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​

So Madonna the Queen of Pop (arguably after Adele) seemingly rules again as Alistair MacDonald states that custody of teenage son Rocco, with actor Guy Richie, is halted in UK courts and will solely be dealt with on home ground, in the US.

The QC made a plea to the high profile celebrity couple to resolve their very 'public' differences - for the sake of son Rocco, saying: "I renew one final time, my plea for the parents to seek and to find an amicable resolution to the dispute between them".

Let's just forget for a minute that Madge and Guy are 'celebs' -  they are a couple who are divorced with a family. 

Rocco left his mum in December to go and stay with Dad as agreed - and has now ‘refused to go home’. 

It is so easy to make judgements, celebrity or not  she is his mum, and no wonder she is feeling 'bereft' – she expected her boy to return home as per after his visit.

The judge has scheduled a tentative hearing for June 1st - hopefully, they can resolve their issues for Rocco's sake, and their own. I, for one, know how ‘difficult’ it can be after a divorce, no matter how amicable you want things to be!

70 and Sassy! Dolly Parton is casting the leading lady for her film Jolene. The 1973 hit track was based on a redhead who flirted with her husband Carl Dean.

"I'm a girl of many colours and my stories are my stories, there will be some redeeming qualities but this is about Jolene stealing the husband", says Dolly. Holy moly - Dolly's NOT holding back on the 'trashy adulteress'.

Never one to say no to Champers, or good food - quaffing and indulging tastes so much better when raising ‘vital funds’ for charity!

Attending an event for Beechwood Cancer Care, Stockport, the amazing work the people do, raising money and not a dry eye in the room as cancer 'survivors' strut their stuff in the fashion show, tissues-a-plenty - so emotional, humbling and very inspiring!

Singer-songwriter, Jordan Adams, joined me on Sunday Lounge, Bolton FM, to discuss his 'Live Lounge Tour', while enjoyable - a trapped nerve in my shoulder caused me SO much pain, I could barely breathe let alone chat.