Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx attend UNICEF gala in Capri, Italy
While Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx have both been massive Hollywood stars for decades, they've also been known for their philanthropy and activism. And over the weekend the two actors were among the high-profile people to attend the charity gala LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF at La Certosa di San Giacomo in Capri, Italy. For this year's event, Jennifer Lopez hit the stage to perform an exclusive concert under the stars to help raise funds for war-stricken Ukraine.
James Bay was hard on himself for not being as big as Ed Sheeran when he supported the Grammy winner. © Provided by BANG Showbiz James Bay
The 'Let It Go' hitmaker - who has opened up about struggling with anxiety and impostor syndrome - was the opening act on the 'Bad Habits' hitmaker 2019 stadium run, and James admits the "really disproportionate" comparison was "unhealthy".
He told the 'Diary Of A CEO' podcast: “It is really disproportionate and probably unhealthy when I think, ‘OK, Ed Sheeran has invited me to open for him in football stadiums around Europe for three months and there are 80,000 people every night. Wow’.
Nathan Lyon, Tim Paine and wives come home after Pat Cummins' wedding
Nathan, 34, and Tim, 37, landed at Sydney's Domestic Airport on Sunday along with their respective wives Emma and Bonnie.The foursome landed at Sydney's Domestic Airport on Sunday.
“And the bit I hate to admit – and I’m anxious to confess – is that there is a voice in my head saying, ‘Why aren’t you doing the stadiums?’ I call myself all sorts of names. ‘Why isn’t it your show?’ ”
Nevertheless, the 31-year-old star - who shot to fame in 2014 with the hit 'Hold Back The River' - was grateful to the flame-haired pop megastar, who is the same age as him, for giving him the chance to perform to the masses.
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The 20-year-old pop star made history with her performance on the Pyramid Stage on Friday (24.06.22) as she became the youngest ever solo artist singer to fill the slot. She was also joined by her brother and songwriting partner Finneas O'Connell at various moments in her set. After wowing the crowds with her biggest hits such as 'bad guy' and 'Happier than Ever', Billie used her slot to express her dismay that Supreme Court’s reversal of 1973’s landmark Roe v Wade ruling, which is now set to outlaw abortion for millions of women in the US. She said: "It's a dark day. I’m just going to say that, because I can’t say anything else now." But the 'Ocean Eyes' hitmaker was quick to reinvigorate the mood amongst her fans and told them to "scream" their worries away. She said: "So here’s what I want you to do – whatever’s going on in your mind, something you’re wasting time worrying about, something you can’t just get out of your head – I want you to flail around, and scream and stomp. “I want you to feel loose and free."
The indie rock band are enjoying an incredible 2022 thanks to their hit debut single 'Chaise Longue', which became a viral sensation in 2021. And they showed why they are the band of the moment when they took to the Park Stage for a short but stunning set on Friday afternoon, bringing with them banana-shaped balloons and bubbles as they performed tracks like 'Being in Love' and 'Obvious' from their chart-topping eponymous debut album. During their performance of 'Ur Mum', Rihan Teasdale unleased her signature scream on the crowd. She said: "Okay, I've been practicing my longest and loudest scream!"
The 'Paradise' hitmaker made a surprise appearance on the John Peel stage on Sunday afternoon, following on from other pop stars such as Charli XCX and Clairo. He told the pleasantly surprised crowd: "This is my favourite festival, and I’ve been here many times. I hate to admit, however, that I’m a very jealous man; all of my friends have been sharing pictures of their festival weekend with me, and I only got here today." During his one-hour slot, the 29-year-old musician performed comeback hit 'Anyone For You (Tiger Lily)' as well as 'Listen To The Man' and a string of other crowd pleasers.
The forer Oasis star played the Pyramid Stage before headliner Sir Paul McCartney and opened his slot with his solo material, which included 'Holy Mountain, 'It's A Beautiful World' and 'She Taught Me How to Fly'. Noel joked that the crowd had only come to see him to hear the hits from his heyday in Oasis with his estranged brother Liam. He said: "Yes Glastonbury! I trust everyone is alright. "What’s gonna happen now is I’m gonna play a few more tunes that you don’t give a f*** about. “Those ones are for me. "But if you stick around for a bit, after that there’s gonna be a lot of happy people in bucket hats!" Noel, 55, then closed out his set with a host of Oasis classics, including 'Little By Little', 'Whatever', 'Wonderwall' and 'Half The World Away', all of which prompted a mass singalong. He closed the show with career-defining hit 'Don't Look Back in Anger'.
