George Clooney wrapped up in a navy coat and grey scarf as he braved the cold New York weather. The actor left his hotel and headed to the Ed Sullivan Theatre to appear on 'The Late Show with David Letterman'.
Dianne Kruger looked stunning in a floral blouse and contrasting striped skirt as she went out and about in New York City. The actress had her blonde hair pulled back into a bun and added a small blue clutch bag to her outfit.
Candice Swanepoel opted for an edgy off-duty look before taking to the catwalk for Desigual at New York Fashion Week. The Victoria's Secret model's legs looked endless in black leather trousers which she paired with a baby pink vest, leather jacket and...
Alexa Chung looked excited as she arrived all wrapped up in a caramel coloured fur coat for the launch of Peter Pilotto's clothing range at Target in New York City. The model wore a sky blue jumper with a monochrome skirt, thick black tights and black ...
Cat Deeley was all smiles as she took a stroll along Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood, California. The TV presenter wore a long navy coat with gold embellished black boots and topped off her outfit with a statement red bag.
Jennifer Garner kept it casual in dark blue jeans and a grey coat and boots as she stopped off at Sweet Lady Jane's Bakery in Santa Monica, California. The actress wore her brunette locks in a loose ponytail as she picked up some drinks and snacks.
Prince Harry has been named the "sexiest male" ginger, according to a new poll.
The 29-year-old royal - who is dating Cressida Bonas - beat '12 Years A Slave' actor Michael Fassbender to the top spot, in the list which was commissioned by the British Heart Foundation and compiled after they quizzed 2,017 people on their favourite flame-haired stars.
They were followed by 'Homeland' hunk Damian Lewis who landed third spot and 'Sherlock' actor Benedict Cumberbatch in fourth.
The poll was part of the charity's fundraiser 'Ramp Up The Red' which promotes the wear of red clothing to raise money to help beat coronary heart disease
British Heart Foundation representative Polly Shute said: "Redheads know how to stand out from the crowd. Join them today by going as red as you dare.
"You can make your red statement by dyeing your hair red or wearing a red wig to show your support.
"It's easy to do and you will be helping to raise funds that will go directly towards vital research, support and care."
Britain's Prince Charles claims the flooding in Somerset is a "classic example" of the consequence of ignoring climate change.
The 65-year-old royal visited the county in South West England on Tuesday (04.02.14) where he witnessed the devastating effects of flooding for local residents and businesses and he puts this down to the "little attention" society has given to "accumulating impact of climate change".
Talking yesterday (06.02.14) at a summit organised by his charity Business in the Community, he explained: "Incidentally I was down in Somerset this week and it is, I think, a classic example of what happens if we pay little attention to the accumulating impact of climate change on the larger picture.
"What we're increasingly finding now, I think, is that we're having to deal with the symptoms, and tinker with them, which is going to become ever more expensive."
Charles wants society to look at the long term effects that this can have since disasters like flooding "kill off the soil" and which in turn will affect crop growth.
He added: "It's just perhaps a bit of a reminder, possibly, and a wake-up call, that we have to take a longer-term view because if you're going to grow anything and farm it, the weather is hugely important in all this. You can't just suddenly remove the help from people."
Britain's Duchess of Cornwall says Prince William and Duchess Catherine will have a "great experience" when they visit Australia and New Zealand.
Camilla Parker Bowels - who travelled to the islands in 2012 with Prince Charles - insists the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will have a wonderful time during their visit in April.
Talking at the New Zealand's high commission in London, she has been quoted saying: "I can't wait to go back again.
"This April, William and Catherine are going, so I'm sure they'll have a great experience."
The royal couple are believed to be taking five-month-old Prince George with them and appear to have plans to stay in Sydney - which is home to the iconic Opera House.
A source previously said: ''We have been told that Sydney will be the base but I don't know how extensively they will be travelling.
''We are assuming that Prince George will be coming. That is what we are gearing up for.''
William and Catherine will be overseas for a nearly month, spending around 10 days in each country.
Taylor Lautner has signed up to star in 'Cuckoo'.
The 'Twilight' hunk is turning his hand to comedy with a role in the BBC Three sitcom, which also stars 'The Inbetweeners' actor Greg Davies and former 'Saturday Night Live' joker Andy Samberg, The Sun newspaper is reporting.
This will be Taylor's first foray into TV since his acting debuts as a teenager, when he had small roles in US programmes including 'The Bernie Mac Show' and 'My Own Worst Enemy'.
The 21-year-old star got his big break when he was cast as werewolf Jacob Black in 'The Twilight Saga' opposite Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
It is not yet known what role Taylor will play in 'Cuckoo', but his addition to the cast is expected to boost ratings.
The Hollywood heartthrob is best known for his chiselled abs and often appears on-screen shirtless, much to female fans' delight.
The actor previously insisted he can't "help" looking so muscular because he has an athletic disposition.
He said: "I just like staying healthy. And I'm a sports freak, so I'm always playing sports. So, I can't help it!"
Kiefer Sutherland has never seen '24'.
The 47-year-old actor, who plays action man Jack Bauer in the hit show, has earned an Emmy and Golden Globe for the hit show but admits he doesn't watch his own work because he is too self-critical.
Appearing on tomorrow night's (08.02.14) episode of 'The Jonathan Ross Show', he said: "I haven't watched an episode of '24', no. But I know how it goes, I have read the script.
"I don't watch the films I've made. I think the last one I watched was 'Stand By Me'. I had a girlfriend and we went to the cast and crew screening.
"I had a very specific idea of what I wanted to do with the character. We watched the movie and everything I thought I wanted to do, I hadn't done at all. All I saw was myself up there and I was mortified and my girlfriend was saying, 'I thought it was really great.' I said, 'Don't patronise me. I need to get another job. If I don't get another job and this comes out I'm dead and my career is over.'
"It was really lucky for me because there was another film that I didn't want to do that I took because of that, which was 'Lost Boys'; so clearly I am not the person to watch my own work."
'24' will return for a brand new series in May after originally being cancelled in 2010 and the cast have been filming in London.
Kiefer said: "It's a pleasure to come and do this twelve episode thing in London, specifically because '24' actually came out in the States at the same time as it did in England and the response in England was immediate. It took a little while to gain momentum in the States and I think one of the reasons we were allowed to stay on the air until it caught on was because of the response here, so it's only fitting that we get to do this last season here."