Thank goodness that's over! Delighted Rihanna can't hide her good mood as she finishes 'disastrous' 777 tour | UPDATED: 22:23 GMT, 21 November 2012 It's safe to say that Rihanna's eagerly anticipated 777 tour could have gone a little better. The last week has seen the singer battling to keep her voice after being struck down with a sore throat
Another day, another bikini shoot! Heidi Montag shows off her $30,000 surgically-enhanced body in a sparkling blue bikini | UPDATED: 23:55 GMT, 16 November 2012 She is reportedly planning a return to reality television with her husband Spencer Pratt.
A diamond bracelet, stuffed to the brim goodie bag, and free-flowing champagne: Access all areas pictures on board Air Rihanna | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 16 November 2012 She taken a group of 150 fans and journalists – to ensure plenty of positive press – aboard a private jumbo jet as she embarks on a world tour. And of course her high-flying fan club have already been posting their pictures online revealing what it's like to be on tour with the singer who is due onstage in Stockholm on Friday
'No more abuse': Sharon Osbourne vows to never undergo plastic surgery again following double mastectomy trauma | UPDATED: 13:55 GMT, 6 November 2012 She's never been shy about admitting she's gone under the knife, in fact openly discussing her procedures. But now Sharon Osbourne has vowed to never undergo plastic surgery again following her latest health trauma, which saw her have a double mastectomy. The rock matriarch is adamant she wants 'no more abuse' against her body after being shocked by recent pictures of herself
The little girls who reach puberty as young as six: Could junk food, plastic packaging and computer screens be to blame | UPDATED: 02:54 GMT, 1 November 2012 Growing up fast: Atlanta Carson With her hair in bunches, Atlanta Carson looks like any other happy-go-lucky eight-year-old posing for her school picture. But behind the gap-toothed smile, there is much more on the mind of this year three pupil than play-dates and skipping games. When this photograph was taken, Atlanta was already experiencing the first signs of becoming a woman, with hair starting to grow underneath her arms.
Bring out the prawn cocktails! The naff Seventies wine box is back – and now it's the height of good taste | UPDATED: 23:49 GMT, 26 October 2012 Box is the new bottle: Boxed wine is making a comeback after falling out of favour in the Seventies (picture posed by model) Not so long ago, serving up wine in a box at a dinner party would have been social suicide on a par with feeding guests boil-in-the-bag curry followed by tinned fruit cocktail. But now boxed wine, once the subject of so much mockery, is no longer naff and enjoying something of a revival. No wonder.
Mother and daughter living 2,500 miles apart enjoy some bonding time… by having cosmetic surgery together | UPDATED: 17:29 GMT, 18 October 2012 A mother and daughter duo unhappy with their sagging necks and chests have used a trip to the plastic surgeon as a bonding experience
She's off to a gym (class): Abbey Crouch sports cute schoolgirl plaits as she heads to a workout | UPDATED: 01:07 GMT, 16 October 2012 She might have left school a decade ago but it seems that Abbey Crouch digressed back to her younger years on Monday. The 26-year-old model was seen sporting a youthful style with a pair of plaited pigtails as she made her way to the gym in Wimslow
Robin Roberts enjoys New York's fall sunshine with her sisters as she returns to hospital for outpatient appointment | UPDATED: 16:36 GMT, 12 October 2012 After leaving hospital yesterday, 21 days after her bone marrow transplant, Robin Roberts was seen enjoying New York's fresh air and sunshine as she returned for a routine outpatient appointment this morning. Wearing a surgical mask, plastic gloves, and a baseball cap, the television anchor was seen walking into Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center with her smiling sisters, Sally Ann and Dorothy
The 'vampire facelift' to put colour in your cheeks: Women have blood injected into veins to iron out wrinkles Machine is used to separate platelets out of the blood Platelets are then injected into the faceIn high concentrations they are thought to stimulate the skin to repair itself | UPDATED: 22:14 GMT, 21 September 2012 Injecting your own blood could be an alternative to Botox Thinking about a facelift but can’t bear the idea of Botox or plastic surgery The answer could be coursing through your veins. Women are ironing out wrinkles and rejuvenating their skin with injections of their own blood. The procedure – dubbed the ‘vampire facelift’ – involves taking a blood sample from the patient’s arm and putting it through a machine which separates out the platelets.