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Justin Bieber appears to have confirmed his marriage to Hailey Baldwin by referring to the model as his "wife" on Instagram.
OPINION: One of my favourite Stan Lee cameos - and boy, he did a lot of 'em - is in the criminally underrated Kevin Smith film, Mallrats.
OPINION: This week I finished working on the TV show Jono and Ben. Many of you will read that and not care.
A small, private funeral has been held to mourn Marvel Comics mogul Stan Lee, and his company is making more plans to memorialise him.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer has been forced to cancel shows in Texas after being hospitalised with severe morning sickness.
OPINION: It's been a great year for Lady Gaga. She's made the seamless transition from flamboyant pop star to serious actress.
OPINION: The most interesting thing about Johnny Depp's performance in the new Fantastic Beasts film - arguably the only interesting thing - is that he is actually there to give it in the first place.
Some six weeks after Kanye West made pro-Trump comments on Saturday Night Live and in the Oval Office, his wife, reality star Kim Kardashian says that the rapper was drawn more to the president's bold personality than his politics.
A picture that was promoted as being of pop superstar Taylor Swift riding an electric scooter on Auckland's Tamaki Drive, was a prank by TV hosts Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce.
She may have been forced to flee her own home, but that hasn't stopped Lady Gaga from helping others in the same situation.
As fans of Stan Lee mourn his death this week, they can hang on to one thing on the horizon: Lee will continue to make pop-up appearances on screen.
He might not be a household name, but Jimi Jackson is one of New Zealand biggest social influencers.
US director Spike Lee says "Not Yet" to a Kiwi newspaper that mistook him for Stan Lee, the comic book writer who died on Tuesday.