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Last updated: 02:06 BST, 22 August 2019
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Miley Cyrus is 'disappointed' that Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce

Her estranged husband Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce on Wednesday in Los Angeles. And Miley Cyrus is 'disappointed' that he filed, according to People.

Quentin Tarantino, 56, and wife Daniella expecting first child... nine months after

The newlyweds said in a statement to People on Wednesday: 'Daniella and Quentin Tarantino are very delighted to announce that they are expecting a baby.'

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Kylie Jenner puts her incredible curves on display in a silky cream crop top and matching

The 22-year-old makeup mogul flaunted her trim waistline in a silky crop top with a matching mini skirt for a night on the town with her girl gang.

   

GOSSIP - DIRECT FROM LA

Kristin Scott Thomas, acclaimed star of stage and screen, told me she is 'so excited' to be playing Phedre, the feverish Athenian queen who lusts after her stepson, at the National Theatre.

Rosalyn Wilder, production assistant for Robert Nesbitt, was charged with holding the hand of Judy Garland during a five-week engagement at London's Talk Of The Town nightclub in 1968.

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Florence Pugh was fit and fight-ready the moment she stepped on the set of Black Widow after undergoing some extensive fight training in preparation for the role.

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Thousands of computer analysts have been hired to apply 'digital fur' to actors playing pussycats in the big-screen version of Cats. Pictured: Jennifer Hudson in London.

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold is the live action film that brings the animated TV series to life. Here it is reviewed by Brian Viner along with Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood and Good Boys.

BRIAN VINER: The plot unfolds in its cumbersome way with Brixton trying to unleash genocidal havoc on humankind, and Hobbs, Shaw and Hattie doing their best to stop him.

BRIAN VINER: The roaring success and enduring pleasures of Disney's 1994 animation The Lion King might make you wonder why they should bother with a live-action remake.

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