More than two years after releasing the tantalizing Friday, Rebecca Black has finally made it to the weekend.
Dannii and Kylie Minogue may invite unhappy comparisons in competing talent shows.
Last month a traumatising death rocked Family Guy fans, now the creators came up with another plot twist.
Kiwi musician Tiki Taane is anticipating an "insane" experience when he headlines the entertainment at the 2014 Wellington Sevens.
REVIEW: My kids sat in rare silence at the 90 odd minute family film, transfixed.
REVIEW: Any fan of Channing Tatum or just action flicks in general should check this movie out - it's not as boring as it sounds.
Reviewer Mike Alexander looks at the latest Mind Body & Spirit books.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is coming to our movie screens next week and we have some great prizes to give away.
Actor Gavin Rutherford talks about marine biology, playing pantomime dames and why he gave up rugby
SIMON SWEETMANI think I've got the definitive example for "the worst that can happen", music wise.
REVIEW: There was another good reason for a capacity house at this year's performance by the City Choir.
Lorde has scheduled a new stand-alone Auckland concert after cancelling her Laneway performance to attend the Grammys.
Paris Hilton appears to have threatened Lindsay Lohan following an assault on her brother.
Singer says she has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism.
After years in the fast lane in LA, Belinda Carlisle, who plays Wellington this week, is taking her career at her own pace, writes Craig Mathieson.
NZGT winner Renee Maurice was close to ditching her Wellington singing job before winning $100K.
If tonight’s season finale is anything to go by, New Zealand's talent is deep in hiding.
REVIEW: Billy Crystal's memoir is a self-deprecation romp through a stellar career.
REVIEW: If you regularly dip into Stephanie Plum's world of laughable crime, then I would imagine Janet Evanovich's Takedown Twenty ticks all the boxes.
REVIEW: The tale of Auckland's Bassett Rd machine gun murders.
The ''Skynet'' streamlined justice system for music piracy is starting to gather dust.
Once the Kiwi king of music cool, Jason Kerrison is not ready to give up his crown despite a new life DJing kids' discos.
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is hoping for better luck when the band plays a gig in Auckland next April.
Kiwi popstar Lorde has been nominated for four Grammy music awards.
Reviews of Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug are filing in, and so far, they are glowing.
When the second Hobbit opens this week, you'll meet an Evangeline Lilly you've never seen before.
Almost $2m of Lord of the Rings props goes under the hammer to raise funds for sick father.
The X-Men franchise will get another boost in 2016 with the release of X-Men: Apocalypse.
Grammy nomination show organisers confuse Lorde's nationality, calling her Australian.
Jennifer Lawrence is "allergic" to flatterers.
Merryn Corcoran has persevered to have her first book published, despite being told by an agent to 'stick to your day job'.
Will Ferrell is not even embarrassed to be completely naked, although he's planning to cut back on the streaking.
REVIEW: Ender's Game works surprisingly well, for a storyline that's not particularly original.
REVIEW: Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa is a truly funny film.
Paris Hilton is disgusted with designers of "that stupid fake tweet" about Nelson Mandela.
Morgan Freeman and Idris Elba lead celebrities who paid tribute to Nelson Mandela.
A brother-sister duo who won a Richmond Mall talent quest three years ago have been snapped up by a major US label.
REVIEW: It's as though somebody at the BBC has a time machine.
'Music is love and love is my sons'
Anika Moa writes about the journey she experienced making her new album of children's songs.
Sir Peter Jackson has been accused of hiding the decaying remains of 15 hobbits in his attic, in a sharp satire from a famous parody website.
Heroic in his deeds, graceful in his manner, sainted in his image, Nelson Mandela long served as both cause and muse in the entertainment community.
Stuff didn't ask me to write this blog.
Leonard Cohen is not the only acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter to play here this month.
SIMON SWEETMANIt's hard not to gloat here - but this week I received what I consider an early Christmas present.
Join us today at 1pm for a live-chat with Fat Freddy's Drop trombonist Joe 'Hopepa' Lindsay.
Paul Walker's colleagues have released a touching tribute video.
Wanaka school girl picks up top international film festival prize for a movie about her uncle's death.
Lawyer tries to paint celebrity chef as heavy drug user who stored drugs alongside wedding ring.
Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville says fans of Paddington Bear books should feel very safe about the big screen adaptation.
Does anyone remember when documentaries weren't designed to scare and horrify you?
Do you think the right person won?Related story: (See story)