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Susie Rushton: Happiness is hours in front of the TV

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Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler revealed how much they loved working together on new rom com The Bounty Hunter at the film's London premiere last night.

Pandora: Diplomatic Dave to heal rift with Israelis

All it took was the prospect of a few canapés – or, perhaps, a few trays of Ferrero Rocher.

Beyonce Knowles has 'sexiest body', say women

Singer Beyonce is the celebrity with the best body in the eyes of British women, but males prefer Hollywood actress Megan Fox, a new survey has found.

Jaci Stephen: 'Leno versus Conan is the new Rumble in the Jungle, and I can't get enough of it'

You know when something is really big news here when the essence of the story can be reduced to just four words.

Brangelina: The end of the affair

After five years and six children, the first couple of Hollywood are rumoured to be splitting up. Amy Jenkins pays tribute to the phenomenon

Bradley Cooper: 'There's been plenty of rejection'

He's served his time on the bit-part circuit – but now it seems that The Hangover is heralding a new dawn for Bradley Cooper

2020 vision: With the Hollywood A-list in their desert compound, the UK rejects the Gwynification of the high street

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