In this week's A-List Insider:

David Haye is arrested, Stephen Hawking comforts One Direction fans and Sam Smith cancels his Australian Tour.

Hayemaker arrested in Dubai

David Haye, aka that British boxer that everyone loved on I'm a Celebrity, was taken into police custody at Dubai international airport after an "administrative error" led to him being accused of fraud.

The 34-year-old sportsman was arrested after a post-dated cheque he had written for £341,000 bounced. As writing a cheque that later bounces is a crime in Dubai and can be punishable with jail, a fine, and being ordered to pay the amount, Haye was hurled off to a holding cell and allegedly forced to surrender his passport while the case was investigated.

Haye has since said the cheque was intended as a final payment on a newly built property and was not due to be presented yet. The mistake has since been rectified and the boxer is now a free man.

Stephen Hawking comforts Directioners

Meanwhile, heartbroken Directioners can finally rest easy thanks to Professor Stephen Hawking. The famous astrophysicist has revealed that in a parallel universe Zayn Malik hasn't quit One Direction and all is well.

Speaking at Sydney Opera House via holographic projection, the Cambridge University-based scientist offered some sound advice to heartbroken young girls when asked what he thought would be the cosmological effect of the singer's shock departure.

"It would not be beyond the realms of possibility that somewhere outside of our own universe lies another different universe. And in that universe, Zayn is still in One Direction," he said.

Sam Smith cancels tour Down Under

And finally, Sam Smith has been forced to bow out of his Australian tour after suffering a haemorrhage on his vocal chords. In a statement to fans on Instagram, the Grammy-winner said he was "deeply saddened" after receiving the diagnosis.

"The doctors have told me I need to fully rest until my vocal cords have healed, otherwise this could become a huge long-term issue. I am so sorry to all who have bought tickets, I truly am. This kills me," Smith said.

The Stay With Me hitmaker had been scheduled to perform at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion on 28 April, the Margaret Court Arena in Melbourne on 30 April and Adelaide's AEC Theatre on 1 May.