In a packed week of news, Pixar announced a release date for its Finding Nemo sequel, Heidi Klum recalled how a holiday almost turned into a nightmare and Magic Johnson reacted to his son's coming out.
Nemo's Back! Great news this week for fans of Finding Nemo, Pixar's smash-hit animation featuring the voices of and Albert Brooks. Yep, you guessed it, a sequel has been announced and will hit cinemas in 2015. 'Finding Dory' will focus on DeGeneres' character, though Pixar promises plenty of new faces!
Klum's Close Call: Sticking on the subject of the ocean, it was a close call for Heidi Klum in Hawaii this week when son Henry was dragged into a dangerous riptide. Luckily, the youngster is a strong swimmer and managed to claw his way back onto dry land. Phew!
That's Magic! It was great to hear NBA legend Magic Johnson publically supporting his son Earvin Johnson III after he came out as gay over the weekend. Too often is coming out regarded as taboo in the sporting world, though Magic - the biggest star of the them all - is helping to change that.
No Glee For Cory: Surprising news from Glee towers this week, with Cory Monteith heading to rehabilitation for substance addiction. No word on the substance yet, though we wish the young actor the best of luck in his rehabilitation.
Diana, In Drag? Heard the one about Princess Diana dressed in drag, at the gay nightclub, with Freddie Mercury, Kenny Everett and Cleo Rocos? No, us neither, but according to the new autobiography from Rocos.it really happened, one night in 1988. Do we believe her?
Gentleman Style! We're not sure if this is such great news, but anyhow, Psy's back! The South-Korean pop-star will perform new track 'Gentleman' at a huge show in Seoul, and he's hinted there may be a unique dance to go with it!
Headmistress, Jolie: Ok, so she's not the headmistress, but Angelina Jolie is doing all she can to improve the education situation in Afghanistan, opening an all-girl's primary school just outside of Kabul with profits from her exclusive jewellery range with Robert Procop. Angie even has plans for more institutions for underprivileged children.
The Real Ring: Ever wanted to see the real 'ring' that inspired JRR Tolkien to pen his seminal Lord of the Rings novels? Well, the piece of jewellery, dug up by a farmer in 1785 is now on exhibition at The Vyne in Hampshire, owned by the National Trust. Go check it out.
New Direction? Reports in the UK this week suggest Harry Styles could be planning a solo career, after a pal blabbed that he'd be working in the studio with - you guessed it - Ed Sheeran. It would certainly make sense for Harry to forge his own career, though surely there's life in the One Direction machine yet?
Video of the Week: Fresh from explaining what REALLY happened between him and Alec Baldwin during the Orphans rehearsals in New York, Shia LaBeouf showed up for the Late Show with David Letterman sporting a rather unusual foot support?