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Sting has paid tribute to a former pupil he taught in the 1970s who has died. The 69-year-old shared thoughts with his millions of followers on social media over the loss of Kevin Anderson, who was 55. Sting taught him at St Paul’s First School in Cramlington, Northumberland, before he found fame with The Police, and […]

Michaela Coel picked up two gongs at the BAFTA TV Awards for her show I May Destroy You, and urged the industry to do more to keep people safe on set. The BBC Three show, which is themed around consent and sexual assault, won best mini-series, with Coel herself picking up the leading actress award. […]

A TikTok trend where teenagers use tiny magnets as fake tongue piercings has prompted the NHS to call for the metal balls to be banned. The viral challenge involves people putting two magnetic balls on either side of their tongue to give the appearance of a tongue piercing. But accidentally swallowing more than one magnet […]

Marcus Rashford has had a Zoom call with Barack Obama, describing the experience as “surreal”. The 23-year-old footballer met virtually with the former president and the pair bonded over their shared experiences of being raised by single mothers and wanting to make an impact on society. Rashford, who has been an outspoken champion for tackling child food […]

The BBC Proms will return this summer at the Royal Albert Hall – complete with an audience and Rule, Britannia! Crowds will be allowed back in at the iconic venue for 52 concerts spanning across six weeks and featuring 30 orchestras and ensembles. Last year, the shows featured a reduced line-up playing to an empty venue, […]

MGM, the Hollywood film studio behind classics from Singin’ In The Rain to the James Bond franchise, is to be snapped up by Amazon in an $8.45bn deal. The online retail giant led by Jeff Bezos will swallow up nearly a century of film-making history as its Prime subscription service bulks up for the battle […]

Strictly Come Dancing’s head judge Shirley Ballas is offering people and projects from Rhondda Cynon Taff and Merthyr Tydfil the chance to waltz off with a National Lottery Award by getting their nominations in before the Monday 7 June deadline. The National Lottery Awards are the annual search for the UK’s favourite National Lottery funded people […]

It’s The One That Friends Fans Have Been Waiting For For 17 Years. After endless speculation and its stars being pestered about the possibility of it happening from the moment, pretty much, that they left their keys at Monica’s for the last time, the Friends reunion is finally here. Which means all six stars – […]

Levellers are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their seminal platinum-selling, album Levelling The Land with a 17 date UK tour playing the, now classic, album in full. They will also be playing other hits and songs from their Top 10 album Peace released in August 2020. A number of the dates were postponed from 2020 due to the […]

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest title was awarded to Italy’s act Maneskin, who won with rock track Zitti E Buoni. A mammoth 524 points means Italy will host next year’s event, as per Eurovision tradition. And for the second consecutive year, the UK finished last, with James Newman scoring nil points. Newman performed his self-penned […]

Italy’s act Maneskin has won the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam with the rock track Zitti E Buoni. The UK came last for the second year running, with act James Newman who performed his self-penned dance track Embers, scoring the dreaded nil points. It means next year’s contest will head to Italy, as is Eurovision […]

The Kooks have announced a brand new tour to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their debut studio album ‘Inside In/Inside Out’ that has cemented itself as a staple indie soundtrack to a whole generation of young people. Taking place from January 2022 onwards, the tour includes ten dates across the UK including Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena. Fans will have to […]