He's rocketed to Hollywood heights of fame after becoming the new host of the Late Late Show. And it seems James Corden's stateside success is really paying off, as its revealed he is moving into his dream Californian home for a staggering $80,000 (or £64,000) a month. The Gavin and Stacey star, 38, is renting a luxury five-storey beachfront home in Los Angeles with his family worth $24million.
I'm not a hypocrite, claims Corbyn ally Shami Chakrabarti who opposes grammar schools despite paying for her son to attend a selective school
The new shadow attorney general Shami Chakrabarti (pictured appearing on Peston on Sunday) claimed she was simply 'trying to do her best' for her child by enrolling him at one of the UK's top private schools. But she insisted there was no conflict between this and the fact she was campaigning to prevent children whose parents cannot afford expensive private fees from benefiting from selection in the state sector. Her son won a place at the £18,000-a-year Dulwich College in south London after sitting a tough entrance exam.
Will this be the dirtiest debate ever? Anderson Cooper to open debate with hot mic question as Trump limbers up on Twitter suggesting he will call Bill Clinton a rapist, but flies to St Louis early leaving press pool behind
Donald Trump is preparing for what could be a bloodbath on Sunday night, as the Republican nominee goes up against Hillary Clinton in the second presidential debate. The debate, held in St Louis, Missouri, has the potential to be one of the nastiest ever as Trump could choose to go after Clinton's husband Bill Clinton for an alleged rape. Since Friday, the Trump campaign has been reeling from the fallout after a 2005 tape revealing Trump making vulgar and explicit comments about groping women was released. And it has been revealed the first question of the debate will focus on the lewd remarks made by Trump - only he won't be the one answering. After winning a coin toss, Hillary Clinton will be asked the first question of the night, likely by moderator Anderson Cooper. Cooper, of CNN, is co-moderating with Martha Raddatz, of ABC, who have adjusted their town-hall-style debate in light of the Trump tapes.
Muslim video blogger wearing religious dress gets a 'breathtaking' response when he pretends to be homeless in London
Clutching a cardboard sign with just the words 'I'm homeless' written on it, blogger Hassan Saleemi films himself sat down in London's Leicester square during the social experiment. While some people ignore him (pictured right) many others are seen offering him food, assistance and then one girl even offers him a £50 note (pictured centre). The 23-year-old Londoner said he wanted show that there were people out there who want to help regardless of religion or status.
Inside Angelina Jolie's new neighbourhood that is so private you can't even see it on Google Street View: Actress and kids join the likes of Kimye, JLo and Drake in LA's Hidden Hills
Angelina Jolie has moved into a mansion in the one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the world - which is so private you can't even see it on Google Street View. The actress, 41, moved her six children from Malibu into a new rental costing $30,000 a month in Hidden Hills, a gated community in Los Angeles County, California. There, her new neighbors read like a who's who of Hollywood - including Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Drake and Jennifer Lopez. Jolie's new pad boasts more than 8,000 square feet of living space as well as two beach-entry pools, a cascading waterfall and an 800 square foot cabana. But it's the privacy that makes property in Hidden Hills so sought after by celebrities - and likely the reason Jolie, who recently made headlines after filing for divorce from husband Brad Pitt, picked it.
'He has a very disturbing problem with anger': X Factor singer Josh Brooks 'would regularly beat up his twin brother Kyle', it is claimed, following allegations he 'broke his ex-girlfriend's nose'
X Factor singer Josh Brooks (far left) was suspended from the live show after allegations he attacked his former girlfriend Amelia Clarke and broke her nose - claims he has strenuously denied. And now new reports have emerged claiming he would regularly beat up his 17-year-old twin brother Kyle (pictured with him), who completes their dual boyband act Brooks Way. According to sources, the aspiring singer suffers from 'disturbing problems with anger'.
From balls to ballcocks: Chelsea goal scoring legend and England ace Kerry Dixon is working as a PLUMBER after serving time for a brutal pub assault
The ex-footballer, who played for the national side in the 1986 World Cup and scored 193 goals for Chelsea,(right) was jailed for nine months in 2015 after being found guilty of assaulting a man in a pub.(pictured outside court, bottom) Dixon, 55, now fits pipes for central heating firm Oakray (left) to earn money and says he is determined to get his life back on track. Dixon's blond locks and commanding presence brought a glamour to Chelsea at a time it was yo-yoing between the top two divisions.
