Is Britain ready for a series looking at the lives of the young and privileged?
He has said sorry, is back in the goals and is trying to open up via Twitter. Ian Herbert reports on the striker's search for forgiveness
Don't let the quiet bit in a My Passion song fool you into turning up your headphones, because the kick-in will break your brains.
At US universities, it's the norm for students to share bedrooms. But, as a new film explores, what happens when your roommate is mad, bad or downright dangerous?
Blake Lively has been named the world's most desirable woman.
Gossip Girl star Blake Lively is to be the new face of Chanel's "Mademoiselle" handbag line, after she was introduced to Karl Lagerfeld by Vogue editor Anna Wintour. "I will always feel [the bag] is more than just a purse," Lively mused. "It's a quilted case full of lipstick, love letters and the dreams and possibilities that I have always felt every time I see that beautiful CC."
Prime Minister David Cameron swapped political barbs for showbiz quips as he picked up a gong at the GQ Men of the Year awards.
Three new dramas with overweight protagonists are making their mark in the States, says Sarah Hughes. But how long can they last?
A horde of pop stars have been jostling for a lucrative berth on the soundtrack to the latest Twilight film. Gillian Orr takes a look at a particularly toothsome collection
After 30 years in the doldrums, the relaxed East Coast look is back – along with a new handbook to help you wear it with elan
If you thought that the viewing public’s blood lust had been sated by ‘Twilight’ and ‘True Blood’ you’d be wrong. Sarah Hughesreports on ‘The Vampire Diaries’, the dark new show from the US
The recession has been disastrous for the fashion business. But Michael Kors has weathered the storm – and kept his tan.
New US comedy drama 'Hung' follows the exploits of a well-endowed sports coach who falls on hard times and becomes a gigolo, but beneath the prurient title lie more serious themes. By Gerard Gilbert
The producer of 'The Office' has moved on from comedy with a new soap described as 'Gossip Girl' meets 'Buffy' via Hogwarts.
The Eighties revival is all well and good, says Sarah Hughes, but frothy remakes of some of the decade's best loved films, including 'Fame' and 'Footloose', seem to be seriously missing the point