• Pierce Brosnan thanks wife for love

    Pierce Brosnan thanks his wife for "the love" she has given him, as they celebrate their 25th anniversary. The 65-year-old actor and Keely Shaye Smith married 17 years ago in 2001, but after having dated for eight years before tying the knot, they are currently celebrating 25 years since they first began their lives together. And to ring in the milestone, Pierce - who has two sons Dylan, 21, and Paris, 17, with Keely - has taken to Instagram to share a sweet tribute to his spouse.

  • Why the Bulldogs have been asked to explain this incident

    The NRL has issued a please explain to the Bulldogs over a seemingly innocuous moment in the dressing rooms.

  • Roseanne Barr explodes in foul mouthed rant over Valerie Jarrett tweet

    Roseanne Barr has claimed she "thought the b***h was white" in an angry outburst addressing her controversial tweet about Valerie Jarrett. The disgraced actress has hit out at an interviewer who addressed the racist remarks she made about the former White House adviser - which resulted in the star's eponymously titled ABC sitcom being cancelled in May - as she now claims she didn't know Valerie was black. Roseanne, 65, had initially planned to appear on TV to discuss the cancellation of her show and the subsequent fallout.

  • Ugly scenes as fan attacks Tour de France rider

    Stage 12 of the Tour de France has been marred by a spectator's crazy clash with Chris Froome, and a former champ breaking his back.

  • 'They are mine': Federer to fight Nike over iconic logo

    The Swiss master lost his iconic 'RF' logo when he switched from Nike to Uniqlo, but now he wants it back.

  • Cher is 'immature'

    The 72-year-old singer recently reunited with her friend Meryl Streep for the forthcoming musical movie 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' - in which she plays the 69-year-old actress' on-screen mother Ruby Sheridan - and has admitted she was the one pulling all the pranks on set because she's a child at heart. Speaking on Britain's 'Lorraine' on Thursday (19.07.18), Cher said: "I came, I did my best, I had a great time.

  • Could this be the luckiest shot in British Open history?

    Weekend hackers couldn't believe their eyes when Ian Poulter bounced a ball over the water and through a bunker - on the same shot.