Moors murderer Ian Brady tells true-crime fanatic to visit landmarks from his childhood in twisted 'guided tour'
The fan said he had written to the serial killer asking where he should visit in Glasgow and posted a picture of a handwritten letter (inset) online that appears to be from 78-year-old Brady. He then shared photographs on Instagram of sites from the murderer's childhood, including his old school (bottom right) and the road where he was born (top right).
Where are those superpowers now? Superman star Henry Cavill gasps for air after gruelling 10k mud run as he's put through his paces by the Royal Marines
He worked out every day that he prepared to play Superman in upcoming movie Justice League. But Henry Cavill hadn't seen anything until he was put through his paces in a gruelling charity run with the Royal Marines on Sunday.
The British heart-throb, 33, looked dead on his feet after completing the six-mile Endurance Course on Woodbury Common in Devon.
What war? The Afghan tribe so remote they didn't know about the Taliban or that the US had overthrown them
A thin strip of land in Afghanistan, known as the Wakhan corridor, has remained largely untouched by the Taliban and the US Army, with villagers having little idea of the invasion or war. The Wakhi people live a simple life with their livestock on the rough terrain in desolate countryside, pictured main. Photographer Eric Lafforgue visited the little-known lands amid encouragements from the Afghan government to attract tourists, but he found himself alone in choosing the area as a holiday destination. Pictured inset left, two Afghan men sip soup from a bowl, and right, a Wakhi woman in a pink headscarf.
Ten reasons to HYGGE: 'Hoo-ga' is the Scandinavian lifestyle trend for 'being cosy and content'. And yes, it will make you happier, fitter and slimmer!
Hygge is a Nordic cultural staple entering the British public conscience. Pronounced 'hoo-ga' - it is a Nordic word that describes 'a feeling of cosiness and content', and 'enjoying the good things in life with good people around you'. And there is overwhelming medical evidence that adopting a few Nordic ways might just be the health boost you're looking for.
Streets running with blood and 3,700 dead: After 100 days in office Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares drug crackdown to 'Hitler's Holocaust' and cuts US ties
WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: The death toll in the Philippines continues to rise as president Rodrigo Duterte, known as 'The Punisher', claims he will slaughter drug dealers and addicts in his war on drugs. The bombastic president has also sensationally disparaged the country's alliance with the US ordering its troops to leave his shores. The potential ending of an alliance comes as a reaction to the international outrage of the slaughter of drug criminals at the hands of vigilantes and police in the Philippines. The fear tactic has seen Duterte's popularity sky-rocket, with a Social Weather Stations Survey showed 8/10 Filipino residents are satisfied with his campaign promise to crack down on drug dealers and users.
Screaming baby cries as a relative slices its head open with a kitchen knife as part of Islamic self-flagellation ceremony to mourn the death of the Prophet's grandson
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Gruesome pictures show a man holding a knife to the head of a baby in Ahmadabad, India while others show men whipping themselves with sharp blades. In separate images, men can be seen crying out in pain as they use knives attached to chains to cut their own backs at a mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan. Pools of blood can be seen on the floor of the building after the men performed the ritual to mark Ashura - one of the major fixtures of the Islamic calendar.
Cars and vans are CRUSHED against roof of underground car park when burst water main causes polystyrene blocks it was built on to float and rise up by 4ft
Cars have been crushed (centre, top right) against the roof of a car park in Crayford, south-east London, after a burst water main caused polystyrene insulation below the road surface to expand by four feet. Crews from London Fire Brigade have been pumping water out of the flooded High Street in Crayford this morning and it is understood the burst pipe is also affecting Greenwich and Bexley and parts of Dartford and Kent. Thames Water is working on fixing the problem (bottom right) and is proving emergency supplies of bottled water to those affected.
ATMs too tall to reach, staircases to nowhere and a VERY inappropriate swimming pool: The worst building fails revealed
Phallic shaped swimming pool (bottom left), a staircase to nowhere (bottom right) and a bridge that doesn't (top left) meet in the middle. Architectural mishaps often occur when design flaws are not picked up in the initial planning phases. But with some faults so glaringly obvious (top left), it becomes a wonder how they got past even the laziest designer. Whether it be a driveway with no direct path to the road or a slide with a maliciously placed ditch at the end - the catastrophic final results can be quite humorous.
