CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPMay 22, 2013
Kate Nash "needs to learn some manners." According to her former producer Paul Epworth, he won't be working with the 20-year-old because she is "indulgent."
Epworth had worked with the "Foundations" singer on her debut album "Made of Bricks." He insists that he would not collaborate with her again.
Queer Eye For The Straight Guy's style guru Carson Kressley has some fashion advice for Britney Spears. The fashion stylist and designer says he wants to extend his makeover skills to the pop princess, who looks in need of some "sensible clothes."
Kressley, 38, said, "I'd start by getting some underwear, okay? Then I'd give her a big hug and we'd all go shopping for some sensible clothes."
Ellen DeGeneres became teary-eyed during an episode of her daytime talk show when comedienne Jenny McCarthy told her about her autistic son.
McCarthy, 35, told the host she was taken back when one day her 5-year-old son Evan likened himself to "Finding Nemo" character Dory, an animated fish with a short-term memory loss DeGeneres gave voice to.
Duffy thinks troubled stars like Britney Spears and Amy Winehouse are good role models.
The 'Mercy' singer believes it is healthy for fans to see their idols' flaws because it shows everybody has problems in their lives.
Dame Helen Mirren thinks prostitution should be legalized.
'The Queen' actress - who recently finished filming new movie 'Love Ranch', which tells the story of the first brothel - says sex trafficking would be reduced if women were allowed to charge for sex.
David Beckham's mother was furious when she saw pictures of her son modeling in his underwear.
The soccer star has confessed he was really nervous about baring all in the raunchy advertising campaign for Emporio Armani, but was most worried about how his mom Sandra would react.
Mariah Carey has infuriated radio bosses when she canceled all her radio stations interview because she's "not a morning person."
The "Touch My Body" singer, who had recently admitted loving being called a "diva," has lived up to her title when after demanding a lot of things for her scheduled interview and then canceling her appearance.
Britney Spears seemed to be in a jovial mood as she went shopping for little sister Jamie Lynn's birthday presents. The pop star stopped by the corporate offices of Ed Hardy with her mom Lynne Thursday to buy her pregnant sister gifts. Jamie Lynn turns 17 Friday, April 4.
According to the store's rep Nicole Irving, the "Toxic" singer was "in good spirits" during the whole trip. She stopped in the afternoon to visit designer Christian Audigier and viewed his spring collection.