Pharrell will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on December 4.
The Happy singer will be the 2,537th star on the landmark and will be situated outside the W Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard.
Ellen Degeneres will be the guest speaker at the event.
Strictly judge Len Goodman will be signing copies of his book Dancing Around Britain at Waterstones in Leadenhall Market on December
5. In the book, Len reminisces, through rare images and golden memories, about Britain’s old ballrooms, classic songs and iconic movie moments.
Glee’s Chris Colfer has signed a new five-book deal for his Land of Stories books.
Colfer launched the series in 2012 and has already released three sequels with another due out next year.
As part of his new deal he’ll write the fifth and final book in the franchise plus some spin-offs before turning his attention to a new Young Adult novel about a young television actor, who is joined by fans on a once-in-a-lifetime cross-country road trip.
Brad Pitt is set to introduce Rihanna at a big fundraising gala in aid of her Clara Lionel Foundation.
Pitt and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel will introduce Rihanna’s performance at the event in Beverly Hills on December 11.
“It is such an honour to have Jimmy Kimmel host this event,” Rihanna said in a statement.
“There is no one more hilarious to make the first annual Diamond Ball an incredible night. I’m blessed by his support. Brad Pitt is not only a phenomenal talent, but I admire him and am inspired by his philanthropic work,” she added.
Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Dan Stephens, Sir Ben Kingsley, Ricky Gervais and Rebel Wilson will walk the red carpet at the UK premiere of Night At The Museum: Secret of the Tomb.
The screening takes place on December 15 in Leicester Square.
The film see’s Stiller’s character Larry travelling the globe to “save the magic before it’s gone forever”.
Jeremy Irvine and Phoebe Fox will attend a screening of the new film The Woman in Black: Angel of Death at the BFI.
The screening takes place on December 11.
The new film is set 40 years after the events of The Woman in Black, with Eel Marsh House acting as a school for children during the Second World War.
Meanwhile Steve Pemberton and Miranda Richardson will be at the BFI on December 10 for the screening of their drama, Mapp and Lucia.
The BBC drama, which is due to be shown over Christmas, also features Anna Chancellor and Mark Gatiss.
Ross Noble has joined the cast of The Producers which will be touring the UK next year.
He’ll be playing Franz Liebkind who writes Springtime for Hitler.
He joins Jason Manford, who’ll be playing Leo Bloom, and Louie Spence who’s been signed up to play Carmen Ghia.
No word yet on who’ll star as Max Bialystock.
The tour begins in Bromley on March 6 and wraps up in Dublin on July 11.
Looks like Disney just won’t Let It Go.
Actress and singer Idina Menzel, who voices Elsa in Frozen, has revealed there are plans for a sequel.
Mendel’s revealed there are plans for a stage musical (which has been rumoured for a while) as well as a sequel to the Oscar-winning musical.
Meanwhile Frozen is back in cinemas now, and on DVD, in a special sing-along version so you can join in with Olaf on In Summer.
Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds is writing his memoirs.
The book will be titled But Enough About Me and Reynolds is expected to share his memories of over 40 years of acting and directing.
It’s due to be published next autumn with the actor coming to the UK to promote it.
Robbie Williams will release a surprise album on Monday – the same day as Take That release their latest album.
Robbie says his new record will be made up of tracks that were meant to have been on various other albums but never quite made it.
Take That debut their latest album as a trio on Monday.