Michael Clifford has said him and his lover Crystal Leigh will tie the knot in January 2021.
Justin Bieber has been reading 'His Needs, Her Needs: Building An Affair-Proof Marriage' in the hope of eliminating the chance of either him or his wife Hailey Bieber from having an affair later on down the line.
Film critic Michael Clark says the film is "he true story of a brave American soldier who gave the ultimate sacrifice and was finally acknowledged by his country for his efforts."
Angelina Jolie is set to produce a TV show to teach children how to spot fake news stories, in the hopes that they will be able to "find the information and tools they need to make a difference".
Sir Michael Palin says the death of Terry Jones is like "losing a limb", as he described the late 'Monty Python' star as his "wonderful companion".
Guns N' Roses lead guitarist Slash says the band are unsure how to drop new material because of the "nature" of the music industry nowadays, but he admits "stuff is happening".
Brad Pitt is "blissfully naive" of the excitement surrounding his backstage reunion with Jennifer Aniston as he's not read any headlines about them.
Oprah Winfrey supports the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to step out of royal life "1,000 percent" because they spent so much time deciding on their future.
'Lover' hitmaker Taylor Swift has defended the movie 'Cats' - in which she plays feline character Bombalurina - from the avalanche of criticism it has received and insists she is proud to be part of the musical movie because it gave her the chance to meet Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Bradley Cooper's biopic about Leonard Bernstein has been picked up by Netflix, who will launch the as-yet-untitled project on their service following a limited theatrical release.
Aerosmith have issued a statement after the band's drummer Joey Kramer filed a lawsuit against them for allegedly not allowing him to perform due to a "minor" injury.
BTS are set to head out on their 'Map of the Soul' world tour, which kicks off in April and will see them play North America, Europe, Japan, and South Korea.
Zayn Malik has donated $13,000 to a five-year-old girl in need of cancer treatment, after it was discovered she had high risk neuroblastoma.