Bolton-born Lady Showbiz, aka Karen Walters, casts an eye over this week's celebrity news. An entrepreneur, she has worked in entertainment for more than 12 years and is also a presenter on Bolton FM, as well as patron to Bolton Hospice and on the board of Boot Out Breast Cancer​

What a showbizzy week — the prestigious 58th Grammy's on Monday and Baftas on Sunday. 

Among the winners Taylor Swift’s 1989 which won the award for Best Pop Vocal Album. 

During her acceptance speech she made an obvious swipe at Kanye West as her ‘detractor’ — “I want to thank the fans for the last ten years,” she declared.

“As the first woman to win album of the year twice, there are going to be people along the way who try to undercut your success, or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame". OUCH! 

The biggest winner on the night though, scooping FIVE awards was Kendrick Lamar, including Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for ‘Alright’, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for ‘These Walls’ and Best Rap Album for To Pimp a Butterfly.

Ed Sheeran, one of the nicest guys in showbiz, won Song of the Year for ‘Thinking Out Loud’.

Adele, panned for her vocals being pitchy (musician and production timing being the cause) a 'true professional' though she carried on. 

Lady Gaga was hugely praised for her David Bowie tribute — makes a change from talking about her outfit!

The BAFTAs saw Leonardo DiCaprio finally win an award for Best Actor, in his gripping portrayal of survivalist Hugh Glass in The Revenant. The 41-year-old collected the prestigious award at London’s Royal Opera House on Sunday — and credit his mum Irmelin in a moving speech.

Catching up with 2014 Britain's Got Talent winners — Collabro — this week, they revealed there is 'no album anytime soon as they want to take their time', ‘we are really looking forward to meeting fans' and this tour will be more 'theatrical'. 

Still signed to Syco, they also revealed not seeing much of Simon (Cowell) since Eric has arrived... Guessing he's pre-occupied dealing with the 'terrible twos'. 

So busy and commuting back and forth to London is always great (always better to get back home) ... very excited to share with you the buzz surrounding a 'Brit Pack' of talent, an exclusive club (some Northern too).

'Marker and Marker' have brought together — award winning directors, producers, writers and actors who are working on a number of projects in 2016. Watch this space, I promise to keep you updated...