The Week's Top TenThursday 17 July 2014
Here are the top ten showbiz stories that made headlines this week...
Cheryl Cole has officially changed her name to Cheryl Fernandez-Versini following her marriage last week.
Lottie Moss, Kate Moss' younger sister, recreated one of her famous sibling's most well-known Calvin Klein advertising campaigns.
Niall Horan flew back home to Mullingar to join in the celebrations for his nephew Theo, who turned one this week.
Nadia Forde is "lucky to be alive" according to a spokesperson for the model and singer following a serious car crash on one of the UK's busiest motorways.
Boyzone are currently recording From Dublin to Detroit, a collection of their favourite Motown hits.
Writer-director Seth MacFarlane and his company Fuzzy Door Productions are being sued by a California production company over the idea for the foul-mouthed teddy bear in Ted.
Little Mix have hit out at Heat magazine in the UK for quoting a source who claims that Perrie Edwards is feeling "pushed out of the group".
A last-ditch attempt to save the five Croke Park concerts failed on Wednesday night. The process of refunding hundreds-of-thousands of Garth Brooks concert tickets has begun.