Hugh Sheridan shares heartfelt video tribute to late father Denis Sheridan on six-month anniversary of his death

Packed to the Rafters star Hugh Sheridan has remembered their late father, Aussie singer Denis Sheridan, in a heartfelt throwback video shared on Instagram. To mark six months on from Denis’ death, the 36-year-old actor — who identifies as non-binary — posted the clip of the pair singing Frank Sinatra’s song ‘I’ve Got You Under

‘It is humbling’: Pink reveals ‘brutal’ recovery from hip surgery

Pink has shared details of her “brutal” recovery from hip surgery after suffering health complications from her recent operation. The singer, 42, captioned a smiley selfie on Instagram with an update for fans a week after having hip surgery in Colorado. “Hey world! This is what 9 hours of sleep and cuddles from my kiddos

Hugh Sheridan announces split from fiancé Kurt Roberts in emotional Instagram post

Packed to the Rafters star Hugh Sheridan has announced they have split from fiancé Kurt Roberts in an emotional birthday post on Instagram. The 36-year-old — who came out as non-binary in June — told fans the couple had “tried very, very hard” to make the relationship work but the pressure of it being their

Hugh Sheridan honours father Denis Sheridan after his death from cancer at 76: ‘I got a heavy heart’

Hugh Sheridan is thinking of his late father Denis Sheridan on what would have been his 77th birthday. The Packed to the Rafters star, shared a loving tribute to Denis on Instagram, with a slideshow of special moments together. Sheridan wrote, “Happy Birthday Dad. I love you. ❤️ I miss you like sleep. And there’s

Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey comes out as queer and sexually fluid in candid interview

Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey has come out as queer and sexually fluid. In a recent interview with NME, the actor, who is best known for his role as Scott McCall on the supernatural MTV drama, defined his sexuality after previously revealing he has been with men and doesn’t like to label his sexuality. RELATED:

Lois De Banzie, Tony-nominated actress known for playing Eleanor Roosevelt in Annie, has passed away

Lois De Banzie, a Tony-nominated actress who played Eleanor Roosevelt in the 1982 film adaptation of Annie, has passed away at the age of 90. De Banzie, who was born in Scotland, died on April 3, according to her family’s announcement posted in the San Francisco Chronicle. Her cause of death was not revealed. READ

Aussie singer Denis Sheridan, the father of actor Hugh Sheridan, dies aged 76

Beloved Aussie singer Denis Sheridan has died aged 76.  Denis — whose music career spanned more than five decades — was battling terminal cancer and had been receiving palliative care at Mary Potter Hospice in North Adelaide.  It was Denis’ cousin, fashion designer Neville Quist, who shared the sad news on social media. “My legendary

Aussie actor Hugh Sheridan says his coronavirus diagnosis turned out to be a false positive

Hugh Sheridan has given fans an update into his coronavirus diagnosis.  Turns out, the Aussie actor never had the deadly virus in the first place. The 35-year-old explained in an Instagram post that his test was actually a “false positive”, which explains why he was exhibiting zero symptoms. “My latest test shows a NEGATIVE result

Australian actor Hugh Sheridan tests positive for COVID-19: ‘Scary, frustrating and lonely’

Australian actor Hugh Sheridan has tested positive to the coronavirus. The 35-year-old, who is currently in hotel quarantine in Sydney, shared a lengthy Instagram post where he revealed he contracted the virus after flying home from the US. “I’ve been quiet for the last few days cause I’ve been feeling all the varied emotions about

Jessica Marais spends time with friend and former co-star Hugh Sheridan following hospital stay

Jessica Marais is surrounding herself with friends after a brief hospital stay at the weekend. The 35-year-old actress appeared in good spirits as she hung out with former Packed To The Rafters co-star and good mate Hugh Sheridan on May 4, just two days after she was reportedly taken to the Sydney’s Prince of Wales