Kat Maconie has already carved out a name for herself creating fashionably functional footwear that doesn't hurt your feet, and this season she's collaborating with Felder Felder. Having made the shoes for their spring/summer 2011 catwalk show – which featured their signature armour-like dresses and punky glamour – Maconie's peep-toe boots, gilded with jingly gold hoops, are now available at Urban Outfitters and Asos. Just fancy! And what's more, you'll be able to walk in them too... £295, urbanoutfitters.com/asos.com
Sir Elton John and David Furnish have made the shortlist for Celebrity Dad of the Year.
Peter Andre admits he's a "dirty little rotter" in bed.
Channel 4 breached broadcasting guidelines with jokes about Katie Price's son Harvey on its Frankie Boyle comedy show, the media regulator has ruled.
Messages were still appearing yesterday on the Twitter feed of IvyBean104 – but only to relay the news that the woman reputed to be the world's oldest twitterer had died.
Well, now, there's a thing. This summer is the last summer of Last of the Summer Wine. After this one's lease has run, never again will you be able to relax among the elderly cavortings, whimsical Yorkshire quaintnesses and cosy comings and goings of what is the BBC's longest-running sitcom, just the 37 years old.
Street dreams are made of this
Singer Peter Andre is to present a new teatime show on Channel 4.
Hard times in the book world? The publishing director of Faber and Faber appears to be going to new lengths to land That Next Big Title.
Michael Jackson fans are expected to flock to London tonight for a premiere of a film showing the late entertainer rehearsing for live shows which would never happen.
The machinations of celebville are as turbulent as the intrigues of a bloodstained Renaissance court this week, with Madonna cast as Henry VIII and her personal trainer, Tracy Anderson, as the unfortunate Cardinal Wolsey.
Perhaps it was Peter Andre's sore throat that did it. Or perhaps it was just that after 12 months of recessionary gloom, adland was ready for some good news. Whatever the reason, last week's radio awards defied low expectations.
Imitation, it seems, isn't always a form of flattery. Just ask Jan Ravens, the acerbic Dead Ringers impressionist, who has decided that she will not be "doing a Michelle" any time soon – for fear of offending her subject.
Via boy band and golf course, the Evans brothers have taken an unconventional route to the top, writes Simon Turnbull
Thom and Max Evans were both schooled at Wellington College in Berkshire. So was Eric Arthur Blair, or George Orwell as he preferred to be known when he wrote "Down And Out In Paris And London".
Are the inmates in 'Big Brother' sad wannabes or stars in the making? Film-maker Lee Kern met them all