Jessie J made the brave decision to shave her head live on Comic Relief. The Price Tag singer triggered more than 1.5 million messages from Twitter users as she chopped off her long locks to raise money for Red Nose Day.
February was movie month. Disney/Pixar's Brave won in the Best Animation category at the Bafta awards and at the Oscars beating Paranorman and Frankenweenie. The James Bond movie, Skyfall picked up a Bafta for Best British Film. And Ang Lee won best director for Life of Pi at the Oscars.
Justin Bieber had to apologise for appearing on stage late at his O2 arena show in March. Fans booed during their long wait and many had to leave before the show finished to avoid missing their trains home. He told fans on Twitter: "I was 40 min late to stage. There is no excuse for that and I apologise for anyone we upset."
Girls Aloud split up. The announcement was made following the last night of their 10-year celebration tour. A tweet from the band's official account said: "We have now come to the end of our incredible time together."
In April JLS also announced that they were splitting up after five years together. The group, who found fame on The X Factor, told fans that they would go their separate ways following a farewell tour and greatest hits album. "It's just that time. We are still best of friends and always will be - but this is the end," Aston said. "The last five years have been nothing short of incredible," added Marvin.
2013 has been jam packed with glitz and glamour! Here's just a few of the best entertainment stories that left us starry-eyed! Adele kicked off the year by winning a Golden Globe for her theme to the James Bond film Skyfall. The British singer bagged the Best Song gong at the Hollywood ceremony. She went on to win best original song in February at the Oscars, as well as a Grammy for Best Pop Solo award. And to finish off a fantastic year Adele was awarded an MBE for services to music by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.
Emeli Sandé made chart history by setting a new record with her debut album 'Our Version of Events'. It was released way back in February 2012 but was still in the UK's Official Albums Chart Top 10 - 63 weeks later! It means 'Our Version of Events' is the debut album that's spent the most weeks in a row inside the top 10 ever. Emeli also picked up best British female solo artist at the Brits this year.
In May The Saturdays star Rochelle Humes and her husband Marvin Humes from JLS become parents for the first time with the arrival of a baby girl. The singers called their daughter Alaia-Mai. Marvin announced the news of the new arrival on Twitter. He said: "Mum is doing great & baby is amazing. We are both overjoyed."
In June the Northern Irish singer Andrea Begley won The Voice 2013. The partially-sighted 27-year-old from Pomeroy, County Tyrone beat Leah McFall, Matt Henry and Mike Ward to the top spot with her performances of My Immortal, Hall Of Fame and Angel. This was also to be Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue's last series.
In August it was revealed that the actor who will replace Matt Smith in Doctor Who is Peter Capaldi. The 55-year-old from Glasgow is the oldest Doctor since the first, William Hartnell, began it all in 1963. Peter has appeared in Doctor Who before. In 2008 he played a Roman merchant called Caecilius in The Fires of Pompeii. Peter said: "It's so wonderful not to keep this secret any longer. Being asked to play the Doctor is an amazing privilege."
Strictly Come Dancing kicked off in September with 15 celebrities hoping to dance their way to winning the Glitterball Trophy. The show has come down to an all girl final for the first time ever. Abbey Clancy, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Natalie Gumede and Susanna Reid and their professional partners will all perform a routine chosen by the judges and a showdance to see who will be named the Strictly champion 2013.
Sam Bailey was crowned the X Factor winner 2013. The Mum of two and prison officer pulled in a record one million votes to beat Nicholas McDonald in the final at Wembley. Sam's success continued in the charts - selling the most records to claim the Christmas number one spot.
Taylor Swift managed to nab herself two new entries in the 2014 book of Guinness World Records. The 23-year-old American singer earned her place in the famous book for having the fastest selling digital single for We Are Never Getting Back Together. As well as becoming the first solo female with two million-selling weeks on the US album chart, due to the success she enjoyed with the album Red, which was released last year.
Sharon Osbourne returned to the X Factor judging panel after famously quitting the show in 2007. She joined Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh and Nicole Scherzinger to find the UK's top talent. Sharon said: "I can't wait to give Gary Barlow a big hug, sit next to the gorgeous Nicole, and of course throw water on dear Louis!"
Blue Peter said goodbye to Helen Skelton in September. Helen joined the show in summer 2008 an spent five years presenting the world's longest-running children's TV programme. She become famous for her feats of daring and adventure. The 33rd presenter of the show kayaked down the Amazon, walked a tightrope between Battersea Power Station's towers and ran an ultra-marathon through the Namibian desert.
One Direction fans were treated to a film that followed Harry, Niall, Zayn, Liam and Louis behind the scenes on their mega world tour. This Is Us premiered in August and topped both the UK and US box office charts after its opening weekend. The boys later went on to become the first group in American chart history to have their first three albums enter the charts at number one.
In November Busted and McFly teamed up to form 'supergroup' McBusted. The boys first performance as a supergroup was on BBC's Children in Need on Friday and they start their full UK tour next year.
Abbey Clancy and her dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec were crowned champions of Strictly Come Dancing in December 2013. The competition was tough and Abbey had to beat actress Natalie Gumede and newsreader Susanna Reid to lift the glitterball trophy.