London [UK], Feb. 6 : A few years back Miley Cyrus thanked Indian fans for liking the singer's official Facebook page by saying 'you are awesome'. But, now it seems her love for India has just gone to a whole new level.
The 'We Can't Stop' hit-maker took to Instagram and posted a photo of her house decorated with candles and flowers captioned '?PUJA ?'- a Hindu word used for a prayer ritual.
London (UK), Feb. 4 : Beliebers, rejoice! Singing sensation Justin Bieber has finally made his return to Instagram after quitting back in August, last year.
The Canadian pop star has returned to the photo-sharing social media platform, as a part of huge Super-bowl campaign by T-Mobile.
The 22 year-old shared a video with his fans online, captioned 'Let me see your #unlimitedmoves' which is a part of the #UnlimitedMoves spot for the big game, Mirror reports.
London (UK), Feb. 3 : Yoko Ono is all set to produce an untitled feature film about her love story with the ' Beatles' icon John Lennon.
Producer Michael De Luca is teaming up with the song-writer to bring the couple's love story to life, along with 'The Theory of Everything's' writer Anthony McCarten and Josh Bratman, reports The Guardian.
"The story will focus on ripe and relevant themes of love, courage and activism in the U.S. with the intention of inspiring today's youth to stand up for and have a clear vision for the world they want," Luca said.
London [UK], Feb. 1 : The 2017 awards season has been rife with celebrities voicing their views on Donald Trump-both onstage and on the red carpet- and with the BAFTAs only two weeks away, it has been reported that BBC bosses fear award-winners will once again use their speeches to promote their political views.
According to The Sun, the producers of the ceremony believe an endless string of speeches regarding the Presidential election would be a 'disaster' - resulting in the BBC broadcast potentially being edited if more than 'the odd reference' is made, reports the Daily Mail.
London [UK], Jan. 30 : Beating out women from around the world, Iris Mittenaere, a 23-year-old dental student from France, has been crowned the winner of the 65th Miss Universe competition held this year in the Philippines.
Mittenaere from the small town of Lille in northern France said on Monday, in reply to a final question from pageant host Steve Harvey that she would be honored if she just landed among the three finalists, but was visibly stunned when she was announced the winner among the field of 86 contestants, reports the Daily Mail.
London [UK], Jan. 27 : Television presenter Alex Jones announced the BIG NEWS, in the best way possible!
'The One Show' host announced the birth of her baby boy on live TV, reports the Mirror.
The 39-year-old new mommy called into the BBC1 show and her phone conversation with co-hosts Matt Baker and Angela Scanlon was broadcast across the studio.
"I do have some news - our beautiful, healthy little baby boy was born!" she said.
Jones further said that she and hubby Charlie Thomson welcomed their firstborn son, who weighed in at 7lb 11, on January 21.
London [UK], Jan. 27 : NME Awards, this year, will honour English rapper Wiley for his outstanding contribution to music.
While speaking about the accolade, the 'Wearing My Rolex' MC thanked everyone for the immense amount of support, reports the Mirror.
"Thank you for everyone's support and thank you NME for this award. It's because of the fans support that I am here, and my family and friends who've been behind me from day one. This for all the massive and the crew," he said.
London [UK], Jan. 27 : English singer Lily Allen, who has been openly critical about the newly inaugurated American president, has released a cover of Rufus Wainwright's 'Going To A Town' as an anti-Donald Trump protest song, accompanied by a video including footage of the Women's March in London.
The black and white video, directed by Bafic, with a musical arrangement from Mark Ronson, also features footage of Allen's performance at the women rally organised against the 45th President of the United States, reports the Guardian.
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