Australian singer/actress Natalie Imbruglia is considering signing up for Internet dating as she is struggling to find a man.
The Torn hitmaker split from Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns in 2008 after five years of marriage, and has since been linked to stars including Friends actor David Schwimmer and Kings of Leon drummer Nathan Followill.
However, Imbruglia admits she has now been single for a long time and she is turning to online dating websites in a bid to find love.
She tells KIIS 1065's The Kyle and Jackie O Show, "(My love life is) shocking! I'm so single... I don't know (why)... I just want to meet (someone normal)... I'm starting to consider that I should go on (dating app) Tinder... Well where am I going to meet people?... My girlfriend in London has fallen madly in love on her third Tinder date and I'm incredibly jealous. And he's a really nice normal guy, a director... I've met him, he's really sweet and really normal... Everyone I know who is single is on Tinder in London."
When the presenters informed the star that most people who use the app are just looking for one-night stands, Imbruglia replies, "No! Is that what it is? Now I'm regretting bringing this up on the radio!... Ok you've turned me off now."
Michael Keaton, Al Pacino and Ethan Hawke are among the stars whose films will be competing for the coveted Golden Lion award at this year's (14) Venice Film Festival in Italy.
The Batman star's new comedy Birdman, about a washed-up actor who once played a superhero, will open the event on 27 August (14), and will compete for the festival's top prize along with Pacino's drama Manglehorn.
Other films in contention for the Golden Lion include Good Kill, which stars Hawke as a military drone pilot, Willem Dafoe's Pier Paolo Pasolini biopic Pasolini, and 99 Homes featuring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon.
The festival will also include non-competition screenings of James Franco-directed film The Sound and the Fury, starring Seth Rogen and Jon Hamm, and Jennifer Aniston's latest comedy She's Funny That Way.
The Venice Film Festival runs from 27 August (14) until 6 September (14).
Pop star Lily Allen has paid tribute to Britain's iconic Glastonbury festival by shooting a new music promo featuring dozens of revellers at this year's (14) event singing along to her track. The Smile hitmaker is a big fan of the three-day festival and has attended almost every year since she was a child.
She has also performed there on several occasions, and she used this year's (14) Glastonbury as an opportunity to film footage for a video to accompany her new single, As Long As I Got You.
The four-minute long film begins with Allen telling viewers how the event has been a fixture in her life since childhood and that it holds a special place in her heart because her friendship with Sam Cooper blossomed into romance at the festival in 2009.
When the song begins, the promo shows Allen walking around the site during the event in June (14) and having fun with revellers, interspersed with clips of other Glastonbury-goers singing along.
The video ends with poignant footage of Allen hugging her husband Cooper at the side of the Glastonbury stage following her performance this year.
Haim star Este Haim struggles to manage her diabetes on tour because she is unable to get the proper food and exercise she needs to stay healthy. The rocker famously suffered a bout of hypoglycemia on stage at Britain's Glastonbury Festival last summer (13) and she later insisted she had been too busy to eat.
Haim has now revealed she faces a constant battle to control her condition while enduring long days, hours of travelling, and a busy work schedule as part of the girl group.
She tells BBC Newsbeat, "It's due to the fact that your hours are always so different and food is never really constant. When you are trying to figure out, 'OK, if I am eating this food, how much insulin do I have to take?' There is a lot of different factors that go along to treating diabetes, it's exercise, it's diet and insulin.
"Sometimes I can't exercise because I've spent the last 12 hours on flights or I'm exhausted or I don't want to exercise... I think it's something that I have and I have to be responsible for it and own up to it and talk about it."
British pop star Lily Allen is battling a nasty bout of flu while on tour in Australia. The Smile singer fell sick after arriving in the country ahead of her shows, and she blames her health woes on her gruelling travel schedule which took her to gigs in three different countries in three days over the weekend (19-20Jul14).
She tells Australia's Fairfax Media, "I played at Latitude Festival (in England) on Friday, Benicassim (in Spain) on Saturday, and a French festival on Sunday and then got on a plane to Australia... I don't know if it's advisable to do that kind of travel."
Allen has since been complaining about her ill health in a series of posts on her Twitter.com page, writing, "Sneezing. A lot... Flu... Might die... My antibiotic tablet has left an awful taste lingering in my mouth."
However, her tour kicked off as scheduled in Melbourne on Thursday night (24Jul14).
Former Lcd Soundsystem star James Murphy is reteaming with Greenberg director Noah Baumbach to score his upcoming film While We're Young. The winning duo previously collaborated for Baumbach's 2010 indie hit, which marked Murphy's debut film score.
Now the moviemaker has hired Murphy once again for his new comedy/drama, which stars Ben Stiller Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, and Beastie Boys rapper Adam 'Ad-Rock' Horovitz.
While We're Young is slated to have its world premiere at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival in Canada this September (14).
Garth Brooks fans in Ireland don't seem to be getting a break this summer (14) - part of a pub festival, staged for devotees who missed out on seeing the country star live when his shows near Dublin were cancelled, has been scrapped. Brooks pulled the plug on all five of his sold-out July (14) shows at Croke Park over a local permit dispute, prompting the managers of Dublin hotspot Doheny Nesbitts to host Garth Brooks tribute concerts scheduled for Sunday (27Jul14) and Monday (28Jul14).
But, in another slap for Brooks' fans, Sunday night's festivities have been cancelled following complaints from local residents.
A post on the pub's Facebook page reads: "You're not going to believe this folks but the big man has cancelled his sixth show in Dublin! Due to complaints by the residents of lower Baggot Street our Garth Brooks tribute this weekend will now only take place on Monday night."
Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, One Direction and Lorde are among the list of pop stars scheduled to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas in September (14). Other acts announced include Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris, Usher and Ariana Grande.
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Actress Zoe Saldana is expecting her first child.
The Avatar star, 36, is set to become a mother for the first time with her Italian artist husband Marco Perego, the actress' publicist has confirmed.
A source tells Us Weekly magazine, "Zoe is about three months pregnant." Another insider adds, "Zoe has always wanted a big family... and Marco's on board too!"
Saldana and Perego married in secret last year (13).
The pregnancy news is a double celebration for the Saldana family as the actress' sister Mariel is also expecting.
Funnyman Will Ferrell is to be feted at the Deauville American Film Festival in France for his contribution to comedy. The Anchorman star joins Jessica Chastain and director James Cameron as honourees at the annual event.
Organisers of the festival, which celebrates American cinema, will show a retrospective of Ferrell's work throughout its run in September (14).
Festival director Bruno Barde calls Ferrell "a king of comedy" and adds, "The Deauville American Film Festival is, as its name suggests, the festival of all kinds of cinema, of every genre, and therefore considers nothing off-limits... Zany, caustic, satirical, off-the-wall and over-the-top, he is all that and more - a pure delight for the audience."
Previous Deauville honourees include Susan Sarandon and Julianne Moore.