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Gallery: Five South African male stars who've lost weight and kept it off

They started off heavily tipping the scales but now these five local celebrities have shifted the kilograms and are now sporting slimmer physiques.

Katy Perry's boyfriend Diplo having second baby with ex

Katy Perry's boyfriend Diplo is having a baby with his former flame Kathryn Lockhart - with whom he already has a four-year-old son named Lockett.

Khloé Kardashian wants closure, upset Lamar is refusing to divorce her

Khloé Kardashian wants ''closure'' following her split from Lamar Odom and is upset he hasn't signed their divorce papers yet.

Comedian resorts to Oscar toilet humour

British funny man Jimmy Carr isn't about to let go of the events of February 14 last year at Oscar Pistorius's Silver Lakes home.

James gets blunt about 'Beautiful'

British singer-songwriter James Blunt has described his 2005 mega-hit, You're Beautiful, as an "annoying" song that was "force-fed down people's throats".

New on your playlist

Imagine being draped across a deck chair on a yacht in the middle of the South Pacific sipping something with an umbrella in it.

King of pop still rules

The king of pop still rakes in millions more dollars than many a Tinseltown star could ever dream of.

Drake, DJ Mustard big winners at BET Hip Hop Awards

The BET Hip Hop Awards aired last night and saw America's music industry elite take to the stage to celebrate the very best in rap music.

U2 apologises for spamming iTunes library

U2 singer Bono on Wednesday apologised for the Irish band's latest album landing unbidden in the record libraries of 500 million iTunes users.

Bruce Jenner not concerned about Kris's feelings over him dating her best friend

Bruce Jenner reportedly doesn't care about how his estranged wife Kris Jenner is coping with his new relationship status.

On Stage: Shatter the night with AK47 fire

Billed as a "shock to the senses", Aubrey Sekhabi's Silent Voice came over as a fender bender while the audience waited for the big bang.

Beyoncé and Jay Z have overcome 'major problems'

Beyoncé and Jay Z have worked out their ''major problems'' and their marriage is back on track after they recently renewed their wedding vows.

Lamar Odom refuses to divorce Khloé Kardashian

Lamar Odom reportedly refuses to divorce Khloé Kardashian, as he is still hoping to win her back.

Joan Rivers' daughter inherits R1,1 billion

Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa Rivers has inherited R1,1 billion from the late comedienne's estate.

Amber Rose will always love Wiz Khalifa

Amber Rose has confessed she will ''always love'' her estranged husband Wiz Khalifa - whom she filed for divorce from earlier this month.

Nailbiter: Intricate game of spycraft

Philip Seymour Hoffman isn't playing the title character in A Most Wanted Man, but there's absolutely no doubt about who we most want to see, most want dominating the film, and most want back. Of the various projects left unreleased when he died - with the next two Hunger Games sequels still to come - this is clearly the fillet.

Porn production moratorium ends after HIV testing

A California-based trade group for the adult film industry has lifted a moratorium on production spurred by a feared HIV exposure on an out-of-state film set.

How Neil met your Oscars

Actor Neil Patrick Harris, star of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother, has been tapped to host the Academy Awards next year, replacing Ellen DeGeneres.

Agent Funny: Family business is a big laugh

Thousand of years ago a man named Goliath got into a quarrel with a young sheep herder and came off second best. Had he possessed a sense of humour, things may have turned out differently.

Film Review: Thrown into the crucible

Lars von Trier may be the first name that comes to mind when thinking about Danish cinema in the 1990s and the Dogme movement, but it was his colleague Thomas Vinterberg who was the first Dogme member to receive critical acclaim for Festen (The Celebration) in 1998.

TV Turn-On: 'Masters of Sex' also has a personality

With a title like Masters of Sex, one imagines the show is not for prudes, children or the squeamish.

Confirmed: Connie Ferguson is coming back to 'Generations'

Known for her role as Karabo Moroka in the popular drama series which is now temporarily off air, Connie Ferguson is making her return to the soapie.

Return of a golden age

The top nine contestants on X Factor SA evoke the golden era of groups performing on reality singing competitions.

Trevor Noah gets prime US TV feature

Trevor Noah will join the cast of 'The Daily Show With Jon Stewart' which will air on Comedy Central.

TV Power: Gotham may be just a flash in the pan

Bad guys beware. A new lineup of superheroes is invading your television sets.


Operatic Drama: Legacy of slavery gets the 'iron clap'

African tourist Robert Gumede is stopped at a European airport and searched. He is found carrying the traditional Zulu herb imphepho and detained by customs police.