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Love Island: Is this the 40k surgery that Megan has had?

Facial cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva, who has not treated Megan, has used his expertise to detail nine different procedures he believes she may have had.

World Cup: Justin Timberlake, Elton John and Stormzy support England

Excitement for Wednesday's England match is reaching fever pitch, and the celebrities were naturally out in force as they prepare to watch the national team.

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Kate Moss looks demure in a black and red dress in London

The supermodel, 44, slipped into a chic knee length black dress with pillar box red detailing around the collar, cuffs and breast pocket.

Britney Spears flaunts her physique as she lands in Washington DC

She's about to take her energetic Vegas show on the road, and Britney flashed her washboard abs and muscular legs as she prepared for the start of her tour.

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Lily James will play devious diva-in-the -making Eve Harrington in a stage adaptation of the Bette Davis classic All About Eve.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Socialite turned actress Cressida Bonas will portray Sheila Caffell, a professional model known as Bambi who was slain along with her parents and twin sons by her brother.

Elle Fanning (right) stars in the title role in the film Mary Shelley, and Douglas Booth (left) plays her lover, poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Thirty years have passed since the Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell comedy Overboard sank not quite without trace, but without leaving too many bubbles either.

It seems like a cosmic joke that Alfred Hitchcock, director of some of the greatest films ever made, is only the second-most celebrated son of Leytonstone, which spawned David Beckham.

KATE MUIR: Full of hard men and military hardware, Sicario: Day Of The Soldado is explosive, with a propulsive plot. But the thriller also throws a stroppy schoolgirl into the criminal mix.

Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter and popstar Rihanna are all in lively form in the escapist treat of Ocean's 8, writes Brian Viner.

People keep popping up to admit they've never seen a Star Wars movie, with as much shame-faced embarrassment as they might confess that they'd never given a penny to charity.

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