Mirror mirror on the wall, Kate Upton is the Sexiest Woman of all.
Embattled actor Stephen Collins says he's not a paedophile and insists he has inappropriately touched a minor on only one occasion.
Kris Jenner is thinking about changing her surname back to Kardashian, it has been claimed
Actor Ria Vandervis recalls a terrifying holiday experience in the Bay of Islands.
REVIEW: Katy Perry manages to be sweet without being sickly, suggestive without being lewd, and kooky without being crazy.
Katy Perry kicks off NZ leg of her Prismatic World Tour in Auckland, appearing from a giant prism.
TV produces endlessly quotable lines. Here are some of the best of the year.
Using the '#tbt' hashtag, celebrities share some great moments from their childhood or early careers.
Pop superstar Katy Perry is on her way to Auckland after being spotted boarding her private jet in Queenstown this afternoon.
More embarrassing emails leak as the White House tries to take control of the situation, but in the meantime the internet leaks controversial assassination scene.
Feminists are good at reading, having learned to embrace it in place of all the boys who never asked us out on dates.
Normally the lens is focused on him. But Prince Harry has turned it around and shown his talent as a budding photographer.
Weta Workshop founder Sir Richard Taylor talks about his love for Wellington.
Stolen photos, major weddings and Twitter beef. It's been a rollercoaster year for celebrity news.
Former Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher embarrasses 14-year-old daughter Anais in front of crush Harry Styles.
We asked a host of international and local stars how they will be celebrating the festive season.
Stuff.co.nz looks back at the top videos of 2014.
Disney's latest superhero hasn't ripped abdominal muscles and biceps. Disney's new superhero is different. He's fat.
Just for fun, let's try to picture the year in pop culture, all in one image.
A few weeks ago, when a freshly stoned Seth Rogen sat down for an interview about The Interview, the likelihood of trouble seemed remote.
Whitney Beseler will remember her stint on the Millionaire Hot Seat as the most embarrassing moment of her life.
Not sure what's good on TV? The TV Guide has rounded up the five best shows this week.
With so many tropes in the Doctor Who universe, making an episode isn't easy, but once a year they are dispensed with during the show's much-loved Christmas special.
Queenstown is buzzing with news Katy Perry had been in town after the singer posted a photo of her and a helicopter.
Bambi's mother is shot by a hunter, Scar sends Mufasa plummeting off a cliff, Nemo's mum is eaten by a barracuda - children's cartoons are rife with violent murders.
While Kiwi albums featured strongly in the end of the year charts New Zealanders are mainly absent in the singles category.
Stephen Collins has admitted sexually inappropriate conduct with three girls.
Four Shakespeare lovers have modernised one of the Bard's most famous stories into a teenage web series.
Zak Williams has opened up about how hard it has been to lose his comedian father.
This weekend, Annie and Paddington get makeovers and Alfred Molina and John Lithgow get married.
Sony pulls the plug on the release of James Franco and Seth Rogen's new film after threats of violence from cyberterrorists.
REVIEW: Think of Obvious Child as a well delivered retort to the implicit morality tale that lies at the heart of Knocked Up.
REVIEW: The Water Diviner's delicate story collapses under the weight of its leading man and director.
Teresa Bergman returns home a star
Teresa Bergman started writing songs when she was 9, sang in award-winning barbershop quartets from 14, and made it into the finals of 2005's New Zealand Idol at 18.
REVIEW: Paddington is reminiscent of Mousehunt and Nanny McPhee, a surprising delight and perfect school holiday entertainment.
REVIEW: Folies Bergere is both an enjoyable story and a fantastic showcase for a terrific French actress.
Russell Brand has criticised media and Prime Minister Tony Abbott for referring to Sydney’s Lindt cafe siege as an act of terrorism.
B-list drummers and rip-offs. Randall Roberts about why the new inclusions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are wrong.
Colourful acts just the tip of the ice-berg
Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival audiences will have 70 different events to choose from.
Sculpture designed to link campus with its past as a chicken farm to its 'aspirations'.
HBO appears to be borrowing from the book of Snapchat for its latest Game of Thrones teaser campaign, deleting a tantalising vision of season five released to fans after just one viewing.
Former Australian Idol winner Wes Carr says he is humbled at the response to the raw, emotional song he wrote quickly after the tragic Sydney siege.
Filmmaker Peter Jackson adds another honour to his swag of Oscars.
This week brings us the Billy T "first contact" sketches, the anniversary of the Queen's 1953 visit, and a Christmas message from the Goodnight Kiwi.
Police still pledge to take extra precautions after Sony hackers' threat to The Interview premiere is dismissed by Homeland Security.
Swedish star Tove Lo will be opening for Katy Perry in Auckland this weekend after sending a confusing message.
Celebrities can often be thought of as a shallow, vapid bunch, concerned only with the latest diet, fad, or fashion, but some show true compassion.
Soulmen, bluesmen, poets, punks and feisty rockers are among the 30th class of inductees of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Wellington's Jonathan Abernethy was a self-confessed music department irritant at school. He's just won a major Australian opera prize and can hardly believe his good fortune.
Ian Anderson has arrived in Christchurch with his trademark flute in his backpack.