CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPMarch 7, 2014
Harry Styles reportedly had a secret romance with Alison Mosshart.
The One Direction hunk, 20, who has split from model Kendall Jenner, was seen getting cosy with The Kills frontwoman, 35, at The Box nightclub in London's Soho during London Fashion Week.
Russell Brand's mother has breast cancer.
The comedian has revealed his beloved mum Barbara is battling the disease after surviving a number of bouts during his childhood, including uterus cancer when Russell was eight and breast cancer a year later.
Johnny Cash's son says another film about his father's life could be made.
The 2005 movie 'Walk the Line' focused on the late country musician's early life and career and earned Joaquin Phoenix an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Johnny, while Reese Witherspoon won the Best Actress Academy Award for her performance as the singer's second wife June Carter Cash.
Mark Wahlberg claims his mother tries to rule her family ''with an iron fist''.
'The Gambler' actor stars alongside his parent, Alma, and his brothers Donnie and Paul in new reality show 'Wahlburgers', and says they all make for an interesting dynamic on camera.
Jennifer Connelly found it ''strange'' going to work with her husband every morning for 'Shelter'.
The actress was directed by Paul Bettany in the new movie - in which she stars as a homeless person - and even though they've been married for more than a decade, it was weird for them to be on the same set together.
Michael Jackson allegedly fathered a love child.
A DNA test claims to prove the late 'Beat It' singer is the biological father of Brandon Howard, a 31-year-old aspiring singer, prompting speculation he was the boy Michael was singing about in his 1982 hit 'Billie Jean'.
Katy Perry is planning to give Miley Cyrus ''the biggest spanking'' when she sees her.
The 'Dark Horse' hitmaker made the cheeky threat to 'Wrecking Ball' star Miley in response to a dig about her ex-boyfriend, John Mayer, earlier today.
Keira Knightley and Salma Hayek are campaigning for women's rights in Afghanistan.
The actresses are among a number of celebrities who have put their name to a letter which has been sent to UK Prime Minister David Cameron ahead of International Women's Day on March 8, asking him to assure help in the country.