(CNN)A new group of stars will be getting stars. The Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2018 was announced Thursday with inductees from the fields of music, movies, TV, radio and live theater. The 12 celebrities to be honored from the television industry include the late Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin, Anthony Anderson, Gillian Anderson, Lynda Carter, Simon Cowell, Taraji P. Henson, Eric McCormack, Ryan Murphy, Niecy Nash, Mandy Patinkin, Shonda Rhimes and RuPaul.
Revellers at the first ever Glastonbury in 1970 each got a free pint of milk. Nearly 50 years on, it's still delivered direct to people's tents - but it costs £1.20 a pint. Much of the milk comes from the Eavis's own cows; and providing a link between the festival and Worthy Farm's real business. Greg Newman has been volunteering on the milk float for 12 years. He took the BBC on one of his rounds. Video journalist: Sophie Van Brugen
Soul singer Kenny Thomas has spoken of his efforts to raise funds so his four-year-old daughter can receive alternative treatment for a brain tumour. Thomas started an online appeal after his daughter, Christina, was diagnosed with a midbrain glioma in February. Doctors said chemotherapy would not prolong her life so the family decided to raise funds for an alternative treatment. His colleagues in the music industry also arranged a charity concert. Stars like Midge Ure and Tony Hadley performed at the concert earlier this month. Thomas, who lives in Norfolk, had hits in the 90s, including Thinking About Your Love.
Pop star Katy Perry ended her debut performance at Glastonbury by diving head first into the audience. It was less crowd-surfing than crowd-swimming, as the singer pulled herself slowly over the heads of her fans. "Well, Beyonce never did that," joked one audience member as Perry emerged from the fray. The stage dive came as the star performed Roar at the end of 60 colourful minutes of pure grade pop, including the hits Firework and ET. The star brought something that the Pyramid Stage never usually sees - choreography - as well as glitter cannons, silver-clad backing singers, and dancers dressed as giant eyeballs. "This makes me feel cool," remarked Perry as she observed the crowd. "I don't
Dr Luke and Kesha's mum, Pebe Sebert, have reportedly agreed to drop defamation lawsuits against each other. The music producer had accused Serbert of "tortious interference" (legal speak for wrongful interference) in the contract between himself and Kesha. Serbert responded to Luke, whose real name is Lukasz Gottwald, by suing him as well. The term defamation is used to describe when the good reputation of someone is damaged. For years Kesha has tried to get out of a record deal with Dr Luke, claiming he sexually assaulted her, which he has always denied. In a joint statement released by Dr Luke's representatives, both parties agree to drop the claims, meaning that there's now only one legal
Absorbing, challenging and achingly beautiful - Radiohead delivered a typically Radiohead sort of set for Glastonbury's opening night. The Oxford quintet emerged, bathed in white light, to the haunting piano refrain of Daydreaming, from last year's A Moon Shaped Pool album. Two hours and 25 songs later, they closed with Karma Police, singing: "For a minute there, I lost myself." It felt like a perfect metaphor for the band's power to transport an audience. The performance came on the 20th anniversary of Radiohead's first headline set at Glastonbury. That show, which took place just weeks after they released OK Computer, has often been called the festival's best ever. However, frontman Thom Yorke