It's been another busy week in the world of entertainment, from George and Amal Clooney welcoming beautiful twins, Graham Norton threatening to cut back on the chat, and Ed Sheeran making his Carpool Karaoke debut.

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

George Clooney and his wife Amal have welcomed twins into the world - a little girl called Ella and a bouncing baby boy called Alexander.
Two decades after he hosted his first chat show on Channel 4, Graham Norton has said that he'd like to cut back on the number of talk shows he does every year for the BBC.
Stars of the stage and screen joined family and friends to pay tribute to Ronnie Corbett at a moving service at Westminster Abbey in London on Wednesday.
Glenne Headly, star of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Dick Tracy, died aged 63 on June 8.
Harry Styles is to make his solo Irish debut with a show at Dublin's 3Arena next April.
Ed Sheeran and James Corden proved themselves to be quite the double act on the latest Carpool Karaoke with wandering hands and classy singalongs.
As Kanye West celebrated the big 4-0, we rounded up some of his most dramatic moments, including his infamous Taylor Swift stage crash and hailing himself the Steve Jobs of the internet.
Be still our beating hearts. Niall Horan has confirmed that his debut solo album, which he is yet to name, will be out later this year.
Ruth Negga has dismissed Samuel L Jackson's claim that directors cast black British actors because they’re "cheaper" than their American counterparts.
Irish actor Simon Delaney made his debut on Coronation Street on Friday and viewers were beyond delighted.