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9 Eurovision moments to inspire Will Ferrell's new Netflix comedy
The Anchorman star will find plenty of comic potential in the spectacular song contest.
XXXTentacion: The troubled talent of a volatile rap star
The controversial rapper has been shot dead in Florida at the age of 20.
Mob rule? John Travolta's Gotti film brands critics 'trolls'
The makers of John Travolta's new film Gotti say the critics who have panned it are "trolls".
How colour cost Lenny Kravitz a major TV role
Lenny Kravitz says producers on Big Little Lies didn't want a black actor playing the villain.
Beyonce and Jay-Z's album was finished hours before it was released
Beyonce and Jay-Z's joint album was being worked on three hours before it came out, producers reveal.
5SOS: Mental health help in music not good enough
It comes as the team behind The Brit Awards announces a £250,000 donation to charities which promote mental wellbeing and music education.
The Rolling Stones: How Eel Pie Island shaped the band's career
How a hidden hotel at Eel Pie Island helped make a name for the Rolling Stones.
Hereditary's musical composer explains what makes it so scary.
Critics say Hereditary is one of the scariest horror films to be made. The composer of the soundtrack explains why.
XXXTentacion: Controversial rapper shot dead in Florida aged 20
The controversial rapper, a rising star who faced domestic violence charges, has been killed aged 20.
Will Ferrell to star in a film based on Eurovision
The actor was at this year's contest and is thought to have been a fan since his Swedish wife introduced it to him in 1999.
Susanna Reid in 'constant battle' with Piers Morgan
The Good Morning Britain presenter says she has to compete for airtime with her outspoken co-host.
Glasgow Art School 'will be saved' after devastating fire
The school's director, Prof Tom Inns, says the Mackintosh building will be saved "in some form".
18.3m watch England's World Cup win
England's win over Tunisia attracts a peak television audience of 18.3 million on BBC One, while a record three million stream the game on the iPlayer and BBC Sport website.
Inside the Glasgow School of Art - Mackintosh's Masterpiece
Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most famous architectural creation has faced two devastating fires.
José Andrés: The TV chef who fed Puerto Rico
When Hurricane Maria struck, José Andrés's World Central Kitchen project fed more people in Puerto Rico than any other relief group.
Taking a stand against sexism and racism in the advertising industry
Magazine editor Sherry Collins is taking a stand after being confused for a prostitute at a media event.
Elijah Wood reveals techno-horror VR game at E3
Virtual reality game Transference presents the memories of a "traumatised mental patient"."
Question Time: David Dimbleby to step down after 25 years
David Dimbleby, who has hosted Question Time since 1994, says he will leave it at the end of the year.
As the Royal College of Art fashion department turns 70, students look to the future
Crystals made from sweat and skirts dipped in cacao, just two of the designs debuting at the Royal College of Art's end of year show.
Bedroom cover versions make it onto YouTube's music streaming app
Big releases by Dua Lipa and Drake mingle with amateur covers on YouTube's new music streaming app.
Greatest Showman is longest-reigning number one soundtrack in 50 years
The soundtrack to Hugh Jackman's film has spent more weeks at number one than Saturday Night Fever.
Bebe Rexha: 'I banged on doors until my hands bled'
Pop star Bebe Rexha describes her arduous, 10-year struggle to make it in music.
Understudy lands lead in West End show
The actress became famous last week after stepping in at the last minute for a production of Mamma Mia.
Ocean's 8: Why Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock want to 'stop being polite'
Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock say having films with all-female line-ups is not enough.
Does it matter if tours don't sell out?
There are reports of empty seats at Taylor Swift and Beyonce's stadium shows. Is that a bad thing?
Leslie Grantham's dramatic life on and off screen
The actor who served time for murder and played Dirty Den in BBC One's EastEnders, dies aged 71.
The book that could make you rethink your relationships
Award-winning author Holly Bourne wants to "blow the lid off" the truth about abusive relationships.
Eurovision 2018: Meet Benjamin Ingrosso, the ‘Swedish Justin Bieber’
Sweden's Eurovision act Benjamin Ingrosso reacts to comparisons with Canadian singer Justin Bieber.
Eurovision: UK's SuRie carries on after stage invasion
It is thought the stage invader also stormed January's National Television Awards and The Voice.
Netta: Meet Eurovision 2018's #MeToo voice
Netta Barzilai from Israel is one of the big favourites to win this year's song contest.