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Tate plans exhibitions with Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud for 2018

The works of Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Pablo Picasso, Virginia Woolf and Edward Burne-Jones will feature in a fresh range of Tate exhibitions next year.

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Don't Tell The Bride

E4 to air new series of calamitous wedding show Don't Tell The Bride

Popular reality show Don’t Tell The Bride will return for a new series on E4.

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Noel Gallagher

I don't particularly like my hit Wonderwall, says Oasis's Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher has said he does not “particularly like” Oasis song Wonderwall despite its enduring popularity and global appeal.

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Baz Luhrmann.

Baz Luhrmann: It kills me that I can't commit to The Get Down series 2

Director Baz Luhrmann has admitted it “kills” him that he cannot commit to writing a second series of his hit Netflix show, The Get Down.

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Niall Horan

Where is everyone? Niall Horan missing One Direction bandmates

Niall Horan has said it feels so strange to work without his One Direction bandmates that he keeps expecting them to reappear beside him.

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Adam Garcia to star in Kevin Elyot's final play Twilight Song

Adam Garcia to star in Kevin Elyot's final play Twilight Song

Adam Garcia has been cast in the world premiere of the final play by writer Kevin Elyot.

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Bench on Coronation Street set to be dedicated to terror attack victims

Bench on Coronation Street set to be dedicated to terror attack victims

Coronation Street will pay tribute to the victims of the terror attack that took place in its home city by installing a bench in their memory on set.

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Aidan Turner

My Poldark accent is not always on point, admits Aidan Turner

Poldark star Aidan Turner has said his accent in the TV show is “not always on point”, making it difficult for him to watch it.

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Milton Jones.

Trump's gaffes are already funnier than our jokes, says comedian Milton Jones

Comedian Milton Jones has said that Donald Trump poses a threat to the comedy industry – because his one-line gaffes are funnier than jokes crafted professionally.

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Rita Ora

Rita Ora: Split from Jay Z's record label 'mutual and respectful'

Rita Ora has spoken about her split from Jay Z’s record label Roc Nation, saying the decision was “mutual and respectful”.

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Doctor Who content on the new BBC Store

BBC Store to close due to lack of demand

The BBC’s digital download service is to close less than two years after it was launched, the broadcaster has announced.

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Ariana Grande (Richard Shotwell/AP/PA)

Ariana Grande's One Last Time due to re-enter top 40 after Manchester atrocity

Ariana Grande is set to re-enter the top 40 this week with One Last Time as fans have flocked to listen to the track in the wake of the Manchester attack.

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Frankie Grande in the Diary Room

Ariana Grande's half-brother postpones London gig 'to be with family'

The half-brother of Ariana Grande has postponed a performance in London out of respect for those affected by the Manchester Arena terror attack.

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David Beckham

David Beckham and Nicole Kidman among A-list stars at Aids fundraiser in Cannes

David Beckham, Dionne Warwick and Nicole Kidman were among the A-list guests at a charity gala in Cannes on Thursday.

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Tom Cruise

UK premiere of The Mummy cancelled after Manchester attack

The UK premiere of The Mummy has been cancelled in the wake of the Manchester attack.

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Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey pays tribute to fan killed in Manchester attack

Pop superstar Mariah Carey has paid tribute to fan Martyn Hett who was among those killed in the Manchester terror attack, saying: “We will cherish your memory forever.”

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John Simm

John Simm to star as bereaved father seeking revenge in series Trauma

Life On Mars star John Simm will play a grief-stricken, revenge-seeking father in a new psychological drama series Trauma.

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Call The Midwife stars back organisation providing medical services at festivals

Call The Midwife stars back organisation providing medical services at festivals

Call The Midwife will be coming to the rescue of festival goers in distress as two of its stars have been named patrons of Festival Medical Services (FMS).

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Binky.

MIC's Binky and JP to launch their own show about become parents

Made In Chelsea stars Binky and JP will launch their own show as they share their story of becoming parents for the first time.

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Emmerdale couple 'RobRon' praised after emotional episodes

Emmerdale couple 'RobRon' praised after emotional episodes

Emmerdale fans were bowled over by the acting talents of two of their favourite characters in Thursday night’s episodes.

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