Whoopi Goldberg and Jennifer Saunders are leading the cast of a revival of the stage musical version of Sister Act.
Here’s a rundown of who you can expect to see take to the stage at the Oscars on February 24th.
This year’s show doesn’t have a host, so it’s likely to have even more celebs on stage than usual.
Bryan Cranston, Paul McCartney, Judi Dench, Brian May, Henry Cavill, Whoopi Goldberg, Jack Black and Steve Martin and more have recorded a musical video alongside the stars of London’s West End.
The Hero – A West End & Friends Tribute pays thanks servicemen and women around the world and is raising money for the UK charity, Help For Heroes.
It’s less than a week until the 71st Tony Awards in New York.
The annual event, this year hosted by Kevin Spacey, honours the best in theatre.
Angie Greaves and I have lots to discuss in the latest edition of That’s A Wrap!
This week we’re covering everything from Hollywood’s favourite female character to Wesley Snipes’ debut novel to a host of comedians taking to the London stage for charity.
Whoopi Goldeberg will make her UK stand up debut in February.
Whoopi Goldberg, Guy Pearce, Rosie O’Donnell, Rachel Griffiths, David Hyde Pierce and Mary-Louise Parker all feature in the first trailer for upcoming ABC miniseries, When We Rise.
We’re back with a brand new podcast covering all the latest entertainment news.
Want to know which celebs will be joining host Chris Rock on stage at this year’s Oscars?
Here’s the latest confirmed list…