Beyonce and Jay Z are planning to swap New York for Los Angeles by moving to California, according to a U.S. report.
The couple has been living in the Big Apple for the last few years but spent the summer renting a home in California, and a new report now suggests the pair is planning a permanent move to America's West Coast.
Editors of TMZ.com report the stars have been spotted viewing a sprawling $85 million (£53 million) mansion in Beverly Hills. The house boasts eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a 16-car garage and a 24-seat movie theatre.
Sean 'Diddy' Combs has reportedly spent $40 million (£25 million) on a new Holmby Hills, Los Angeles mansion close to the one where Michael Jackson died in 2009. The European villa has eight bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
Singer Kesha has reportedly purchased a home in California with her boyfriend of five months.
The TiK ToK hitmaker was first spotted with New Jersey native Brad Ashenfelter in April (14) and now the couple has reportedly decided to take the next step in its relationship and purchase a home.
According to Star magazine, Kesha and Ashenfelter recently bought a $1.65 million (GBP971,000) Spanish-style home in Venice. A source tells the publication, "Kesha is head over heels in love, and things between them are very serious. They're ready to make this house a home. "She feels great, looks great and she has her dream house with her dream guy."
The house reportedly boasts three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a detached artist's studio. The news comes seven months after Kesha checked herself in to a rehab clinic to seek treatment for a series of personal issues.
Ashton Kutcher is following in his fiancee Mila Kunis' footsteps by selling off his bachelor pad. The actress put her mansion in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills on the market for almost $4 million (£2.4 million) last week (ends10Aug14) and now her husband-to-be has sold his own bachelor pad as the couple prepares for married life.
Kutcher received almost $10 million (£5.9 million) for the property, also in the Hollywood Hills, which features five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a gym, sauna and infinity pool.
The couple recently bought a home together in an exclusive gated community in Beverly Hills, California for a reported $10 million. The actors, who met on the set of That '70s Show, are preparing for the birth of their first child, which is due next month (Sep14).
They became engaged earlier this year (14).
Michael Jackson's sprawling Las Vegas, Nevada property has been put on the market for $19.5 million (£11.5 million). The King of Pop lived in the Spanish Mediterranean-style estate between 2007 and 2009, where he spent much of his time rehearsing for what would have been his comeback tour prior to his death.
The estate, which Jackson was leasing from philanthropist Aner Iglesias, has been vacant ever since the singer moved out.
The property includes 12 bedrooms in the main house, a guest house, recording studio facilities, several barbecue areas, a chapel and a secret underground tunnel, which Jackson used to avoid paparazzi snapping pictures via helicopter, according to the estate's broker, Eddy Martinez of Worldwide Properties.
The listing comes days after it was announced Jackson's famous Neverland Ranch in Encino, California is also going on the market.
Richard Gere has cut the price of the sprawling New York property he shared with his estranged wife Carey Lowell for the second time in four months. The Pretty Woman star initially put his Strongheart estate in North Haven, the Hamptons on the market for $65 million (£40.6 million) last summer (13), and dropped the price by $9 million (£5.6 million) in April (14) after struggling to offload the property.
Now Gere has slashed the price yet again by another $8.5 million (£5 million), and the pad is now listed for $47.5 million (£28.2 million), according to the New York Daily News.
Gere and Lowell bought the three pockets of land that became their estate between 2005 and 2008 for a total of $11.3 million (£7 million) and then paid a fortune renovating the 1902 main house and guest quarters, according to RealEstalker.com.
The waterfront compound boasts 12 bedrooms and bathrooms, a gym, basketball courts, an outdoor fireplace pavilion and a heated pool.
It is the second Hamptons home Gere and Lowell have had to accept a lower sale price on - in 2009, they sold their farmhouse in Water Mill for $5.9 million (£3.7 million), almost $3 million (£1.8 million) less than the initial market figure.
Country star Garth Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood have listed their Malibu, California mansion for $7.5 million (GBP4.4 million). The country music supercouple recently announced plans to relocate from Oklahoma to Nashville, Tennessee, where Brooks hopes to focus on his comeback, and now Brooks and Yearwood are offloading yet another home - on America's west coast.
Brooks purchased the Paradise Cove ranch house in 2008 for $4.95 million (GBP2.9 million) and he is are hoping to sell the 1950s estate at a big profit.
The property comes with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, outdoor fireplace, sports court, and it is just steps away from a private beach.
Actress Melanie Griffith has given her New York apartment a design overhaul as she adjusts to single life again following her split from Antonio Banderas. The Working Girl star, 56, filed for divorce to end the couple's 18-year marriage last month (Jun14) and she has been focusing her attentions on revamping the luxury Big Apple pad the former couple bought in 2004.
Griffith, who also shares homes in Los Angeles and Aspen, Colorado with her estranged husband, admits she loves to spend time in New York City when she can and she has been finding solace following their break-up in redecorating.
She has opened up her home, which boasts views of Central Park, for People magazine and reveals she got rid of the previous 1940s feel in favour of an Old Hollywood glamour vibe.
Her longtime friend and interior designer, Kari Whitman, says, "She loves red, so everything has a splash of red."
Griffith continues, "It's elegant and wild at the same time. It's got more pizzazz... I never thought I would be excited about decorating."
Discussing her love for the home, she explains, "For a long time we used to do Thanksgiving here because we could watch the (holiday) parade and cook everything."
The actress also keeps two bedrooms strictly for her daughters Dakota Johnson, 24, and Stella Banderas, 17, for when they visit, adding, "There's lots of family, so it's nice to have everybody come and chill out."
However, Griffith insists the pad still needs a little work: "I don't think it's completely finished yet. But it's a happy place."
The home redecoration is not the only way the star has been trying to take her mind of her broken marriage - she is also undergoing laser removal procedures to erase Banderas' name from a large heart inking on her arm.
British rocker Sting has dismissed rumours suggesting he is set to leave the U.K. for good after putting his London mansion on the market. The Police star recently sold a house in the British capital, and now his nine-bedroom family home overlooking St James's Park is on the market for more than $36 million (£20 million).
The sale news prompted rumours that Sting and his wife Trudie Styler are planning to make America their permanent base, but the musician is adamant the couple is simply downsizing after the last of their children left home.
He tells Britain's Event magazine, "It's (the house) just too big. The kids have all gone and there are just so many empty bedrooms. We're just rattling around. But we are not leaving. I love England. I'm still English."
The mansion that fell apart around Tom Hanks and Shelley Long in 1986 comedy The Money Pit is up for sale. The Long Island, New York estate, which doubled as the movie couple's home, will be listed for $12.5 million (£7.8 million), according to The New York Times.
The three-storey house in Lattingtown features eight bedrooms, a six-car garage, a gym, a saltwater pool, a refrigerated wine wall and a pool house.
At the time of the film's production, the home was owned by publisher Eric Ridder. It has been restored by its current owners.