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Capital takes a look at some of the most memorable occasions when pop singers and celebs mix it up with Hollywood's finest on the big and small screens.
In December 2015 the Geordie hunk got to shoot a small cameo for the Australian soap and it’s been confirmed he’ll return to Neighbours later on in 2016 for ANOTHER stint, after impressing bosses! Go Scotty! Picture: Instagram
We're SO excited for Biebs' role in Ben Stiller's long-awaited sequel after seeing him mix things up in the trailer. From crying to taking pouting selfies - it looks like there'll be a LOT of fun to be had from Justin's role in the comedy.
Ice Cube released exclusive footage of the next instalment of comedy action in the Barbershop series. This time around Nicki Minaj joins the cast as the sassy beauty shop hairdresser Draya. (Picture: YouTube / Ice Cube)
The UK supermodel features in a small role in the upcoming original story for popular fiction character Peter Pan, playing a VERY beautiful mermaid!
Vin Diesel recently spilled the news that 'Fancy' superstar Iggy will be popping up in the next Fast & Furious film, and we can't WAIT to see what kind of acting chops she has on her.
When Rita Ora was cast as Christian Grey's sister Mia in the highly-anticipated (and very saucy) Fifty Shades of Grey, people were a tad confused. But after catching a tiny glimpse of Rita in the first official trailer, we think she's going to make a great addition to the franchise!
She's no stranger to the big screen, but Rihanna's next foray into Hollywood is an animated one. Landing herself the lead role of Tip, RiRi will be in pretty great company with the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Steve Martin and Jim Parsons all lending their voices to the movie too.
Fans have been waiting for a follow up to the first Sin City film for almost a decade, but considering Lady Gaga has been given a special cameo, we reckon all we be forgiven. Gaga appears in the trailer for the film alongside Joseph-Gordon Levitt as a sassy waitress, and seeing how incredible she looks in black and white, we hope her cameo is a LONG one!
The Maroon 5 frontman plays the ex-boyfriend of Keira Knightley in the new romantic musical comedy. He also looks to have grown one killer beard!
Taylor is set to make her big screen debut in the science-fiction flick and looks almost unrecognisable with her brunette locks. The film also stars Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges and Katie Holmes.
Cee Lo is seen alongside Mark Ruffalo and Keira in the same movie. During the trailer for the flick, he's seen offering some advice in the form of lyrics to the British actress.
The 'Applause' singer makes her Hollywood debut in this Robert Rodriguez-directed project, as a dangerous assasin called Chameleon! The US star even managed to get new album song 'Aura' onto the film's recent trailer!
Rihanna made a big impact in 2011 capitalising on the huge success of her fifth album 'Loud' by launching straight into new album 'Talk That Talk' and topping charts across the world with her Calvin Harris collaboration 'We Found Love'. RiRi has now set her sights firmly on Hollywood and audiences will be treated to her first big screen appearance this summer in big budget sci-fi Battleship. The 'You Da One' singer plays weapons specialist Officer Raikes and Rihanna has promised her character is a real badass. Check out the size of that gun for starters!
The Black Eyed Peas man plays a teleporter and one of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine's allies in the clip. He might not get much on-screen time in the flick, but as with anything Will, it's always cool and very memorable.
The 'R.I.P.' singer plays the head race girl in London and starts a battle between Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez after welcoming them to the capital. The role was initially tipped to go to Bajan star Rihanna before Rita was confirmed for the position in the latest sequel to the franchise.
The rapper is involved in one of the funniest scenes of the Adam Sandler movie when he launches a huge tirade at Ray Romano questing does everybody really love Raymond?
The third installment of the Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones films saw the former Pussycat Doll turning bad as she played the part of Lilly Poison - a sidekick to Jemaine Clement's Boris.
Credited with his full name, Usher Raymond made his own Hollywood debut way back in 1998 in popular sci-fi high school horror The Faculty. The 'Yeah' singer played the supporting role of alien-possessed football player Gabe Santora opposite a cast of up-and-coming young actors including Josh Hartnett, Elijah Wood and Jordana Brewster. Picture: Photoshot
Justin Timberlake arguably stole the show in Aaron Sorkin's 2010 drama about the formation of Facebook with his interpretation of charismatic Napster founder Sean Parker. While JT had already appeared on screen before the film, most notable in 2006 crime drama Alpha Dog as well as the Shrek franchise, it was The Social Network which established him as a potential leading man and since its release the 'SexyBack' singer has gone on to star in huge hits like Bad Teacher, Friends With Benefits and, most recently, sci-fi thriller In Time.