Soho's oh so different! Photographs show how world-famous London district has changed in the last century
Places like Piccadilly Circus (pictured) have been completely modernised, with the former neon lights used to advertise Bovril and other businesses being replaced with a giant electronic screen. Other roads, such as Berwick Street Market and the Carnaby Street shopping area show how many former independent traders have been replaced, often by international chains. The images have been collated by Carl Court after he learned the story of London's smallest shop, a 6ft x 5ft x 2ft space on Bateman Street that was occupied by a cobbler underneath the window of another business.
Are Ben Needham's remains in THIS truck? Police say they may have been returned to Greek farmhouse where he vanished as they dig up illegal tip where officers fear his body was dumped
Ben Needham's body may today be returned to the Greek farmhouse where the missing toddler was last seen alive in what police dubbed an 'eerie' prospect. The 21-month-old is feared to have been accidentally run over by a digger driver in Kos on 24 July 1991 before being dumped a day later on a nearby illegal tip site. Investigators have spent the past two weeks excavating the surrounding land and rubble is now being transported back to the farmhouse to be forensically examined in a 'sterile' area. 'It may well be that Ben's remains or something linking us to his disappearance may be going back to the place where he was last seen alive,' a South Yorkshire Police spokesperson told MailOnline.
Theme park horror: Passengers are stranded on a Thorpe Park ride for more than 90 minutes as 'world's most terrifying roller coaster' gets stuck 30ft in the air
Passengers onboard the 'world's most terrifying roller coaster' were stranded when the ride jammed on a vertical incline 30 feet off the ground. The frightened visitors to Thorpe Park were stuck on the 100ft Saw ride for one hour and 45 minutes yesterday afternoon. Workers at the Surrey theme park rushed to help the eight thrillseekers in the carriage.
The bizarre moment student LAUGHS after being charged with murdering her friend with cyanide-laced coffee at Indonesian cafe
Accused cyanide murderer Jessica Wongso has been recorded smiling after denying poisoning Mirna Salihin (together, inset) by putting the toxin in her iced coffee. The reaction from the 27-year-old Australian resident, comes as Mirna Salihin's sister Sandy says Wongso is enjoying the attention from the case, which is at present before the courts in Indonesia. Wongso has denied poisoning Ms Salihin - with whom she studied at the Sydney design school Billy Blue - at a restaurant in Jakarta in January (pictured in a CCTV image, the pair meet at the restaurant before Ms Salihin's death). Wongso is on trial in Indonesia.
US husband cannot contain his joy after learning he is about to be a father for the first time when he finds his wife's positive pregnancy test hidden under a baby blanket
Tania Gutierrez, from Houston, Texas, is seen surprising her husband by placing her positive pregnancy test in a box under a baby blanket and then secretly filming his ecstatic reaction (pictured). The extremely sweet reaction to the announcement went viral when Mrs Gutierrez's sister Cristina Perez, uploaded the video to Twitter.
'Daddy can sort that out later': Shocked mother discovers her toddler son has dumped an entire bag of dog biscuits into the toilet bowl
The British mother comes into the bathroom to find her son Blake hovering around a toilet bowl completely full of small brown dog biscuits (pictured left), but he does not seem too upset by his actions. Luckily, the family dog soon arrives in the bathroom and helps out by leaning his head into the makeshift dog bowl and starting to eat (pictured right).
Age ain't nothing but a number: Festival veterans turn back the clock as they rock out to Paul McCartney, 74, at 'Oldchella'
The Beatles singer and his fans showed they still have what it takes as they danced the night away at the first-ever Desert Trip in Indio, California, on Saturday night. McCartney turned back time as he blended tunes from his Beatles days, his years as Wings frontman to his current status as solo entertainer. McCartney, who was clad in a black suit and white button down shirt, sported a youthful haircut with just a trace of grey at the temples. He appeared on stage - fashionably late by about 30 minutes - and broke into the Beatles song A Hard Day's Night. Members in the audience went wild, with some probably remembering when The Beatles released the song in the 1960s.
Wills to get badly-needed wardrobe makeover by Kate's stylist after a style magazine claimed he looked more like an 'estate agent' than a future King
His wife may rightly be lauded for her elegant outfits but Prince William's own fashion choices have been so drab, one style magazine cruelly accused him of dressing like an estate agent. So now Kate has ordered her stylist Natasha Archer to give William a much-needed wardrobe makeover - and she has started by throwing out his ubiquitous brown loafers and his tatty trainers.
