Ed Sheeran has told Sky News' Entertainment Week that getting a higher education is unnecessary for anyone who wants a career in the arts.
Marcia Strassman, who played the mother in Honey I Shrunk The Kids, has died aged 66.
Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has announced the split of his band Beady Eye - the project he started after leaving the group he founded with his brother Noel.
Musician Jack Bruce has died from liver disease, aged 71, his family said.
George Clooney and new wife Amal had the wedding of the year but it seemed they were not ready to stop celebrating - this time with a party on the Thames.
Heart's showbiz editor Kevin Hughes catches up with Steve Carell to discuss his fantastic new family film.
Peep show star Robert Webb has told Sky News he will not kill off any characters in the series finale - just in case he wants to revisit the comedy.
Jane Fonda has told Sky News Entertainment Week she believes movie studios have dumbed down by concentrating on special effects-driven "tent pole" films.
Jackie Chan has vowed to become a better father in his first public comments since his son Jaycee was arrested on drugs charges.
Animal rights activists have called for One Direction to cut immediately a scene containing a chimpanzee from their new music video.
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul has said Barbies are more damaging than the dolls based on the hit television show which Toys R Us has pulled from its shelves.
A former cast member of the reality show Jersey Shore is to stand trial after denying federal tax fraud charges.
Keira Knightley is to make her Broadway debut in a play about a woman trapped in a loveless marriage who begins an affair with her husband's friend.
Tinchy Stryder and the Chuckle Brothers must be the most surprising music collaboration we have seen in a long time.
Lily Collins has told Sky News how her father's fame helped her prepare for a career in the entertainment industry.
Singer and actor Alvin Stardust has died at the age of 72 after a short illness, his manager has said.
Two tapes from a television series starring John Cleese which has not been seen since 1967 have turned up in the collection of the late Sir David Frost.
Bradley Cooper is heading to Broadway to play the Elephant Man, a man he says he has thought about every day since he was 12.
Sam Smith has dedicated his "dream come true" clutch of prizes at the Mobo Awards to his parents.
Kasabian have been hailed the "best act in the world" at the Q Awards where they were two-time winners.
William Shatner may be travelling to the next frontier again after confirming he is to meet the director of Star Trek 3.
Lynda Bellingham revealed her plans for Christmas in her final TV interview before her death at the weekend.
Renee Zellweger has responded to comments about a change in her appearance and says she is "glad folks think I look different".
Former Radio 1 DJ Mike Read has apologised for "unintentionally causing offence" with his song UKIP Calypso which he wants withdrawn from sale.
Goodfellas actor Frank Sivero is suing the creators of The Simpsons for $250m (£156m) for copying the character he played in the 1990 film.
Toys R Us has responded to calls from Florida mothers and has removed its four collectible Breaking Bad dolls from the shelves.
U2 guitarist The Edge has moved to end an eight-year battle with environmentalists over his controversial plans for a mansion development on California's exclusive Malibu coastline.
An actress who claimed she was a victim of racial profiling after being found in a parked car with her boyfriend has been charged with lewd conduct.
The Argentinian ambassador to the UK has made a formal complaint to the BBC and wants a public apology following the row over a Top Gear special filmed in the country.
A musical work about the death of a Jewish man during the infamous Achille Lauro hijacking has drawn protests during the opening night at New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
The saxophonist who played the solo on Gerry Rafferty's famous hit Baker Street, but who admitted he was "irritated" by it being out of tune, has died.
The Hobbit film trilogy looks likely to set a new record for studio spending with the bill topping $745m (£461m) before production has even finished.
Oscar de la Renta, the gentleman designer whose voluminous skirts and exquisite embroideries attracted socialites and Hollywood stars, has died aged 82.
A mother has launched a petition to get Toys R Us to remove Breaking Bad action figures from sale.
Lorde's Royals may be a chart topper but two San Francisco radio stations have decided not to play it - at least during the World Series.
Former DJ Mike Read has defended his calypso song praising UKIP and Nigel Farage as "nothing remotely racist" and just a "bit of fun".
Tributes have come from across the showbiz and television world for Lynda Bellingham, who has died from colon cancer aged 66.
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