Jess Denham

Jess Denham reports on Arts + Entertainment for The Independent website

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Glastonbury 2015 line-up: Florence + The Machine send best wishes to Dave Grohl after stepping up to replace Foo Fighters

Grohl broke his leg falling off stage at a gig in Sweden last week

Celebrity MasterChef 2015: Contestants, tasks and past winners - everything you need to know

Chesney Hawkes and Sarah Harding are among the new batch of celebrities

Emma Stone reveals why she turned down all-female Ghostbusters

The Amazing Spider-Man star was wary of the 'commitment' of a franchise

The girls from Pitch Perfect 2, including Hailee Steinfeld, singing on stage

Pitch Perfect 2: Mum draws up contract for son demanding he pen essay on sexism after seeing it

Glennon Doyle Melton wants her children to be 'critics not blind consumers'

The character of Christian Grey, played here by Jamie Dornan, is written as a attractive and successful man

Grey: 8 things we learn in new Fifty Shades of Grey book told through Christian's eyes

EL James dedicated the novel to those who 'asked and asked and asked' for it

Chris Evans had initially distanced himself from the possibility of taking the job

New Top Gear hosts: Chris Evans to hold auditions to find co-presenters with anyone welcome to apply

'The one thing that matters is you've got to have a real appetite for cars'

The Princess Diaries 3 could become a reality with or without Anne Hathaway

Disney is reportedly considering making a third follow-up to the 2001 classic

The British actress Maisie Williams is doing remarkably well at negotiating the often crazy path of those who attain massive success at a young age

Jon Snow death: Maisie Williams reacts to shocking Game of Thrones season 5 finale like only a die-hard fan could

Kit Harington's character fell victim to the hit HBO series earlier this week

Florence Welch (and her Machine) are up for best British female solo artists and album of the year for Ceremonials

Florence and the Machine replace Foo Fighters at Glastonbury: Twitter reacts angrily as Emily Eavis confirms new headliner

Florence Welch will step in for Dave Grohl after he broke his leg

High-pitched profits: Limited-edition, Karl Lagerfeld-designed singles from Florence + the Machine cost £50

Glastonbury 2015: Florence and the Machine will replace Foo Fighters as Friday night headliners

Foo Fighters had to pull out after Dave Grohl broke his leg falling off stage

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