Four Brazilian schoolgirls 'dig a shallow grave for 14-year-old love rival and torture her for FOUR hours with wooden sticks and a machete'
The gang, who are aged 13 to 16, dragged their victim into a shallow grave before hitting her repeatedly round the head and body with a wooden stick and a small machete in the shocking attack filmed in Trindade, Brazil. The injured girl only managed to escape when her tormentors went to wash blood off their hands before culminating their torture ordeal with what detectives believe was a plan to kill her.
Posh takes Brooklyn to Kenya to show him how the other half live: Victoria Beckham, 41, and her 17-year-old son join forces for UNAIDS charity mission
She's usually seen in exclusive locations and glamorous parties. But Victoria Beckham swapped her lavish lifestyle for the real world when she visited central Kenya on Saturday. The 41-year-old designer was joined by her teenage son, Brooklyn, 17, as they continued their UNAIDS charity mission in Africa.
It's a match! Man who dressed as a human TINDER profile letting women swipe left or right for Halloween takes the web by storm
Fashioned out of thick card, California-based Matt Borgelt's extraordinary get-up allowed people to 'swipe' on several profiles before settling on his own and making a match. A video of the outfit was taken by the blogger Aline Hanako G, whose clip went viral last year - before resurfacing again on the web just in time for Halloween. It shows a woman being faced with large profiles of different men (left), featuring their names and ages just like on the popular app. When she swings the cards to the left to reject them, Matt holds up a sign in the air that reads 'Nope. Finally she lands on a familiar looking profile. Upon realising it is a smiling picture of Matt, she moves the card to the right and Matt springs an 'It's A Match' panel out of the costume (right).
Just five more minutes! Adorable golden retriever has temper tantrum when his owner attempts to get him to leave the pet store
Rufio the golden retriever, who lives in Chicago, recently enjoyed a trip to the pet store. But when it came time to leave, the two-year-old dog was adamant on staying, even as his owner dragged him towards the door. A video of the sweet pup's protest has been viewed more than 400,000 times on Instagram.
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From society balls to Marilyn and Audrey in their heyday: Fifties elegance captured by woman who opposed Hitler and survived to become one of the world's greatest post-war photographers
Austrian-born Inge Morath refused to join the Hitler Youth while studying in Germany in the midst of World War II and was forced to work alongside Ukrainian prisoners. After surviving the war, Morath became one of the first women to join the famous Magnum Photos Agency. Because of her gender, Morath was often assigned to photograph debutantes, balls and models. But she built a career and a mastery of being able to capture intimate photos in some of society's most glamorous corners, photographing the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Andy Warhol and some of Hollywood's biggest stars in the 1950s.
New York artist Trina Merry, who specialises in body-painting, lines her subjects up and photographs them as they appear to blend right into the scenery around them. The backdrops to her eye-catching art include the White House, Freedom Tower, Grand Central Station, the Golden Gate Bridge, and even Ireland's Giant's Causeway. Models pose patiently against the rooftop view and skyline of New York's East Village (left) and the Washington Square Park Arch Monument (right) as Ms Merry blends their bodies into their surroundings.
Indonesia's first Muslim transgender boarding school is forced to close after the Islamic Jihad Front brand it 'immoral'
The only Islamic transgender boarding school in Indonesia has been shut down after a wave of intolerance sparked by the activities of hard-line Muslim groups in the country. Several months ago, amid a sudden backlash against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, a local hardline group called Islamic Jihad Front forced the school to close (inset and right, one of the students). But headmistress, Shinta Ratri (right) said: 'We want to prove that Islam accepts transgenders, that Islam is a blessing for all mankind'.
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Saved from the slaughter to become a champion: Unwanted Exmoor pony is turned into a world-beater by a loving horse whisperer
Due to the delicate balance of mares and fillies that is required to stop endangered Exmoor ponies from going extinct, the possibility of Bear - also known by his competition name Hawkwell Versuvius - being culled was very real. He became very distrusting of humans, having been branded as a foal all over his rump and shoulders, causing the equivalent of third-degree burns. However, just as the end seemed nigh he was taken in by horse whisperer Dawn Westcott, who has gradually trained him into one of the top horses in his field, even putting a Queen-owned horse to shame once.