Actress January Jones found filming "Mad Men" tough while she was pregnant with her son Xander.
The 35-year-old, who is mother to now 18-month-old Xander, played a character named Betty Francis in the film.
"When we started filming, I was quite pregnant and had to come into work at 3 a.m. each day for six or seven hours of prosthetic make-up," contactmusic.com quoted Jones as saying.
Jones added she was "afraid" of the response to her changing appearance, but found the reaction by fans was even better than she imagined.
Two members of boy band One Direction were barred from playing on slot machines at a motorway services recently.
Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson were barred for not having an identification proof indicating that they are over 18, reports thesun.co.uk.
A woman working as a security guard at WH Smith ousted the duo from the Welcome Break's "games zone", even as a passerby said: "Don't you know who they are?"
The embarassed guard, Ann Fuller, 29, confessed she didn't recognise them, and said:"I was just doing my job."
Pop star Lady Gaga, who recently underwent a hip surgery, is helping a fan who needs to have a similar operation.
The 27-year-old, who underwent emergency surgery for a labral tear in her right hip last month, is funding a fan's trip to meet the same team of surgeons, doctors and specialists who helped her in New York, reports contactmusic.com.
One of her Twitter followers, Emma C, 19, suffers from scoliosis and hip dysplasia. Emma revealed the news online.
Basketball player Kris Humphries did not turn up at a mandatory hearing in court on his divorce from estranged wife Kim Kardashian.
While Humphries was absent, Kardashian arrived at the court wearing a grey tunic paired with white pants and a high ponytail.
The hearing was important before their divorce case proceeds for trial, and both the parties were ordered to be present for the hearing, reports eonline.com.
Despite digitisation in music and films, renowned filmmaker Goutam Ghose feels true music lovers still love listening to gramophone records.
"True music lovers still love records. I regularly hear music on records and I love doing it, because you care about what you possess - as in putting the pin correctly, seeing to it that scratches are kept away, you dust it and then you listen to it," Ghose told IANS here.