In this week's A-List Insider: Lady Gaga pays tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting, Kanye West announces Life of Pablo Tour and Chris Evans' ex-wife slams new Top Gear.
Lady Gaga Orlando tribute
Hours after a lone gunman stormed into a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Lady Gaga paid a touching tribute to the 49 victims killed in the deadliest mass shooting in US history. During her tearful speech at a Los Angeles vigil, she showed her solidarity with the grieving LGBT community she has long supported.
The FBI is leading the investigation, with local law enforcement treating the atrocity, which occurred on 12 June, as an act of terrorism.
However, it has also been suggested that it was a hate crime, after the shooter's father described him as having been "angry" when he saw two men kissing in the street in Miami several month ago.
Kanye West announces US tour
Over in the world of hip-hop, Kanye West is coming to a city near you. The self-proclaimed King of rap has announced his North America tour, which kicks off on 25 August and sees him perform shows in Boston, Washington, Miami, Houston, Detroit, Philadelphia and his hometown of Chicago .
Pre-sale tickets will be available from 10am on 16 June, exclusively via Tidal. But don't worry if you are not subscribed to the music service, you can get your hands on tickets when they go on general sale through Ticketmaster on 18 June.
It will be Kanye's first official tour since his Yeezus sojourn in 2013.
Chris Evans' ex-wife calls new Top gear "awful"
Chris Evans' ex-wife Carol McGiffin is the latest critic to fire shots at the new Top Gear. McGiffin, who is best known for hosting daytime talk show Loose Women, said that she would rather watch Jeremy Clarkson reruns thattune in to the revamped motoring show. Ouch!
McGiffin was married to Evans in 1991 before separating in 1993 and divorcing in 1998. His former partner claims that he is trying to replicate the Clarkson's magic with a different line-up but is doing an awful job. No love lost there then.
Her comments came amid reports that the ratings for the show's third episode were the lowest in the BBC2 show's history. Just 2.4 million viewers tuned in on Sunday night.