CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPMarch 12, 2014
Kim Cattrall is "totally insecure".
The 'Sex and the City' actress - who split from chef Alan Wyse last July after five years together - insists she isn't confident enough to approach men herself and can't understand how other women do it.
John Mayer thinks his twitter account is a substitute relationship.
The 'Gravity' hitmaker - who was rumored to have been dumped by actress Jennifer Aniston because of his obsession with the social networking website - admits interacting with other users of the micro-blogging site can be as satisfying as going on a date.
Mel C uses Victoria Beckham to get tables in restaurants.
The singer admits her fame is not as big as her former Spice Girls bandmate and says she is not afraid to invent meetings with the fashion designer in order to get what she wants.
Natasha McElhone is glad she's always looked "old" because it means there's less pressure on her to maintain her appearance.
The 'Californication' actress doesn't feel the need to use Botox or have cosmetic surgery as she has never been asked to play youthful roles.
Mark Wahlberg hates soccer and dislikes David Beckham for moving to Hollywood.
'The Lovely Bones' actor lives on the same road as the English soccer ace, and said the neighbourhood has been disrupted since he moved to Los Angeles with his family, wife Victoria and three boys - Brooklyn, 10, Romeo, seven and Cruz, four - in 2007.
Sigourney Weaver was too shy for Hollywood.
The 60-year-old actress - who stars as Dr. Grace Augustine in the new 3-D animated blockbuster 'Avatar' - still feels uncomfortable in the film industry but refuses to let her feelings get in the way of her career.
Sandra Bullock says her mother's death has made her appreciate life.
The 'Proposal' actress was devastated when her beloved mum died in 2000 and while she still struggles to come to terms with her loss, it made her realize how precious life can be.
Cameron Diaz hates the attention she gets for being famous.
The actress insists she accepts people will always be interested in her life while she is in the public eye, but thinks photographers have become more aggressive in their pursuit of her since she first shot to fame in 'The Mask' in 1994.