family were seemingly unaware that they were being photographed on the private property in Sardinia

Justin Bieber compares treatment of paparazzi after car accident to death of Princess Diana

The pop star accused photographers of acting "recklessly" after his red Ferrari collided with a paparazzo’s Prius in West Hollywood

Kate Bush teaching Delia Smith how to cook rice is absolute TV gold

Forget Cloudbusting - this is the iconic Kate Bush moment every fan should witness. Especially if said fan needs advice on how to eat seeds

Bob Peck, Samuel L Jackson and Richard Attenborough star in Jurassic Park, 1993

Richard Attenborough spent his last six years 'barely able to speak' after stroke, says his son: 'He was obviously not the same man'

The actor and director, who passed away on Sunday (24 August), badly injured himself after a fall at home in 2008

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