The Justin Bieber-Benjamin Netanyahu "summit" has become the latest to fall foul of PR and spin.
The teenage singer, in Israel for the first time to perform in Tel Aviv on Thursday, was understood to have asked for a meeting with Israel's Prime Minister.
Justin Bieber has hit out at the paparazzi for photographing him inside a church in Israel.
The star, who is set to perform in Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park on Thursday – his first show in Israel– complained on Twitter that more respect should be shown in holy paces.
Claudia Winkleman is to present a new showbiz interview programme on Channel 4.
The Strictly Come Dancing presenter, who succeeded Jonathan Ross as host of the BBC's flagship film programme last year, will be joined by celebrity guests in six episodes this summer.
The Academy Award winning actress Natalie Portman has revealed that she will not find out the sex of her baby before she gives birth later this year, because of Jewish superstition.
Ms Portman, 29, who is expecting her first child with her Black Swan choreographer boyfriend Benjamin Millepied, told US Weekly magazine that she did not want to know before the due date.
"Amazing place...I’m in the holy land and I am grateful for that.
"I just want to have the same personal experience that others have here."
A fashionable kosher steak restaurant in Manhattan has found itself at the centre of a broiges after residents complained diners were disturbing the peace.
The Upper West Side Prime KO eatery has hosted guests from Lindsay Lohan to Sopranos star Jamie Lynn Sigler — and even Israel’s chief rabbi, Yona Metzger.
Oscar winner and Glee guest star Gwyneth Paltrow has released her first cookbook.
The book is a collection of the recipes of her late father, Jewish film producer Bruce Paltrow.
Jewish actor Jake Gyllenhaal goes back to his childhood on a matzah hunt.
The actor stars as a time-travelling helicopter pilot in a race against time in the thriller, directed by Duncan Jones.
Stacey Solomon has been voted Celebrity Mum of the Year.
The I'm as Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here winner, mother of toddler Zachary, was chosen by voters over fellow Jewish singer Rachel Stevens.
Queen Elizabeth II, Samantha Cameron and Miriam Clegg were also in the running in the Foxy Bingo contest.