CELEBRITY NEWS & GOSSIPMarch 7, 2014
Joely Richardson went into "autopilot" after her sister Natasha Richardson died.
The British actress -who lost her beloved sibling earlier this year after a skiing accident in Quebec, Canada -threw herself into her work to help her cope with Natasha's passing but found it difficult because of some uncanny resemblances between her personal life and career.
Uma Thurman is single again.
The 'Kill Bill' star and multimillionaire hotelier Arpad Busson have reportedly ended their year-long engagement following a row over money.
Shakira took to the stage at Oxford University yesterday (07.12.09) to discuss world politics.
In her speech to the Oxford Union, the singer, who was born and raised in Columbia, said she believed education was the key to breaking poverty.
Mickey Rourke has got engaged.
The former hellraiser, 57, reportedly proposed to 24-year-old Russian model Elena Kuletskaya last week and the smitten couple plan to marry next year in her home country.
Zoe Saldana thinks stunts are sexy.
The 'Avatar' actress is inspired by Angelina Jolie and Jessica Biel and loves getting to grips with the action scenes in her movies.
Colin Firth thinks there are a lot of secretly gay actors in Hollywood.
The British star - who recently portrayed homosexual college professor George Falconer in 60s-set film 'A Single Man' - believes the movie industry if full of male actors who are nervous about coming out in case it jeopardizes their careers.
Lindsay Lohan is trying to "better herself" by going to India.
The 'Mean Girls' actress wants to remove herself from her partying lifestyle in Los Angeles and is teaming up with the BBC to make a documentary about the trafficking of women and children in the country.
David Gest has blamed Michael Jackson for making him have "stupid" plastic surgery.
The 56-year-old TV star -who has had two facelifts and a nose realignment operation -regrets his decision to go under the knife after much persuasion from the late pop star, who was himself famed for the way his appearance altered throughout his career. He told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "I had surgery when I was very young and it was the stupidest thing I've ever done. Michael Jackson kept saying, 'You should have plastic surgery'. I got my nose done and he said, 'Do more, do more'. It was stupid.