Entertainment & Arts

Entertainment round-up: 26 March - 1 April

Another busy week in the entertainment world has ended, including Cheryl and Liam becoming proud parents, Gary Barlow bagging a Star Wars role, Professor Brian Cox landing in Postman Pat's Greendale and the Cannes Film Festival kicking off a row about airbrushing.

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

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Image caption Professor Brian Cox got to hang out with Postman Pat when he became a space expert character on the CBeebies cartoon show.
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Image caption One Direction's Liam Payne and former X Factor judge Cheryl announced the arrival of a "beautiful, healthy baby boy".
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Image caption Take That star Gary Barlow revealed his latest venture: A part in the next Star Wars movie.
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Image caption Actress Emma Thompson condemned the pressure on actresses to be thin and how it stopped her moving to LA.
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Image caption David Tennant told us how his latest play, Don Juan, is being constantly tweaked to feature topical jokes.
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Image caption Singer and actress Jane Birkin admitted she now rarely uses the famous handbag that bears her name.
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Image caption Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers will continue to manage the ballots at the Oscars - but there is to be no more tweeting backstage.
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Image caption Sue Perkins said she was "beyond chuffed" to be hosting the Bafta TV Awards next month in Graham Norton's Eurovision-enforced absence.
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Image caption A private funeral for George Michael took place at London's Highgate Cemetery, three months on from his sudden death on Christmas Day.
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Image caption And the Cannes Film Festival caused beaucoup outrage by airbrushing the photo of Italian actress Claudia Cardinale that appears on this year's poster.

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