Alice Eve flaunts her sensational curves in two different bikinis as she raises temperatures in Miami

And God created woman: Alice Eve flaunts her sensational curves in two different bikinis as she raises temperatures in Miami | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 25 November 2012 She was memorably described as the 'boobtastic nanny' in Sex and the City 2. And British actress Alice Eve flaunted her famous curves in two different bikinis in Miami Sunday.

As Spice Girls musical hits the stage, Geri, Emma and Melanie C reveal their secrets to surviving fame

Their bust-ups have been legendary. Now, as the Spice Girls musical hits the stage, Geri, Emma and Melanie C reveal the secrets that have helped them survive fame (relatively) unscathed | UPDATED: 22:21 GMT, 23 November 2012 When Emma Bunton was a fresh-faced kid (as opposed to a 36-year-old mum-of-two who somehow still looks like a fresh-faced kid), she auditioned for a role in Les Misrables. She didn’t get the part, and carried the disappointment round for longer than you’d expect, given what came next.

ASOS scoops Large E-tailer of the Year gong at the Drapers Fashion Awards

Net gains! ASOS scoops major style gong at the prestigious Drapers Fashion Awards | UPDATED: 15:19 GMT, 22 November 2012 It might have started life as a purveyor of celebrity-inspired knock-offs but ASOS, now one of the UK's largest fashion e-tailers, has scooped the coveted Large E-tailer of the Year Award at the prestigious Drapers Fashion Awards. With more than 18 million visitors a month, the site has gone from strength to strength in recent years, with celebrity copies giving way to desirable fashion from a huge range of brands. The website also offers eight original collections of its own, including ASOS Black (party wear), ASOS White (luxe daywear) and Fairtrade collection, ASOS Africa.

Dating men admit to lying about their earning power, hobbies and divorce in order to make good first impression

Too good to be true: Men admit lying about their earning power, hobbies and divorce in order to impress on first date | UPDATED: 09:22 GMT, 23 November 2012 If you've just been on the perfect date and think your new man with a top job, interesting hobby and no ex-wife on the scene is too good to be true – he probably is. New research has revealed that 74 per cent of men bend the truth on a first date in order to make a good first impression. Top of the list of white lies was how much money they earned and what job they did, followed by fabrications about their hobbies and interests.

High heels, coffee habits and distracting dogs to blame for 13m accidents on British roads

High heels, coffee habits and distracting dogs to blame for 13m accidents on British roads By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 10:37 GMT, 23 November 2012 | UPDATED: 10:37 GMT, 23 November 2012 High heels, discarded coffee cups and free roaming dogs have been identified as three of the most dangerous things to have in a car. The seemingly innocuous items have been responsible for more than 13 million crashes and near misses on Britain's roads, according to research released today by insurers providers More Th> n as part of Road Safety Week

Masterchef effect? Men cook more meals than women as TV shows inspire them to get into the kitchen

The MasterChef effect Men cook more meals than women as TV shows inspire them to get into the kitchen | UPDATED: 18:20 GMT, 21 November 2012 They say that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. But instead of sitting around waiting to be served, it seems dining tables have turned – and increasing numbers of men are now doing the cooking themselves

Mim Grey reveals how performing with Paul McCartney was "surreal"

'I nearly fell off the stage with shock!': Mim Grey reveals how performing with Paul McCartney was 'surreal' | UPDATED: 01:48 GMT, 22 November 2012 It’s a collaboration that most artists can only dream of, but for Mim Grey performing with Sir Paul McCartney became a reality. The British singer/songwriter was asked by the Beatles frontman to perform at one of his parties and of course she jumped at the chance. Speaking to the Mail Online, Grey says the experience was simply 'surreal'

Raise a glass: Port cocktails

Raise a glass: Port cocktails | UPDATED: 00:36 GMT, 22 November 2012 Port has been the quintessential English gentleman’s tipple since its creation in the 17th century, by British sailors who added brandy to Portugese wine to prevent it spoiling on the voyage home. The drinking of it is steeped in etiquette — port should be passed to the left; and if anyone dallies with the decanter, you should ask whether he knows the Bishop of Norwich… ‘He’s a terribly good chap, but he always forgets to pass the port.’ Port is no longer just an after dinner drink, it's an essential cocktail component That bibulous Bishop must be turning in his grave — port’s stuffy image is no more. Sales have risen by 50 percent in the last 15 years, to 75m a year, and it increasingly appeals to young drinkers and women.

Save The Children Christmas jumper campaign: Alison Steadman, Jon Snow, Lauren Laverne, Erin O"Connor

It's Christmas jumper time! Lauren Laverne, Erin O'Connor, Alison Steadman and friends wear festive knits for Save The Children (but not the 945 one on Net-a-Porter, though…) Myleene Klass, TOWIE's Mark Wright and Jon Snow also involved in Make The World Better With A Sweater campaignFriday 14 December is official Christmas Jumper DayMeanwhile, Net-a-Porter opens its festive knit shop – come armed with a credit card… | UPDATED: 13:13 GMT, 20 November 2012 Anything Sarah Lund can do, British celebrities will have a jolly good bash at doing better. The Danish star of The Killing is famed for her character's predilection for wooly Faroese jumpers, whatever the season

Freddie Flintoff: "We lost the Ashes and it was my lowest point professionally. I carried on, but I was never the same player again."

Freddie Flintoff: 'We lost the Ashes and it was my lowest point professionally. I carried on, but I was never the same player again' By Lisa Sewards PUBLISHED: 22:45 GMT, 16 November 2012 | UPDATED: 22:46 GMT, 16 November 2012 The former England cricket captain, 34, on signing the contract that led to his record-breaking career When I was just 16, in 1994, former England cricketer David Lloyd came to our house and offered me a contract to play for Lancashire County Cricket Club.