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The prototype allowed users to compare their size with that of famous faces  such as Cheryl Cole, Kate Middleton and Adele

<p><strong>Cheryl Cole, Stephane Rolland</strong></p>
<p>Extending her lashes to match the length of the feathers at the hem of her Stephane Rolland dress is an interesting exercise in co-ordinated dressing. Have her lips been varnished solid into that pout?</p>

Couture on the Croisette: Fashion hits

Long known as a playground for the good and the glamorous of Hollywood, Susannah Frankel rounds up some of the best outfits from the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

The Voice suffers ratings blow

Kylie Minogue's guest appearance failed to be so lucky for BBC1's The Voice as the programme had its worst results show audience so far.

The cast of Geordie Shore

The boat comes in for Geordie Shore as tourism booms

Despite fears that the North-east series was a freak show, hotels are busy and the diary is full

Lady Gaga at the Grammys earlier this month

Killer Lovers vs Little Monsters: know your pop-fan nicknames

When former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger performed a solo show in London last week, possibly even more surprising than her managing to fill the Hammersmith Apollo was the discovery that her fans have their own name: Killer Lovers (a play on the title of her album, Killer Love).

Simon Cowell axes X Factor judges in US cull

US X Factor judges Nicole Scherzinger and Steve Jones are out of the TV show, it emerged today.

Nicola Roberts: 'Therapy is too expensive'

Nicola Roberts says therapy is "too expensive". 

Cliff Richard’s calendar features the 71 year old in a series of buff, all-action poses

Cliff's heading for Christmas No 1 (but don't worry, he's not singing...)

Even Justin Bieber trails in the veteran's wake when it comes to calendar sales

Russell Kane: Manscaping, Hammersmith Apollo, London (4/5)

It was typical of the self-aware, self-referential and self-deprecating “third Russell of comedy” to acknowledge that the X Factor final had taken a slither out of his audience share tonight.

Beyonce Knowles highest paid performer per minute

The 'Love on Top' singer topped a poll by social media website saucytime.com by earning £1.25 million for a five-song performance at a private New Year's Eve 2010 party on the island of St. Barts, equating to £71,040 for each minute she was on the stage.

Luxury Poppy firm criticised

A company that sells deluxe versions of Remembrance Day poppies worn by celebrities donates only 10 per cent of sales to charity, it has emerged.

Nicola Roberts: 'The next Girls Aloud album will be different'

Nicola Roberts believes the next Girls Aloud album will be made "differently".

Sophie Heawood: You aren't brave until you've done a Kate

The thing is...

Cheryl Cole serenaded by Ashley

Cheryl Cole was serenaded by her ex-husband Ashley at a recent housewarming party.

Are you sitting uncomfortably? How audiences became reluctant Fringe stars

Go to an Edinburgh show at your peril: you may be asked to sing, dance or even meditate on stage &ndash; as Alice Jones discovered

Cheryl Cole to star in film alongside Cameron Diaz

Cheryl Cole has landed her first movie role, in a film starring Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez.

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