In this week's A-List Insider: Adele's 25 set to reclaim number one on the album chart, Prince Harry and Joss Stone flirt up a storm and Daniel Radcliffe isn't quite ready to say goodbye to Harry Potter.
Adele set to top the charts (again)
Following its release in November 2015, Adele's comeback album 25 soared to number one on the charts, broke records left, right, and centre, and even spawned countless memes. Now it looks like it may top the official charts again.
The album, which featured the hit Hello, is heading back to #1 after the singer's Glastonbury headline gig on 25 June. Since the British powerhouse performed at Worthy Farm's Pyramid Stage, 25 has jumped to 16 places to the top spot of the midweek album charts, and looks set to dethrone Radiohead's current number one A Moon Shaped Pool.
You may recall that 25 became the fastest-selling album of all time after selling 3.3 million copies in its first week in the US. Impressive stuff.
Prince Harry and Joss Stone team up
All eyes were on Prince Harry and Joss Stone after they attended the rehearsal of an African charity youth choir earlier this week. The songstress is the ambassador for Sentebale, which Harry founded with Lesotho's Prince Seeiso, to help young people affected by HIV and Aids in sub-Saharan Africa.
The duo, who are long-time friends, teamed up to show their support to their Basotho Youth Choir during a run-through ahead of their performance at the Sentebale charity concert at Kensington Palace.
There was no denying the chemistry between the cheeky royal and the soul singer as they laughed joked and even embraced. I know their relationship is strictly platonic, but I can't help but feel they would make a really nice couple.
Daniel Radcliffe open to Hogwarts return
It looks like we haven't seen the last of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter. The British actor said that he wouldn't be opposed to reprising his role as the young wizard in a future reboot.
"It would depend on the script. The circumstances would have to be pretty extraordinary. But then I am sure Harrison Ford said that with Han Solo, and look what happened there," he told the Radio Times.
Since leaving JK Rowling's fantastical world, Radcliffe has appeared in a host of films including The Woman in Black, Kill Your Darlings and Trainwreck.