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Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is "so sad" and "so angry" following the death of George Floyd, and she called for "justice" after his passing.
J.J. Abrams, his wife and his production company have committed to donating $10 million to anti-racism campaigns over the next five years and have begun with giving five groups $200,000 each.
'Peaky Blinders' creator Steven Knight admitted he almost cast Jason Statham as gang leader Tommy Shelby, before a text from Cillian Murphy convinced him otherwise.
Music producer Naughty Boy and reality TV star Gemma Collins have put their plans for a summer song release on hold, after the coronavirus pandemic and their busy schedules intervened.
Netflix are keen for 'After Life' creator Ricky Gervais to make a Christmas special following the successful second series of the comedy-drama.
'Riverdale' actor Cole Sprouse has revealed he was arrested on Sunday (31.05.20) during a "peaceful" Black Lives Matter protest in Santa Monica, following the death of George Floyd.
George Clooney says racism is a "pandemic" for which people are yet to find a "vaccine", following the protests across the US in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Reese Witherspoon has urged parents to talk to their children about "racism, privilege, bigotry and hate" amid the current protests in America.
Hailey Bieber says it's "healthy" to discuss important topics such as racism, because she believes people need to be educated when they say the "wrong thing".
Ashley Graham feels "strong and fearless" as a mother, as she says parenting her four-month-old son Isaac has been an "awesome responsibility" so far.
Former royal chef Darren McGrady has compared Buckingham Palace to 'Downton Abbey' due to the segregated living arrangements for male and female staff.
Former glamour model Katie Price has urged fans to sign up to a new dating app for the chance to "win a date" with her through the online platform.
Prince Charles' "unique experience" of having coronavirus will help shape the royal family's return to work as soon as they are able to resume official duties.