Sarah Ferguson Reveals the 1 Thing Princess Diana Always Told Her to Remember About Royal Struggles

Long before Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex made headlines around the globe, the world was obsessed with two other royal sisters-in-law. After marrying Prince Charles in 1981, the press couldn’t get enough of Princess Diana. Five years later when Sarah, Duchess of York married Prince Andrew

Kanye West, pop’s prevailing folk hero, returns with Donda spectacle

It’s a certain kind of superstar who can hire out Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium, home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons which seats over 70,000, and attract millions more on an Apple Music livestream for a mere album listening session. But well, Kanye West is that kind. Following a hastily announced

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins review: Stiffer than a plastic toy

Henry Golding believes in method acting. You can tell while watching his performance in the third G.I. Joe film, “Snake Eyes,” because it is obvious the actor has fastidiously studied what it means to be a plastic toy. The “Crazy Rich Asians” charmer is so stiff in his first go-round

Sean Penn Wont Return to Work Until Cast and Crew of Watergate Series Gaslit Get COVID Vaccines

Sean Penn has set an ultimatum on the set of the upcoming Starz Watergate series “Gaslit”: either the entire cast and crew receive COVID-19 vaccines, or he’s not returning to work. Although NBCUniversal, “Gaslit’s” studio, imposed mandatory vaccines for “Zone A” cast and crew members (those in close proximity during

Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty in Los Angeles court to sex assaults

Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday to four counts of rape and seven other sexual assault counts.  Sheriff’s deputies brought the 69-year-old convicted rapist into court in a wheelchair. He was wearing a brown jail jumpsuit and face mask. Attorney Mark Werksman entered the plea, Ashley Banjo, Charlene White to Headline ITVs Black History Month Shows- Global Bulletin

PROGRAMMING Black Eyed Peas frontman, “Britain’s Got Talent” judge Ashley Banjo, presenter Charlene White and actor Jimmy Akingbola (“In the Long Run”) will lead U.K. broadcaster ITV’s programming for Black History Month this October. The programming includes “ The Blackprint,” a one-hour documentary that follows’s personal exploration of

Pingdemic chaos as petrol stations close, supermarkets run low on stock and pubs close early

THE pingdemic is wreaking havoc across the UK as petrol stations shut, supermarkets get increasingly low on stock and pub hours are cut short. Hundreds of thousands of workers are isolating after being pinged by the NHS COVID app, bringing businesses to their knees with staffing crises. Petrol stations are

Museum of Contemporary Art names Suzanne Cotter as new director

Australian Suzanne Cotter will become the Museum of Contemporary Art’s first new director in two decades when she replaces the departing Liz Ann Macgregor next year. Cotter, a respected peer of Macgregor, is currently the director of the Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (MUDAM) in Luxembourg. New MCA director Suzanne

Leisure travel is rebounding but hotel industry has a long road ahead, report says

Fox Business Flash top headlines for July 21 Check out what’s clicking on Leisure travel may be rebounding but the hotel industry has not yet recovered, according to a new American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) report.  GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HERE The heavily battered

Your rights while working from home in extremely hot weather explained

With the UK heatwave sending temperatures soaring, you may be wondering if it's too hot to work. Many of us have been enjoying the hot weather over the last couple of days, but for those who have to keep working it can be very difficult to concentrate. While most offices