Michael Chugg is the man responsible for bringing some of the world’s biggest artists to our stages, from Elton John to Coldplay.
Film-maker Sam Taylor-Johnson has quit the Fifty Shades Of Grey franchise.
Movie tough guy Vin Diesel says he felt embarrassed when he first returned to the set of Fast & Surious 7 following Paul Walker's death, because he couldn't stop crying.
Californian songstress Beth Hart has been to hell and back en route to this weekend’s West Coast Blues ’N’ Roots festival.
The last time The Wire checked in with British India leader Declan Melia, it sounded like he had had enough of finalising the Melbourne grunge band’s fifth album, Nothing Touches Me.
As they return to Australia for their most extensive tour yet, You Me at Six have completed their transformation from teenage pop-punkers to chart-topping stadium rockers.
Director Kenneth Branagh resists any temptation to usher a beloved fairytale into the Kardashian era.
Alan Rickman has long been one of Britain’s finest actors, a first-rate villain — his Die Hard character Hans Gruber is routinely ranked as one of the all-time great bad guys — movie-stealing character actor and, after Truly, Madly, Deeply, widely embraced as the thinking woman’s crumpet (a title recently seized by Benedict Cumberbatch).
Will Ferrell became the latest celebrity to unveil a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday and he asked his three sons to walk around the pavement plaque.
Taylor Swift has given rap mogul and entrepreneur Jay Z's new streaming music service a big boost by making her back catalogue available on it.
Celebrity mums dominate Who magazine's Most Beautiful People 2015.