Megan Thee Stallion
The rapper stormed the stage for an astonishing headline set on the Other Stage on Saturday night. Megan treated fans to tracks such as 'Sweetest Pie', 'Cry Baby' and 'Hot Girl Summer'. The Texas native also took a moment to hit out at the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v Wade ruling, which has left millions of women in the US without access to a legal and safe right to have an abortion. She said: "Texas really embarrassing me right now, y'all. The hot girls and hot boys do not support this ... My body, my choice!"
Following on from Billie Eilish on the Friday and Sir Paul McCartney on the Saturday, the rap star headlined the Pyramid Stage on Sunday. During his set Kendrick performed politically charged songs 'Alright' and ' Humble'. The rapper closed out his set with a performance of 'Saviour', which explores political correctness and the Black Lives Matter movement. Following the overturning of the landmark Roe v Wade ruling - which has left millions of American women without legal access to abortions - he modified the end lyrics to include the words "Godspeed women's rights".
Sam took to the Pyramid Stage on Friday just before Billie Eilish as a replacement for 'Woman' hitmaker Doja Cat, who had pulled out so she could undergo tonsil surgery. The performance marked his debut at the festival after he had to pull out in 2019 due to illness. Sam wowed the crowd with tracks from his chart-topping second album 'Seventeen Going Under'. Sam was excited to get to experience Glastonbury for the first time. He told the crowd: "Me and the boys have never been here before, never been here as punters, never played before and now we’re doing it all in one day."
Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen
The 'drivers licence' hitmaker was performing on the Other Stage on Saturday nigh when she welcomed British pop star Lily Allen onto the stage for a surprise performance. After admitting that she was "devastated and terrified" after the Supreme Court terminated the constitutional right to abortion, the two singers joined forces for a crowd pleasing performance of Lily's provocative 2008 hit 'F*** You' in response to the ruling. As Lily was seen waving her middle fingers around in protest, Olivia said: "I’m devastated and terrified. So many women and so many girls are going to die because of this. I wanted to dedicate this next song to the five members of the Supreme Court who have showed us that at the end of the day, they truly don’t give a s*** about freedom. The song is for the justices: Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh. We hate you! We hate you!"
Just before rock band The Libertines kicked off proceedings on the Other Stage on Friday morning, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a surprise appearance via video link as he asked for support for his country as it continues to battle the Russian invasion. In the pre-recorded message, he said: "We will not let Russia's war stop us. That is why we turn to you for support. I ask you to share this video with everyone whose freedom is under attack. Help Ukrainians who are forced to flee their homes by putting pressure on politicians. The more people who join us in defending freedom and the truth, the sooner Russia's war will end."
He added: “I was very thankful in that moment that Ed brought me in front of such big crowds because it was exciting to see that my music was still reaching.”
Inside Pat Cummins and Becky Boston's lavish Byron Bay wedding
Glamorous cricket couple Becky Boston and Pat Cummins tied the knot in a lavish wedding in Byron Bay on Friday. And now the pair have released the first official photograph from their big day, which was held in a French-inspired chateau. In the image, Becky, 31, stuns in a strapless white gown while Pat, 29, looks dapper in a suit from Dior, with similar suits from the brand retailing for approximately $4,900.
Ed rose to prominence a few years before James in 2011 and has sold more than 150 million records worldwide, making him one of the world's best-selling musicians.
The Hitchin-born star just released his third studio album, 'Leap', while Ed dropped his fifth record, '=', last October.
James previously confessed to having a difficult time on Ed's tour.
He shared: "To be really f****** honest with you, I lost myself a bit.
"I’m going back to 2019, I was rolling around the world, I got invited on tour with Ed Sheeran and I was having a nice time on the surface.
"But inside I felt weird and I did some writing and it was all a bit of a blur.
"When I was feeling weird I was feeling lonely and I felt like I couldn’t connect with anybody. It’s a difficult thing."
Luke Hemsworth reveals what life is like with brothers Liam and Chris .
Luke Hemsworth has revealed what it's really like to have Liam and Chris as his younger brothers. The eldest of the Hollywood hunks, 41, said he wouldn't dare to compete with them as actors.'They might compete together because they're both six foot four and knock down gorgeous,' he told Men's Health Australia. 'But it's fun to be supportive.' © Provided by Daily Mail Actor Luke Hemsworth, 41, (right) opened up on Sunday about what it was really like to have the likes of Liam, 32, (left) and Chris, 39, (centre) as his younger brothers He continued: 'It's fun to learn lines with them.