ICYMI: This week's entertainment stories

ICYMI: This week's entertainment stories
ICYMI: This week's entertainment stories

It's been a busy week in the world of entertainment - with the Love Actually cast reuniting, New York Week drawing to a close and awards ceremonies aplenty.

Here's a round-up in case you missed anything:

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Dev Patel pulled his best "Aww, shucks" face as he won the Bafta for best supporting actor for his performance in Lion. The actor attended the ceremony at London's Royal Albert Hall

Baftas 2017: As it happened

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Adele won five Grammy awards. Or is that four-and-a-half? She snapped one of them in two while on stage so that she could "share" it with Beyonce, who she said deserved the award more for her album Lemonade.

Grammys mix hip flasks with politics

Image copyright Christopher Polk Image caption Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, John Legend, Ryan Tedder, Neil Diamond, Jennifer Lopez and Jason Derulo joined Grammys host James Corden on stage to recreate the famous Carpool Karaoke feature from his Late Late Show. Image copyright Apple Music Image caption The next day, Corden unveiled the trailer for his new Carpool Karaoke TV series. Ariana Grande, Alicia Keys, John Legend and Metallica will all appear in the 16-part series for Apple Music, as will Will Smith, who is seen conducting a brass band from the sunroof of the car.

Eight things we learned from first Carpool Karaoke trailer

Image copyright Comic Relief Image caption Love Actually stars Liam Neeson and Thomas Brodie-Sangster were seen recreating their famous scene from the 2003 film as they filmed its short sequel Red Nose Day Actually. The 10-minute film will reunite most of the original cast and be broadcast as part of the Comic Relief appeal on BBC One next month.

Love Actually cast to reunite for Comic Relief film

Image copyright Trevor Leighton Image caption Also on the Comic Relief front - Radio 2 DJ Sara Cox announced she would be dancing to eighties music non-stop for 24 hours to raise money for the charity. She follows in the footsteps of Dermot O'Leary, who did the same thing (although with music released in all decades) in 2015. Image caption June Brown was presented with flowers and a birthday cake as she celebrated her 90th. The actress has played Dot Cotton in EastEnders for 32 years.

June Brown - 90 years in 90 seconds

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Indonesian Muslim designer Anniesa Hasibuan unveiled her latest collection at New York Fashion Week, which was notable for the inclusion of hijabs with the outfits.

New York Fashion Week: Six talking points


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