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Ms D'Auriol had stayed overnight at the clinic after undergoing plastic surgery

....'Enough said' indeed

Film: What’s scarier than a shark? A shark tornado!

It’s easy to see the logic behind Sharknado, a new film being touted to distributors at the Cannes film market: why have one just outlandish threat, when you can have two?

Taking the biscuit: BBC denies Paul Hollywood's Great British Bake Off job is at risk following split from wife

The BBC has denied reports that Paul Hollywood's role on The Great British Bake Off is under threat following his split from his wife.

Galifianakis reportedly invited Elizabeth “Mimi” Haist, 87, to the Los Angeles premiere of the third of his Hangover films

Hollywood practices random acts of red-carpet kindness

The Hangover actor Zach Galifianakis’s date for his movie premieres isn’t arm candy  – it’s his 87-year-old friend who he saved from homelessness. Bravo, says Simon Usborne

Carl Froch lands a right on Mikkel Kessler when the two first met in 2010

Steve Bunce on Boxing: Carl Froch handed rare chance of revenge with dream rematch

IBF super-middleweight champion will face Mikel Kessler on Saturday night, tasked with beating the man who handed Froch his first defeat

Fears of a return to bloody gang war on the streets of El Salvador as security minister is ousted by Supreme Court

Up to 60,000 members of rival gangs MS-13 and 18 Street could break ceasefire orchestrated by David Mungia Payes

Kelly Rowland has been appointed a judge on American X Factor

Simon Cowell appoints Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio American X Factor judges

Simon Cowell has hired former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland and Mexican singer/actress Paulina Rubio as judges on the American version of The X Factor.

What sounded like gunshots are thought to have been fired near two of the film festival judges

Christoph Waltz among stars rushed to safety as man with gun and grenade opens fire in Cannes

Assailant reportedly threatened to blow up studio

Great British Break Off: Paul Hollywood splits from his wife of 15 years

Culinary TV star Paul Hollywood has split from his wife after 15 years of marriage.

Actress Emma Watson attends 'The Bling Ring' premiere during The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 16, 2013 in Cannes, France.

The Bling Ring at Cannes Film Festival 2013: Sofia Coppola's movie about celebrity starring Emma Watson opens

Sofia Coppola was just 8 years old when she first came to the Cannes Film Festival. Her father, Francis Ford Coppola, was there to premiere a work-in-progress cut of a film he had spent years wrestling with: Apocalypse Now.

Joe Wright and Keira Knightley at the premiere Anna Karenina

Directing Fifty Shades of Grey: If Joe Wright gets the job, does it mean Keira Knightley for Anastasia Steele?

The British filmmaker, who seems to cast Keira Knighley in all his projects, looks set to take the most anticipated directing gig in Hollywood

Michael Jackson performing during his HIStory World Tour. The Jackson family is reportedly suing AEG LIve for $40bn in damages

'Angry' AEG boss insisted Michael Jackson rehearse despite his ill health, court hears

Michael Jackson's long-time make-up artist told a court she overhead an executive for concert promoter AEG Live insist that the singer rehearse, despite signs of his declining health.

Firefighters lighting a backfire, to scorch shrubland before the out-of-control blaze gets to it

In pictures: More than 1,000 firefighters battle Springs Fire in California

Firefighters say it could take until Monday to contain the inferno

Jeff Hanneman of Slayer performing in 2011 at the Empire Polo Club

Metal community mourns Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman, 49, who died three years after contracting flesh-eating disease from spider bite

American thrash metal guitarist Jeff Hanneman, a member of the seminal heavy metal band Slayer, has died aged 49 from liver failure in Southern California.

Phoenix, Bankrupt! (Glassnote)

Album review: Phoenix, Bankrupt! (Glassnote)

French quartet Phoenix's follow-up to their 2009 breakthrough, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, continues in a similar vein of throwback pop whose retro leanings are neatly signalled by the nostalgic jet-set imagery of “Drakkar Noir”.

Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson’s mother

Michael Jackson wrongful death trial to commence next Monday

The civil trial over the death of Michael Jackson is set to get formally underway next week after jury selection was completed in the $40 billion case that pits the pop star's mother against concert promoters AEG Live.

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