We catch up with Made in Chelsea’s Jamie Laing, who was in Cambridge to open his new sweet shop.
Read on to find out which notorious figures will be addressing Cambridge this term..
Celebrity designers are doing fashion no favours. In fact, they’re simply encouraging people to buy clothes in order to sell them on again.
Kim K got married and then divorced within 72 days. Why shouldn’t gay couples get the chance to do so too?
LEO PARKER-REES is turned off by a drama that misses the point of television.
Lily Cole has revealed in an interview that she feels ‘liberated’ to have finished her degree – and came close to not making it.
Although a rippling female Hercules might not be the physique you desire, Jodie Marsh’s proud display of her bodybuilding body is a laudable act of feminism.
Freshers’ Week will be overrun with reality TV stars this year, with the Union hosting stars of Made In Chelsea and Arg from TOWIE DJing at Life.
Does the cast of Celebrity Big Brother show the recession has created a new kind of budget celebrity?
We’d all like to be a little healthier, but does this mean we have to sign up for the muesli and lyrca-clad culture too? CHARLOTTE HILL explores on our changing concept of ‘healthy’ and tries to make friends with her alarm clock.
The novelty of seeing Simon Haines in a student play isn’t enough for TOBY PARKER-REES. Ironically, the standout performance was from a complete greenhorn called Lily.
JODIE HARSH is coming to Cambridge, but can you handle her? TABATHA LEGGETT talks drag, hair and celebs with the DJ and party girl.
‘Jay Z gave me a hug’. Mr Hudson talks to The Tab: read the interview here and enter our competition for tickets to his gig at The Junction.
LVJ shines a light on the murky world of celebrity sexuality: is it really OK to be gay in Tinseltown?
As the final series of Celebrity Big Brother draws to a close, TABATHA LEGGETT confronts her guilty pleasure and explains why 5% of the British population are still watching.