It's been another busy week in the world of entertainment. Having vowed never to work with the BBC again, John Cleese is to star in his first BBC sitcom since 1979, Russia withdrew from this year's Eurovision, and Ed Sheeran tore the house down in Dublin.

Here's a round-up of some things you might have missed:

US Prosecutors have said there are no plans to charge One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson over an alleged attack on a photographer at Los Angeles International Airport.
Hell freezes over as John Cleese is set to star in his first BBC One sitcom since Fawlty Towers ceased trading in 1979, having vowed never to work with the BBC again.
Ed Sheeran has said that Saoirse Ronan stars as the Galway Girl in his new video, and has described working with the Oscar-nominated Brooklynstar as "phenomenal"
Russia officially withdrew from next month's Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv following a dramatic month of crisis talks about whether its singer, Yuliya Samoylova, could perform in the annual competition. 
Comedian Charlie Murphy, the brother of Eddie Murphy, had died following a battle with leukemia on Wednesday (April 12), aged 57.
Ed Sheeran tore the house down as he performed two sold-out gigs in Dublin, as well as taking in Dublin during his time here, appearing in Whelans, and co-hosting on 2fm
The first trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has arrived and Skellig Michael in Kerry takes centre stage once again as exiled Luke Skywalker reveals that he's in no mood to rejoin the rebellion against the resurgent First Order.