Lisa Marie Presley died aged 54, following a cardiac arrest, just days after she was interviewed and attended the 2023 Golden Globes ceremony, in support of the 2022 biopic, Elvis. The only child of Elvis spoke to one US publication with the singer appearing to slur her words as she responded to the questions.
Lisa was interviewed on the red carpet alongside her friend Jerry Schilling by Extra host Billy Bush.
In the clip, Lisa turned to her friend for support as she said: “I’m going to grab your arm.”
Iconic musician David Crosby has died at the age of 81, DailyMail.com has confirmed.
The member of the bands the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash died Thursday ‘after a long illness,’ his wife Jan Dance told Variety.
It is with great sadness after a long illness, that our beloved David (Croz) Crosby has passed away,’ she said in the statement. ‘He was lovingly surrounded by his wife and soulmate Jan and son Django. Although he is no longer here with us, his humanity and kind soul will continue to guide and inspire us.’
Kim Kardashian has purchased an iconic cross necklace previously worn by Princess Diana for $197,000.
The reality star, 42, bought the beloved purple amethyst-and-diamond-encrusted Attallah cross pendant during an auction held by Sotheby’s on Wednesday. The UK-based company confirmed the sale to DailyMail.com.
A source close to the SKIMS founder revealed that Kim is ‘honored to be able to own a fine piece of jewelry once worn by the late princess’ and to add to her growing collection of historic memorabilia worn by ‘strong, iconic women who have inspired Kim.’
‘Diana was a woman of incredible style, beauty, and grace. Kim is honored to be able to own a fine piece of jewelry once worn by the late princess,’ the insider told DailyMail.com.
James Martin warned viewers why they shouldn’t be storing eggs in the fridge during his This Morning cooking segment on Wednesday.
The TV chef, 50, made his stance on the long-debated question clear as he explained that the food will ‘absorb the flavours’ of everything else in the fridge.
Chatting to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, he explained: ‘All eggs are porous’.
Appearing on the daytime TV show, James was baking Victoria Sponge cakes and decided to make two different cakes to show the difference between hen and duck eggs.
Explaining that the final result was also down to the ‘quality of eggs’, he had one more top tips to share.
He explained to viewers that eggs should ‘never be stored in the fridge’ as they are porous, advising the cupboard instead.
Continuing that if they are, they absorb all the flavours from the fridge due to the texture of the shell.
Melanie Cable-Alexander says her ‘affair’ with Lord Snowden, ex-husband of the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret, saw her labelled a ‘harlot’ and a ‘gold digger’
She says best way to protect her son was to shut up until public interest died
Mum says she is astonished and concerned about Spare, Prince Harry’s memoir
The head of ITV has said there is ‘no place on the channel’ for Jeremy Clarkson’s views about Meghan Markle.
Carlyn McCall, who is CEO of the firm, stuck the boot into the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host as the channel weighs up whether to renew his contract.
In a letter to MP John Nicolson, the 61-year-old said his views are ‘in no way endorsed by ITV’, adding that his role as host of the show ‘does not provide a platform for his opinions’.
The TV personality is already counting the cost of his views, amid reports that Amazon will no longer produce his shows Clarkson’s Farm and The Grand Tour from next year.
Julian Sands, the British star of Oscar-nominated films including A Room With A View, has been missing for almost a week in an ‘extremely dangerous’ Californian mountain range where two hikers have died in recent weeks, police have revealed.
Sands, 65, was reported missing by his family at around 7.30pm on Friday after disappearing during a trek in the Mount Baldy area of California’s San Gabriel Mountains – where two hikers have died in recent weeks.
Officers attempted a ground search on Saturday for the star but had to abandon it as a storm swept in, and it has not bee safe enough to restart it since.
A separate search is also ongoing for another hiker, California resident Bob Gregory, in the Crystal Lake area of the mountain range.
A spokesperson for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said: ‘On Friday at about 7.30pm, a hiker identified as 65-year-old Julian Sands of North Hollywood, was reported missing in the Baldy Bowl area of Mt. Baldy.
New polling shows there are no winners in the devastating fallout from the release of Prince Harry’s memoir Spare, with the Prince and Princess of Wales seeing the biggest loss.
The figures suggest less than a quarter of Britons hold a favourable view of Prince Harry – but the royal who has suffered most in public opinion since the furore began is his elder brother Prince William.
The heir to the throne saw his popularity backslide by eight percentage points since December 22, with his wife coming in close behind and tying with Prince Harry at a loss of seven points. Meghan Markle’s rating also dropped.
It also emerged that less than a quarter of those polled (23 percent) said they planned to read Prince Harry’s bombshell new memoirs – which has become the fastest selling non-fiction book ever after selling 750,000 copies in the UK.
Although 60 percent of those polled by Ipsos Mori said they held favourable views of the Prince and Princess of Wales, it is a worrying sign for a monarchy which has become embroiled in an extremely public, and dirty family feud.
Older respondents, aged between 55-75, showed a more favourable view of Prince William than those aged between 18-34, the poll found.
All the members of the royal family were found to be less popular in recent days than they had been in December, except for the Queen Consort, whose popularity rating did not change.
Prince William remains the most popular member of the royal family with a positive rating of 61 percent, while Kate and Princess Anne tie for second on 60 percent.
Having courted famous and beautiful women including The Voice presenter Emma Willis, Girls Aloud’s late singer Sarah Harding and actress Sadie Frost, TV presenter Alex Zane finally settled down last summer with trendy artist Nettie Wakefield.
I hear that the couple have, however, already split up, scarcely five months after their wedding celebrations in London.
‘At the end of last year we decided to separate,’ confirms Zane, 43, who proposed to Nettie, 35, in 2018, after a ‘whirlwind year-long romance’.
He explains: ‘We leave each other in the best way possible for two people who have shared incredible experiences, full of love and laughter and as many happy memories as two people can make in that time.
‘We remain best friends despite making the decision to go our separate ways. Our friends and family have been very supportive through this period, and we appreciate all the help we’ve received.’
The Yorkshireman adds: ‘Obviously, leaving behind a relationship is never easy, but we move forward knowing we have the other to rely on.
Alec Baldwin has come under fire for his first Instagram post since news that he will be charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter.
Just days after prosecutors revealed plans to hold him responsible for the accidental killing of Halyna Hutchins in October 2021, the actor, 64, left followers perplexed over his latest Instagram caption.
Under a sweet photo of his son holding his mother’s shoulders as they sat on their living room floor, the Golden Globe winner sent trolls into a frenzy as he suggested his little boy was pulling ‘the old let me give you a back rub ploy’ on mom Hilaria Baldwin.
The public post came just hours after Boston-born Hilaria was ridiculed for slipping into an ‘offensive’ Spanish accent while asking photographers to leave her kids alone in wake of Alec’s charge.