Rap icon Kanye West has revealed he wants to bring the music industry "into the 21st century".
Biffy Clyro hope their new album can encourage people to "start again", as they want to "make the best out of a bad situation" amid the corona…
Movie director Sofia Coppola has admitted that having children has changed her approach to filmmaking.
Matthew Vaughn had a "panic attack" over producing 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels', because he was worried about the money they were spending.
Will Young has revealed he wants to make a covers album of songs made famous by women.
Ralph Fiennes has praised Matthew Vaughn for "rewriting the film spy manual" with the 'Kingsman' franchise.
According to Matt Bomer, being open about his sexuality has "cost" him roles during his career.
Hollywood star Zendaya has confessed to being a "bit of a grandma" when it comes to going out.
Millie Bobby Brown "freaks out" when she's not working.
Alicia Keys thinks 2020 has been "The Great Transformation".
Movie star Henry Golding has suggested he's keen to become the next James Bond.
Lars Ulrich believes Motörhead was the first band to "really unite fans" from multiple different genres of music.
Maisie Williams has revealed she'd love to make a movie with her friend Sophie Turner.
Hollywood star Zendaya has revealed she would love to make a film with Denzel Washington.
According to Steps, they feared they would be bashed for being "insensitive" with the title of their new single.
Ashley Tisdale found it "invasive" being asked when she was going to have a baby before she got pregnant.
Hilaria Baldwin is "so grateful" for her newborn son.
Millie Bobby Brown misses "tea and digestives" when she's filming in the United States.
Dwayne Johnson "ripped" his electric gate off the hinges to get to work when a power outage caused it to fail.
Nick Jonas feared he would be a "washed-up has-been at 21" when the Jonas Brothers decided to break up in 2013.
Kim Kardashian West feels "very powerless" amidst her husband Kanye West's bizarre Twitter rants.
Neil Patrick Harris insists coronavirus is "no joke" after his family caught it and recovered from it earlier this year.