Frank Ocean won’t be seeing the Pyramids: Channel Orange star ditches Egypt trip over post-coup violence and websites overreact
Ocean said he might “go to south africa instead and place some flowers on a gate for the president. for being epic and 94.”
Imagine our surprise, diving into Twitter for the latest digitised musings of Lady “bluffin’ with my muffin” Gaga, only to find that the account has been put on ice.
Olympic and Paralympic hero Oscar Pistorius took on a new kind of challenge yesterday, racing against a horse in Qatar.
Actress Samira Mohamed Ali: ‘Anyone can be in a film, but to be accepted by the locals – that’s what I achieved’
It’s a long way from Neath to Bangalore. But Samira Mohamed Ali already has a foothold in the Indian film-making industry. She’s the first British actor to star in a Kannada film, the Bangalore-based film industry
Decision day has finally arrived for Americans, and Chris Rock has a controversial take on the country’s first ever black president.
After Sue’s youngest son tried to kill himself, he spent three days on a hospital drip.
“In all the time I spent at the hospital,” she says, “not one member of staff came to speak to me.”
One robot stole the show at a robotics competition in China with its version of the viral video dance sensation Gangnam Style.
The dance, made famous by Korean rapper Psy, has been viewed over 100 million times online.
Back in August a poll sought the worst place name in the UK. Among the contenders were Sandy Balls, Scratchy Bottom, and Crapstone. The winner? Shitterton.
Ridley Scott will find Northern Ireland a fertile film-making environment for the low-budget series he is planning to make there. The series was announced yesterday and industry leaders hope the big-name arrival will boost the fledgling scene.
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