ICYMI: This week's entertainment stories


It's been a busy week in the world of entertainment - with the Brit Awards, London Fashion Week and the filming of the Love Actually sequel.

Here's a round-up in case you missed anything:

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Katy Perry was seen riding Full Throttle - the world's second largest vertical loop rollercoaster, trivia fans - in the video to her latest single, Chained to the Rhythm. Set in a futuristic theme park, the video reflects the "purposeful pop" Perry has pledged to create now she's reached the grand old age of 32.
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London Fashion Week continued on Monday with a Burberry catwalk show that took its inspiration from the work of British artist Sir Henry Moore. Penelope Cruz and Heloise Letissier - aka Christine and the Queens - were among the celebrities in attendance.
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Han Solo was back in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon - and so was Chewbacca the Wookiee in the first official photo from the next Star Wars spin-off movie. L to R: Woody Harrelson, Chris Miller, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Alden Ehrenreich, Emilia Clarke, Joonas Suotamo (as Chewbacca), Phil Lord and Donald Glover
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James Corden presented Meryl Streep with a distinguished collaborator prize at the Costume Designers Guild Awards.
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Rowan Atkinson was seen on the set of Red Nose Day Actually, the sequel to 2003's Love Actually which Richard Curtis (left) has written. The 10-minute film will be broadcast on BBC One on 24 March in aid of Comic Relief and sees many of the original cast reprise their original roles.
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The coaches of The Voice UK were seen in a totally authentic and definitely not photoshopped picture of them crossing the famous Abbey Road. They recreated the famous Beatles album cover ahead of the battle rounds this weekend.
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Little Mix won their first Brit Award (best single for Shout Out to my Ex) and we think they were quite happy about it.
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Tamsin Greig was almost unrecognisable as she took to the stage in her latest role in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night as Malvolia (a female version of the character Malvolio).
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Sienna Miller and Jack O'Connell will lead the cast as Maggie and Brick in Benedict Andrews' Young Vic production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, it was announced. It's pretty chilly to be going topless in February so we hope Jack has a duffle coat nearby.
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Mary Berry has said she is "standing by" former fellow judge Paul Hollywood as he continues with The Great British Bake Off in its new Channel 4 home. She told the Radio Times they have their differences but she "admired him a lot". Mary left the show when it was announced it would move from BBC One.
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Tributes were paid to the broadcaster Steve Hewlett following his death at the age of 58. The Media Show presenter, who married his partner Rachel earlier this month after being told he had a short time to live, had movingly shared his experience of coping with cancer with Radio 4 listeners.

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