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“Justice,” out March 19, is expected to feature Bieber’s three most recent singles, including “Holy” featuring Chance the Rapper and “Lonely” with Benny Blanco.
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Disneyworld's 'Magic Kingdom' attractions are set to get their own cinematic universe via the streaming service Disney+, Variety has confirmed.
Japan's Prime Minister, Yoshihide Suga, has announced the appointment of politician Tetsushi Sakamoto as the country's first ever Minister of Loneliness.
Daft Punk, the famously enigmatic dance-music duo that produced arguably some of the catchiest songs of the past three decades, have finally decided to call it quits.
(Super)men at work:
Lynette Clarke, a prolific stage actor currently starring in two smash hit TV series, has suddenly passed away.
A representative for Woody Allen and his former step daughter-turned-wife Soon-Yi Previn have responded to a newly released HBO documentary exploring the allegations made against the actor and film-maker.
When life is good again: Dolly Parton politely declines offer from home city to erect statue in her honour
Legendary country singer and media personality Dolly Parton has declined an offer from the city of Nashville to erect a statue in her honour.
Since the release of Baby One More Time in 1998, Britney Spears has become a household name and icon of pop music.
The lead cast for the hugely anticipated BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Conversations with Friends, has been announced.
This time last year, the UK and Irish entertainment industry was shocked to hear about the sudden passing of former Love Island presenter Caroline Flack at the age of 40.
The Judge presiding over the conservatorship battle between pop singer Britney Spears and her father has ruled in her favour in a recent court hearing.
The Mandalorian and Wonder Woman 1984 actor Pedro Pascal will play the leading male role in HBO's television adaptation of the hit PlayStation video game series, The Last Of Us.
Meghan Markle has won her High Court privacy battle against the Mail on Sunday.
A Jeep advert featuring legendary folk-rock singer Bruce Springsteen has been dropped from both YouTube and the Superbowl after he was arrested for a DWI back in November.
The deal made by Brexit negotiators over the ability of artists to tour without visas has been controversial, with many artists now lobbying the UK government to reassess their decision.
New documentary series to explore Woody Allen's sexual abuse allegations made by his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow
An upcoming four-part HBO documentary is set to explore the persistent and controversial allegations that have plagued comedy actor and director Woody Allen since the 1990s.
It was announced yesterday that the esteemed stage and screen actor Christopher Plummer passed away at his home at the age of 91.
A new film reboot of the beloved sci-fi/horror videogame franchise Resident Evil is due to hit our screens later this year.
Police in the US state of Texas have been left with egg on their face after a fake emergency text alert was issued describing the fictional serial-killer doll Chucky.
The American singer and rapper Silentó, whose 2015 single 'Watch Me' inspired a popular dance craze known as the Nae-Nae, has been charged with alleged murder.