Music stars including Lewis Capaldi and Rita Ora call for end to racism

Little Mix, Nile Rodgers, Lewis Capaldi and Rita Ora are among the stars calling for an end to racism.

"We are at our worst when we attack one another," the letter said.

It cited recent "anti-Jewish racism", after grime artist Wiley shared anti-Semitic posts. Wiley later apologised.

Hundreds of representatives from the music industry co-signed the letter, which says they want to show "that love, unity and friendship, not division and hatred, must and will always be our common cause".

Big Night In: Stars and royals help raise £27m on BBC charity show

More than £27m was donated during the three-hour event, with the government promising to double the total.

The show saw Children in Need and Comic Relief join forces for the first time.

Peter Kay, Catherine Tate and the Little Britain duo also took part - as did the Duke of Cambridge, who appeared in a surprise sketch with Stephen Fry.

Prince William was then joined by the Duchess of Cambridge and their children to lead the weekly Clap for Carers.

Global music marathon salutes health staff

Pop and classical musicians from the United States, Asia and the Middle East, all performing from their homes, appeared on the One World: Together at Home live stream due to run for six hours to pay tribute to frontline workers battling the health crisis around the world.

Jamil, known for her TV series The Good Place, told viewers the event was meant to be "a moment of respite".

"Put your wallets away. This is not a fundraiser. We are just here to give you an incredible show with amazing live performances," she said.

Caution! The celebs who are wary of Twitter

Watson is playing the lead role in The Circle, the film adaptation of Dave Eggers's novel about an all-seeing tech corporation.

She plays a graduate who joins Hanks's company and soon finds herself joining an experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy and ethics.

Watson said at the New York premiere: "For my sanity, I cannot, I just cannot even go there (reading comments)."

See why Michelle Obama, more celebs have us hashtagging relationship goals

Michelle Obama, Sofia Vergara and more celebs took to Instagram to give shoutouts to their loved ones.

The former first lady shared a snap from the Obama's recent beach vacation of their toes in the sand, "Happy Valentine's Day to the love of my life and favorite island mate, @barackobama. #valentines."

Kardashian West posted a picture of herself and husband, Kanye West, kissing with the caption: "Happy Valentine's Day."

"Modern Family" star, Sofia Vergara, posted an adorable picture with her husband, Joe Manganiello, complete with a cupid emoji.

Celebs congratulate Donald Trump

Actor Stephen Baldwin tweeted, "God is moving ..... & America is speaking !! PTL" before Trump was declared the winner.

He later tweeted, "Soon the REAL work begins ... to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain ! Proud to have been a part of such amazing history !! @realDonaldTrump." Rocker Ted Nugent, who campaigned for Trump in Michigan, tweeted Wednesday morning, "When in doubt I whip it out I got me a rockNroll band itsa free for all!" as his followers celebrated the win.

The strange demands of celebs visiting NZ

So go the demands and eccentricities of some of the rich and famous who hire luxury homes in New Zealand.

With their chequebooks and fame come at-times bizarre demands.

Ed Coutts, owner and managing director of Waiheke Unlimited, has spent 20 years dealing with wealthy clients who want to rent a secluded, luxury house on Auckland's Waiheke Island. He says he has seen it all.

"I had a Russian princess whose maid-in-waiting couldn't be any closer than 20 feet [6m] to her at any stage," Coutts said.