Newly reunited girl group Girls Aloud have confirmed a tour next year.
Girls Aloud unveiled their comeback track today as they premiered the dance tune online.
Pop stars Cheryl Cole and Will.i.am have been injured in a car crash.
We didn't know The Dandy was still going
And neither, sadly, do the vast majority of the British public. The UK's longest-running children's comic, starring cowboy Desperate Dan, sold two million copies a week in its Fifties heyday. But now The Dandy sells fewer than 8,000 a week. No surprise, then, that it's facing closure. Its publisher, the Dundee-based DC Thomson, said: "We are carrying out a review of our magazines business to meet the challenges of the rapidly-changing publishing industry."
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).
Nicola Roberts says therapy is "too expensive".
Even Justin Bieber trails in the veteran's wake when it comes to calendar sales
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.
Cheryl Cole is set to collaborate with Usher.
As the pips go on its 75th anniversary this weekend, the "speaking clock" still registers 30 million calls each year, generating nearly £10m in revenue for British Telecom.
Nadine Coyle has confirmed Girls Aloud will reunite for their 10th anniversary next year.
Ashley Cole insists there are "no egos" at Chelsea and the senior players will quickly adapt to life under new manager Andre Villas-Boas.
Cheryl Cole is returning home, defeated by those who couldn’t understand her
Cheryl Cole is "in talks" about her future with Simon Cowell after she was dropped from the US version of The X Factor, according to Cowell's friend Sinitta.
Richard Bacon’s afternoon show on Radio 5 is always a treat, and today’s edition promises to be especially thrilling.
Scandal, glamour, satires on the Pope and Sarkozy, lost masterpieces and the usual suspects: it's all go on La Croisette