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Andrea Riseborough: Madonna Has ‘Incredible Focus’ as Director, Wallis Simpson ‘Inspiring’ and ‘Sad’
Things have never been so good for 29-year-old British actress Andrea Riseborough, whose career is rapidly ascending. Her talents have been displayed on screen at the Venice Film Festival, where the eagerly awaited film W.E.
Guitar shops are magical places. There are all of these beautiful, shiny instruments on the walls, and they’re all slightly different – Gretsches, Gibsons, Rickenbackers, Fenders – so any self-respecting string-twiddler will …
More than seven decades after their distinctly anti-royal wedding, the romance between Edward VIII and American divorcée Wallis Simpson continues to fascinate.
Singer Lily Allen has provided a revealing peek into her life in a new documentary, Lily Allen: From Riches to Rags, set to premiere on the UK broadcaster Channel 4 on March 15. The film follows the opening of her clothing boutique for …
Piers Morgan just doesn’t care for Madonna. The 45-year-old British personality recently divulged to the Daily Express that the Material Girl is just too “boring” for his new CNN show, Piers Morgan Tonight.
Graham Norton has his hands full these days, with his hosting duties on BBC Radio 2, the Eurovision Song Contest, and his own BBC America chat and comedy hour, The Graham Norton Show.
When British personality Piers Morgan succeeds the Larry King Live interview spot on CNN early next year, he swears to shake things up and then some.
Could Madonna (!?!?!) be the next American Idol judge? Executive producer Simon Fuller “wants a big name” to replace Simon Cowell, who makes his final appearance on America’s No.
Oh, you thought you’d gotten rid of her after the Guy Ritchie divorce? Think again, London: Madonna is Britain-bound.