Lindsay Lohan is "so scared" to go back to Los Angeles.
The 30-year-old actress moved to London from sunny California in 2012 to escape the spotlight and has opened up about the panic attacks and anxiety she suffered every time paparazzi set off their camera flashes and how much "safer" she feels residing in the British capital where the laws on snappers are more relaxed.
She said: "Meetings and seeing friends and family. I haven't been to LA in I don't know how long and I'm so scared to go. It's just so overwhelming.
"Landing at the airport and it's like, I get this panic attack and can't breathe, just the [camera flashes], that moment, it's weird for me and I haven't had that in a long time. I found peace when I got to England and moved to London, I felt a lot safer."
Asked if she doesn't want to go back because of the paparazzi while appearing on 'John Bishop: In Conversation With...', she said: "Yeah, and I started thinking about the business aspect of things and I really felt a good schedule. But also the press, the legal terms of it here are very different, they can't photograph you on the main street but in America, its a free for all and they have a mentality of the more the better, which is not necessarily a good thing. And I did my first movie here, I kind of regained my youth here and then started thinking about the future."
The 'Mean Girls' star says being papped was never normal and she finds it "startling" despite being given advice from fashion designer Karl Lagerfield.
Asked if it was a common thing to happen to her, she said: "No, Karl Lagerfeld told me just imagine they are machine guns, stand there quick and then run, that's what it felt like. It's true, once you don't have that, it starts to feel like that, that sound, the shutter, it's startling."
Prince's ex-wife Mayte Garcia claims the singer burned their late son's ashes.
The 43-year-old dancer's son Amiir passed away at six-days-old in 1996 after being born with rare genetic disorder Pfeiffer syndrome type 2 and Mayte has claimed the 'Purple Rain' hitmaker - who died in April 2016 from an accidental Fentanyl overdose - asked his assistant to burn the ashes of their late son in a bid to "cauterise this deep wound he couldn't close".
Writing in her memoir, 'The Most Beautiful: My Life with Prince', she shared: "In some sad, painful moment, he had it all burned, as if fire could cauterise this deep wound he couldn't close. I wasn't there to witness it, and I can't bear to think about it now."
Meanwhile, Mayte previously admitted she doesn't think Prince ever got over their son's death.
She said: "I don't think he ever got over it. I don't know how anybody can get over it. I know I haven't."
Amiir was born via caesarian section and Mayte had to watch on as Prince's face went from "pure joy" to "pure terror".
She recalled: "I don't know how to describe the look on my husband's face. Pure joy. And then they held the baby up to those harsh lights. The elation on my husband's face turned to pure terror.
"Pfeiffer syndrome type 2 is a genetic disorder that causes skeletal and systematic abnormalities. The premature fusing of the bones in the skull, sometimes resulting in 'cloverleaf skull,' in which the eyes are outside the sockets. The fusion of bones in the hands and feet causing a webbed or pawlike appearance ... I learned all of this later.
"They brought the baby over to us. He was curled on his side, gasping shallow little gulps of air. Because there were no lids to blink, his eyes looked startled and dry. I caught hold of his tiny hand, saying over and over, 'Mama loves you, Mama's here.'"
The Weeknd rented out a whole cinema for a date with Selena Gomez.
The 'Can't Feel My Face' singer was joined in his hometown of Toronto, Canada with the 'Heart Wants What It Wants' singer and the pair kept themselves to themselves by hiring out an entire movie theatre to watch 'Get Out'.
An assistant reportedly went to the theatre earlier in the day to book the experience, which would have cost them about $1,500 plus tax.
When it came to the evening, Selena and The Weeknd arrived before the 9.45pm start and were ushered into the building in a service elevator.
An eyewitness told Canada's etalk: "She was super cute with him ... arms around his neck."
The pair also ordered a series of tasty treats including two popcorns, two chocolate bars, packs of Sour Patch Kids, three Diet Cokes and two gin and tonics.
Earlier in the day, the pair went out for lunch at the Thompson Diner inside the Thompson Toronto Hotel.
The 27-year-old singer - whose real name is Abel Tesfaye - dined on chicken and waffles whilst Selena opted for egg whites, ham, potatoes and toast.
And the pair isn't afraid of splashing the cash on each other as Selena recently shelled out $30,000 on a birthday party for her boyfriend.
The party was held at Dave & Buster's in Hollywood in February and was attended by the singer's pals including French Montana, Big Sean and 2 Chainz.
The group partied there until the early hours of the morning but Selena herself was unable to make the event as she was in New York for Fashion Week.
Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski secretly got married last weekend.
The 40-year-old actor has confessed he and the 'Mamma Mia' star - who are expecting a child together - eloped last week and admits it was a "perfect' day.
Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, he said: "We eloped ... we just took off into the country with an officiant and just the two of us, and we did our thing.We had a great day. It was perfect.
"Listen, she's the person I love, admire, respect most in the world. I know that you guys are close friends, and I know that she would want you to know, so don't tell anyone."
The pair wrote their own vows and were joined at the impromptu ceremony by Amanda's beloved pet pooch Finn.
Meanwhile, Amanda previously confessed she is "ready" to meet her baby.
Asked how her pregnancy is going, the 31-year-old actress said: "It's good [but] I'm ready ... I'm ready... I'm ready to meet the kid."
And Thomas gushed about Amanda and her pregnancy, adding: "It's the best thing I've ever done in my life. She's extraordinary. She's incredible. I'm terrified, to steal a line from 'Ghostbusters,' 'I'm terrified beyond capacity for rational thought,' but I couldn't be more excited.
"She's already an extraordinary mom and I'm so proud of her. Her voice, my God I know, already this kid is lucky. She gets the singing. I clean up the poop."
Before announcing the happy news of her pregnancy, the blonde beauty admitted she felt the "pressure" to have children "every day".
She shared: "Society keeps reminding us that our eggs are dying off, which I'm sick of. I'm like, 'I get it!' Technology these days man, I mean you can have babies up until you're 50 apparently. But I feel the pressure every day."
Colin Farrell's banned sex tape was allegedly sent to his girlfriend's family.
The video, which the actor won a court injunction against, stopping it being sold, distributed or displayed in 2005, showed Colin getting passionate with Playboy model Nicole Narain and he and Polish girlfriend Alicja Bachleda were reportedly furious with the attempts to shock her family.
Ashley Graham had ex-boyfriends who broke up with her because they were worried she would get "too fat".
The 29-year-old model has revealed some of her past lovers decided to end their relationship because they worried about her eventual size.
She said: "Nothing's actually surprised me. I've lived exactly what they're living. I've lived the torment of the names. I've lived the torment of boyfriends breaking up with me because they were afraid I was going to be too fat later in life. It's the same cycle, it doesn't matter what generation we are in. Every kid is going to go through the same thing."
And Ashley admits she suffers from her own body hang ups and gives herself a little pep talk from time to time.
She added: "I wake up sometimes and I think, 'I'm the fattest woman alive'. But it's really about how you handle it when you wake up. I look in the mirror and I have my affirmations. And mine are simple.
"[I say] 'You are bold. You are brilliant and you are beautiful.' And then if my lower pooch is really puffing out that day, I say 'Lower pooch you are cute'. And we have a moment. And if the hips are really popping I say 'I love you too hips.'"
Meanwhile, Ashley is keen to see bigger woman become role models in the industry.
She told People magazine: "Having more role models, more women who are like 'Yea, I have cellulite. Yea, it's even on my arms, not just my legs. My butt is a really bizarre shape but you know what, whatever, I'm just going to go rock it.'
"I think if we had more role models like that that, that were really just speaking their truth about their body and the skin that they're in then maybe young America would be different ... I think that my career has been a huge testament to how the industry is changing right before our eyes. I don't think that a girl my size, as a model, would ever have been on the cover of Vogue and I'm still so shocked at that."
Police believe the theft of Kendall Jenner's $200,000 jewellery was an "inside job".
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star called the police at around 1am on Thursday morning (16.03.17) when she realised her jewellery was missing but police found no evidence of forced entry and now believe it was taken by someone who attended a party there on Wednesday night (15.03.17).
Sources tell TMZ that the 21-year-old model held a party on Wednesday with a group of friends. She heard an alarm go, which signalled one of the doors had been opened, but decided to ignore it.
It was only when she returned home at 1am after an hour out and about that she realised the pricey jewellery had been nicked and called the police to report the incident.
It comes after Kendall's half-sibling Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in Paris last October, something which she recently admitted she fuelled as her social media posts led the Paris robbers to her residence.
She said: "What I think happened now, after like thinking about it so much, is that there was probably a group of guys that were following us the entire trip.
"I was Snapchatting that I was home and that everyone was going out. So I think they knew [bodyguard Pascal Duvier] was out with Kourtney and that I was there by myself.
"They had to have known we were leaving that I was there by myself. They had to have known we were leaving that day. They had this window of opportunity and just went for it."
Meanwhile, Kendall previously confessed she is a "workaholic".
She explained: "I'm definitely still on my path, but I'm proud of everything that my hard work has gotten me! It's not just about being a workaholic (which I am!), though ... I've always been my authentic self.
"When people force things, their real self has to eventually come out, so why not just start there? ... I've never let go of my self-discipline. Being a professional model means early call times and long hours on set, which means there's not always room for play."