Andrew Hornery Last night Nicole Kidman was awarded InStyle magazine's Women of Style inaugural Hall of Fame Award.
Helen Barlow The incredibly radiant Kate Hudson speaks about motherhood and her Hollywood childhood.
Paula Joye David Jones has launched heavy artillery in the ongoing store wars, poaching five premium fashion labels from rival Myer.
Katniss Everdeen photobombs Carrie Bradshaw, while Edith Piaf and Hannah Horvath look on. Wonderful.
The British nurse who died last year after being the victim of a prank by two Australian DJs left a note to her employers saying their action had led to her death.
A Kardashian beat Alexa Chung, Rachel Bilson and Kate Moss. This list is ... a bit iffy.
For example, she told the police she was pregnant! What a trickster.
Simone Mitchell The latest? Being covered with real centipedes for a W Magazine photo shoot. Edgy.
Simone Mitchell And the internet goes wild.
Former President Bill Clinton was given the first "advocate for change award", and credited his daughter Chelsea with his turnaround on gay marriage.
The actress was arrested and jailed in Atlanta on Friday, and she used the "but don't you know who I am??" line. Ugh.
Margaret Thatcher's death caused paroxysms of confusion on Twitter where some users were apparently left with the impression that the singer Cher had died.
Shelly Horton Victoria's Secret has denied reports the international lingerie company has dumped Australian model Miranda Kerr.
Ms Mendes discusses her greatest fashion mistake, which she has labelled "Princess Jasmine gone wrong".
Annie Stevens Did you know they met on a failed pilot for a show about re-enacting films with a live soundtrack?
‘‘He loves babies and he loved playing with the little boy we used in The Place Beyond The Pines to play our son. It was adorable to see him in that light.’’
Gordon Rayner Mr Goldsmith, who was filmed taking cocaine and boasting that he could arrange "deliveries" of the drug in a tabloid sting four years ago, said he would "of course" play a role in the upbringing of...
Daisy Dumas and Natalie Reilly Move over Beyonce, we think this might be the first sign of the end times.
Geena Davis, Jamie Lee Curtis and Jane Fonda have waded into the ongoing controversy over this year's Oscar ceremony by saying host Seth MacFarlane's routine was disrespectful to women.
If you don't love Mila Kunis already, you're about to be smitten.