Beyonce's movie career had been limited to successful appearances in comedies like The Pink Panther and Austin Powers In Goldmember before she joined Jennifer Hudson, Eddie Murphy and Jamie Foxx in Dream Girls. The 'Love On Top' singer's performance of Deena Jones earned her high praise and, although it was Jennifer who walked away with an Academy Award, it showed fans Beyonce could act just as well as she could sing. Picture: Photoshot
Cheryl cameoed in the rom-com What To Expect When You're Expecting. The '3 Word's singer filmed her appearance in 2011, during her short stint on The X Factor USA, and portrays a reality show judge, sharing scenes with fellow pop star Jennifer Lopez. Picture: Lionsgate
Eminem gave a surprisingly solid performance as struggling rapper B-Rabbit in this 2002 drama considering the Curtis Hanson-directed flick was Marshall Mathers' official Hollywood debut. More importantly the film gave us Eminem's timeless hit single 'Lose Yourself', which went on to receive five Grammy Awards nominations as well as an Academy Award.
After returning to the airwaves with third album 'Britney', the 'Toxic' singer turned on her acting chops to make her Hollywood debut in road trip drama Crossroads. The film saw Britney star opposite fellow singer Taryn Manning and future Avatar actress Zoe Saldana as well as surprise bit parts from the likes of Justin Long and Sex And The City Star Kim Cattrall.
J-Lo was no stranger to the big screen back in 2002, having already starred in big hits like Anaconda, The Cell and The Wedding Planner. However fresh from her success with third album 'This Is Me...Then', which spawned huge hits like 'Jenny From The Block', Maid In Manhattan cemented her status as a leading lady. The film starred Jennifer as a struggling single mother who falls in love with a patron at the hotel she works in, played by a dashing Ralph Fiennes. Look out for future Teen Wolf hunk Tyler Posey starring as Jennifer's adorable 10 year-old matchmaking son!
'Beautiful' singer Christina tried her own hand at the Hollywood game in 2010 when she joined pop legend Cher on screen for the musical film Burlesque. The Voice US coach took on the role of aspiring burlesque performer Ali Rose opposite an impressive cast including Gossip Girl actress Kristen Bell, The O.C. star Cam Gigandet and Grey's Anatomy actor Eric Dane. Picture: Photoshot
Madonna joined Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Pryce in 1996 for their biographical drama Evita. The 'Music' singer took on the now iconic role of Argentinian first lady Eva Peron and gave an emotional performance of Evita's eventful life and tragic early death. Madonna notably picked up a Golden Globe award for Best Actress for her role in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.
'Hero' singer Mariah gave a powerful performance in Lee Daniels' 2009 drama Precious. The 'My All' star portrayed well-meaning social worker Miss Weiss in the affecting drama, about the issues and abuse faced by a 16 year-old pregnant teenager, played by Gabourey Sidibe, while growing up in Harlem, New York City. Picture: Photoshot
Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges followed up a supporting role in 2 Fast 2 Furious with an important part in the 2004 Academy Award winning drama Crash. The 'Act A Fool' rapper played carjacker Anthony and features heavily in the Best Film winning movie, which featured an ensemble cast including Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser, Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle and Ryan Philippe. Picture: Photoshot
Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys made her big screen debut in the 2008 crime thriller Smokin' Aces. 'No One' signer Alicia played a Mafia hitwoman called Georgia Sykes who is hired to abduct and kill Jeremy Piven's wannabe gangster Buddy "Aces" Israel. Picture: Photoshot
Fergie took a break touring the world with her Black Eyed Peas band mates in 2009 to join Chicago director Rob Marshall's latest offering Nine. The 'I Gotta Feeling' singer portrayed a character called Saraghina in the musical film opposite an ensemble cast boasting Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman and even Judi Dench. Picture: Photoshot