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Is that wedding bells we hear?

The Cannes Festival Diary: Putting sexual rumours to bed

One of the films in competition at Cannes has sparked the question of which nationality is worse in the sack: the Germans or the British? Jeune et Jolie is the story of a girl's (Marine Vacth) sexual awakenings before she decides to become a prostitute.

A match made in home-video heaven

The emergence of a sex tape can put a strain on celebrity romances. In Kanye West's case, it might only bring him closer to Kim Kardashian, his girlfriend.

Rebecca Tyrrel: 'Oh to be the first fly on the wall in space when Hawking and Hilton meet on board'

Who knew that, among the galaxy of stars to have booked their tickets for Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic space tourist flight, is HRH Princess Beatrice?

Top Trumps: Party People

No self-respecting billionaire wants to be seen as mean when it comes to celebrating a birthday, but they need to dig deep, says Genevieve Roberts

Bar Balto, By Faiza Guene (trs Sarah Ardizzone)

Murderous monologues from the citizens of Making-Ends-Meet

Only 234 English setters were registered with the Kennel Club last year

English setter on the brink of extinction

The English setter, a dog breed which has survived for more than 400 years, is on the brink of extinction because of the fad for smaller dogs.

Video: Paris Hilton on why God made celebrities

Paris Hilton answers that age old question, why did God make celebrities?

Paris Hilton loses phone

Paris Hilton has lost two of her iPhones.

Paris Hilton intruder receives two-year jail sentence

An intruder who tried to break into Paris Hilton's home has been sentenced to two years in prison.

Lang Lang: The Pied Piper pianist of China

Be kind, global star urges parents, as budding musicians vie to join him

Holy Moly, scourge of celebrity culture, sells out to Endemol

Holy Moly began as an online message board with the intention of puncturing the inflated egos of celebrities. More than eight years later it has joined forces with Endemol, the company behind Big Brother. And to mark the occasion, Jamie East, the internet entrepreneur who has spent most of this century concealing his identity and answering to the name of Mr Holy Moly, has revealed himself to the public.

Paris Hilton wants royal wedding invite

Paris Hilton wants to get an invitation to the royal wedding.

Paris Hilton: I'm happy and healthy

Paris Hilton insists she has never been happier.

Diva Zappa's knits are the daughters of invention

Frank Zappa's youngest daughter, Diva, 31, has her first UK show of contemporary knitwear art and "couture canvases".

Demi Moore's Striptease is film fans' 'favourite guilty pleasure'

Demi Moore's film Striptease - awarded the title of worst movie of the year when released - was today named film fans' favourite guilty pleasure.

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Charlie Austin: ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

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Isis profits from destruction of antiquities by selling relics to dealers - and then blowing up the buildings they come from to conceal the evidence of looting

How Isis profits from destruction of antiquities

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Tunisia fears its Arab Spring could be reversed as the new regime becomes as intolerant of dissent as its predecessor

The Arab Spring reversed

Tunisian protesters fear that a new law will whitewash corrupt businessmen and officials, but they are finding that the new regime is becoming as intolerant of dissent as its predecessor
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Academic claims King Arthur was real - and reveals where he lived

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