This week in entertainment we’re celebrating twenty years of Big Brother, this series of Celebrity Gogglebox comes to a close and Zara Larsson releases her latest music video, filmed during lockdown.
This week in entertainment, after Kanye West announced his run for the White House, so we pick our favourite fantasy presidents. Elsewhere, Robbie Williams’ Rock DJ turned 20 years old (!) and we share the music and shows we’re loving as lockdown eases.
This week in entertainment, HBO’s new comedy-drama series, I May Destroy You. The Politician returns for a second series and Queer Eye is back on Netflix. We look at some of the all-time most ridiculous Big Brother moments with our weekly quiz. Also, do you remember when Girls Aloud dressed up as nurses on Blue Peter?
This week in entertainment, Jade Thirlwall’s new series is poised to kick off on MTV, The Real Marigold Hotel provides comforting escapism during lockdown, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s new single is released and we look at the funniest clips of the week from Twitter and TikTok.
This week in entertainment, the twelfth series of RuPaul’s Drag Race US struts to the finale. Netflix’s Selling Sunset returns for series two with ridiculous properties and equally ridiculous drama. Eurovision isn’t happening this year, so we quizzed each other on the previous competitions and contestants.
This week in entertainment, A Secret Love captures hearts, The Great British Sewing Bee makes for addictive viewing and classic episodes of The Vicar of Dibley are definitely worth a revisit right now.
This week in entertainment we’re loving Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle, BBC’s Last Tango In Halifax and Amazon’s new fashion reality show, Making The Cut. Take part in our Amanda Holden quiz and watch the funniest clips on the internet with us.
This week in entertainment… The HuffPost UK ents team find themselves locked down and looking for an escape from the news, which means it’s perfect timing for ITV’s new drama based on the famous coughing Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Scandal to hit our screens. The team also showcase what’s been giving them joy this week.
This week in the world of entertainment, Matt Lucas was announced as the new host of The Great British Bake Off, alongside rumours of a Little Britain return. Naomi Campbell is taking no chances in the hazmat suit she’s travelling in, fake stories about Les Dennis have shown the creativity of the nation on Twitter and a dog called Maisie relieved herself on her Crufts victory lap.
This week in the world of entertainment, RuPaul’s Drag Race US returned with Nicki Minaj rocking the guest judge spot. Joe Lycett legally changed his name to Hugo Boss to take on the fashion brand’s copyright claims. Jennifer Lopez gracefully weighed in on her lack of an Oscar nomination and Oprah took a tumble when speaking about balance in life.