London: Last News


All news where London is mentioned
Maura Higgins’ excellent hair transformation unveiled at Creed III premiere
Maura Higgins stunned on the red carpet on Wednesday night as she debuted her new lid, which we absolutely love.The Love Island star, 32, took to Cineworld Leicester Square’s premiere of Creed III to debut her new short, choppy bob, which replaces the long locks we’ve always known the star to rock.As well as going wild with the length, the model also added in a cute fringe to complete the look.The dark bob perfectly complemented Maura’s choice of little black dress, which boasted an edgy twist with a very low cut back.Maura completed the look with some smouldering eye makeup and a chunky golden necklace.In short: she looked incredible.Kiss goodbye to your social life as Love Island is back for its Winter 2023 series.Get all the latest Love Island updates on's dedicated page.To get the latest news from the capital, visit's dedicated page.Also posing for red carpet snaps at the event was former Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, 43, who dazzled in a bold red mini-dress, reminiscent of the crimson Rihanna recently took to the Super Bowl stage.Another gal who chose to go all out in red was Love Islander Danica Taylor, 21, who looked fabulous in a low-neck strapless dress and some killer heels.Other Love Island stars in attendance were Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page, who opted for more casual looks.The boxing movie stars Jonathan Majors, Michael B Jordan and Tessa Thompson, who looked the picture of happiness at the premiere.The latter two actors have played love interests Adonis ‘Donnie’ Creed and Bianca Taylor over the past few Creed films, and looked to have great chemistry off-screen too, as they hugged and laughed together on the red carpet.Michael directed the film, while also starring as the
Eventim Apollo evacuated during Iranian singer Dariush’s concert after threat called in in a statement: ‘At 20:06hrs on Sunday, 9 October police received an anonymous call making a threat towards a music venue which officers subsequently determined was likely to be the Eventim Apollo in Queen Caroline Street, W6.‘There was nothing to indicate that the threat made was genuine but at 20:21hrs officers attended the venue to speak to security staff and to determine whether they were aware of anything suspicious or otherwise of concern.‘Nothing of suspicion had been brought to the attention of staff but at around 20:40hrs, the venue management took the decision to evacuate as a precaution.‘Officers are on scene to provide reassurance and to ensure the safe departure of those who have now left the building.‘There are no reports of any injuries and no items of suspicion have been found.’After thousands left the building, demonstrations started outside, with it being reported that people were protesting against the Iranian regime and chanting slogans including ‘woman, life, liberty.’One attendee shared a video, writing on Twitter: ‘Dariush – Acclaimed Iranian singer’s concert at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith interrupted and cancelled. Angry protest taking place outside now, condemning Iran’s rulers.’Another added: ‘Eventim Apollo locked off cause of this “scare” Protests continue outside.’Parents in court accused of murdering their 11-week-old daughterDermot O'Leary beams as he completes Royal Parks Half MarathonLeomie Anderson says she was 'racially profiled' at restaurant and banned from returningDariush, 71, is known for songs including Don’t Tell Me You Love Me.
Ozzy Osbourne makes rare appearance in London with wife Sharon and daughter Kelly after ‘major operation’
London, after a series of health issues.The Black Sabbath frontman has kept a low profile recently after undergoing an operation in June that would ‘determine his life’.The 73-year-old recently said that it was a ‘slow climb back’ after the surgery.He was pictured making his way into a hotel in the capital on a getaway with the Talk host and their daughter, Kelly Osbourne, who is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sid Wilson.The rocker kept his head down as he walked into the venue, with the mom-to-be following suit – noticeable by her incredible lilac locks.Sharon flashed a smile before joining her family, sporting her trademark red hairdo and giant sunglasses for the day.She recently opened up about her partner’s health, explaining in June that he was due to go under the knife.Speaking on the Talk, she told guest star Vanessa Feltz that she would be by his side in hospital for the operation, which comes after he continued to battle other medical issues.‘He has a very major operation on Monday and I have to be there,’ she said at the time.’It’s really going to determine the rest of his life.’Ozzy was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2003, but only revealed he had the condition in January, 2020.He also suffered a fall at home in 2019, which aggravated injuries from a 2003 quad bike accident.Discussing his health in a candid chat at Comic-Con last month, after being diagnosed with Covid-19, he spoke of getting out of the house and traveling to San Diego for the event.‘I like to see people,’ he told Entertainment Tonight. ‘That’s been the hardest thing of the past three years, because I’ve been trying to recover from my surgery. ‘I’m getting there.
Savage WhatsApp messages that exposed Rebekah Vardy's libel claim in Wagatha hearing
Rebekah Vardy was accused of leaking information from Coleen Rooney’s private Instagram account to the press in October 2019.The WAG, 40, took legal action against Rooney, 36, in May for libel but today, Vardy lost the case at the High Court of Justice in London. In her judgment today, Mrs Justice Steyn wrote: "I have found that Ms Vardy was party to the disclosure to The Sun of the Marriage, Birthday, Halloween, Pyjamas, Car Crash, Gender Selection, Babysitting and Flooded Basement Posts."It is likely that Ms Watt undertook the direct act, in relation to each post, of passing the information to a journalist at The Sun."Nonetheless, the evidence analysed above clearly shows, in my view, that Ms Vardy knew of and condoned this behaviour, actively engaging in it by directing Ms Watt to the Private Instagram Account, sending her screenshots of Ms Rooney’s posts, drawing attention to items of potential interest to the press, and answering additional queries raised by the press via Ms Watt."We look back at nine key exchanges between Rebekah Vardy and her agent Caroline Watt.Giving evidence, Vardy was asked about the so-called ‘Photoshop girl’ conversation with Caroline where they discuss edited photos.An image appears to have been sent to Caroline by Vardy, but the trial heard that, due to issues with uploading Whatsapp data, all the image files have been lost.Vardy says to Watt that the pictures “made her fume” as the editing software Photoshop can make you look “five sizes smaller”.Giving evidence, Vardy said that, when she told Caroline to “leak a story”, she was talking about a report on “body positivity”.The court saw messages between Vardy and Caroline in which they discuss Jamie Vardy’s former Leicester City team mate
Homes Under The Hammer's Martin Roberts rages over Paddington Bear statue being moved
Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts has taken to social media to express his fury after the Paddington Bear statue was moved when the Central London station incorporated the Elizabeth line.Speaking in a video shared with his 21,000 followers, Martin raged over the “rubbishy” location chosen for the statue.The TV star called on his fans to help him get the statue moved back to its previously historically relevant place inside the station.Filming himself in a busy Paddington Station, Martin said: “I’m just at Paddington station and there’s something really important that I need your help to sort out.“Paddington Bear, as you know, was discovered by Mr and Mrs Brown in Paddington station.“And for years, there has been a Paddington statue underneath the clock over there, where Paddington was first found.“When they opened the Elizabeth line, they decided - in some mad idea - that they would move Paddington to here - in this rubbishy little area, away from everybody.”Martin continued: “So, I don’t know who made this decision.“I know there are bigger problems in the world, right? But I think this is rubbish.“And so, help me complain to get Paddington moved back to where he should be, which is over there by the clock, which is where he was found.”In the caption, Martin wrote: “I know there are more important issues in the world…but …The Paddington Bear statue at Paddington station has been moved to a TERRIBLE location.“Can you help me get it moved back to where Paddington was first found by Mr & Mrs Brown? #movepaddingtonbear @paddingtonbear @gwruk”Other social media users threw their support behind Martin as they took to the post’s comments section to share their outrage over the decision.Stilla1408 said: “That is