France celebrates the 80th birthday of its greatest screen seducer Alain Delon this weekend with all the circumstance usually accorded to an ageing monarch.
The "bad blood" between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry may be about to get worse.
One of the biggest forces in hip-hop, Diddy has long since made his mark in the world of business. In a surprise return to music, he asks: what if street hustlers similarly redirected their talents?
Thousands of shrieking teenage fans greeted superstar Jennifer Lawrence as the final movie of "The Hunger Games" blockbuster franchise had its world premiere in Berlin.
Tidal, the upstart streaming service led by rap mogul Jay Z, branched into television-style programming with comedy and drama series
Adele shattered a record with her long-awaited song "Hello," which became the first track downloaded more than one million times in a week in the United States.
South Korean singer Psy is set to release his first album for more than three years, with the "Gangnam Style" star vowing a return "to his roots".
US actress Halle Berry has filed for divorce from French actor Olivier Martinez after two years of marriage.
Hollywood stars including Leonardo DiCaprio launched Macau's newest $3.2 billion casino and entertainment resort.
Pharrell Williams dedicated his song "Freedom" to refugees fleeing to Europe, hailing immigrants' contributions around the world.
Daniel Craig makes his fourth appearance as James Bond in "Spectre", which premieres, but his time as 007 may be nearing an end if his recent jaded comments are anything to go by.
Hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were the surprise winners for Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards in a show dominated by Justin Bieber.
Elton John announced his first album in nearly three years, on which the pop legend reunites with longtime backup artists.
Instagram unveiled a new feature allowing users to post one-second video "loops" in an effort to keep up with rivals offering animated images.
Luxury fashion company Fendi unveiled its new headquarters in a long-abandoned, now renovated architectural folly created by the WWII fascist leader Benito Mussolini in Rome.
Raf Simons has quit as creative director at Christian Dior after more than three years, the fashion house said.
A judge dismissed a case against Jay Z in which the heir of an Egyptian composer claimed the rapper illegally used a flute sample in his hip-hop classic "Big Pimpin."
Costumes and props worn by Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone in the box-office smash hit "Rocky" and Rambo" movies went on public view in New York before being offered for auction.
Advance ticket sales for the new Star Wars film have smashed records two months before the highly anticipated sci-fi sequel is set to hit screens.
Gwen Stefani has opened up about her divorce from fellow rocker Gavin Rossdale in the form of music, releasing an emotional song entitled "Used to Love You."