Former Boyzone singer Keith Duffy has ruled out a reunion of the boy band unless all members are involved - including Ronan Keating.
Duffy, who now stars in Coronation Street, said he had the time of his life with the Irish band, who had hits with You Needed Me and Father and Son.
"If I was going to get back with Boyzone I'd like to do it with the four guys I toured with for eight years.
"It wouldn't be the same without each individual member," he said.
Kylie reunites with choreographer
Kylie Minogue is to be reunited with the choreographer of her Fever tour in her next video.
Rafael Bonachela, a choreographer with the Rambert Dance Company, will choreograph the video for her new single, I Believe in You.
The single, co-written by Minogue and Jake Shears and Babydaddy from The Scissor Sisters, will be released on 6 December.
Last month, Bonachela won the inaugural European Place Prize for Dance.
Actress Lohan rests after illness
Actress Lindsay Lohan has been released from hospital after receiving treatment for a high fever and headaches.
Lohan, 18, had to postpone filming the movie Herbie: Fully Loaded after being admitted to hospital last week after being ill for several days.
Her publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, said the Mean Girls and Freaky Friday star was "taking it easy and doing great".
She added that production on Herbie would resume immediately.
Taxi crash actor Torn walks free
Emmy Award-winning actor Rip Torn has been found not guilty of drink driving.
Jurors at the hearing in New York said they did not believe the police account he had been drinking excessively.
Torn's lawyer, Adam Levy, said his client had one-and-a half-drinks the night of his arrest last January, after his car struck a taxi.
Police officer Vanessa McBride testified that Torn, 73, appeared "dishevelled" and "smelled of alcohol" when she arrested him.
Morrissey urges US to oust Bush
Singer Morrissey has urged people to vote against George W Bush in the forthcoming US presidential election.
The star - who lives in Los Angeles - said the president had turned the US
into the most "neurotic and terror- obsessed country on the planet".
The former Smiths frontman said in a statement: "With all my heart I urge people to vote against George Bush.
"John Kerry is the logical and sane move. Please bring sanity and intelligence back to the US."
P Diddy steps up US vote campaign
Hip-hop mogul P Diddy has criticised the US presidential campaigners for a "failure" to address inner-city issues.
During his Vote or Die! tour he said he was disappointed that President George W Bush and challenger John Kerry were not stopping in urban areas.
"If you look at the campaign schedules, they're not making time for these people," he said.
He was in the midst of a six-city tour aimed at empowering minorities and young people to vote on 2 November.