Platinum hair is a new model favourite. Harriet Walker tries the stark shade for herself
When one runs into a fellow vacationer abroad, talk naturally turns to home. So it was that at last weekend's "Istancool" cultural festival in Istanbul, I found myself hobnobbing with Courtney Love, who told me how much she adored the British tabloids.
Marvel may have dumped him as Hulk but now Ed Norton is back to his best, slugging it out opposite Robert De Niro, finds Matt Mueller
Godspeed, a graphic novel about Kurt Cobain, is being reissued in pocket-sized format, introducing this very modern hero to a different generation
Never one to hold back, the singer has been opening up about her past again – this time about her supposed affair with Kate Moss
The riffs, the roar, the rants: must be another Hole record
Having dallied awhile on the fringes of Hollywood without ever establishing herself as more than a thespian novelty and car-crash sideshow, Courtney Love has finally returned to music with Nobody's Daughter, the first Hole album in 12 years, and her first musical offering since America's Sweetheart, her self-pitying solo album from 2004.
When all you need is Love
Richie was arrested in 2006 for driving under the influence of the painkiller Vicodin. She claimed the medication was for menstrual cramps and after her arrest said: "I kept making bad decisions or mistake after mistake after mistake."
The apparent danger of rock'n'roll draws actresses like Scarlett Johansson, says Nick Hasted. Shame they can't all sing
He was the voice of Generation X, speaking to disaffected youth with the lyricism of grunge music. Now, 14 years after his suicide, a new film – in his own words – gives fresh insight into the life and death of Nirvana's tortured frontman Kurt Cobain.