Minnie Mouse voice actress dies aged 75

The actress died in Glendale, California on Friday, the Walt Disney Company has said.

Since 1986, Taylor provided voice-overs for animated TV series, films and theme parks featuring Mickey Mouse's high-pitched and giggly partner Minnie.

She also played characters in The Simpsons, including Bart's dorky classmate Martin.

Mirroring the character she played, Taylor married Wayne Allwine, the voice of Mickey until his death in 2009.

Bob Iger, Disney's chairman and chief executive, paid tribute to Taylor in a statement released on Saturday.

A night with Julia Montes

Although for just a few hours, it was long enough for them to meet and see the face they follow religiously on television.

The Filipino actress was brought to the country by the WR Carpenters to raise funds for City Mission’s safe house program that Haus Ruth runs.

The night started around 8pm where Julia took to stage and sang three songs – two in English and one in Tagalog.

The atmosphere was full of energy as fans rushed around the stage to take pictures and shake her hands.

Montes speaks of upbringing

“I am shy and an off-cam type of girl,” she described herself during an interview with TVWan’s Hennah Joku.

The Filipino actress arrived in Port Moresby early this morning.

Montes’ personality comes from very humble beginnings.

She was born as Mara Hautea Schnittka to a Filipino mother Gemma Hautea and German father, Martin Schnittka, but raised by her grandmother when her father left them while she was a baby.

Sofia Vergara is highest paid actress

It's not a huge surprise - she's been top of the list for the last six years in a row.

Between 1 June 2016 and 1 June 2017 she made $41.5m (£30m) before taxes from a variety of different projects.

Roughly a quarter of her money comes from her role in the show Modern Family and the rest comes from licensing and endorsement deals.

The reason Sofia, who plays Gloria Delgado-Pritchett in Modern Family is making so much money is because she is a good businesswoman.

The actress is the face for brands such as Head & Shoulders, Pepsi and CoverGirl.

Carrie Fisher died from 'sleep apnoea and other causes'

Her death certificate said in January that the 60-year-old, best known for her role as Princess Leia, had suffered a cardiac arrest.

But in a statement the LA coroner said the exact cause was unknown.

Sleep apnoea is a common condition in which a person stops breathing during sleep, either for a few seconds or minutes.

As well as listing sleep apnoea as a cause of death, the coroner's statement cited other factors, including heart disease and drug use.

Her manner of death would be listed as undetermined, it said.

Actress Glenne Headly dies at 62

The actress, best known for starring alongside Warren Beatty in "Dick Tracy," was 62. She is survived by her husband Byron McCulloch and son Stirling.

"It is with deep sorrow that we confirm the passing of Glenne Headly," her reps said in a statement. "We ask that her family's privacy be respected in this difficult time."

Headly, a native of Connecticut, got her start in theater and went on to star in several productions including "Extremities" alongside Susan Sarandon in 1982.

Megan McKenna: I regret having sex on TV

The star made her name appearing on TV shows like Towie and Celebrity Big Brother but has told Newsbeat she regrets some of her earlier antics.

"I wish I hadn't got intimate on TV but he [her partner] was my boyfriend," she says.

The 24-year-old featured on two series of Ex on the Beach - where couples and singles share a luxury villa.

"The show wasn't the route I wanted to go down. It [sex] is normal - I just had a camera on me," she said.

Not long after filming stopped, Megan and Jordan separated despite getting engaged in the series finale.

Actress wants to 'lift the veil' on porn

The star says she wanted to look at people's online relationships but insists the show isn't a hatchet job.

"The intention is not to present this skewed, manipulative story or to get people to not enter porn," she says.

"The intention was to lift the veil, pull the curtain back on the industry, that really thrives from secrecy."

The six-part documentary is the follow-up to Rashida Jones's 2015 documentary, Hot Girls Wanted.