Billboard Awards 2018: Ed Sheeran wins big and Avicii tributes
Artists paid tribute to Avicii, who died last month aged 28, and there was an emotional plea from host Kelly Clarkson in the wake of a school shooting in Texas.
Gender inequality: Stars tell world leaders poverty is sexist
Lena Dunham, Oprah Winfrey and others say leaders are "on notice" to use their power for women.
Jameela Jamil was told she was 'too ethnic' to make it in the US
The British presenter-turned-actress talks about body image, equal pay and the #MeToo movement.
The 8 best dressed guests at the wedding
Our pick of the outfits guests wore to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Royal wedding 2018: Meghan Markle's Givenchy dress in detail
Meghan Markle's wedding dress is designed by Givenchy artistic director Clare Waight Keller
Cannes 2018: Japanese indie Shoplifters wins Palme d'Or
Runner-up to the coveted prize for best film was Spike Lee's anti-racism satire BlacKkKlansman.
Luc Besson: French film director accused of rape
The director of Leon and The Fifth Element has denied the allegation through his lawyer.
13 Reasons Why: Season two is 'unnecessary', critics say
The second series premiered on Netflix on Friday.
How grime 'saved' UK rap
The record label boss who signed Wiley and Adele says "no-one cared" about UK rap before grime.
Arctic Monkeys' album 'fastest selling on vinyl in 25 years'
Sheffield's Arctic Monkeys' Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino sold 24,500 vinyl copies in its first week.
Rapper Diddy buys $21.1m Kerry James Marshall painting
Sean "Diddy" Combs is thought to have paid a record price for a work by a living African-American artist.
Royal wedding 2018: Meghan Markle's film and TV career in pictures
As Prince Harry and Ms Markle get married, look back at her career on screen.
Riverdale: Death, jail and a supernatural season three?
What could the future hold for Archie, Betty and Black Hood as Netflix confirms a third season?
The Girl on the Train: Critics call stage premiere 'a train wreck'
The stage premiere is dismissed by critics as being "as appealing as a British Rail sandwich".
GQ pokes fun at Vanity Fair with extra arms and legs on 'comedy' cover
Anyone misplace a leg?
How VR could bring Glastonbury into your living room
Concerts in your living room and other ways tech is changing music.
Georgia seeks to put itself on movie map
The most recent film to have been shot there is a fake news comedy starring Katherine Parkinson.
Catfish suspended over Nev Schulman sexual harassment claims
MTV has suspended production of the show after claims of sexual harassment against host Nev Schulman.
Ariana Grande: Manchester Arena attack showed 'the worst of humanity'
The singer speaks about the Manchester Arena bomb in an interview for the first time.
Dame Barbara vows to 'carry on'
The actress talks publicly for the first time since it was revealed she has Alzheimer's.
Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler blasts Brexit and 'may have to leave UK'
German-born Axel Scheffler says his British Book Award feels like "a farewell gift".
Royal wedding 2018: Royalty of the celebrity world arrive
Guests including David and Victoria Beckham, as well as George and Amal Clooney, have arrived.
Upcoming Star Wars movie was part-filmed in Hampshire
Parts of the upcoming instalment in the franchise were filmed at Fawley Power Station in Hampshire.
Royal wedding: First dance?
What song should the Royals have for their first wedding dance?
Why shouldn't a man dance a Rumba with a man?
Meet the pioneers of same-sex ballroom dancing in the UK.
Barbara Windsor: 'I still intend to carry on'
In a recorded message played on ITV's Loose Women she thanked fans for their support.
Spike Lee on BlacKkKlansman, society and Trump
The director's new film is the true story of a black detective who infiltrated the KKK.
Whitney Houston was 'sexually abused', film claims
The documentary alleges that Houston's cousin, Dee Dee Warwick, abused her as a child.
Cannes 2018: Jane Fonda talks #MeToo, Grace and Frankie and HBO documentary
The star says Hollywood's harassment scandal erupted because complainants were "famous and white".
'Torturous' Lars von Trier film sparks outrage
Film critics walk out of controversial director Lars von Trier's violent serial killer screening in Cannes.
Beano joins in Meghan and Harry wedding celebrations
Royal wedding reception mayhem ensues in a special satire strip to mark Saturday's nuptials.
David Hockney painting's $28.5m sale smashes his auction record
A Californian landscape fetches $28.5m - more than double the artist's previous auction record.
Harry Potter actor Alfred Enoch on playing Mark Rothko's assistant in Red
Alfred Enoch is getting to grips with paints and canvases every night on a West End stage.
How Channel 4's Humans was 'relevant in advance'
Gemma Chan and Emily Berrington on the return of Channel 4's Humans.
Marvel's next big thing: Who could follow The Avengers' cinema success?
We take a look at which Marvel characters Disney could bring to movie screens after Avengers 4.
How The Rolling Stones took on Trump in 1989
Keith Richards says the last time he got angry was because of US President Donald Trump in 1989.
The singer who turned the tables on her troll
The Aussie singer took an insult and turned it into a blistering song about male aggression.
11 things we learned at the TV Baftas
Including: The shoes bought for £10 on eBay and Jane McDonald being generally amazing.