Barefaced beauties in Pirelli Calendar
The makers of Pirelli's 2017 calendar, known for its tasteful photos of nude or scantily dressed young women, have broken tradition for their next issue by featuring a mostly older cast with minimal make-up.
German photographer Peter Lindbergh, 72, wanted zero retouching "to convey a different kind of beauty".
He focuses mostly on faces - wrinkles and all.
Australian actress Nicole Kidman, 49, said she was happy Lindbergh had allowed the women to be their age.
"The voice of actresses is getting stronger," she said.
Taylor Swift to have own TV channel
Taylor Swift, 26, will soon have her own television channel.
Variety magazine reported that the Taylor Swift Now channel will feature music videos, concert performances, behind-the-scenes footage and more from the Swift archives.
The exclusive content will be presented over the course of 13 chapters, a nod to Swift's lucky number.
The channel is part of a deal the Style singer struck with AT&T and DirecTV.
Under the deal, the US Grammy winner will also perform at DirecTV's pre-Super Bowl concert in February.
The US telecommunications company also teamed up with US actress Reese Witherspoon, 40, who will launch a video-on-demand channel on the new streaming service called Hello Sunshine.
Clinton surprises Katy Perry at ball
Mrs Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance to introduce Katy Perry, a Unicef Goodwill Ambassador, at the Unicef Snowflake Ball in New York last night.
Perry, 32, was honoured with the organisation's Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award.
Mrs Clinton said: "We need champions like Katy now more than ever: her passion, her energy and, yes, her voice, louder than a lion."
Oscar winner gives students a lift home
US actor Matthew McConaughey, 47, played chauffeur to University of Texas students.
He was taking part in the university's Sure Walk programme, which offers free rides to students heading home after a late night.
He was at his alma mater to watch an American football match. Afterwards, he drove a golf cart to give students a lift home.