The TV and Hollywood scenes reacted and mourned the sudden death of Glee star Cory Monteith, who was found dead in a hotel room on Saturday morning. The 31-year-old actor was a lead character in what will probably be remembered as one of the biggest TV shows of the 2010s brought musical madness into homes around the world, and while the cause of death is still unknown, a drug overdose is suspected.
Halle Berry married OIivier Martinez in Vallery, France, in a shotgun wedding that surprised many. It's marriage number one for him and number three for her, and the couple are expecting their first child together.
Meanwhile back Stateside,Jimmy Kimmel married for the second time in a suitably star studded ceremony in Ojai, California. Kimmel tied the knot with Molly McNearey in after four years of dating in front of the likes of Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Howard Stern, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski. Which must have been hilarious and also really weird for the bride's side of the aisle.
In news to make you feel like it's the 90s all over again, Robbie Williams has re-quit Take That. Not that anyone was really paying attention anyway, but Robbie is said to be really eager to get back on the road solo again. Fingers crossed for the Angels/No Regrets Robbie and not the Rudebox one. We don't need that again.
Lindsay Lohan is setting up a reality show for herself once she wraps up her rehab stint. Lilo is set to sit down with her royal highness Oprah Winfrey in an exclusive interview come August and she's back on the scene, followed by shooting an eight part documentary series that will air in 2014. Here's hoping it's more Britney: Off The Record than Geordie Shore.
And Beyoncé got all sorts of salacious talking to Flaunt magazine, saying that she wants to get it on in the Louvre and make her very own Picasso Baby. All she needs is 'a cozy blanket, red wine, fruit, and '90s R&B'. We're sure you could do it with less Bey.