• Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir tie the (diamond-studded) knot

    (CNN)Just like his proposal, naturally Gucci Mane's wedding was so "Icy." The rapper married his love of seven years, model and beauty/fitness entrepreneur Keyshia Ka'oir live Tuesday on BET as part of their 10-part wedding special series "The Mane Event." The couple are hip hop royalty and their lavish $1.7 million wedding was billed as the wedding of the year. There were diamonds everywhere (the bride reportedly walked down the aisle on them and the groom wore a diamond-studded bow tie) and everyone, including the guests, wore white to the event, which was held at the Four Seasons in Miami. There was even a white carpet instead of red to greet all the celebrity guests, many of whom were interviewed

  • Ed Sheeran cancels shows after accident

    Ed Sheeran says he is "unable to perform live concerts for the immediate future" after breaking his arm in a cycling accident. The star came off his bike, reportedly after being struck by a car, at the weekend. "A visit to my doctors confirmed fractures in my right wrist and left elbow," he said on Instagram, alongside a picture of his arm in a cast. So far, dates in Taipei, Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong have been affected. "I'm waiting to see how the healing progresses before we have to decide on shows beyond that," the star said. "Please stay tuned for more details." A post shared by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos) on Oct 17, 2017 at 3:53pm PDT The 26-year-old has a further eight dates scheduled

  • Mesh implants ban rejected by government

    The government has rejected a call for an inquiry and a ban on surgical mesh implants across the UK. It follows a debate on the matter by MPs in the House of Commons. A number of women from Northern Ireland were among those who travelled to London to hear the debate take place. The women said they had been left in chronic pain after they were given mesh or tape implants, which are used to treat organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. Use of the devices to treat those conditions has already been suspended in Scotland. MPs had brought the concerns of hundreds of constituents, almost all of them women, who suffer severe pain and discomfort from the devices after they damaged their internal organs.

  • Chip and Joanna Gaines want you to know they're good

    (CNN)You can stop worrying about whether Chip and Joanna Gaines are splitting up. The HGTV stars on Tuesday made their first TV appearance since announcing that they would end their show "Fixer Upper" after season 5. Chip Gaines said on "Today" the decision was a precautionary step to preserving their 14-year marriage. The couple have turned the renovations of homes in Waco, Texas, into must-watch TV and a thriving empire which includes a store, a magazine, books and corporate partnerships.

  • Harvey Weinstein off Weinstein Company board of directors

    Harvey Weinstein is off the Weinstein Company board of directors. The departure foreshadows further changes at the crippled movie and TV studio, including a possible sale. His resignation came during a Tuesday morning board of directors meeting. For many years Weinstein was synonymous with the company, which he co-founded with his brother Bob Weinstein. But all that changed after an investigation by The New York Times detailed a decades-long pattern of alleged harassment by Weinstein. On October 8, Bob and the rest of the board members fired him. That meant Weinstein lost his co-chair job running part of the studio on a daily basis. He remained on the board -- but not for long. A spokesman for

  • GP services 'in crisis' in Northern Ireland

    Some patients in Northern Ireland are waiting up to three years to see a consultant about having surgery, following a referral from their GP. The BBC has obtained exclusive figures showing long waiting times before a decision to operate.

  • Dyslexia eye link spotted by scientists

    French scientists say they may have found a potential cause of dyslexia which could be treatable, hidden in tiny cells in the human eye. In a small study they found that most dyslexics had dominant round spots in both eyes - rather than in just one - leading to blurring and confusion. UK experts said the research was "very exciting" and highlighted the link between vision and dyslexia. But they said not all dyslexics were likely to have the same problem. People with dyslexia have difficulties learning to read, spell or write despite normal intelligence. Often letters appear to move around and get in the wrong order and dyslexic people can have problems distinguishing left from right. Human beings