Jess Denham

Jess Denham reports on Arts and Entertainment for The Independent website.

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Ariana Grande finally apologises after donut-licking America-hating video goes viral: 'I was so disgusted with myself'

The singer found herself with a 'Problem' after security footage leaked online

Who will replace Hugh Jackman as Wolverine? Conan O'Brien has found some 'audition tapes' from possible contenders

Larry King seems to rock the claws rather well would you not agree?

Maisie Williams is confirmed to guest star in Doctor Who

Game of Thrones spoilers banned from Doctor Who set when Maisie Williams guest starred

Peter Capaldi and the cast 'didn't want to know anything at all' and rightly so

A still from the first trailer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Comic Con 2015 line-up: From Game of Thrones and Sherlock to Star Wars and The Hunger Games – what to expect at the best panels

Comic fans have a hectic schedule to look forward to in San Diego

Marisa Tomei is in final negotiations to take up the role of Aunt May in Spider-Man

Spider-Man: Marvel branded 'sexist and ageist' for casting Marisa Tomei as Aunt May

Some fans were quick to point out that the character is sometimes middle-aged

Sherlock season 4: Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman look dapper in new photo

Fans have a long wait until 2017 but a one-off Victorian special is in the pipeline

Motind by Rune Engebo from Norway is just one of the awe-inspiring Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 shortlist

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 shortlist reveals jaw-dropping shots of space

Winners of nine categories are announced a ceremony in September

Amy Winehouse records 'Back to Black' with Mark Ronson in poignant new clip from Amy

The late singer-songwriter clearly had no idea just how talented she was

The X-Files reboot gets brief first teaser of new Mulder and Scully footage

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back in their roles as FBI agents

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