CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPDecember 9, 2013
Lily Allen feels like a "caged animal." The 23-year-old singer says the paparazzi make her feel trapped and sometimes she dreads going out.
Lily said: "Sometimes it makes you feel like a caged animal, being followed by 20 men with cameras all day. The second I walk out the door, it's like that."
Rod Stewart is moving back to the U.K. as he thinks it is a "safer place" for his young son. The 64-year-old Scottish rocker and his wife Penny Lancaster are returning to the U.K. from Los Angeles to enroll their three-year-old son Alastair at a top private school.
The couple - currently trying for their second child together - are believed to be moving to prevent any chance of Alastair "going off the rails" in the U.S.
Hugh Hefner is selling his house. The Playboy magazine founder is reportedly putting the $27 million five-bedroom property - which is next-door to the Playboy Mansion, home of his legendary wild parties - on the market.
The privately-gated property - which was built in 1929 and bought by the media mogul in 1998 - is set across 2.3 acres and boasts seven bathrooms, a pool and is adjacent to the Los Angeles Country Club.
Naomi Campbell is set to star in a Bollywood movie. The British supermodel wowed casting directors during her appearance at the Fashion For Relief fundraiser in Mumbai last week and is now planning to return to India to audition for her first major film role.
A source said: "Naomi had never modeled in India before but she loved every minute."
Madonna is expected to leave Malawi with her new daughter on Monday. The 50-year-old singer arrived in the African nation Sunday with her children Lourdes, 12, Rocco, 8, and David, 3, who was also adopted from Malawi.
She is due in court in the nation's capital Lilongwe today to sign the final papers to adopt four-year-old orphan Mercy James.
Hayden Panettiere wants four children. The 19-year-old "Heroes" star - who recently ended her relationship with her 31-year-old co-star Milo Ventimiglia - says her biggest ambition is to be a parent and she dreams of having a large family.
She told Britain's In Style magazine: "I always said I want four kids - I love kids. I would love to be a mother and to have a family - for Italians, it's the most important thing you can have."
Tori Spelling has no contact with her mother. The "Beverly Hills, 90210" actress, who has two children Liam and Stella with husband Dean McDermott, hasn't spoken to her mother Candy for months and has never introduced her to her nine-month-old daughter Stella.
In new book "Stories From Candyland," Candy, 63, writes: "I don't see Tori and Dean anymore. I used to see Liam, but no longer. And I've never met Stella."
Robert Pattinson doesn't smell. The actor has scoffed at claims he's been upsetting the cast and crew on the set of new movie "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" by not showering, and insists his personal hygiene is exemplary.
When asked about the rumors, Pattinson said: "I do shower! And besides I haven't even been on the set yet!"