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Rihanna splashes out $135,000 at amfAR Gala

Rihanna forked out $135,000 on two pieces at the 2014 amfAR Gala auction in Hollywood last night, including a $100,000 Elizabeth Taylor photograph.

British vocalist Omar set to headline Newtown evening picnic

British soul singer, house vocalist, and songwriter, Omar Christopher Lye-Fook will be headlining a picnic under the skylight in Newtown.

Chris Brown settles lawsuit

Chris Brown has settled a civil lawsuit brought by a man he recently pleaded guilty to assaulting by agreeing to pay him $100,000.

Michael Jackson cloned himself before death

Michael Jackson paid scientists to clone his DNA before his death in 2009 for the goal of creating replicas of himself, author Michael C. Luckman has claimed.

Harry Styles is upset his vomit is being sold on ebay

Harry Styles thinks ''it's worrying'' his vomit is being sold on eBay and admits he doesn't know if anyone has purchased the item yet.

David Guetta collaborates with Nicki Minaj, John Legend on new album 'Listen'

The track listing has been revealed for French DJ and producer David Guetta's upcoming album "Listen," with a number of big names on the roster including Sia and Emili Sandé.

Kanye West turns down R49 million Vegas deal

Kanye West turned down an approach by The Axis at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, who offered him R49 million to perform nine gigs.

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.

'Oscar sent me Twitter messages': British TV personality Katie Price

Katie Price has revealed she received messages from Oscar Pistorius during his trial for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, after he reached out to her on Twitter.

Blacks were the architects of Apartheid: Hofmeyr

A tweet posted by singer Steve Hofmeyr on Twitter that black people were the architects of apartheid has caused a stir on social media.

Joan Rivers' daughter hires top law firm to represent wrongful death lawsuit

Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa Rivers has hired top law firm Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz to represent her as she prepares to file a medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit against the clinic where the late star died last month.

Kylie Jenner is 'bored' of cosmetic surgery rumours

Kylie Jenner is ''bored'' of rumours her lips have been surgically enhanced and thinks there are more important things to talk about.

Keyshia Cole won't face assault charges for beating woman found with her lover

Grammy-nominated artist Keyshia Cole won't be charged with assaulting another women and has been let off with a warning following an alleged incident last 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.


On Stage: 'Funnier Than Them' both ridiculous and sublime

I love standup comedy, I really do, but sometimes it seems that many comedians go for the obvious - politicians, people with mental illness, their wives and girlfriends and mothers, or people from neighbourhoods they find foreign and "otherwise".