The Red Hot Chili Peppers will play the 3Arena in Dublin on Tuesday, December 20 - their first appearance in the city for four years.
Considering how much the housemates complained Lewis spoke, you’d expect her to remember his voice.
He’s been getting educated again, and this time it’s official.
The Mob Wives star had spent the day locking horns with Bear.
The singer has been in top shape for the role.
See who triumphed at this year’s ceremony.
Harry said the show finally tackles the “imminent and prolonged war with space aliens”.
There’ll be no winners, losers or prizes; just amazing displays of everything from black-belt karate to singing and spelling.
The Great British Bake Off judge sent social media into meltdown when he dunked his Jaffa in his tea.
The Bafta-winning BBC One drama stars Sarah Lancashire and James Norton.
Can there be a truce before the CBB final?
The former shadow chancellor is finding it tough learning the uptempo ballroom dance for Strictly Come Dancing.
Johnny Depp has sent Amber Heard’s divorce settlement money straight to her two charities.
We really hope so.
Downton Abbey actor Dan Stevens is set to star in Legion.
The host said that no-one is afraid of Simon Cowell this year.
It’s confirmed: Pablo is definitely gonna die.
He also denied there were plans to move Game Of Thrones away from violent scenes.
The show proved it is still as popular as ever with viewers.
Sussex Police considered the tweet “abusive or harmful” and “disrespectful or offensive”.
The famous error on page 53 isn’t the only indicator.
Jamie Oliver has officially introduced his fifth child to the world.
Vogue Williams has revealed why she cut ties with ex-husband Brian McFadden.
The Chicago Rose Maggie McEldowney has been crowned the 2016 Rose of Tralee.
One viewer asked: “Why have you still got your pyjama top on?! Have I missed something?”
It was 16 years before Michael Leader said his first lines on the soap.
The actress didn’t mask her apparent dissatisfaction at being asked about Prince Harry on television.
For many, Channel 4's latest documentary was a depressing watch.
The Rose of Tralee is over for another year but the tweets about the competition are still flooding in (and we LOVE it).