David Beckham says farewell to LA Galaxy
Watch video preview of this weekend's Heineken Cup with Brent Pope, Tony Ward and Mario Rosenstock
BRENT POPE believes Connacht face an uphill battle to achieve their mission improbable this weekend, but the New Zealander urged the Westerners to believe they can beat Toulouse again.
Neil Lennon lashes out at 'weak' players
Those who feel Celtic have gone backwards since their Champions League heroics last year were offered further substance by the manner of their severe chastisement in the Nou Camp.
Arsenal slip up to leave big guns on horizon
Arsenal have survived the supposed Champions League 'group of death' but defeat in Naples last night may ultimately still represent a fatal wound.
Swans set to offer Shay Given route back to big time
Swansea City's manager Michael Laudrup has placed former Irish international Shay Given on a three-man shortlist to step in as an emergency short-term replacement for the club's injured goalkeeper Michel Vorm.
Connolly vows to keep performing
Billy Connolly has vowed to carry on performing after being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
Jackson: Tintin comes after Hobbit
Peter Jackson has revealed that he will start working on the Tintin sequel, once his Hobbit films are completed.
Downton to defend SAG award crown
Downton Abbey will return to defend its crown for best TV drama at the 20th Screen Actors Guild awards.
McAvoy: I'll be back for X-Men 3
James McAvoy has confirmed that he will return for the third X-Men film.
Ellen DeGeneres denies marriage is in crisis
Ellen DeGeneres has slammed tabloid rumours that her marriage to Portia de Rossi is in trouble.
Pegg gets Anything with Pythons
Simon Pegg is set to star in the Monty Pythons' new film, Absolutely Anything.
Baby one more time: Britney's ex K Fed expecting his sixth child
Britney Spears’ ex-husband Kevin Federline is expecting another baby.
Demi Moore 'sells engagement ring'
Demi Moore has reportedly secretly sold the engagement ring Ashton Kutcher gave her.
Lewis makes apology to McKellen
Damian Lewis has apologised to Sir Ian McKellen after saying he did not want to end up a "fruity actor" who is known for playing wizards.
Peaches Geldof claims hand in selfie belongs to the ghost of suicide girl
A peculiar hand appearing beside Peaches Geldof as she took a picture with her son is a ghost, the mum claimed.