David Beckham attends Lakers Game and tries really hard not to look at the scantily clad dancers

Keep looking down! David Beckham attends Lakers Game … and tries really hard not to look at the scantily clad dancers | UPDATED: 12:17 GMT, 14 November 2012 He's been in trouble before for getting photographed clearly enjoying the half-time dance routine by the scantily clad cheerleaders. So when David Beckham attended a Lakers game at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Tuesday, he did his best to look the other direction.

Katherine Jenkins goes clubbing in London and runs into The Wanted

So glad you came! Katherine Jenkins glams up for a night on the town … and runs into The Wanted | UPDATED: 12:15 GMT, 11 November 2012 It can be a small world when you're a celebrity. Katherine Jenkins stepped out on Saturday for a big night on the town, and ended up running into popular boyband The Wanted

The Wanted Jay McGuinness wears Kris Kringle headwear as band perform at light switch on alongside Carolynne Poole and Mischa B

Hat’s very festive: The Wanted’s Jay McGuinness wears Kris Kringle headwear as band perform at light switch on alongside Carolynne Poole and Mischa B | UPDATED: 01:13 GMT, 10 November 2012 There's nothing like switching on the Christmas lights to get in the holiday mood, and for one member of The Wanted, that was certainly the case. Jay McGuiness stood out from his band mates by popping on a Santa hat whilst on stage performing during Manchester's Christmas Lights switch-on at Albert Square

The Sapphires review: Chris O"Dowd"s film about Sixties soul singers will make your heart sing

A real gem of a movie: Despite a few duff notes, Chris O'Dowd's film about Sixties soul singers will make your heart sing | UPDATED: 08:20 GMT, 9 November 2012 THE SAPPHIRES (PG) Verdict: Feel-good frolic Based on a true story, The Sapphires is curiously reminiscent of an old one, and will strike a pleasurable chord with anyone who enjoyed The Commitments.

A real gem of a movie: Despite a few duff notes, Chris O"Dowd"s film about Sixties soul singers will make your heart sing

A real gem of a movie: Despite a few duff notes, Chris O'Dowd's film about Sixties soul singers will make your heart sing | UPDATED: 00:17 GMT, 9 November 2012 THE SAPPHIRES (PG) Verdict: Feel-good frolic Based on a true story, The Sapphires is curiously reminiscent of an old one, and will strike a pleasurable chord with anyone who enjoyed The Commitments. Like Alan Parker’s 1991 hit, it tells the tale of enthusiastic amateurs learning to love soul music. This time, it’s a 1968 Australian aboriginal girl-group who are making it big — which in their case means travelling to Vietnam to entertain the troops.

More money than sense: Would you pay 7,963 for a MONOPOLY board?

More money than sense: Would you pay 7,963 for a MONOPOLY board | UPDATED: 00:29 GMT, 8 November 2012 At last, a Monopoly board that reflects the real price of London property — although you’ll have to be Roman Abramovich-rich to afford it. British manufacturer Geoffrey Parker has updated the classic in time for Christmas shopping.

Now your baby can help with the housework as hilarious floor mop babygro goes on sale

Get your baby to help with the housework! Hilarious mop babygro lets children clean the floor as they learn to crawl | UPDATED: 16:16 GMT, 2 November 2012 An enterprising designer has come up with a unique way to get children involved with the housework: by turning crawling babies into cleaning machines. The entrepreneur has combined the traditional 'onesie' babygro with specially designed mop heads fixed to the arms and legs which enable babies to polish the floor as they learn to crawl. The $40 (25) Baby Mop is the brainchild of U.S

New photos of The Who to be auctioned: Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and Keith Moon in Surrey gig 1966

Amazing new photos of The Who, shot 50 years ago before the band were superstars, expected to fetch 1000 at auction Photos show Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and Keith Moon performingThe intimate gig was at the Cheam Bath Halls, Surrey, in December 1966Collection to be auctioned by Catherine Southon Auctioneers next month | UPDATED: 13:12 GMT, 23 October 2012 Previously unseen photographs showing the British band The Who performing at a tiny concert during their early days have emerged after nearly 50 years. The 14 black and white snaps were taken at an intimate gig at the Cheam Bath Halls, Surrey, in December 1966. One of the new-found photos shows The Who guitarist Pete Townshend, far right, performing his famous 'windmill' arm technique during the intimate gig in Surrey in 1966 One of the images shows guitarist Pete Townshend with his right arm aloft, performing his famous 'windmill' technique that he still uses today.

Nicole Kidman transforms into Grace Kelly in first on-set look at new biopic

FIRST LOOK: Nicole Kidman transforms into Grace Kelly on set of new biopic Grace of Monaco | UPDATED: 18:46 GMT, 9 October 2012 She recently admitted to feeling uncomfortable in front of the camera. But Nicole Kidman is now taking on one of the most high-profile roles of her career in forthcoming drama, Grace of Monaco