In this week's A-list Insider: Kim Kardashian is robbed at gunpoint in Paris, Helen Flanagan set for Coronation Street return and Ben Stiller reveals cancer battle.

Kim Kardashian robbery

It's been a hell of a week for Kim Kardashian. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's visit to Paris for Fashion Week turned into a nightmare after she was robbed at gunpoint at her luxury apartment in the French capital on 3 October. Five masked men dressed like police officers reportedly stormed their way into her bedroom. She was bound and gagged and the thieves made off with $10m (£7.9m) worth of jewellery including her wedding ring.

After all the commotion, some are speculating that this could have all been an inside job and big questions are being raised about Kardashian's security. The mother-of-two is now back home and safe in the US after her terrifying ordeal.

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian has now flown back to the US after being held at gunpoint during a robbery in Paris Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

Rosie Webster returns

And over in soap land, Helen Flanagan is preparing to return to the cobbles. The 26-year-old actress confirmed on Wednesday (5 October) that she will be returning to Coronation Street as hellraiser Rosie Webster next February.

Speaking of her return to Weatherfield, the star said: "I'm so excited to be returning to Coronation Street and being part of the Webster family again." Viewers will first see Rosie in February when she surprises her parents by returning from a trip to Miami along with her sister Sophie.

It has been five years since viewers last saw Helen on the show and producers insist that her visit will not be short of drama.

Ben Stiller prostate cancer battle

Ben Stiller
Ben Stiller is best known for starring in blockbuster comedies. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

And finally Zoolander star Ben Stiller has opened up about his private battle with prostate cancer. During an appearance on the Howard Stern radio show, the Hollywood actor revealed that the news "came out of the blue" in 2014 and doctors removed his prostate because he had a particularly aggressive form of cancer.

While he is now cancer-free, he still attends regular check-ups. He added that the ordeal has left him with a greater appreciation of life. "Every six months I'm taking my PSA test to make sure I'm clear," he said.