The rapper recorded his entourage hanging out backstage at Radio 1's Big Weekend for Scott Mills' new film about the event, premiering tonight at 7pm on the BBC Radio 1 website.
Sway must've been avoiding a few ladders recently. The rapper ? real name Derek Safo ? has landed his first film role, in thriller The Grind, after being headhunted by movie producers following his role as Ross Rosten on C4 drama Top Boy. Not bad for a first TV appearance.
Labrinth admits he's been enjoying the attention of the opposite sex since finding fame.
He said: "My theory with girls is ? if you're hot, I'll date you. I do get a bit of trouble in the supermarket with the ladies. There's something about that frozen foods aisle." He must love Findus Crispy Pancakes.
The X Factor contestants finally had something to be happy about last night when their charity single ? Wishing On A Star ? went straight in at No1.
And X Factor graduate Olly Murs knocked Rihanna off the top spot of the albums chart with his second collection, In Case You Didn't Know.
Mike Skinner hangs out in the butterfly enclosure at London Zoo to get inspired for his album with The D.O.T.
He told Vice website's show The Producers: "It's a place I like to come and think about my next beat. It's difficult to know where inspiration is going to come from."
Try the tiger enclosure next.
The Boss is back next summer in London's Hyde Park for the Hard Rock Calling festival ? and tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10am.
With Glastonbury off you could do a lot worse than seeing Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band on July 14. They previously headlined at the event in 2009.
HANSON would still struggle to get served in most pubs. Which might be why the US band are launching their own ale.
After speaking at the Oxford University Union, Zac said: "We are going to sell our own beer ? I'm not joking ? MMMHop IPA." Can't see old blokes in Wetherspoons drinking that.
Adam Sandler missed the Deadmau5 and TEED gig in London on Monday night. The actor turned up for the Nokia Lumia Live barge to find it had sailed down the Thames. He had to catch the concert and show ? which saw London's Millbank Tower spectacularly lit up ? from the riverbank.
David Bowie has denied claims he has agreed to let his songs be used for a new show, Heroes: The Musical.
His team said: "There are no negotiations pending for a long-running musical featuring Mr Bowie's music." Just as well ? a jazz hands-style Life On Mars would be awful.
The new Batman film is working out quite pricey. The Dark Knight Rises has so far cost $283million to make and could break through the $300million mark once the editing process begins. The MoT and service for the Batmobile must have contributed highly to that figure.
Pity the poor runners helping out on the TOWIE Christmas single video shoot. They had to leg it down to Boots four times as they shot the Last Christmas promo to get items including 25 cans of hairspray, ten red lipsticks and a truckload of fake tan. And that was just for the blokes.
Boy George liked singing with Kate Moss but won't be asking the clothes horse to record with him after their charity bash link-up. He said: "It was good to duet with Kate. I'm not sure about her being on one of our records. I think we've got to concentrate on what we're doing."
WAYNE Rooney has taken a mini-break from Twitter.
The striker hasn't been banned by boss Alex Ferguson ? he's just forgotten his password.
Wayne said: "I changed my phone over and forgot the password. I'm waiting for a new one back." The star says the networking site gives him a chance to show he's as normal as his fans ? as seen in his rants about X Factor contestants.
Love Actually star Bill NIghy has revealed a passion for socks. The actor says mid-calf dark blue ones are his favourites.
He said: "I sometimes buy six packs at a time. You just go 'crack!' each morning and get the tissue paper out. It's a thrill." Sounds like a magic moment.
Aussie blokes will be queuing up to give Kylie Minogue a ride in their Utes. The singer gave her car away in a last-minute donation to an NSPCC auction.
She was handed the motor by Lexus after being named the new face of the car firm. Shows what she thought of it.
Tinie Tempah released a song yesterday featuring Wretch 32 and US rapper J. Cole.
The track, Like It Or Love It, is taken from his forthcoming mixtape Happy Birthday.
It features the line: "Always round peas, like some lentils." Sounds like he's turned veggie.
It's no wonder Jeddie J's album Who You Are has been reissued in a deluxe version with extra tracks.
The Essex girl's record has just been confirmed as the biggest selling debut album of 2011.
Not bad considering no one knew who she was just over a year ago.
Lana Del Rey is getting a lot of love at the moment.
To Kill A King are the latest band to pay tribute to the pouting singer. The lads did a brilliant job covering Video Games in their set at London's Notting Hill Arts Club on Sunday.
They've got a residency there in January. Get down to hear it.
Wire star Idris Elba DJs under pseudonyms Driis or 7 Wallace.
He said: "When you have a bunch of film fans show up to a gig they want to take pictures and stare. They have no appreciation."
He added: "Smaller rooms with just enough people to work. That's my forte."
The new Twilight movie took ?46million globally on its opening last Friday and ?181million over the weekend.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 more than doubled its ?70million budget.
Its huge success might even make moody star Kristen Stewart raise a smile.
The worst thing to see at breakfast time? Jedward nipping Kerry Katona's backside. I witnessed the eye-watering moment before ITV's This Morning yesterday. John and Edward asked me to plug new single Wow Oh Wow ? I had to because they started Sellotaping themselves to my car.
One Direction will be licking their wounds.
After being neck and neck with her all week, the lads were pipped to the post by Rihanna in the UK singles chart ? and at the last minute by Flo Rida as well. Michael Buble kept the competition at bay, claiming the album crown over JLS and Snow Patrol.
Katy B has set her sights on Hollywood and isn't afraid to put her hand in her pocket to get there. The singer bid ?5,000 for a part as an extra in the as yet untitled Nina Simone biopic starring Mary J Blige, shooting in LA. Perhaps she hopes she'll get to upgrade her role and it'll be the start of something big.